MCQ is taking a break in 2020!

The title says it all, but I wanted to share with you why I’ll be taking a break from writing next year. Many who know me know that writing has been a side career for me. It is a passion I hold dear, but it doesn’t pay the bills. I have been working in an …
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Fantasies… Labels… CHOICES… OH MY!

For those who visit me here and follow me on social media, you know that I write. I write FICTION and yes, I write some unusual stories that some agree with and others do not. I have come to realize that I cannot please everyone and I am okay with that. I receive email and …
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Impatient and Excited! New Releases before the end of 2019.

With the holidays right around the corner, my longer pieces are just about ready for release. These are not like the short stories I put together. They take a little more time to build the right characters, settings and situations. Which also means they need more time to edit before I release them to the …
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MCQ’s Soapbox: Fetishism, Eroticism or Transphobia?

For many years I have considered myself to be different. It has taken a long time to accept the person I have grown up to be. Lately, I have been noticing a number of twitter posts and even direct messages telling me to stop fantasizing the world I have come to love and respect. Being …
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The Fear and Anticipation of that first Outing

This holiday season, I am reminded of the emotional roller coaster we all go through. The anticipation and excitement are also combined with levels of fear and depression… and for those of use who are “different,” the fear and depression are overwhelming. I found my earlier days filled with isolated joy because I made it …
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#StopTheIgnorance – Transgender does not equal Drag Queen

I’ve been neglecting my web site for a while and I am sorry about that… Busy time this holiday season, but this time of the year tends to bring out more of the depression in people one emotion also tends to bring out other emotions and opinions – even those people want to try and …
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Excited about the latest book in the MCQ Library

Hacking the Human Condition (Scheduled Release October 2018) #Transgender #Erotica #Suspense #Romance #Hypnosis Super psyched about my latest book!  It started with a lot of sissification and femdom, but as the story started to take shape, I realized those aspects were for a different group of characters.  I replaced it with a little more suspense …
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Research interview went in a different direction

As a very private person, it takes a lot to get me to talk about my writing face to face – especially in the states.  Europe is a little easier since I am not in the cities for a very long time and I can doll up and be myself.  So doing an interview in …
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Hate what you understand

Being in the closet, I am probably not the best person to have a viewpoint on those who choose to live their life “exposed” to the world, but as a human being and an intelligent one at that, I have become very observant and what I saw this week – while not something I hadn’t …
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Time to retire titles in the bookstore

As the direction of my writing moves back and forth, I had to make room on the author page at Amazon.  As a result, some of my older stories are going to be retired.  They won’t be gone forever, and may resurface as part of a bundle set in the future, but some titles are …
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Calm After the Storm

It’s been a few days and my biography is out for the world to read.  I admit that the last few weeks have been very difficult emotionally.  It became hard to concentrate on anything else except the book.  Now that it is out, I feel a sense of relief, but also a little bit of …
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Inspire and Motivate Me… What would you like to read?

I always write what I have experienced or what I have researched. I have a number of working titles that I am building stories around, but always enjoy hearing from other authors and readers… and ESPECIALLY MY FANS!  

Developing Characters – A Response to @VStilesErotica

I was taking a break from writing this week after spending a lot of time on the update of my autobiography. I needed to decompress a bit and spent a little more time reading than writing. I came across Veronica Stiles, another writer and while reading a couple of blog posts, I saw one that …
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I can’t believe what I just read… Wait I wrote that?

I have been considering a re-release of my first book.  The autobiography that I wrote a few years ago was originally written with a purpose and profit was not on the agenda.  Since then I have written a lot – well over 40 pieces and after some gentle pushing from friends, I am close to …
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Desires and Risks… Tough choices for #girlslikeus

decisions… Decisions… DECISIONS. The thoughts of the last few days have created a quandary for me.  I released a new book that has gotten some very nice reviews so far, which is obviously rare for the genre I write about.  What’s strange this one is that it brings me to a crossroads.  I started writing …
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From Smut Writer to Fiction Writer – A Response to a Book Club Member

I am always looking for feedback on my books and stories.  While they are not easy to come by because smut rag writers tend to draw a very private audience, every now and then one comes along.  That was the case yesterday when I received this review of my book A Victim’s Revenge – Missing …
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Success is built around honest friends

The last few weeks have given me time to think about a number of things. As a fiction writer and a writer of erotic tales, it’s important that I tell an “entertaining” story and at the same time, not sell out to those who want something so specific it questions my integrity as an independent …
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Censorship at Home

I get it… sometimes, people make noise and it can offend others in one way or another, but that is what’s great about the United States or at least it was up until recently. Let me explain… This may not mean much to most of you, but it really struck a nerve with me.  I …
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A New Book and a New Outlook

This was a rough 2017 for me.  I dealt with a number of issues – Family issues, career issues and like most of us money issues, but the hardest part of 2017 was taking a stroll down memory lane.  With more time on my hands than I would care to admit, I began cleaning out …
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Writing is more about patience than creativity

I had a few new readers reach out to me and it was strange that they had questions that were very similar.  They asked me about my inspiration and thought process when writing. Normally, it’s a feeling I think all authors get that triggers the writing “itch” that we all feel the need to scratch.  …
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Being Published… Is it just about the numbers?

I have been publishing work for a little over a year now and have found it very gratifying.  The draw to my work by readers could be better, but when you consider I only advertise on twitter and the web site, the interest is really more than I could have hoped.  It did however get …
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US… UK? and Beyond – What is the issue with eBooks outside the US

I am growing increasingly frustrated with Amazon right now.  So much so that I putout a feeler on social media to see where readers were getting their ebooks from (Kindle or iBooks).  The unanimous response was Amazon Kindle – which frustrated me even more because of the problems I was having. I recently got wind …
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Self Publishing Can Be Self Aggravating

I started publishing my short stories and books a little over a year ago and while I have been very happy with the interest and feedback I have received, I have to admit the process is a pain in the ass sometimes.  What I should say is the process is fairly simple, but the waiting …
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