Thursday, September 30, 2010

Author Interview - Phyllis Q Glisson - Romance Author

      Come join us on location at the Last Resort Cafe as we talk with romance author, PQ Glisson, over coffee and enjoy the mountain views here in Arizona!

Deanna:  Welcome Phyllis! I'm glad our readers can get to know you a little better after today. Your novel, Her Sanctuary, sounds like a beautiful story but before we get to that, tell us a bit about yourself that our readers might not know.

Phyllis:  Something that my readers may not know is that when I was young, I was in a Christian Ensemble that traveled all over the United States. I sang first soprano and every now and then I would sing a solo. It was a very happy period in my young life. I will treasure the memories always.

Deanna:  What happened that made you want to become a writer?

Phyllis:  I was laid off in 2008 due to the softening of the housing market. I wanted to work again but a job was hard to come by. I had always worked so when I found myself with nothing to do, I took up painting pictures, even making some money at it. After about a year of painting, I ran out of inspiration so I was taking a break. One day my daughter was over at the house and we were brainstorming ideas for stories and I suddenly came up with this idea. We talked about co-writing it together but she had some personal issues and couldn’t continue so I proceeded alone. I just started writing it and the words flowed onto the page. Sometimes I couldn’t type fast enough.

Deanna:  I do understand that aspect of writing and it feels good when that  flow happens for us! Writing under a pen name gives the author a bit more privacy which is the reason many use a pen name. Do you write under a pen name?

Phyllis:  Yes. I decided to go with the initials to my first name and maiden name, but keep my married name. Like P.C. Cast, J.K. Rowling, now P.Q. Glisson. It just felt right, you know?

Deanna:  As you create your characters, is there a certain type of character that is easier to write than another? 

Phyllis:  Of course it’s easier to write from the woman’s point of view than the man’s. When I’m switching from male to female, I have to keep the woman feminine and the man strong, masculine. But mostly it was relatively easy.

Deanna:  Do you read in the same genre that you write in?

Phyllis:  No. I read anything though I’m not much into Science Fiction Fantasy and Non-Fiction. Sorry, just never been a big fan, but I love romance, mystery, suspense, paranormal, fantasy, young adult, adult, erotica, contemporary….like I said, just about anything as long as the story is good and keeps my attention.

Deanna: How did you come up with the characters in your book? Did you base them on characters in real life or from other stories you’ve read?

Phyllis:  I based Seth Proudfoot’s character very loosely on an older more mature version of Jacob Black from Twilight. I’ve always had a fascination with Native Americans and their rich heritage. I couldn’t think of anything sexier than a tall dark and handsome Native American with piercing blue eyes and long silky black hair. Add a little damage spirit and it makes me want to be the one to bring him back to life.
      Shannon’s character was very, very loosely based on me. She has strawberry blond hair, sun kissed skin and a womanly body, and so do I. Her body is a little bit better than mine has ever been. Her eyes are turquoise where as mine are very light blue. As far as her past goes, sorry, I’ve lead a pretty boring life compared to Shannon. I wanted to create a character who, though she has been through Hell on Earth, still manages to keep a sense of innocence about her. She’s good to the core and everyone she encounters is touched by her goodness. When she meets Seth and learns of his torturous past, she can’t help but be drawn to him. Only she could heal the wounds so deeply gouged into his heart. Only she could bring him from the edge of despair.

Deanna: Can you tell us a bit about Her Sanctuary?

Phyllis:  Shannon Mallory was a woman on the run….not from outside forces but from her own wounded heart. When she pulled up into the parking lot of The Last Resort CafĂ©, in the town of Sanctuary, little did she know she would find the one thing she never even knew she was searching for….true love.
      Seth Proudfoot wasn’t looking for anything, except an end to his miserable existence. Accused of a crime he couldn’t remember committing, he was ostracized by a town that, ironically, bore the name of the one thing he could never find….Sanctuary.
      When the two meet, neither can ignore the magnetic pull between them, but will Shannon allow her damaged spirit to trust a man…a man who may have murdered his own family?
      Though Shannon is the most beautiful woman he has ever seen, it is her spirit that breaks down the iron-clad shield around his heart. Their desire burns hotter than the Arizona desert, threatening to melt the very mountains that loom like silent Gods above their heads. But can their love survive a betrayal that could very well cost them both their lives?

