Friday, February 23, 2018

Kay Jaybee ~ presents ~ Making Him Wait

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Making Him Wait
by Kay Jaybee
(@kay_jaybee) #bdsmromance #erotica #eroticromance

Kay Jaybee’s popular BDSM-romance novel is back!

Re-released by the brilliant Sinful Press, Making Him Wait, is every bit as hot the second time around.

“Erotica on a canvas of bondage and discipline.”
It’s amazing where a drive to live out your fantasies, a paint brush, and a text message can lead you...

Maddie Templeton has always been an unconventional artist. Themes of submission and domination pulse through her erotic artwork, and she's happily explored these lustful themes both on and off the canvas. But, when Theo Hunter enters her life, she is presented with a new challenge.

Maddie sets out to test his resolve as she teases, torments and toys with him. However, as Maddie drives Theo to breaking point, she soon becomes unsure whether her own resolve will hold out.

At the same time, Maddie must put on the exhibition of a lifetime. As the hottest gallery in town clamours for her best work, Maddie pushes her models harder and higher until they are physically, sexually and emotionally exhausted.

Will Maddie's models continue to submit to her, or will she push them too far? And will she be ready for the exhibition in time? The only way to find out is to wait and see...and the waiting only makes it sweeter!
The extract I have chosen to share with you today comes from the very beginning of the book...
Freya rocked a little on her bare feet as Maddie touched her lightly freckled cheek. “No need to look so worried, honey. You are doing brilliantly. It’s a difficult pose to hold for so long.”

“Thank you.” Blushing an endearing shade of pink, Freya lowered the hands she’d nervously clenched before her, giving her employer another chance to see the neat triangle of her semi-shaved pussy.

Maddie, her jeans and t-shirt smeared and spattered with all the mediums of her trade, did not feel the need to mention to Freya that her own knickers were sodden, nor that beneath her holster bra, her nipples were rock hard.

A further buzz from her mobile alerted Maddie to the arrival of another text message. In fact a steady string of muffled noises from her mobile, coming from the pit of her handbag, had been announcing the arrival of texts every ten minutes or so throughout the morning.

Smiling to herself, Maddie continued to disregard her phone and considered the exquisite outline of her companion’s porcelain frame. Most people came to Maddie to be drawn or painted, sometimes as a commission for a lover, husband or wife. Some, however, like Freya, came to the studio as a way of improving their self-confidence. Despite her generally shy demeanour, Freya had proved to be very good at posing as Maddie required and the artist had offered her an occasional job as a life model.

Sometimes Maddie felt she was more therapist than artist – specifically a sex therapist – as men and women alike shared their most intimate secrets while standing on the other side of her easel. Maddie’s studio certainly had the air of an erotic fantasy confessional about it. She wasn’t complaining, however. No other life would do for her now. The job satisfaction Maddie achieved from listening to the dreams and fantasies of others while she recreated them onto canvas, went hand in glove with the personal physical gratification it gave her.

Money being either plentiful or non-existent, depending on the current success of her commissions and sales, Maddie had been forced to develop an alternative form of payment for her models – a reward system for good work. Maddie could tell from the rise and fall of Freya’s chest and the glistening damp skin at the top of her thighs, that she was more than ready to be paid for today’s session.

Closing in on her model, Maddie simultaneously cupped Freya’s slick pussy and left breast with her charcoal-blackened hands, causing an involuntary shiver to ripple through the younger woman’s body.

“Your progress really is outstanding, honey. Few of my models can stay as motionless as you can.” Congratulating Freya on her skill, Maddie left two dark palm prints on the girl’s tits and tapped at the inside of her legs. “Open up. I think you have deserved a treat after all your hard work.”

Gliding her palm over Freya’s mound, Maddie slipped a gentle finger into the slippery canal of the model’s frantically clutching sex, enjoying the murmured mew of contentment that escaped from her lipstick-free mouth.

