A little holiday reading to tide you over


Would you like a little light, sensual, and sweet holiday reading to "tide" you over until Yule? Why not check out my self-published short, "The Longest Night?" It came out last year, and is a fairytale based on Norse mythology about a trip into the woods on the longest night of the year. It was thought that this night was the most magical of all, and that people could even understand the speech of animals, if they took the time to listen. It's only ninety-nine cents!
Art by April Martinez

If you would like something more hot and contemporary for your holiday reading this year, then you need to check out my 14 December holiday release with Loose Id. The Adoration of Addana is an interracial erotic romance set during the first December after Hurricane Katrina.

Parts of the Holy Cross neighborhood, where this story is set, have still not been rebuilt. If you are feeling particularly generous, please donate to Habitat for Humanity, with your money targeted to the New Orleans area.

Another great charity to keep in mind that is helping to rebuild New Orleans is Rebuilding Together. They help rehab older houses.

I am pledging 20 percent of my royalties from The Adoration of Addana to be split between these two charities. I hope you can find some time or money to share as well. Have a great Thanksgiving!

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