In a previous post, I discussed some of the general context for why I like mixing magic and sex. In this post, I’ll get into the nitty-gritty details of adding magic into a sex scene.
What difference does magic make in Irish history? In some respects, very little. This is a world where magic is everywhere, in everything. Not everyone has enough magical ability to cast spells, but those who do are relatively prevalent and come from every race, culture, and ethnicity.
It’s release day for A Theft of Magic! The hero, Ronan McCarrick, is an Irish Republican, so I’m going to share a little about the real history of Irish Republicanism in the 19th century.
A Merge of Magic A Fay of Skye Prequel – Part One of Six Viola Fay Seward had the terrible misfortune to fall in love with her… Read more “A Merge of Magic – Fay of Skye Prequel”
I was going to post a cover reveal for A Theft of Magic this week and announce the release date and pre-orders, but my grandfather died on Wednesday… Read more “Grief”
In traditional publishing, authors have almost no say in what goes on the cover of their books. On a few occasions, they can correct outright errors or… Read more “Evolution of a Book Cover”
My first post about book soundtracks was more of a “what a book soundtrack means to me” or “how I craft my book soundtrack” type of post.… Read more “Book Soundtracks – A Theft of Magic”
If you have looked at the cover image on my website, with the sexy couple in the center, you can probably tell that I write steamy romances.… Read more “Writing Sex Scenes”
To continue this week’s theme of romance and sex, I thought it was a good time to discuss how I bring the fantasy elements into my fantasy… Read more “Sex and Magic”
Essential Magic releases in less than a week! To celebrate the release, I’m going on tour! I will be visiting various blogs all next week. Here on… Read more “Essential Magic Blog Tour”