Readers love the fated mates trope. Yet, if you start digging, the whole notion gets a little bit more sinister than you might expect.
Rare Flower incorporates a fair few fairy myths, although accuracy isn't its concern. What does "real" fairy mythology look like though?
I took a fair bit of inspiration from Greek mythology when I was writing Rare Flower. Here, I explore some of the stories that were melded.
A lot of people do not "get" mpreg, which is fine. But it does bear further exploration: why IS mpreg a thing?
When people first encounter the trope, a lot of them have one question: how does mpreg work anyway? This post goes over the myriad methods.
So, perhaps optimistically, I thought I would do Camp NaNoWriMo last month. With my wedding over, being back from holiday, and getting over being sick, I thought things might settle into routine. This represents how my July went really well, actually! (rasik / Pexels.com) Reader, how very wrong I was. Editing Strikes Again Something that often happens in the summer is that I end up with a bunch...
On September 19, 2023, fated love is a nightmare, not a dream come true. Get a sneak peek at RARE FLOWER, a dark m/m fantasy romance.
Get a sneak peek at a new Cherry Pickett story, exclusively in ON THE PLEASURE PLANET, an m/m scifi romance anthology out 08/08/23!
It seems as though omegaverse has struck again, this time exposing the extent of plagiarism in AI databases.
I was super-ambitious in January and had lots of goals! Now it's July, so it's time to check in and see how I'm doing with those.