It’s NaNoWriMo time again!


It’s NaNoWriMo time again!! Bring on 1st November!

So it’s actually officially Prep-tober (October) and I’ll be re-reading my WIPs so I can jump head first into them from 1st November.

This year I’m trying to finish some outstanding items:

  1. Finish my hucow erotic novella (current wordcount: 3k words) approx 10k to write.
  2. Finish BrainDance (current wordcount: 75k words) approx. 20-30k to write.
  3. Finish Bred for Life (current wordcount: 70k words) approx. 20-30k to write.
  4. Start a new kinky erotic novella. Aiming for approx. 15k words.

Are you doing NaNo? If so, what will you be doing?

Wanted for Pleasure, Trained for Sin free on kindle!


Wanted for Pleasure, Trained for Sin by Katt Pemble

My self-published kinky erotic novelette will be free to download on Amazon!!!

You can pick up my 53 page BDSM menage story at Amazon for FREE on kindle from Thursday October 22 12AM PDT through to Monday October 26 11:59PM PDT.

If you grab yourself a copy please leave a review on Goodreads and Amazon. I’d love to know what you think.

Wanted for Pleasure, Trained for Sin


Wanted for Pleasure, Trained for Sin by Katt Pemble

So, I did a thing…

I self-published my kinky erotic novelette on Amazon!!!

You can pick up my 53 page BDSM menage story at Amazon for $0.99 on kindle or if you’re in the US or a few other countries you can order paperback copies for a few $$ more.

If you grab yourself a copy please leave a review on Goodreads and Amazon. I’d love to know what you think.

 

 

Gender bias in writing and characters


I stumbled across an interesting article written a couple of years ago about gender bias in writing, characters and, in fact, quite a number of creative aspects.

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As a contributor to the Australian Women Writers Challenge, I feel this is a very important issue to not only remedy, but discuss widely and openly.

Sydney Morning Herald Article

What are your thoughts?

Article: The power of books


Why do we write? Why do we read? And is the answer to these questions the same?

Creative, by definition, is characterised by originality of thought. Why then do we, as writers, put pieces of ourselves into our work? Are we saying that our thoughts and ideas, and by extension ourselves, are original and therefore worthy of consumption by the reading population?

What makes you you?

What makes you you? Are your insides unique?

 

The answer appears to have as many facets as the original question. Continue reading