Tuesday, January 8, 2013

Something New Something Naughty Blog Hop

I love the title of this blog hop. Something New Something Naughty Blog Hop. It was like divine intervention. I knew I had to join. Even though the New is about the New Year, it reminded me of something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue, which reminded me of weddings.
 
 
 
Am I losing you? Stay with me. Weddings made me think of my 2011 debut erotic novella, Stormy Wedding. It's not new, but it is naughty. And I never get tired of looking at the cover.  
 
 
Like the old saying goes, everything old is new again, and that's the case with Stormy Wedding. It has recently been released in Ellora's Cave Branded line print anthology, Wedded Bliss (also a great cover).
 
What do you think of anthologies? Is it a great way to discover new authors or favorite reading subjects or not????? Leave me a comment (with your email address) and I will enter you in a random drawing for a print copy of Wedded Bliss (US only).
 
Book Description:
USA Today Bestselling author Jaid Black and other amazing authors present five stories that prove sex is anything but stale in the marriage bed! Subjugated by Jaid Black Getting Naughty by Kristin Daniels Stormy Wedding by Kelli Scott Going All In by Sky Robinson down to Business by Dena Garson
 
Don't forget to check out the other awsome blogs and giveaways on the Something New Something Naughty Blog Hop.
 
 
 

44 comments:

  1. I love anthologies. Thanks for the giveaway and can't wait to see what 2013 brings!!!!!!

    readingdiva@ymail.com

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    1. I do too! Someone gave me an anthology on zombie romances. Anthologies are a way to find several different takes from different authors on the same genre. Even if it is about zombies.

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  2. I really enjoy a good anthology I like reading a whole bunch of authors I may not know yet, gives me new people for my TBR list LOL
    mawmom at gmail dot com

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    1. Nothing better than finding a must read author.

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  3. what yummy covers, love your books, I love love love a good anthology.
    vera28546 at yahoo (dot) com

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    1. Thank you! I love my covers like little children. Naughty little children. Wait! That sounds wrong. I guess I love them like book covers.

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  4. Hi Kelli,

    I actually like anthologies that contain several short stories from the same author. The problem I have with anthologies that showcase several authors is I might like one or two stories and the others I don't like at all, so I actually prefer finding a favorite author and buying all of her or his stories. I have discovered the best way to find an author is through free reads(through online retailers like All Romance Ebooks or from my local library). If I like an author's free read, it is likely I will buy everything in print or ebook. It's probably just me who shops like this but it works for me.
    Cheers, Susan
    susan_francesny[at]hotmail[dot]com

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    1. I think free reads are a great tool for authors to find readers and vice versa.

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  5. I love to read anthologies! Thanks for the chance to win.

    hms7213@comcast.net

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    1. Thanks for stopping by and entering the drawing.

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  6. I love anthologies! I've been introduced to so many new to me authors from reading them.

    Thanks for being part of this awesome blog hop and best wishes and continued success in this new year.

    Christine S
    cms72023 at gmail dot com

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  7. I do enjoy anthologies for discovering new authors and to get a taste of what they write but I still love full length novels best :)
    Thanks for the awesome giveaway!
    cassandrahicks1989@yahoo.com

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    1. I love to hunker down with a novel, but with my erotic...I like 'em short and naughty. Thanks for visiting.

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  8. I like anthologies once in a while. I like to be introduced to new authors via familiar authors, but after reading the short stories I find myself wanting more and felling a little cheated because the story was too short.
    sbereza22 at gmail.com

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    1. It is a challenge to write a satisfying short story. Thank you for stopping by.

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  9. I do like reading new authors. That's why I like the blog hops. Keep writing so I can keep reading. Thanks for being in the blog hop.
    roya-clan@sbcglobal.net

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    1. Thanks for participating. Without readers we have no reason to write.

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  10. Those are nice covers! I like anthologies on occasion. I generally prefer novels, but will pick up an anthology when there's a story by an author I know I like.

    dancingcelt at gmail dot com

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  11. Thank you! And thanks for stopping by.

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  12. Reading anthologies is a good way to find new authors.
    bituin76 at hotmail dot com

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  13. I love anthologies. I've found authors to love that way.

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    1. I agree. It's easier for me to commit to a shorter read from an unknown (to me) author instead of a novel.

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  14. I do enjoy reading anthology's, usually they have at least one author that I already know. I do enjoy meeting new ones.
    Z
    seawitch reviews at yahoo dot com

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  15. I feel honored to be in the company of the other 4 Ellora's Cave authors and hope we can spread some love to each other's fans.

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  16. i love them and it dose help you get a small glimpse into a biger series you may like
    kaholgate at ymail dot com

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    1. Yes - Wedded Bliss is all Branded line series stories, which are married erotic. Some people may shy away, but I love that the romance and sex doesn't end when the marriage begins.

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  17. This is one of the most gorgeous covers....I am in love with it!!!!

    josiehink122026(at)gmail(dot)com

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    1. Me too, Josie. I was afraid there would be naked bodies all over, but no, it's classy.

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  18. Anthologies are great for discovering new authors. But I hate when they have a story in a series and it is not marked. I am a little OCD when it comes to reading series in order!
    Thanks for hopping!
    grapeapril75(AT)gmail(DOT)com

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    1. Agreed. I have not written a "true" series, although I hear readers love them. If I did, I think I would write them so they would stand alone. Me I'm think I'm too ADD to write a series. I'm off to the next big adventure.

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  19. I like anthologies. I'm able to read one complete story before bed. Each is self-contained and a great "quickie" in the evening.
    catherinelee100 at gmail dot com

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    1. e to read before bed too, but you do run the rist with a novel of getting caught up in it and before you know it, it's tomorrow.

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  20. Greetings, Kelli,

    Thank you so much for participating in our hop! Divine intervention! I'm flattered!

    Congratulations on the EC re-release, too.

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    1. Thanks for letting me join in. I'm loving the blog hop craze.

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  21. Hi, Kelli.
    Nice to be in this hop with you.

    I love anthologies. Great way to read different takes on a similar subject!

    donna_michaels@ msn. com

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    1. especially if it's a subject you gravitate to: shifters, vampires, whatever a reader is in to.

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  22. That is an amazing cover!

    Thank you for participating in our blog hop. :)

    ~Jen

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  23. I love anthologies. It helps you find new authors and gives you a different perspective on the genre.
    lauratroxelatyahoodotcom

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  24. Hi! Happy New Years! Anthologies are great! Its a great way to discover amazing new authors. Thanks for the awesome hop and all the giveaways! This is so fun! Thank you!! Have a great day! Best wishes and many blessings to you!
    shadowluvs2read(at)gmail(dot)com

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  25. I like anthologies, it gives you the chance to meet new authors and old favorites, plus if you like a certain genre or theme, like weddings or cowboys, you get a bunch of stories guaranteed to revolve around that theme, which is a bonus.

    tiger-chick-1(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  26. We have a winner! Carin, and her book is in the mail (shortly).

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