Deanna:  That is enough to pique my interest! This is going to be another great love story to add to my TBR list! Do you have any other books you’re working on presently?

Phyllis:  Yes, I’m working on two books and I have outlines for four more so I’m going to be busy for at least a few more years.

Deanna: Are the other books in the same genre as Her Sanctuary?

Phyllis:  No, I’m writing a young adult romance/mystery fantasy and the other is a historical romance set in pre-civil war. I even have an outline for a contemporary romantic comedy that would make a great movie.

Deanna: Where can our readers find your books?

Phyllis:  Her Sanctuary is available at, Barnes and, - I also have a blog site for readers to visit and leave comments and I can be found at
Deanna: Is there anything else you’d like to share with our readers?

Phyllis:  I am going to give away a PDF version of my e-book to one lucky commenter so I look forward to reading their comments and any questions they might have. Thank you so much for having me here today. I hope your readers will consider me for their reading pleasure and add my books to their book shelves! I’ve enjoyed being here. Readers, please feel free to ask your questions!

Deanna:  Phyllis, thank you for sharing with us. I’m sure they will be happy to check out your book and chat with you a bit now that they know you’ll be around.

Wednesday, September 29, 2010

September Contest

      I'm so glad you're checking my blog site for interesting information. I hope you found it. While you're here, don't forget to enter my September contest which ends Thursday! I giveaway two gift cards a month so make sure you also enter my October contest on Friday! To enter, just send an email with 'contest' in the subject line to  That's all you have to do to enter!

      In addition to the gift cards, my first place winner also receives one of my tee shirts and a goody bag filled with book marks and post cards from my author friends. Many of them are listed on my main website if you check out the link to my author friends. There are so many wonderful stories waiting to be read out there.

      When you enter contests, do you prefer gift cards or a signed copy of the author's book?

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Author Interview - George Hudson - Urban Fiction

Thank you for joining us today! We're on location in the offices of G Street Chronicles with author George Sherman Hudson.

George was born and raised in Atlanta Ga. After being continuously rejected by different publishers because of the subject matter contained in the books he wrote while serving time, this father of two did some research and started G Street Chronicles, the urban book publishing company that's run by him with the help of his COO and fiancé Erica Jones.

While George is continuously working hard to make G Street Chronicles a recognized name in the literary industry, he's also working hard on his highly anticipated 'REAL' series. George has authored five books and his debut book, Drama, is in stores now. Having published more than ten titles in the first year of business, George is determined to make G Street Chronicles an urban lit powerhouse.

Deanna: George, I visited your website and was impressed with the layout. Congratulations on the site and especially for starting your own company. Tell us a bit about yourself that our readers might not know?

George:  My name is George Sherman Hudson and I started my writing career and my company, G Street Chronicles, while in prison.

Deanna: What made you want to become a writer?

George:  I had a lot of interesting stories that I really wanted to share with the world.

Deanna: Do you write under a pen name?

George:  No, I write under my birth name.

Deanna: As authors, we love all of our characters. Is there a certain type of character that is easier to write than another?

George:  I can write about the "ladies man"  easier because it's so close to my own character.

Deanna:  Do you read in the same genre that you write in?

George:  Yes

Deanna: Tell us about a typical day in your life as a writer.

George:  My typical day consist of a early morning workout, heading to the office to see what's on the agenda. Contact distributors and bookstores. After handling the days work at the office I head home and spend quality time with the family.

Deanna:  Most of us have pretty vivid imaginations when it comes to story lines. Where do your story ideas come from?

George:  My ideas come from my life experiences and the experiences of people around me.

Deanna: Please tell us a bit about Drama and share an excerpt of your book with us.

