Out Now – Desert Heat by Lucy Felthouse (@cw1985) #erotica #romance #gay #mm #military

Jan 29

  Blurb Their love is forbidden by rules, religion and risk. Yet still they can’t resist. Captain Hugh Wilkes is on his last tour of duty in Afghanistan. The British Army is withdrawing, and Wilkes expects his posting to be event-free. That is, until he meets his Afghan interpreter, Rustam Balkhi, who awakens desires in Wilkes that he’d almost forgotten...

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The END

Jan 29

I reached the end of the first draft of Unmask You. I mention it every now and again that when I hit that particular milestone it really is always a massive pile of fuck. As the book stands now, it sucks. Nothing makes sense. Someone has like three different last names within a chapter. I reference shit I haven’t even mentioned in the story. At all. I give no bask...

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Fangirling My Own Work

Jan 23

“Do you re-read your books after they’ve been published?” I was asked the question a while ago. Some authors can’t read their own work after it’s been published. Makes them feel… weird? Dunno. Me? I’ve lost count the amount of times I’ve re-read my books. All my books. It’s different for me. I’m a fan of what I write, of the characters I write....

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Cover Reveal!

Jan 19

I’ve been away from writing for a while. Severe back pain had me unable to move much, so suffice it to say writing was not on the agenda. That put me behind schedule. Way behind schedule. Almost two weeks off. But I’m back. Not 100% better, but definitely good enough to sit at the computer again and get those words in. I’ve had to rethink some...

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On Tek & Quinn

Jan 06

I think I tried explaining how my mind comes up with the crap it does once. Once. That was all it took for me to know to never try to explain the unexplainable ever again. There’s no rhyme or reason to the way this mess works. I’ve given up on trying to make sense of it. I don’t really think long term in terms of how I’m writing. Like I can never tell you...

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