I'm just going to come out and say it: social media is hard. I look at people who manage to blog every day and or even twice a week and I'm amazed. Where are they getting this energy and creativity? I'm jealous. And lazy.
Anyway, I'm going to try to do better. We'll see what works for me: Twitter, Tumblr, LiveJournal, Facebook....
I'm crying a little inside right now.
But as a reward for staying with me, here's a peek at the cover to my latest, A Good Vintage, coming this December from Dreamspinner Press.
other news, Morgan James and I have been hard at play on a new project.
This is really breaking new ground for me, because for the first time
in, oh, a very long time (maybe ever?), my characters are getting it on
before page seventy. I blame Smith. He's a horny little bastard.
Anyway, here's a blurb about that.
Hard Feelings (working title)
by Ashlyn Kane and Morgan James
Blake hates conferences: too many people, not enough routine, and way
too much interaction with strangers. When he gets stuck in an elevator
with Miller Jones, the kid who fell asleep in his lecture, he figures
things can’t get worse. Then Rylan realizes he’s the same guy he just
spent an hour perving over from afar.
Rylan wants to await rescue
in silence, but Miller insists on conversation, or at least banter. But
just because they don’t get along doesn’t mean they don’t have
chemistry, and Rylan breaks all his rules about intimacy for a
one-time-only conference hookup. He’ll probably never see Miller again
So of course two months later Miller shows up at Rylan’s
office, having just been hired to work on a new computer program—with
And Rylan thought being stuck in an elevator with him was bad.
Rylan and Miller learn that they get along best when they take out their
frustrations in the bedroom. Their arrangement goes against everything
Rylan believes in, but the rules are simple: Don’t stay overnight. Don’t
tell anyone. And don’t fall in love.
This is probably a bad idea.