George:  The drama just doesn't stop in the lives of Deb, Tammy, and Lisa. Deb, the hard worker and savvy entrepreneur is blessed with a multimillion dollar contract, but has to enjoy the success without the comfort of her man whose fledging music career has him busy from state to state. Tammy has everything a diva could want, a multimillion dollar home, expensive cars, clothes, jewelry, and she thought, love.

Drama is a book a lot like Sex in the City but with black characters; each chapter is told from the point of view of a different character. They take turns telling their side of the story. It has everything - humor, emotions, great characters, and a lot of drama.

Drama excerpt:

     "I want him dead! I don't care where he is!"  Angelo screamed into the phone to his lieutenant.
     "I have a couple of people on the inside that  I'll contact. I'm pretty sure they can handle it,"  Michael told Angelo as he pushed the old model Mercedes Benz through downtown Miami.

     "Good, just let them know we're paying a half million to have him eliminated,"  Angelo said firmly thinking back on the day Real killed his uncle.

     "I will contact them now. I will call you back this evening," Michael replied ending the call.

     Hanging up with Michael, Angelo clicked over and dialed Milo's number.
"Hello?" Milo answered.

     "Milo, I need you to bring over the two hundred fifty thousand for the bounty on Real I have my people making contact to get him taken care of right now. They have located him in a down south Georgia prison," \Angelo said with disdain in his voice not liking the man on the line.

     Milo and Angelo were nephews of two of the richest and deadliest men in the cartel. After Real waged war and killed both of their uncles, they came together to get revenge for the murders. Even though they were working together to get revenge, Angelo still hated Milo with a passion for his renegade ways and arrogance. Both men were sworn in to lead their family after their uncles were murdered.

Deanna: Is there anything else you would like to share with us today?

George:  Never give up!

Deanna: George, where can our readers find your books and your websites?
George:  I’d love to hear from readers as well as those interested in publishing their stories. There is a submission link on the website.

My website:    
The book is available at Amazon and my website.

Deanna: George, thank you for taking the time to be with us. We all wish you luck on your book tour and with your company. Our readers will be anxious to hear about the release of book two from you.

Readers, please feel free to leave comments and questions for George in the comments sections below. Be sure to hop over to his website and check out the books available by the authors of G Street Chronicles!

Saturday, September 25, 2010

Author Interview - Brendy Woody & Steve Tindle

And the winner is:
Robbie from Finland

I must warn you – This interview is a bit different from my norm, just so you know. My guests today are erotic authors, Brenda Woody and Steve Tindle!!

Our virtual location today is IN THE HOT TUB! Yes, we have lots of room so everyone can relax and enjoy...but I'll be a party pooper - bathing suits must remain on for my PG site! LOL! I’ll not be held responsible for anything that happens, and I don’t want to KNOW everything that might happen!  LOL  We also have a wonderful roaming bartender so we don’t have to get out and trickle water everywhere! Sooo, that said, grab your first drink, slip into the tub and let your troubles drift away because today we have two wonderful authors with us, Brenda and Steve, who write as a team. I’ve read some of their work and….whew, it’s already steamy out here! Their first book was released in June and they are hard at work on future releases.

When we’re finished with their interview, please comment at the end with any questions you might have, or comments, and they are going to pull a winner from the comments to win a signed copy of BEST LOVER IN TOWN! Let’s get in and get relaxed!

Deanna: I see you both have your White Russians in hand. I have mine and it’s so smooth, yummy! Tell us a bit about yourselves that our readers might not know.

Steve:  Thank you for having us here today and for having such a great bartender. Tub side service – kind of nice! Brenda and I went to the same high school in Hinesville, Georgia. In 2008, our 30th reunion was coming up and we both started looking online to find old friends. Brenda found me on MySpace; we started writing each other about the reunion and what we were doing. Emails went to chatting, and we finally exchanged cell numbers. We learned we had much in common; we had lived close to each other various times over the years but never knew it. We had both written poems and started writing rhymes to each other.

