With Malia live, it’s time to talk about her music! She likes it slow, a little aggressive, and if it has an orchestral hook, all the better.
Oftentimes, Malia’s music isn’t clubworthy; when it can be incorporated into a set, it’s entirely because of her capacity as a performer. Rules are meant to be broken and all that.
But it’s lyrical, often melancholy, and it suits her.
Continue reading Dancer Playlist: Malia
The second Queen of Clubs story, Malia, is now widely available!
The exotic dancers and employees of the Queen of Clubs walk a fine line, with only wits, beauty, and market savvy to keep them from toppling into the shark pit. Ride shotgun through lapdances, romance, and sexual awakenings. Don’t worry, these girls won’t ask what your hands are doing under the tip rail.
A former ballet dancer turned stripper ends up in the wrong place at the wrong time. What could be worse than ending up in your first love’s lap…at his brother’s bachelor party?
Where To Buy:
Also available in the What To Read After FSOG Gemstone Collection, Part Eight.
I’m excited to share some excerpts, and Malia’s dancer playlist. In case you missed Cora, here’s an excerpt, and don’t forget to read it first! These stories are standalone, but some of the vocabulary has an easier entry point in Cora.
And… here’s Malia!
Love and Lapdances!
Super psyched by this, everyone! Malia is close to my heart, and she’ll be available exclusively in this collection through December 15th. Then, you can get her on her own.
Exciting news! Malia will release a little early as part of the WTRAFSOG Gemstone anthologies. I’m pretty psyched, since WTRAFSOG is a great source of recommendations, and has steered me to some amazing books. I’ve had a lot of fun with the amazing members of that community.
It’ll be widely available on its own December 15th, but exclusive in The Gemstone Collection until then. So get it for a great price, and meet several other amazing authors at the same time! Something to keep you occupied until Tori comes out, in January.
I’ll share a purchase link as soon as it’s available, but in the meantime, you’re all invited to come hang out on facebook for the launch party. Lots of giveaways, including some handmade wearable pretties I’ve been working on, and good natured pervy fun with an amazing batch of authors.
Love and Lapdances!
Okay- so a dancer’s playlist is a very personal thing. Sometimes, it strikes a balance between her persona and her clients- grown men don’t want to listen to Taylor Swift, no matter how confident her music makes the dancer feel- and sometimes it’s something that says a lot about the dancer.
Cora’s music is slow, sexy, and sometimes at odds with the club’s playlist. But it’s perfect for a night at home, with low lighting.
Janelle Monae Primetime
Of course we would begin with those two, since they’re her first set ever, and such a memorable one, at that. But it goes on.
Nick Cave Cannibal’s Hymn
Tom Waits Going Out West
Miranda Sex Garden Peepshow
Doja Cat So High
Lovage Strangers On A Train
Lovage Stroker Ace
Handsome Boy Modeling School I’ve Been Thinking
Tinashe 2 On
Lissie Mother (Danzig Cover)
DJ Logik Spider Song
Massive Attack Five Man Army
Pearl Jam Pendulum
Bastille No Angels
What’s on your dream playlist?
I’m so excited to announce that Queen of Clubs: Cora is now available for purchase. If you’ve preordered it, it should be on its way to you already.
I’ve had my hands full with revisions for the next Queen of Clubs story, Malia, and some other projects soon to be announced, so I’m a little behind on my celebrating.
We’ll kick the party off today though, and over the next few days, I’ll share some bonus stuff for Cora, including excerpts, a bonus playlist, and more!
Queen of Clubs: Cora is available from Amazon, iTunes, B&N, Kobo, and Smashwords.
Stay tuned for Queen of Clubs: Malia, coming December 15th, 2014.
Love and lapdances!
Okay, so I had fun with A Hooker’s Variety Show. It’s really well written, quite humorous, and even though it’s not really written for romance and titillation, it’s seriously worth a read.
Continue reading Review: A Hooker’s Variety Show
I’m a little late in sharing this news; I apologize for that. But I’m pleased to announce that Queen of Clubs’ first season is kicking off November 14th, with the release of Queen of Clubs: Cora. Advanced Reader Copies are currently going out, so if you are interested in reviewing Cora right at release, sign up here.
If you follow me on facebook, you’ve probably heard me talk about QoC in the past. It’s a series of standalone steamy romance novellas following different points of view among the staff of a strip club, as they go about their work and love-lives. Each entry is short- about 15k words. So perfect for chilly afternoons or, after that, long holiday checkout lines.
The road to publishing has been pretty long, and I’m looking forward to all of my work (and my man’s patience) paying off.
Love and Lapdances!
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All My Pieces is well worth a read.
A disfigured businessman falls hard for an enigmatic woman, and invites her to participate in all aspects of his life- even the kinky ones.
Continue reading Review: All My Pieces (The Stables #1), by CE Kilgore