“i’m skeered.”

“i’m skeered,” says the little voice in my head.

Wanna know why? I’m trying something new. Something scary.

I’ve mentioned I’m working on a few books. I’ve been peddling them to different publishers and I’ve got one pretty close to done.

The only thing is it’s not going to be easy to get it published in the traditional route. Why? Because it’s about sex.

And you know how much Christians like to talk about sex. At least officially – I don’t know any young Christian woman who doesn’t like to have a good sit down every now and then to discuss what’s up with down there

Specifically a humorous take on the bizarre activity of intimacy and what God has to say about it. It’s targeted toward the young woman newly engaged or married.

And I’ve gone and done something crazy – I put it on Authonomy.com.

Authonomy.com is a website for authors who want to share their work with the world. If their books get ranked highly, put on the “favorites” lists, etc. of the other readers at Authonomy, they hit the attention of editors, agents and publishers around the world. It’s free, it’s fun.

Now I need your help.

Would you visit Authonomy and leave your opinions and ranking? Here’s the link to the book, Badonkadonk: and other things that make you blush.

Take a gander yourself, rank it, then share it with your friends and such.

But please don’t tell my mom. Her sense of Southern Lady would be highly offended.

I promise you’ll laugh. I promise you’ll blush. And I’m hoping you’ll love it.

Thank you.

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3 thoughts on ““i’m skeered.”

  • October 26, 2011 at 2:11 pm

    Back when we were first married the books available to us were very limited and very traditional. No discussion of the different forms of activity. Pretty limited to sex for procreation, not recreation..

    Later some of my youth group were getting married and asked me about certain activities and if they were allowed. I referred them to Song of Solomon and told them that anything they did that they were comfortable with was fine. They were so relieved.

    We finally had to go to books outside of the “Christian Community” because neither of us had a clue and it showed.

    Glad you are doing this. I will read it and I am sure enjoy you wit and wisdom. Good luck on your publishing adventures.

  • October 27, 2011 at 8:30 am

    Ok, I did it! But who in the dickens is Amy Ainsley and why is she assuming your identity??

    • October 27, 2011 at 8:35 am

      Amy Ainsley is the name I came up with on the fly when I panicked thinking strangers were going to think I’m a sex fiend and track me down. I’m a paranoid chicken. Oh. And my mom can’t find me if I write my racy material under an assumed name. 🙂


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