Happy Compitalia!

January 3rd is the traditional date of the Compitalia festival, one of the oldest communal celebrations of ancient Roman religion. The festival honors the Lares, or the household gods and gods of crossroads. Above is pictured a lararium, the domestic shrine located in the home or place of business for regular sacrifices to these powerful and personal deities.…

Plotting jewelry

Plotting with my editors is way too much fun—for me!!! Sshh… I think I drive them nuts. 😉 Gorgeous inspiration for the gold bracelets that Gaius gifted to Simon when Simon was elevated to ‘favorite’ status shortly before Allerix arrived at the Campanian villa. This solid gold piece is in the MET, dates to the second century AD,…

Progress is sweet

Happy fricking frigid Tuesday! Sent off TWO draft chapters of Games of Rome to the lovely Molly and June for review and general badassery editing. \o/ Damn thing is 24K already and Gaius and Allerix haven’t seen each other again yet. Sheesh! I swear this book will be well over 120K, which is a very good thang. Onward… Stay…

Kickass Anthology is 25% off until 12/31

Check out these lovely posts and reviews for the Kickass Anthology at mmgoodbookreviews. Over a grand in hard cold cash has been raised so far to support our fellow author and bass arse, Eric Arvin. 😀 Don’t forget to pick up your copies of the anthology before the New Year! JPK

3000 Views!

How bloody wonderful. Thank you all for visiting my new author page. I’m penning a fun, sweet, sexy scene featuring Allerix and Nicomedes. I should have the draft chapter ready to share soon. You’ll also finally meet Gaius’s grandmother. 😀 And thank you to everyone who has purchased and read the first book in the Dominus series.…