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Thursday, May 23, 2013

Ever fantasize about your pool girl?

I'm terribly behind on posting thing—hell, I'm terribly behind on everything thanks to being knocked out of commission by illness for a week. (More on that later, you lucky dogs, you. Or maybe not.) So I'll try to space out all the posts and news and whatnot.

First up: Sale! I've signed the contract and the editor—the ever-scrummy Alison Tyler—has posted the news on her blog, so I'm happy to report that my story "California Dreamin'" will appear in Shhh! Don't Tell Anyone... Erotic Fantasies about Sexy Occupations from Cleis Press. (What a great theme for an anthology!)

I haven't seen a cover or heard what the publication date is yet, but I wanted to squee anyway. Because it's my blog and I can squee if I want to!

Introduction: The “Want” Ads
Construction Worker: Grimy by Sommer Marsden
Cowboy: Bonanzed by Kate Pearce
Professor: O for Effort by Delilah Night
Chauffeur: Driver’s Seat by Sophia Valenti
Meteorologist: Warm Front by Heidi Champa
Physician: Doctors Orders by Sasha White
Delivery Boy: Just A Little Tenderness by A.M. Hartnett
Pool Girl: California Dreamin’ by Andrea Dale <-- font="" hey="" me="" s="" that="">
Book Binder: Rule of Thumb by Laila Blake
Baker: Kneading Lessons by Tilly Hunter
Personal Trainer: Work It Out by Elisa Sharone
Stage Manager:  SM Or How I Met My Girlfriend by Giselle Renarde
IT guy: Talk Nerdy to Me by Crystal Jordan
Porn Star: Current Photo, Please by Devin Phillips
Mechanic: Body Work by Cora Zane
Museum Curator: Under Her Auspices by Jeremy Edwards
Treat Vendor: Ice Cream Boy and Sprinkle Girl by Kathryn O'Halloran
Barber: Close Shave by Alison Tyler

Also, I just noticed on editrix extraordinaire Rachel Kramer Bussel's blog that the anthology Fast Girls, which contains my story "Flash!", has been translated into German. German-speaking fans, keep an eye out for Leicht zu haben: Heiße Stories (which translates back as Easy to do: Hot Stories).

If you want to read "Flash!" you can order an electronic copy from any of these fine establishments:
Amazon |  Barnes & Noble |  Smashwords
(Kobo to come—and if you prefer a Kobo edition, let me know and I'll bump that project to the top of my list!)

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