Brenda: Steve swore he found me on MySpace first until we looked back at the messages. LOL We had classes together and had mutual friends in high school but we never hung out. Although I remember a day after class he was standing in the hall leaning against the wall. I stopped to talk to him and I remember thinking “he has the nicest eyes”. I thought he was shy and didn’t flirt with him; little did I know.
     Together we have seven grown children and four grandchildren.

Deanna: How interesting that after all these years, you’re together again. I love it! What happened that made you want to become writers?

Steve:  Brenda had begun a novel years before she contacted me. She mentioned she had always wanted to be published (a dream I had given up on during college) but she never got the support she needed from anyone. I had her send me her work to review. I made some changes, which she liked, and we fed off each other to complete “Best Lover in Town”. Writing together brought us closer because we had to communicate our past experiences, fantasies, dreams, and desires. We did most of the work on “Best Lover in Town” while Brenda was in Beaverton, Oregon and I was in Plano, Texas. Connecting the computers together via the internet, we edited the work at the same time. By the time Brenda moved to Plano to finish the manuscript, we knew each other better than we did 30 years ago.

Brenda: We both have poetry posted on and I have poetry on The rhymes Steve mentions above; I still have all those emails saved. Maybe one day we will publish a book of poems.

Deanna: Being able to write and edit together is wonderful. Do you write under a pen name?

Steve:  No, we use our real names; although some of our family members would have preferred us to use a pen name. Our publisher wanted me to use my given name of Steven or Stephen to be more sophisticated but we decided our friends might not know who I was.

Deanna: Is there a certain type of character that is easier to write than another?

Steve:  Our characters are all different but easy to write about. Brenda and I discuss how each will react to various situations. Writing as a team we give special insights from both the male and female perspective.

Deanna: That has to be a great help to have a partner you can get instant feedback from. Do you read in the same genre that you write in?

Steve:  I rarely read at all, when I do it’s for information not pleasure.

Brenda: Yes. I am an avid reader. My first hot sizzling romantic novel was “Shanna” by Katherine Woodiwiss. My mom let me read this book at sixteen. I was hooked on romance for many years. As an older adult I started reading mysteries.

Deanna: Woodiwiss is one of my all-time favorites as is her novel ‘Shanna’! What are your future works about?

Steve:  Our publisher wanted to publish a collection of short stories by various authors and asked us to submit one for “Temptation Triggers”. We stopped working on our second novel to focus on the short story. A few months after we submitted, they informed us they liked the story and decided to dedicate the whole anthology to our short stories. We decided to write eleven stories because it is due out in the summer of 2011. We are currently working on number 6. We have notes on nine more novels in various stages.

Deanna:  Wow! I find that so exciting that you two write together. I know of another husband/wife team who write for Blaze. They’re great too! How did you come up with the title of “Best Lover in Town”?

Steve:  We knew the BLT was going to be Janet’s favorite sandwich because its Brenda’s favorite. While my teenage children and I were out eating one evening, we played around with different words to represent B-L-T. We finally came up with “Best Lover in Town” after several iterations.

Brenda: We also joked about my initials becoming B-L-T if Steve & I ever get married. 

Deanna: You two do have a lot of symbolisms together! Where do you get your inspiration?

Steve:  Inspiration comes from many sources. One friend wants us to write about a cowboy; Brenda’s mom wants us to write a mystery. We always keep a note pad handy or a computer with us to write down ideas. Ideas might come from a single line off the TV or a phone conversation with family and friends. Be careful what you say, it might end up in our books. 

Brenda: My mom had always hoped I would write children books. If we do, we will definitely have to use a pseudonym.

Deanna: That might be a good idea, Brenda! LOL How do you determine the character’s names?

