A big wet thank you to all who took the time to nominate Polished for the Menage Romance 2014 Fan's Choice Award! Now my little book is in the running for the top spot. I can only say that I am thrilled.
I just might be addicted to the menage genre...the complications, the decadence, the shock appeal. I love it. I'm glad you love it too! Show Mary some of that love and head over to her blog. Voting for the final winners starts today and goes until February 8th. Winners will be announced on February 11th. Go Polished, and thank you for all your support!
Polished is nominated for Best Ménage!
My last novel, Polished is nominated for Best Ménage on Mary’s Ménage Whispers. Mary is one of the foremost enthusiasts of the ménage genre, but this is a fan choice contest. Your voices are the only ones that count! If you enjoyed Polished, head over and cast a vote for it in up to three categories. This is my first time nominated and I am truly honored to be considered.
Polished continues to be in the Amazon top 100 for Gay Romance, and I know it’s because of supporter like you! Thank you for letting Rory, Spencer and Jack into your lives for a short time. VOTE here! Help put Polished in the top ten for a chance at the finals.
I believe that I am the most brilliant at night…when I am asleep. I dream big, in Technicolor clarity, without fear or hesitation. My dreams are epic and entertaining, often comedic and somehow in some kind of Sybilesque way, surprising. I have actually been surprised by the twist revealed at the end of my dream. I mean I am“Wow, I didn’t see that coming” kind of surprised. I awake, might I dare say, rather impressed with myself and the rippling waves of creativity I surfed during my shuteye.
“Honey,” I say, nudging my husband awake. “You would not believe the dream I had.”
He squints at me and yawns. “Oh yeah? What was it about?”
Suddenly I’m blank. I remember the sensations, one nonsensical scene, maybe two. “There was a guy, and he had this…um…this….”
“Um…wait, it was crazy, so good for a story…” I’m fried. Perhaps all that brilliance has resulted in a short circuit. “Never mind.”
“I’m going back to sleep.”