Victorian Erotica
Posted by | August 11, 2017
Victorian Erotica in Film and Literature

  Believe the Victorians uptight all you want, but they invented the first recreational spanking machine, the vibrator, and erotic film. Don't ask me how I came across Victorian erotica...

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Posted by | July 13, 2017
Sustainable publishing

For a few years now, my husband and I have been micro-farmers. Our philosophy is to live sustainably, and to leave our farm ecosystem in a better shape than we've...

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Posted by | July 9, 2017
Book Club

UPDATE: Our Book Club is moving to a new location: Did you know that more than half of what I share with my Book Club is free & public? Right now,...

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Posted by | January 18, 2017
Attack of the cuties

The number of our farm inhabitants grew a bit. And now we have a cuteness infestation problem. The horror!

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Posted by | January 17, 2017
Anna Kronberg Book 5

  You guys and gals keep asking me when the heck I'll publish the next Anna Kronberg book. So there! Here's the beginning of Silent Witnesses, a project supported by the lovely...

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Posted by | December 3, 2016
And the winner is…

Sora Reyes, with 166 entries (holy shit!)

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Posted by | November 29, 2016
Olivia & Sévère are back!

Coroner Sévère has it all: a beautiful young wife, money, influence…and secrets. Not only is a disease slowly crippling him, but his wife, Olivia, is a former prostitute who once...

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Posted by | November 22, 2016
Your Duty to Revolt

If you've been lucky enough to grow up in a democracy, you might believe it’s granted to you no matter what. But nothing can be farther from the truth. Democracy is...

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Posted by | November 15, 2016
To Art or not to Art

It's one of those days I feel out of words. I'm not sure if I should write with empathy or distain. Empathy for the individual who makes the wrong decisions in the hope his life...

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Posted by | November 10, 2016
How To Start a Peaceful Revolution

Following current changes in US politics and the rise of racism, I would like to offer a few thoughts on how to start a peaceful revolution: Twenty-seven years ago, we tore...

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