Pumping gently, the artist brought Freya close to orgasm with steady increases and decreases of pressure – her own mind straying to her mobile. Maddie wondered where Theo was and what he was doing. She knew what he was thinking about. She always knew that. Theo thought about her...
Praise for Making Him Wait-
“Making Him Wait” held me captive, made me blush, had me yearning for more before I was even ready to let the previous chapter go. The story unfolds dripping with eroticism, every character wantonly submitting to Maddie’s artistic, commanding eye… Erotica’s “Queen of Kink” has nailed the freedom of Kink, fearlessly. Kay Jaybee writes with a masterful insight and sucks her readers into the fascinating domain of domination and submission. A realm where one’s words must be listened to very carefully and choices are empowering.’ Rose Caraway.

“Artist, lover, dominatrix, Maddie has sculpted from her surroundings the perfect life and Kay Jaybee in ‘Making Him Wait’ the picture-perfect set up for an unhurried, well-written, hugely entertaining, multi-media journey into classy erotica – men, women, whatever your fancy, Mistress Jaybee guides you through her Chinese puzzle of a plot in a way that stole my breath and made my underarms tingle…Mesmerising, thrilling, word perfect, a triumph.” Chloe Thurlow 

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Kay Jaybee has over 150 publications to her name, including the novels Making Him Wait, (Sinful Press, second edition, 2018), and The Fifth Floor - The Perfect Submissive Book One (KJ Books, third edition, 2017). She has also written the novellas Wednesday on Thursday (KJ Books, 2017), Take Control (1001Nights Press, 2014), Digging Deep, (Xcite Press, 20153), A Sticky Situation (Xcite Press, 2013), and Not Her Type: Erotic Adventures With A Delivery Man (1001 Nights Press, 2014). She has written the anthologies The Collector (KJBooks, 2016), and A Kink a Day Books 1-3 (available via the Radish reading app).
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Kay also writes contemporary romance and children’s picture books as Jenny Kane and historical fiction as Jennifer Ash

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Thursday, February 22, 2018

Patricia Yager Delagrange ~ presents ~ Maddy's Pheonix

TITLE: Maddy’s Phoenix
RELEASE DATE: August 10, 2017
AUTHOR: Patricia Yager Delagrange
CATEGORIES: Contemporary Women/Coming of Age
ISBN: 978-0692875452

KEYWORDS: single mothers, loss, disappointment, life struggle, coming of age, second chances, hope

After losing her baby prematurely, Maddy discovers an infant in a dumpster and keeps her. But can Maddy keep her secret hidden for long?

Maddy lives a hard life, working as a waitress at the Monte Rio Café in a town on California’s Russian River. Abandoned by her mother when she was a teenager, she is nonetheless grateful for the cabin where she lives—and for Cheryl, the older waitress who watches over her while Maddy anticipates the birth of her baby. 

Then Maddy goes into labor prematurely and loses her precious baby, a loss almost more than any young woman  can bear. Soon after Maddy discovers a tiny infant in the dumpster behind the café, keeps the baby, and names her Judith.

Maddy takes the money in her tip jar and moves to the Bay Area, where she can study to become a nurse, to be better than the things her momma said about her. But how can Maddy take care of little Judith, work and go to school?

Fascinated by broken-hearted couples and atypical families, Patricia weaves engaging tales of men and women who create cohesive families where love reigns supreme.  She sprinkles her books with intriguing characters who struggle to find balance in life after tragedy.  Whether an unwed teenager, desperate widow, abandoned father, or a couple who stray from their marital vows, her characters form relationships impacted by their desire to create a family.

Born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area, Patricia attended St. Mary’s College in Moraga, California, where she studied Psychology and Spanish. She spent her junior year abroad at the University of Madrid then transferred to UC Santa Barbara where she received her B.A. in Spanish. She went on to get a Master’s degree in Education at Oregon State University.

Patricia lives with her husband and two children in Alameda, across the bay from San Francisco, along with two very large chocolate labs named Annabella and Jack, and a rescue terrier mix, Shay Dog. Oh, and she also takes care of her daughter's guinea pig, Lucifer. When she’s not writing or spending time with her family, Patricia enjoys riding her Friesian horse Maximus, who lives in the Oakland hills with a million dollar view.



