Thursday, September 19, 2013

Snippet and reward for readers following this blog!

I'm revising Second Chances for publication and I'll be taking it down from the Royal Academy of Bards in the next month or so. So if you want to read the original version of the story, you'll want to visit the Academy site to see it.

Also, as a reward for my fans who follow this blog, I'm posting Judge Not as The Judge on the Academy's website. So if you want to be among the first to read the full story, and read it for free, you'll want to head over to the Academy. There are only two chapters posted so far, but I'll have the entire thing up a chapter at a time. But it won't be there long. Once I finish it and edit it a few more times, I'll be taking it down publish it. So stop in to the Academy and check out my work there.

Also, stop by my website to see what else is happening. www.metudor.com

Finally, breathing calmly, The Judge got up, went to the dresser, and retrieved the key to the handcuffs. She made the mistake of leaning over Ashley versus straddling her chest, which she normally did when taking the cuffs off. But, she wasn't thinking clearly. Something was going on with Ashley. She seemed distracted, which was unusual. Ashley had been one of the best toys she had ever had. She made the mistake of starting to need the sessions with Ashley. She was going to have to break things off soon because she was becoming too attached to Ashley, which was a mistake she couldn't afford to make.

When the second handcuff was off, The Judge leaned down to kiss Ashley on the forehead. Ashley took advantage of The Judge being off balance and flipped her over onto her back, quickly slipping both hands into the cuffs before The Judge realized what was happening.

Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Judge Not coming along

I've been revising and rewriting parts of Judge Not. It's coming along very well. I can't wait to share it with you all.

I also have posted Treacherous Souls on Smashwords for those of you who have ereaders other than Kindles.

Smashwords has started a new author interview program. They have a list of questions and authors answer then as if they had been really interviewed. I hope you'll stop in and check out mine.

Here's a snippet from chapter two of Judge Not:

Ashley barely flinched when the leather straps hit her back. The Judge never hit her hard enough to draw blood, but she usually had bruises afterwards. The straps hit her again, and again she barely flinched. The Judge grabbed a handful of hair and pulled her head back. "Am I not hitting you hard enough to get your attention?"

"I'm sorry," Ashley whispered. "I'm just having a hard time getting into this tonight." The Judge pushed Ashley's face into the pillow, turned around so she was sitting on Ashley's head, and slapped the leather straps across Ashley’s ass and the backs of her legs. That made Ashley flinch, the skin there was much more sensitive. It also brought her out of her thoughts and reminded her why she had to end things with the Judge.

Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Time to move on to the next project.

The Labor Day Sale for Treacherous Souls went really well. Over 500 people took advantage of being able to get the book for free. I hope many of them take a mine to give me a review. Now that Treacherous Souls is available, it's time to move on to the next project which is finishing Judge Not, the sequel to The Wrong Place at the Right Time.

Here is a little tidbit from "Judge Not" to give you a sample of the first chapter.

 She didn’t want to admit that she was jealous of their relationship, but she was. Being in a committed relationship was not something Ashley had put on her priority list, but watching Mary and Jackie together made her long to have someone touch her the way Jackie touched Mary. She wanted someone to look at her the way Mary looked at Jackie. She could hear them whispering to each other as she closed her bedroom door. They were so in love. She had never thought that she would want to be in a serious relationship with someone, at least not for a while. But seeing how happy Mary and Jackie were, made her feel like she was missing something very important in her life.

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