don’t call it a mission statement

I was going to put a manifesto here. You know, a mission statement or something about why I write what I write and what my plans are and all that. But then I remembered how I felt about that sort of thing. I like you guys. I don’t want to do that to you.

You do deserve some reason to keep coming back here, though, so I’ll make you a deal.

If you really want to see the whole mission statement manifesto thing, check out my bio. Put very simply here, my plan is to set an interracial erotic romance story in every romance subgenre. Right now, I’m working on my first one, a contemporary called Project NSA. There’s a lot of terrific interracial erotic romance out there these days – fans of the genre have never been more fortunate – and I’m excited to bring my special blend to the party as well.

Here on the blog, you’re going to find my take on various forms of interracial romance fiction, the occasional book review, interesting things I’m discovering as I work on my own fiction, and some little bits of writing to add some spice to your day (OMG, you’re welcome!). In exchange for all that, I will from time to time subject you to occasional Tales of Cocktailery from my “real” job as a bartender.

As if all that wasn’t enough, I’m blogging over at Women Words & Wisdom the first Wednesday of each month. I write a column called Below the Fold, where I’m going to show you how to make your day-to-day a little hotter. The first one of those is coming out this Wednesday, the Fourth of July. The W3 is a group project for a lot of other awesome writers, so you’ll have a good time checking out what they have to offer, too.

I’m so excited to see you all here! I’m still building the blog as I write this, but if you follow me on twitter, you can keep up with me and new posts from minute to minute.

I’d love it if you wished me a happy housewarming in the comments!

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