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Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Dr. Paul Semendinger ~ guest post and his novel ~ Principal Sam Gets Fit

TITLE: Principal Sam Gets Fit
AUTHOR: Dr. Paul Semendinger
CATEGORIES: Picture Book/Children’s Book/Physical Fitness
ISBN: 978-0692925492
IMPRINT: Sunquills

KEYWORDS: School, Sports, Physical Education, Yoga, Friendship, Children, Principal

PRINCIPAL SAM'S NOT FEELING WELL! He's been eating too much candy and forgetting to exercise. Principal Sam knows he needs to get in shape, but he's not sure where to start. Ms. Tami tells Principal Sam to come to her P.E. class. If only he could keep all the sports straight! It's a good thing the kids of Sunnyside School are here to help!

Principal Sam is at it again!  The loveable principal, who often gets confused, ate far too many snacks on Halloween.  Principal Sam gained a lot of weight and is not in shape.  To fix this, Principal Sam turns to Ms. Tami, the school’s physical education instructor.  Ms. Tami invites Principal Sam into her class.  Poor Principal Sam begins to mix-up the sports and activities.  Once again the children of the school help Principal Sam.  They teach him about the sports.  All is well until a problem occurs on Field Day…  Can the special day be saved?

The Idea for Principal Sam
The idea of the Principal Sam character came as a result of the way I typically talk with students.  I try to be a principal who is accessible to the children.  I try to make personal connections with each child.  At times, I use humor to make kids smile and laugh.  Is there anything more wonderful than a happy child?  A number of years ago, on a holiday, I honestly don’t remember which one it was, I purposely said something silly to a student such as, “I am so glad it’s Valentine’s Day.  I can’t wait to go trick-or-treating.”  The child laughed.  I realized that whenever I say things like this, the children always seem to enjoy it.  I then thought, “There’s a storybook character there – a principal who is kind, and works hard, but who also confuses simple things.”  That is how Principal Sam was born.

I shared my idea with my wife and children who liked the idea.  I then “pitched” the first story, about confusing holidays, to an industry professional who fell in love with the character.  She asked if there were more stories in the series.  I stated that I could come up with as many as she needed.  That night I wrote the first draft of “Principal Sam Gets Fit,” a story where Principal Sam confuses sports.   Soon after, “Principal Sam and the Three Bears” was developed.  The literary professional and I never made a business deal, but I knew then I had a special character that had potential.

One of the great aspects of the Principal Sam stories is that the children are the real heroes.  They have the ideas that allow Principal Sam to find solutions to the things that confuse him.  It is wonderful when adults can learn from children.  This book series highlights that fact.

I next reached out to my good friend, John Fredericks.  Our friendship goes back to our college days together.  He is a great artist.  I asked him if he’d be willing to draw a likeness of Principal Sam.  He created the exact character I envisioned Principal Sam as being.  From there, John became Principal Sam’s illustrator. 

I was so thrilled with Ravenswood Publishing saw the potential in this character and his book series.  While the first books talk about simple things that Principal Sam confuses such as holidays and sports, some books that will be coming out in the near future will deal with serious issues for children including bullying and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineers, and Mathematics) learning.

Principal Sam is a character that children can relate to because they also get confused about simple things.  Because Principal Sam is a character they will grow to love and enjoy, when he does get serious about certain things, like bullying, children will be able to learn from him. 

I am very excited about the future of Principal Sam!  The children in his school help him and he will be able, in turn, to help other children everywhere. 

Dr. Semendinger has been a passionate child-centered educator for almost 30 years. He first enjoyed a successful career as a middle school history earning numerous awards including “Teacher of the Year” and the prestigious “A+For Kids” grant before moving on to administration. Dr. Semendinger has served as a high school vice principal, a middle school principal, and is currently the principal of the most wonderful elementary school in the whole world!

