Some choices have been made lately that really should be relegated to a different timeline. Good thing we have Chuck Tingle to help remind us that love conquers all (and maybe to teach us how to fix our timeline). For this quickie, we read “Escape From The Billings Mall: A Select Your Own Timeline Adventure” by Chuck Tingle. Can our hosts make the right choices to escape from the Billings Mall? And can we maybe get that beefy unicorn’s number? Listen and find out!
Is that a high-powered telescope in your pocket are you are just happy to…wait, how the hell did you fit a high-powered telescope in your pocket?! That’s right, dear listeners, our love is taking you to the stars because today we’re doing astronomers! On this celestial episode, we read “Cosmic Rendezvous (Kimani Romance Book 133)” by Robyn Amos, and “The Lady’s Guide to Celestial Mechanics: Feminine Pursuits” by Olivia Waite. For this cosmic voyage, our hosts discuss hair shenanigans, the finer points of needlepoint, and make believe cowboy sex.
Cosmic Rendezvous (Kimani Romance Book 133) by Robyn Amos
The Lady’s Guide to Celestial Mechanics: Feminine Pursuits by Olivia Waite
Well, November has ended, which means that so has NaNoWriMo 2020. Did our hosts reach their 50K word goal? Did they finish their novels? Have they been published already? Are they already best sellers? Why haven’t you read their best-selling books?! We answer these questions and more as our hosts reflect back on the month and their NaNoWriMo experience.
Patrick turned around and bent over slightly to grab his phone, exposing his shapely ass, orange in the candlelight. Cary was mesmerized by the slight movement of muscle as Patrick bent over. Before he could think, his body had spurred itself into action. He let himself drop to his knees (cringing internally at how his knees protested), and reached up to grab Patrick’s round cheeks and gently spread them. Normally he’d have taken the time to flirt and tease, but he couldn’t stand to wait. Patrick’s hole, pink and lightly dusted with hair, was impossible to withstand. So Cary dove, tongue-first, lapping between Patrick’s cheeks. Again, Cary was met with the faint smell of lavender and could’ve spent all night in the garden. Patrick had stiffened with surprise, but quickly recovered and pushed himself back against Cary’s face. Cary pressed against Patrick’s hole with his tongue, coaxing it to let him in. In an instant Patrick relaxed, and Cary’s tongue was surrounded by a tight warmth. He was drunk on the smell of lavender and clean skin, and the sound of Patrick’s pants and groans seemed to harmonize with the drumming of the rain above.
Finally, in deference to his protesting knees, Cary pushed Patrick forward slightly so that he tumbled onto the bed. He shifted into a squat and was able to get a better angle as he drove his tongue in and out of Patrick’s hole. Patrick reached back to spread his own cheeks as he titled his hips up slightly, letting Cary lick even deeper. Cary found a rhythm bouncing his head up and down on Patrick’s ass and would stop every now and again the shove his tongue in deep and swirl it around, eliciting moans and curses from Patrick. Cary reached up under Patrick as he lifted his hips so that he could slide Patrick’s cock to hang down over the edge of the bed. As Cary plumbed Patrick’s hole, now slick with saliva, he began gently teasing Patrick’s cock, rubbing the base of his thumb around and under the head. Patrick moaned and even whined slightly as Cary teased his cock, never lingering in one spot for too long.
November is almost over, which means that our hosts are in the final stretch of trying to write their romance novels. Has anyone fallen in love yet? Have there been throbbing members and budding nipples? Claire and Neil share how the processes is going for them, share some of their novels, and answer Christine’s probing questions.
It’s NaNoWriMo and our authors/hosts have made it half way! Today we check in to ask the pressing questions: How’s it going? Is it still going? Have our hosts written more? Or have they collapsed into piles of self-pity and tears? Only one way to find out! Our hosts share how they’ve been doing so far as well as answer another round of probing questions by Christine.
It’s that time of year again! It’s National Novel Writing Month! And to celebrate, Neil and Claire are both attempting to write romance novels! For this first check-in episode of the month, our new novelists check in about how things are going so far, answer some of Christine’s questions, and share passages from what they’ve written so far! Do these catty critics have the chops to write their own romances? Hopefully by the end of November we’ll find out!
Is that a bump in the night, or are you just happy to see me? Whether it’s the blood oozing out of the walls or the screams of tortured souls trapped between this realm and the next, there’s nothing quite so sexy as a haunted house! Which is why we’re bringing you this extra special, extra spoopy BONUS episode! This time around we read “Darkhouse (Experiment in Terror #1)” by Karina Halle and “Restless Spirits” by Jordan L. Hawk. On today’s ectoplasmic episode, our haunted hosts discuss sexy seances, spoopy self-esteem issues, and the pros and cons of when the butler did it.
Darkhouse (Experiment in Terror #1) by Karina Halle
Restless Spirits by Jordan L. Hawk
Here at FMK were all about opening up our…book covers, and gushing some…feelings. So today we’re doing Romance Book Clubs! To get our blood (and brains) going, we read “The Bromance Book Club” by Lyssa Kay Adams and “Meet Cute Club (Sweet Rose Book 1)” by Jack Harmon. In this stimulating episode, our well-read hosts discuss: tearing down the (literal) walls of your relationship; why it’s important to actually tell people that you have a book club; and the sexiest literature of all – feminist manifestos.
The Bromance Book Club by Lyssa Kay Adams
Meet Cute Club (Sweet Rose Book 1) by Jack Harmon
We try not to get political here at FMKlit, but we just couldn’t help ourselves! But, of course, we’re approaching politics through the most level-headed and straightforward medium: romance! For today’s special Quickie, we read “My Antifa Lover: A Riot of the Heart: Steamy Romance Against Fascism” by Jessica Stranger. Strap in, kids, because this book is as nuts as the current election cycle.
Ok, to be fair she’s a former romance novel editor. But we’re still so excited to interview Kristy Lin Billuni, aka The Sexy Grammarian. Our intrepid interviewers probe Kristy about how she found romance, how she became an editor of romance novels, and just how helpful motorcycle enthusiasts are. And of course there’s some FMK! Kristy is now The Sexy Grammarian, a developmental editor/writing coach, whose specialties include helping new authors grow. So if that’s you, check out her website: sexygrammar.com
Fixer by Sally Vedros
Thriving in Sex Work series by Lola Davina
Brown by Nancy Johnson James & Constance Moore
Cemetery Boys by Aiden Thomas
Polari – The Lost Language of Gay Men (Routledge Studies in Linguistics Book 1) by Paul Baker