Lyssa Dering

M/M author and trash connoisseur

Review: MAX by Bey Deckard

About the Book

Max CoverGenre: M/M Contemporary Psychosexual Thriller

Fresh out of school, Dr. Crane takes on a new patient who both intrigues and unnerves him. Charming, manipulative, and amoral, Max has exactly the sort of mind Crane finds himself drawn to with fictional characters.

As Max weaves himself into Crane’s life, Crane realizes that while fiction might be safe, Max certainly is not.

When the professional line between them thins,

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Review: 7 WITH 1 BLOW by Caraway Carter

About the Book

7w1b_coverGenre: M/M Contemporary BDSM (Non-Romance)

When Taylor Little, who styles himself “Dom Seven,” is unwillingly taken into custody by the Cadre, he is put between a rock and a hard place. Either he will go to jail for his abuses against the local BDSM community, or he will accept retraining from the bottom up, learning to be a slave before he ever lays a flogger on another human being again.

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Writer Resources: Podcast Recs

September 14, 2016
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For some reason, I’ve been under the impression that everybody knows about the podcasts I know about. I keep finding, however, that that isn’t the case. So here’s a list of my favorite podcasts, all of them centered around fiction and/or the publishing industry.

Indie Publishing

The Creative Penn Podcast
Joanna Penn is single-handedly responsible for me being an indie author at all. I’d never listened to a podcast in my life when I came upon her interviews on YouTube.

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COVER REVEAL: Breaking Hell’s Rules

If you follow me on Twitter, you know I’ve got a genderqueer demon romance in the works. It will be available for pre-order very soon with a release date slotted for October 10, 2016. Scroll down to see the cover!

About Breaking Hell’s Rules

When succubus Reth finally meets their soul quota and gains freedom from Hell, they decide to take up residence in New Orleans. Immediately they discard the body they’ve been wearing since 1952 and slip into something a little more virile,

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