At last, that’s how I feel. I’m in this mid-life slump. It’s not depression. I’m amazingly productive in my work life and my boss is leaving for a month-long vacation soon, so there’s breathing room. But my writing… it’s so slow, in such halting, annoyingly tiny increments that I feel like I’m not getting anywhere.… Read More Atlas, At Last
I have fantastic news. I was so excited it to discover it that I was slightly hyperactive and made these weird noises while at my desk. Mr. Sabine had to ask me what was wrong, but it was all worth it — he pre-ordered Ink Her from Amazon for the fabulous price of $2.99! Now, I know… Read More INK HER is available for pre-order
Female First published an article of mine today. It begins Why We Lust After Paranormal Heroes If I didn’t already have a spouse, I wouldn’t have time for one. Any current relationship success Mr. Sabine and I enjoy is due to patience and endurance. How’s that? Let me detail a typical American working mom-wife- employee week: work fifty-ish… Read More Why We Lust After Paranormal Heroes
I was interviewed yesterday at Romancing the Book, a wonderful book site for readers and writers alike. It was fun. Have you ever wondered more about me? Here’s your chance to find out a few of those extra little tidbits! You can also enter a Rafflecopter contest for a free Advance Review Copy (ARC) of… Read More Interviewed at Romancing The Book
Life has changed so much since The Second Sons was released in August. Geographically, we live hundreds of miles from where we did. We’re closer to family, Mr. Sabine has a new job, the golden girl has a new school and a new career goal (at twelve!), and the pup has aged into deafness. She sleeps… Read More The Troubled Knight Cover Art is Here!
I’m always amazed by how much fact can be written into a fictional book. Of course, erotic romance tends to concentrate on sex or sexual games or the emotional relationship between the protagonists. But underneath, almost all writers include a basis in reality. This underlying reality can help readers identify with the heroes and… Read More More Than Sex
A brief excerpt, at approximately 54,000 words, from an unpublished, unedited tale about Genevieve de Rothesay and Sir Peter Devon, currently using the working title The Troubled Knight: Copyright 2015 Elle Q. Sabine. All rights reserved. He’d tormented his cock and his young wife quite enough. It was finally playtime. Setting aside the sketchbook, he knelt… Read More Thursday Report (The Troubled Knight)