Have to admit, I had a lot of fun writing this caption. It was kind of how I would tease someone into willing taking a spell and lets face it, who would need a little demon on your shoulder when you have something like this right in front of your eyes?
Thanks to Melina for her comment on the last cap :)
Now if you're still reading, I'd like to make a quick announcement. I don't know how many of you who take the time to read my blog are aware that Rachel's Haven produces its own fresh material for the TG/TF fiction market but they do and in my opinion what they already have put out there has been a resounding success.
This year the girls have been putting together a collection of short stories and novellas known as 'A Little Bit of Girl Time'. Each story is written by a member of the site and fully edited by the wonderful Rachel herself, the collection is a fun read for anyone. No matter what you're looking for, there is bound to be at least one story that covers those themes.
Now I read the first collection and let me tell you that I found it really enjoyable and some of those pieces were some of the best things I've read for a long time. Its easy to get absorbed into and since most of the material is brand new and made just for the collection, you won't be seeing it anywhere else!
Of course the question is why am I going on about this? Simple. The new collection is out now and available to buy either as the whole thing or as individual stories. I also have a piece published in this collection, so this is also a shameless plug for my own work. Hey its my blog after all ;)
Anyhoo, my piece is 'Web Of Darkness' a murder mystery set in a futuristic London. Here's the blurb as posted on the collection since i think Rachel did a great job at summing up the story...
The first part is available now and I'm working away at part number 2 ;)
All profits go to support the Haven so its a win all round. You get a selection of great stories and the Haven keeps running.
If you feel like picking up either the full collection or single stories from any of the published collections you can find them on:
Barnes and Noble.com
Trust me, its worth it :)
And so ends this advertisement!