I’m sure some of you will see this and say, “What is that crazy bitch up to now?”

I usually write one erotica short a week under a secret pen name. I’m pretty good at balancing my time between erotica and romance, but generally write for about 4-5 hours a day. Half time romance, half time erotica.

A couple of weeks ago, I sat down and couldn’t write erotica. It just wouldn’t “come.” (See what I did there?) I didn’t feel like working on Amp that day. So, I sat down, and I just started typing. By the end of the day, I had half of a romance short done.

There was no outline. There was no worry about if it’s going to be a hit. There was no scramble to get an ARC team together.

I just sat down and wrote. I didn’t push myself. I wrote when I felt like it when Amp wasn’t taking my time. There were no deadlines. No expectations.

It was probably the most peaceful writing I’ve ever done.

When I was done, I was done. I didn’t feel like I needed to push for a certain number of words. I let the story flow naturally.

It turned into a short story about a bar out in the sticks of Missouri called Rocks. You can read it in about 45 minutes. I may write another one. May not. It depends how I feel. I’m not going to push it.

Click on picture below to be taken to Amazon if you’re interested.


Deep in the sticks of Missouri is a bar called Rocks where the bartenders are only similar in the fact that they’re all unlucky in love…

Dylan Wilcox has been gone from Highlight, Missouri for ten years. Nobody has seen him or even received an email as to his location. Worse, he left his high school girlfriend, Cherry Moss, without saying goodbye when he disappeared. 

When Dylan shows up in town a changed man, Cherry needs to decide if his story is worth her forgiveness and if she can get over her own demons about him leaving.

This is a 12k word romance short and can be read in less than an hour. HEA guaranteed!

Have a nice day!

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