Steve:  Nathan in “Best Lover in Town” took some time to decide on. We needed a name that started and ended with the same letter. That’s a special hint for all your readers.
     Patty Melt in “Temptation Triggers” was named for the sandwich I bought Brenda on Valentine’s Day 2010. Not all of our works are based on food names, although Brenda does love BLTs and Patty Melts.
     Some names are based on their profession or on a time period. Buffy couldn’t be used for our 1910 short story.
     We try not to use names of family or friends, but when we do it’s never a reflection of them personally.

Brenda: I think the character names come fairly easy for us. Once we start thinking of a story to write, we are already writing down a name for each character. Their name reflects the person they are.

Deanna: Is everyone having a good time? I’m glad all the tubs are so close. Everyone can hear that way. Steve and Brenda, are there any hidden gems readers should be looking for in your works?

Steve:  We like to add common items in our work so when the reader sees an item we used it will make them think of “Best Lover in Town”. We have been told by readers they will never look at a BLT sandwich the same way. We hope the same holds true for Patty Melt. Maybe we will use Rueben in an upcoming story.

Brenda: Steve likes to use symbolism in our writing. He was surprised when he found out his birthday is 3-5 and mine is 5-3. When reading “Best Lover in Town”, you definitely need to look for symbolisms. 

Deanna: Who are your favorite authors or books to read?

Brenda: My favorite authors are Nora Roberts, Patricia Cornwall, and a new author P. Q. Glisson. My favorite reads are erotic short stories and mysteries (who done it?). I stopped reading romance books along time ago until I bought P. Q. Glisson’s book. However, her book has a twist I hear.

Deanna: What websites do you promote “Best Lover in Town and your future books on?


Deanna: Another round of drinks? This is very nice not having to get out for them, thank you! Do you two have any advice for aspiring authors?

Steve: Write about what you know. If you want to write about something you don’t know, be aware it will take three times the effort to complete. We are currently writing a short story based in 1910. Research for the time period is taking longer than the actual writing of the story. We have to be accurate and true to the time with hair styles, clothing, and what was available to the time, etc.

Brenda: If you have always wanted to write a novel; just do it. Write something everyday. Always take a notepad and pen with you; you never know when an idea will hit you. When you submit your manuscript to publishers, be sure to follow their submission guidelines to the T.

Deanna: Can we post an excerpt for the readers? I have to keep this PG but I think this one will pass.

Steve: Please share the excerpt with everyone, I think they’ll enjoy it and want their own copy so they can finish reading Janet and Nathan’s story.

Best Lover in Town: Excerpt:

     It is turning out to be a beautiful summer day in Peoria, Illinois, as Janet arrives early for work. She loves her new job and co-workers at the Archer Marketing Company. Archer Marketing is a large advertising agency with several offices across the country including New York City and Seattle. Her team is small enough to know each other personally. Janet, her boss Nathan Lovett, who is the top advertising agent, and a few other team members have an afternoon teleconference with the New York office. She wants to be totally prepared to impress her peers.
     Arriving at her desk, she notices she is the first one to show up. She sets up her laptop, reflecting on the past three months at her new position before she gets busy. The office environment is laid back. There is a lot of friendly flirting between the team and Nathan is the most handsome boss she has ever had. She looks out her seventh floor window at the magnificent sun rise. Her view is a mural of the surrounding city. All glass exterior walls allowing the sunlight to fill her office.
     Janet gets busy reviewing the ad campaign. As the rest of the team start to arrive for the busy day ahead, the normal greetings and simple chats resound in the office area. Everyone is having a great morning. Fridays are casual days so the employees are allowed to wear jeans. The entire group is excited as it is a payday weekend; informing the other teammates of their plans. Madison, Janet’s new friend, is especially excited about a party she is planning to attend. She attends many parties, boasting about them to anyone who will listen.
     Nathan arrives a few minutes late and everybody greets him. He had stopped by the bakery to pick up donuts. The team gathers around him. He looks at Janet as she takes a donut from the box. Their eyes meet as they have done so many times before, causing Janet’s heart to melt. This isn’t the first time he has made her knees weak nor would it be the last. She remembers the times they crossed paths in the hallways. Sometimes she would move closer to him so they would touch each other in passing. It was just casual flirting. Nonetheless, he seemed to like it.
     “Are you ready for the big meeting this afternoon?” Nathan  asks, breaking the silence between them.
     “Yes, I was just reviewing the ad this morning,” Janet says cheerfully.
     “Good. I'm sure we will do fine. You've done a great jobpreparing the ad. I know they will love it as much as I do.”
     The office personnel work like a well-oiled machine so the morning passes quickly. Team members come and go as they give Janet new information for the meeting. All of a sudden there is a huge bang in the building. Everyone quits what they are doing, curious to determine the source of the noise. All is quiet for several minutes as they listen. Nathan makes some phone calls. He discovers the problem and explains to the team.
     “Maintenance says one of the building’s air conditioners has failed. They should have it fixed soon. I will keep you posted so let’s get back to work,” Nathan informs them before returning to his office.
     The temperature in the building starts to rise as the sun shines through the windows in addition to no cool air. Team members become uncomfortable as sweat trickles down their bodies. Shirts and blouses become partially unbuttoned to stay cooler.
     Because of the building’s policies, no electric fans are allowed. The normal flirting gets hotter as the temperature goes up. The agitated staff uses flirting as a release from the tension caused by the heat. An hour later, Nathan gives the team an update.
     “I just got an email from maintenance. They said it might take several hours to get the parts for the air conditioner. It might not be fixed until tomorrow. If you aren't attending the afternoon meeting with New York, you are free to work remotely from home for the rest of the day. The rest of us will be leaving after the meeting. See all of you back here on Monday. Have a great weekend.”
     Madison is the first to pack up her laptop. On her way out she stops by Janet’s desk.
     “I will call you sometime on Sunday to tell you about the party. I know you will be working as you always do,” she says.
     “Okay. You have a great time,” Janet says smiling as Madison leaves.
     As excused workers head out the door, the remaining staff adjourns to the conference room. It is hot, causing several shirts to be soaked with sweat. Janet can see Nathan’s chest hair through his shirt which affects her concentration on the conference call. She is hoping he doesn’t notice her staring at him.
     New York generally likes the ad campaign however wants a few changes. With every modification Janet squirms. She feels she has let the team down. Nathan glances at Janet,
noticing her unbuttoned blouse, exposing the top of her bra. He is hoping to see more as she fidgets in her chair. The conference is over in under an hour, though it felt much longer.
     “That went well,” Nathan says as he shuts down his laptop.
     “What do you mean? All the work we put in, now all these changes.” Janet argues.
     “Let me tell you a secret. The first ad campaign I submitted to New York, they tore it apart. I felt like they ripped me a new one. These were minor changes compared to what I had to fix. They like your concept. Moreover, they like you. You have a great future here. I’m glad I hired you; so is my team. Go home, relax; we can pick it up on Monday.”
Janet gathers her things to leave.
* * *