Dr. Semendinger is also an accomplished writer. His first book of motivational passages, “Impossible is an Illusion” was be released in June 2017 by Ravenswood Publishing.  Dr. Semendinger’s first novel, “Scattering the Ashes” will be released in 2018 also from Ravenswood. In addition, Dr. Semendinger writes picture books.  His first picture book for children “Principal Sam and the Calendar Confusion” has been released to excellent reviews!  The follow-up book in the Principal Sam series, “Principal Sam Gets Fit” will be released in July 2017.  Dr. Semendinger’s original and unique history of the New York Yankees “The Least Among Them,” is also currently in editorial review.  In additional to his published writing, Dr. Semendinger is a featured writer on the highly successful Yankees blog, “It’s About the Money” which is a member of the ESPN SweetSpot Network.  He also frequently publishes on eduTopia and on his highly successful blog. 

More than all of this, a family man, Dr. Semendinger enjoys and greatly values the time he can spend as a husband and “Dad” with his wife and three sons.  There is nothing he is prouder of than the fact that he is a good dad and husband.



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Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Max Kahl ~ an interview and his novel ~ The King of Eiselorn: Elwendur (Book One)

Max Kahl

TITLE: “The King of Eiselorn: Elwendur (Book One)
RELEASE DATE: June 10, 2017
AUTHOR: Max Kahl
CATEGORIES: High Fantasy/Epic Fantasy
ISBN: 978-1544887098 1544887094
IMPRINT: Chimera


Max Kahl was born on April 12th, 1976, in the city of Rosario, Argentine Republic. He is married and has two children. He is a German, English and Music teacher. At an early age, he developed a keen interest in the literature of novels, especially in historical novels. In his adolescence, his interest focused on the history of ancient European peoples and on renowned authors. Tacitus, Strabo, Sturluson, Borges, Goethe and all the historical and literary Germanic collection, such as the Nibelungenlied, the Runes or the Norse Eddas have been and continue being his genuine passion.

The King of Eiselorn, in its two parts - Elwendur and Iddinthad -, is his first epic fantasy novel. He intends to put to the test heroism, mysticism, lost values, the returning to the sources of Nature, family, loyalty and love, in a world where struggle is constant, pain is quotidian, treason is unexpected and hope is renewed despite uncertainty.


Q: What kind of music do you listen to? Do you have an all time favorite song?
A: I listen to Metal, Classical, Celtic and Soundtracks. I am musician too. I play piano and guitar. I am writing the music for my book.

Q: Favorite color?
A: My favorite color is black.

Q: Coffee or Tea?
A: Coffee!!

Q: When did you start writing and why?
A: I started writing in 2009 The King of Eiselorn, my first book.

Q: Where do you get your ideas?
A: From books I have read, specially Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings and The Silmarillion, music, movies, history and nature.

Q: Who's your favorite author?
A: My favorite author is John Ronald Reuel Tolkien.

Q: What are you working on now? Would you like to share anything about it?
A: Well, now I am promoting my recent book: forums, Facebook groups, etc. It’s not an easy task, but it goes!

Q: Do you have a new book coming out soon? Tell us about it.
A: Yes, the second and final book of The King of Eiselorn.

Q: How can we find you? Do you have a web page, FaceBook page or any buy links?
A:  Yes, I do. Here are the links.

KEYWORDS: George R.R. Martin, J.R.R. Tolkien, Kingdom, Epic Fantasy, High Fantasy, Adventure, Battle War

A story of war, death, love, heroism, loyalty and lost values, in a world of constant struggle, unexpected treasons and a renewed hope despite uncertainty.

After the invasion of the Kingdom of the Mountain, an era of darkness hovered for years over the Continent of Imnavel. Only a few, decimated after decades of war, resisted the attacks.

But the Hordes of the East finally conquered the Elevated Mountain of Iver Osterith, last bastion of defence of the inhabitants of Imnavel. This last act forced the survivors to regroup in order to repel the invasions or perish forever.

New armies rose. New weapons were wielded. New steels were forged. Forests and lakes died. Even the Ancient heard once again the rumour of war - that old rumour which hadn’t been heard since the First Eras.

