Thursday, December 13, 2012

Tour: Fate's Wish by Milly Taiden (Guest Post)

What writing romance has done for me

I’ve become more outgoing. For a long time I was a quiet person that couldn’t talk to men. When I started writing erotic romance I noticed my ability to communicate with the opposite sex became much more…evolved. I could flirt, joke, and speak plainly to any man without feeling uncomfortable. WOW. But wait, that’s not all. 

I’ve learned to embrace my sensuality. When I started writing love scenes, I felt I needed to be more open, honest, and blunt. As my husband says ‘say what you mean and mean what you say’. I needed to say what I was picturing in a language that would capture the reader. And I also needed to know what I was writing was accurate. That meant some fun research.Hehehe. My husband will tell you he’s MORE than happy with my changes and research (at least that’s what he says to me). I think when I finally let out the inner erotic writer inside me, I became a new person. 

I’ve stopped trying to fit in and learned to accept myself as I am. For years I kept suppressing who I am because I was trying to fit into a mold that wasn’t for me. I’ve opened the door to Milly and she’s not going back inside the box. 
Writing romance is very freeing. I love it and would never change that. I tell people to be themselves. It’s the only way to live a happy life. Maybe it wasn’t writing, maybe it was something else for others, but whatever it was that has made them who they are today, they need to embrace it. 

You are who you were meant to be. The question is: what made you who you are today?

Fate’s Wish
Milly Taiden
Genre: Paranormal Erotic Romance
Length: Short Novella
Word Count: 14,727
Page Count: 74
Price: 2.99
ISBN: 978-1-939194-20-6
Heat Level: 3
The man she loves left her, but he’s the only one that can protect her.
Sharmila is a witch with a problem. Her magic is waning. And her lack of sex may have something to do with it. Her mother’s solution? Easy. Sharmila needs to get laid. Easier said than done, though, because Shar is still in love with the only man to make her melt, Zahir Darkwrath. Her missing husband. Her demon.
Zahir knows he’s a danger to Shar, so he’s done his best to stay far away. Darkness flows through his being, and when emotions run wild, destruction rages around him. And sex with Shar is definitely wild. Staying away from the woman he loves is the hardest thing he’s ever done, but hurting her would be far worse. So he’s astounded when Shar’s mother hires his company to watch over her.
Evil is heading Shar’s way, and Zahir is the only one who can stop it. To save her, Zahir will need more than control; he’ll need the power of his own darkness–which might be his undoing.
Buy Fate’s Wish here: Amazon - Barnes and Noble

Milly Taiden was born in the prettiest part of the Caribbean known as the Dominican Republic. She grew up between New York, Florida and Massachusetts. Currently, she resides in New York City with her husband, bossy young son and their little dog Speedy.

She began writing when she learned to put words together and her first book consisted of two homeless dogs living in a park for her second grade English class. She didn’t win a prize, but she acquired a love for writing that never went away.

When she’s not working full-time, texting with her best friend Heidi in England, chastising her son for pulling the dog’s ears, shopping with her sister Jewel or watching scary movies with her husband, she can be found writing on her laptop. She’s addicted to shoe shopping, chocolate and Dunkin Donuts coffee.

A major reader when she can get her hands on a good book, she loves reading all Mina Carter, Cynthia Eden, Cynthia Sax among others


Twitter: @millytaiden
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