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Monday, October 8, 2012

Nice review

Playing tomorrow, folks (I hope! Not taking anything for granted until it happens, lately). Meanwhile... there is a new book review site called We Love Our Books, and a friend (who prefers to remain nameless) has written a review of Late Bloomer, which can be found here.

It's a vanilla site, so the kink in the book is downplayed. Thank you to the writer for all the compliments. I particularly appreciate the mentions of my humor; that's always huge for me. :-)

Speaking of reviews, kids -- just a friendly reminder. My Late Bloomer Amazon page has 18 reviews up (and thank you again and again to those who contributed!), but more is always better in this case. Please, if you read the book and you liked it, stop by that page, rate it and write a little review for me? Pretty please? It doesn't take very long, it doesn't have to be very long, and every review helps.

The Fifty Shades parade continues. Every time I see a book display recently, there's a new book (or two or three) with a black cover, some sort of semi-sexy/kinky photo and a title along the lines of Bared to You, Hot in Handcuffs and Decadent. Lack of imagination, much? However, I do look forward to Law & Order: SVU's take on it -- you knew that was coming, didn't you? Apparently this Wednesday (Ripped From the Headlines!), an author of kinky fiction is doing more than just writing about erotic asphyxia. The TV clip shows a really creepy and sinister-looking dude smirking and saying to the woman off camera: "You need to be punished." Oooh! One of my buzzwords! Yes, I will be DVRing this one, because some rocket scientist at the networks moved L & O from 10 P.M. to 9 P.M. this year, where it now conflicts with Modern Family. I must have my Modern Family fix. You know, I'm old enough to remember the days before you could record anything from the television. They sucked.

Hope to have something realllly fun for you tomorrow night...


  1. Thought of you when I saw this. It's fun I promise.


  2. Jon -- you're right; that made me giggle! :-)

  3. Hi Erica -- I am keeping my finger's crossed,that you get to play tomorrow :-)I know you must be craving it.I am going over to Amazon to write a review about your book :-)I hope this time it let's me leave one cause last time it didn't UGH :-( Hope the problem is fixed.Much Love and hug's from naughty girl Jade

  4. Hi Erica -- I changed my password on Amazon and it said i could only write a review if i bought the book there :-( that SUCKS,Since i can't write it there i will write it here :-)Late Bloomer by Erica Scott,Is a must read it is VERY well written.I LOVED IT :-)I can relate to some of the chapter's in her book.I Love her humor,I could visualize what she was writing about,If you like spanking this is the book for you :-)I GIVE IT A 5 STAR RATING

  5. Jade -- I don't know why that is happening and I'm sorry. But thank you for trying. :-)

  6. Erica,

    I'm so jealous you're playing tomorrow! Fingers crossed!

    I'm going to pick up a kindle copy of LB... the sorry thing about digital copies is that you can't get them autographed! :)


  7. I can't remember what life was like before we got our PVR. It's magic! And yet would you believe we were terrified of it and insisted our two VCRs remain hooked up after we switched from cable to satellite TV (installation and the PVR were free for switching providers). Would you also believe that was only 4 months ago?

    I'll check out that book review site. Sounds interesting.


  8. Erica, what a beautiful review. Yes, she got to the heart of the subject matter, namely your early hard enduring life. Then ending with the more pleasant subject of overcoming these hardships, with 'bottoming out' so to speak later in life. You can be proud of that Erica. XXX Luv ya.

  9. SC -- I don't like the Kindle version; it doesn't have the beautiful cover Zelle made for me, and I couldn't figure out how to format the T of C, so I left it out. (sigh) Someday, I'll figure out how to fix those things.

    Hermione -- I have old tube TVs, so my cable and DVR are still wired and connected with my old VCR, because that's the only way my TV guy could get the DVR to work! I never use the VCR, though.

    Six -- I try to be. :-) Thank you.

  10. I hope you got to play tonight.

    The book review site sounds interesting.

    Very belated birthday wishes to John.


  11. Ronnie -- he will be here in 10 minutes (give or take, since the man is always late!) as I type. :-D

  12. I'm a regular viewer of SVU so will be sure to catch that one. I hope all goes well tonight!

  13. Lea -- oh, it did, honey. It most certainly did. :-)

  14. Erica

    Glad to hear that Late Bloomer can appeal to a wider audiences. I recently asked a very old friend about my recent blog postings.

    You Write Gud. that was his take. Well You Write Great! Just under the wire it is still today. Have Fun.



  15. Emanuele -- was your old friend Winnie the Pooh? :-)

  16. Erica

    Nah he is the artist responsible for my avatar, We go way back kinda like you and Zelle.