From then on, the Hermehrs waited for their revenge, one which would return to them their past and history, their ancient lands and their old songs of honourable kings and noble lords. Only one warrior could do that. And his name is reflected in old prophecies.

The Golden Eras and the Wise Eras had come to an end to give way to the Era of the Elwendur - the Migration of the Peoples.

Unexpectedly, alarming shrieks came from the dark hollows. The guards’ alarum was soon raised and a group of them headed for the thick vegetations. They were ten - wearing armours, spears and double axes - when they came closer to the highest trees of the forest. The howls grew more intense and piercing arousing deep feelings of fear in the Ahlins as they walked slower and plunged into darkness. Despite the oil lamps they carried, the leaves, branches and plants obstructed almost all the light they emitted - their shadows playing sinister jokes so that it was hard for them not to perceive their frightening effects. The Ahlins who stayed vigilant from atop the towers took bows and arrows and formed lines along the jagged corridor of the stronghold, waiting for any unexpected event. Soon the lights began to lose their sheen among the inner paths of the woodlands, what greatly alarmed the Ahlins at the fortress. The deathly silence that followed since the Ahlins penetrated the forest grove deeply upset the guards, forcing them to send more men to the place. There was no answer whatsoever from the first group, and the lights once faintly seen were now completely gone out. Two Ahlins approached the pathway through which some minutes before they had lost the search team’s track. They held large size bows sheathed with skin and leather together with a score of arrows inside their carriers.

The chief guard, from atop the towers, “Lemb! Ulun! Is there something?”

“Nothing, sir. Not even footprints. The path is totally cleared. The shouts have also ceased. Shall we advance, sir?” asked Lemb. The captain somewhat worried nodded and the Ahlins entered into the darkness of the dense vegetation - their eyes alert and their expressions cautious.

Another groan was born from the entrails of the forest scaring the birds that there dwelled, which suddenly flitted up high to the black Firmament. The hoarse gurgling shattered everywhere, the echo of its ferocity covering every corner of the night. The guards rapidly assumed attack positions pointing their arrows toward the place. No one came out of there for a long while.

The captain then uttered, “Something very strange is happening there. Soldier!” he exclaimed, pointing at an Ahlin far from him carrying a black and white bow. “Get ready to set off to Arnesnel at any moment! We do not know who or what the hell there is, but we shall soon find out.”

A shadow emerged from the opaque deepness, coming to light with its hands up. It was an Ahlin. “Sir! It was terrible!” he panted, horrified and breathless. Then added, “They are all dead! Everybody!”

“Calm down, Ulun! Calm down and come with me to the tower! Tell me what happened!” ordered the captain.

Ulun took off his helmet and blood-stained cuirass and leant against a corner of the tower. Then said, “There is an army of Gunlards, captain. It is established in the forest. They cannot be seen, but they came in thousands of shapes that slew Lemb and the team.”

“An army of Gunlards?” asked the captain.

“They are very well hidden among the weeds, Sir, and behind large trunks. I myself saw how an Ugull relentlessly devoured Lemb. When it caught sight of me, I shot an arrow that hit in its chest, causing its death. But all of a sudden, a legion came out from everywhere. The only thing I was able to do is throw the bow away and run towards the exit to save myself. They wouldn’t follow me. I do not know why. It was horrible, Sir. Then I saw the butchered remains of the group and run faster until I reached you.”

“Very well. Calm down. We will call for reinforcements and appeal to Arnesnel for military assistance to aid us. I’m afraid this will bring us serious problems. Meanwhile, I want you to inform the observation post of Serbil. It is not far away from here. Prepare the carriages and go! Quickly! Tell them we have highly dangerous intruders and that we don’t know how many, but certainly a large number. Tell them we have lost several soldiers and hope they will help us. We need archers, crossbowmen and lancers.” he commanded. A group of guards obeyed and arrange the carriages which would take them to the closest post. “The Wall of Serbil lies in the North. Border Sund River till you get to Leven village. On the outskirts there is the post. The more warriors arrive from there, the better it would be for us to hold back the savage creatures besieging us. Go now! Immediately!” commanded the captain.

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