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Monday, February 13, 2012

Weekly Goals #7

Now that I'm into February and week 7 on the calender, I'm wondering if I shouldn't have used a better method numbering my goals. I've never counted the calender by weeks, only days. It's messing me up but I hate to change now.

Last week my sole goal was to write Covet. I accomplished this in spades (what the hell does that mean anyway? I accomplished this so well I now have dozens of shovels? Or a really great hand in poker? So odd.)

So...Covet. This is definitely more plot heavy than my other Regency Ménage Tales and includes a murder mystery that took up more of the story than I'd intended. But then it is a murder and to toss it in the background seemed stupid when it's a significant part of the plot.

This week:

  1. Make sure murder plot works without plot holes

  2. Make sure the murder plot doesn't overtake the romance

Day 3 of the huge Valentine's Day event with 265 authors! The prizes for this week's blog hop from me are:

The Masque: A Hellfire Club Erotique
2 $10 gift cards to either Barnes and Noble or Amazon, whichever the winner prefers.

What do you need to do? Leave a comment about why you love menage romances and what you'd like to see in the stories.

Cupid has surely hit this hop with a golden arrow!

So here’s how the hop goes each of the participating author below is going to run a contest on their blog for the readers to enjoy! So make sure you stop by all the stops on the hop. I know you won’t be disappointed!

Contest starts February 11, 2012 and ends February 14, 2012 at midnight.


  1. Love reading the menage stories that are m/f/m, the men are usually polar opposites, each giving the woman something different in the relationship. They are so protective and caring of the woman, it makes for a great story.
    skpetal at hotmail dot com

  2. I've read M/F/M and M/M/F menages and enjoyed both, but I prefer M/F/M probably because I imagine myself in the woman's place and getting all of the attention. It's kind of a selfish thing, but that's ok, it's fantasy.

  3. I really enjoy ménage a trois stories because of the dynamics between the three characters. There's so much potential for emotional angst. I prefer MMF groupings because I like to see all three characters fully invested in the relationship.

    Good luck with meeting your writing goals this week. :)

  4. Mostly I like how people interact in a menage, there are not only the typical male/female roles in the traditional sense.

    Good luck with meeting your writting goals ;)
    Happy Valentine’s Day ^_~


  5. Thanks for participating in the hop. I guess i also like menages because that's one of those fantasies that I doubt I'd ever have realized, but find exciting all the same

    jslindzy @

  6. I think everyone has a good reason for enjoying a menage story. I love how everyone's answers are just different enough to make me think about why *I* like menage romances. Thanks for commenting everyone! Winners will be announced at the end of the week.

  7. Thanks for the chance! Its one of those unknowns that you know you would almost certainly never do in RL

    bacchus76 at myself dot com

  8. Thanks for being on the Blog Hop! I am enjoying discovering authors that are new to me! My list of TBR books is growing leaps and bounds. Thanks!!
    I love the M/F/M menages. What woman doesn't want all the love?!? Not to mention a definite fantasy of my, that I don't think will happen. My hubby doesn't like that idea.


  9. Because of the fantasies they fullfil, like in a M/F/M menage ;)
    Happy Valentine's Day