Tag Archives: writing

This is my Life

What is this life I’m living? Some days, I don’t recognize it. Living a life that is relatively stress-free (even when I have very stressful tasks to complete) isn’t something I thought possible. But I’ve shifted how I see challenges … Continue reading

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Up and Up

Thriving takes courage. Living the life I’ve wanted so badly to live has taken courage. And here I am. Living it. This past weekend was wonderful. Amazing. Inspiring. Over the weekend, I taught a class on writing erotic fiction and … Continue reading

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Happy Surprises

This has been a rough week. I had intense oral surgery that left a gaping hole in my sinus cavity (okay, it’s probably quite small, but it certainly doesn’t feel that way) and it’s taking twice as long to heal … Continue reading

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Writing, Therapy, and Thriving

Last night I got back to a writing project—okay, a novel—that I was hoping to finish by last December. I’ve never had so much trouble writing a novel before. Usually, I’m quite fast and can crank them out. First drafts, … Continue reading

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Open call for Getting It! – A Femdom Anthology via SinCyr Publishing

Open call for Getting It! – A Femdom Anthology Co-edited by S.B. Roark and Sienna Saint-Cyr Misogyny is all around us, so what better way to enjoy feminine power than with a Femdom anthology? What are we looking for? Women … Continue reading

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My Kind of Romance

For most of my life, I thought there was something wrong with me. While people would talk about falling in love and feel gushy mushy feelings for those they crushed on, I never did. I’d be watching a sunset with … Continue reading

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Be A Voice

“But! But! Your facts are devastating to my case!” Last night I shared Tymber Dalton’s blog post about someone making an assumption over something she’d posted on FB. She’d posted about her life and health, and someone jumped to conclusions … Continue reading

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