     Arriving at her house, she can’t get the meeting out of her mind. She works for a few hours updating the campaign per the New York request. She stops working to fix herself a BLT. As she turns on the television the phone rings. It is Nathan. He has a brainstorm and wants to come over to finalize the ad for the next meeting with New York. Janet tells him that would be fine, and then reprimands herself for giving in so easily while hanging up the phone. She wishes she had said no to his request this time too. Nathan had asked her out twice; either for dinner or a late night coffee. She had not taken him seriously, thus she declined both times. Janet is not intimated by high powered men; however, the thought of Nathan is overpowering. She doesn’t understand why. Even though she has fantasized about him in bed, she never dreamed he would ask to come to her house. She looked forward to a relaxing evening. “Why do I have to have the best looking boss in town?” she wonders.
     “Well, my supper and the boob tube will have to wait,” she mutters as she puts her BLT in the refrigerator. She remembers what her mother had always said: "Don’t fish off the company's dock.” “Well, going over work won't hurt Momma,” she thinks, waiting in anticipation for his knock at the door.
     Janet hears a car stop in the driveway. She takes one last look in the mirror hanging in the hall. “No makeup, yet my face glows.” She nervously opens the front door. Nathan’s hand is in mid air to knock. His breath is taken away when Janet opens the door. “My god,” he thinks. “She is beautiful.” He knows it is going to be hard to keep his mind on business.
     He was glad to have won her over from his competing company after hearing how good she was at her past job. Since hiring her, he felt she must have been ready for a change. So far she hadn't openly expressed why she was eager to leave her other job. Nathan has a suspicion that Janet’s ex-boss was very controlling and verbally abusive.      “I’m delighted she accepted the position because now I have the best advertising assistant in town,” he thinks.
     Janet invites Nathan in. While giving him a tour of her house, his first thought is “organization” just like her desk at work. The earthy decor suits her.
     "Well, let’s get started," Nathan says, clearing his throat to cover his nervousness.
     “Why am I feeling like a kid in high school?” he thinks.
     Janet cleans off the dining room table so they can lay out the ad. They stand a few inches apart viewing the large prints, aware of the nearness of each others body. Nathan again clears his throat. Janet leans over the table. Nathan has a nice view of her backside. “Nice long legs.”
     She is conscious of his eyes moving over her body. This makes her nervous as a little grin forms on her lips. "This one," she decides as she picks up the print to hand it to him.
     Their fingers briefly touch. The touch is like fire searing up each of their arms. Janet is the first to avert her eyes while clearing her throat. Nathan raises an eyebrow. “She is just as nervous as I am.”
     “Would you like something to drink?”
     "Just a beer if it’s not too inconvenient." Nathan watches Janet walk away into the kitchen. He considers what it would be like to run his hands down her body while kissing her. “Okay, keep your mind on work.”
     Janet returns with two bottles of beer.
     “Ah, someone knows their beer.” He takes the chilled dark brew from her hand. Again their fingers touch, this time they linger a few extra seconds.
     "I think what our client is looking for is a worldly attitude," Janet says to break the silence.
     She turns toward the table in thought. Nathan can see her long neck as her head is arched back. He imagines the roundness of her breasts underneath her t-shirt. Nathan steps closer not realizing that if Janet turns around she would be against his chest. Janet can feel his breath on her hair.
     "Janet, I want you to know, I…" He stops.
     Nathan cannot help himself any longer.
     He whispers in her hair. "I want you."
     Janet is surprised to hear these words from Nathan. Her mind starts playing games with her. “He’s my boss. He’s 10 years younger than me. Why does he want me when he could have anyone he chooses? But oh man, he would feel so good right now!” She could feel her own wetness building up inside. Her body is ready yet her mind won’t yield to her desire for pleasure.
     All Janet’s life she has wanted to find the perfect mate to explore the magic of sex. She is well read. However, she has never acted on her desires thinking there is not a man willing to teach her. Does Nathan possess the passion she is craving? Will a younger man have the knowledge she needs to drain? Will Nathan be willing to act out all Janet’s fantasies? Janet’s mind is finally getting in sync with her body as her sweet wetness is now moistening her jeans.
     As Janet regains her thoughts, she deliberately leans her body into Nathan’s. She wants him to hold her close as he kisses her hair. The thought of Nathan touching her excites her. She wonders how he will react to her being so bold. Her pulse is racing. She feels his breath on her hair. She has already passed the stopping point whole heartedly giving into her body’s desires.

Deanna: Whew….um, ok…..I know all of you want your own copy now so you can finish that scene and many more. Be sure to visit their websites above and get your copy. Brenda, Steve, I’ve had way too much fun today and hate it to end. You’ll stick around for questions and comments, I hope. The bartender will be with us until we are finished here.

Brenda: We’ll be here to answer their questions and continue to party with them. Thank you so much for having us today. *waving her empty glass at the bartender*

Steve: Deanna, we’ve enjoyed meeting your readers too! I can’t wait to chat with them! Don't forget, we're giving away a signed copy of BLT to one commenter Sunday night!