Meet Dagon

 Count Down to Christmas

Meet your stripper!

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More Than Want
Transporter St. Cyr picks up a passenger she cannot resist. Things heat up in outer space where its literally sex or death, when biology acts against St. Cyr. And yes, he had four arms.

available now!

Meet Kyra

 Count Down to Christmas

Meet your stripper!

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Nine Ladies Dancing
Kyra is so done with what other people want from her, and she is tired of the fantasy where the gorgeous millionaire rescues the poor stripper. That only ever happens in the movies.

available now!

Meet Josh

Count Down to Christmas

Meet your stripper!

XXLL X-treme X-rated Lascivious Lords
A night out with friends is what Clary needs to take her mind off her failing relationship. But can she lose herself in the moment with a masked stripper and not think about Josh?

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Meet Jimmy

 

Count Down to Christmas

Meet your stripper!

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Piper’s Daughter
Rose finds out she is not free from her dead father’s control when its discovered his will requires her to be married by the end of the year of his death, or she’ll be homeless. High school crush Jimmy comes to the rescue with only two days left to the year.

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The Twelve Dates of Christmas

Throwback Thursday to last year and the serial release of
the Twelve Dates of Christmas.

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This sweet holiday romance was presented on each of the twelve days of Christmas last year, beginning on Christmas day.

You can read all twelve installments now, beginning with day one:
http://lmsylvian.com/the-twelve-dates…as-christmas-day/

Southern Festival of Books

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I will be at the Griffyn Ink booth at this year’s Southern Festival of Books signing copies of the Twelve Strippers of Christmas, along with the other Griffyn Ink authors! I won’t be signing the other authors, but they will be there as well. :)

Southern Festival of Books is free to the public. 

Date and times:
Friday, October 13: 12:00 – 5:00 p.m.
Saturday, October 14: 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Sunday, October 15: 12:00 – 5:00 p.m.

Location: War Memorial Plaza and Main Public Library, Nashville, Tennessee

Come by and see us.

The 2017 Sex Scene Championships are underway!

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Round 1 Day2:
Noell Mosco with a scene from Loud

vs

Me! with a scene from More Than Want from the Twelve Strippers of Christmas

Twelve Strippers of Christmas coming October 2017

VOTE HERE!--voting for this round is open for another 30 hours. (voting closes on Oct 3 11:59pm)

Tell your friends.

And Jody Wallace is up today against Sharon Kay Novels, check em out!
It’s hot stuff!

Sex Scene Championships

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Scorching Book Reviews is bringing back the Sex Scene Championships for 2017!

I’m going head to head with Noell Mosco on October 2! I’m a total nube going up against an established author. I’m going to need some help. Tell your friends!

My scene is from More Than Want from the Twelve Strippers of Christmas!

Check it out! VOTE!

Voting for each bracket is available for 48 hours!

I’ll post updates with voting links here, as well as on Twitter and Facebook!

National Literacy Month

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September is National Literacy Month
and today, September 8,  is International Literacy Day

As readers of romance novels and other genres, we contribute to the literacy of the world. But not everyone can read in their native languages.

“According to UNESCO, about 774 million adults lack the minimum literacy skills. One in five adults is still not literate and two-thirds of them are women. About 75 million children are out-of-school and many more attend irregularly or drop out. However, literacy is also a cause for celebration on the day because there are nearly four billion literate people in the world.” from https://www.timeanddate.com/holidays/un/international-literacy-day

We tend to focus on reading to children as a means of improving literacy, and I would like to continue to support the efforts of those who do support children’s programs. My own children regularly volunteer for a local literacy program that helps at risk youth in lower grades get up to reading level.

But there are also adults out there in the United States (where I live) who cannot read. Somewhere somehow they slipped through the education cracks.

In the United States the literacy rate among adults showed no significant change between 2003 and 2013 with 14 percent of adults demonstrating a “below basic” reading level. 19 percent of all high school graduates in this country cannot read. We are looking at around 31 million Americans who cannot read.  (from http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/09/06/illiteracy-rate_n_3880355.html)

If you want to share your love of reading with others, please consider volunteering to help an Adult Literacy Program near you. The National Literacy Directory  is an online resource to not only help learners find programs, but also to help volunteers find programs.

And as the child of a librarian, I cannot recommend checking in with your local library enough to find out what programs they have available.

Please consider donating to literacy near you. You can do this by donating time, money, books, or any combination of these.