Saturday, October 15, 2011

Ocotober Newsletter

What Jude's 
been up to:
Happy belated Thanksgiving to all you Canadian readers! I hope you all had as spectacular a day as I did. My son and his family entertained all the in-laws! OMG! What a brave pair. We really had a lovely time and yours truly got into the Sambuka. If you like licorice, it's a liquor you should try. It's wonderful!

As you all know, I've been really struggling for the last few months, if not more, with writer's block because of the condition I've developed. Nothing much has changed and I've decided, after a lot of discussion with my husband, and some tearful searching on my own, to simply give myself some time away from the craft. This really has been an enormous decision for me. I have been writing for as long as I can remember, and to not have that spark in my life is enormous. I won't simply walk away, I don't think I could ever do that. But, as of this writing, the last new release, Jazz, will be coming out in January 2012. Doc and Jazz will be put into print later on, and I will definitely be around to yodel about it. I'm also hopeful I'll be able to get out a short story or two, perhaps even more than that in the near future.

Sounds ominous there, doesn't it?

Let's hope this is just a temporary set back... an extended vacation, or a hiatus that will see me back in a month or so with a myriad of new ideas and the stamina to write them! Yes, I do like that.

Having said all that, I plan to make this newsletter a quarterly thing, for now. So, that means, for the next two months, there won't be a Wanton Quill in your mail box, but there will be one in January. I'll continue like that, unless things change. If I do have news, new book, writing picks up or something I'm sure you'll want to know, you'll receive a special notice in your email. I'll also be around in the groups, litergagasm, theeXfactor, my group and a few others I poke around in. Please, don't be shy, if you do catch sight of me, say hi. I'd love to chat with you all.

On to what's happening. Jenna Byrnes and I are again working on the next enstallment of our Kindred Spirits series. You may recall my mentioning the title, Frankie's Flame, to you a couple of months ago. Well, it's back in the 'working on' folder, so cross your fingers. LOL  I'm also working on editing a book for her, as well as wading through the pile of stories from Darker Pleasures.

Now to my animal friends: The bucks are heading into the rut. Heck, they're pushing at each other and anything that's not nailed down. It's an interesting time for them, and for me. The weather is getting colder, the leaves are changing, and the animals seem to move so easily into their next season. I've got at least 8 raccoons visiting now, and one who seems to have moved in. He spends a couple of hours a day lounging in the yard, then filling his tummy with whatever cat food he can beg from me. Everyone is doing well. Let's hope the winter is kind to them all.

New releases:
Jesse's Homecoming
Publisher: eXtasy Books
Genre: f/f, western, romance
Genre: f/f, western, romance
Jesse returns to the ranch to find her lover, Meg, in trouble—raped and beaten by her ex. It's up to Jesse to rescue her and to see that justice is done.
Peeping Johnny
Publisher: Darker Pleasures
Genre: Erotica, BDSM, Fetish, F/f
Life in the city was great. With buildings crushed against each other, his curvy, kinky neighbor lived just a few feet away. Separated only by two windows that gave him a hell of a view, he enjoyed a nightly show of tortured female flesh and masturbation. But on this night, just when his peep show had passed from clamps to needles, another woman walked into view. That's when it really got good.
Sam, the Man
Publisher Total E-Bound
ISBN: 978-0-85715-639-6
 When Gregg Jackson’s wife passes away after a prolonged illness, can the care giving, flamboyantly gay, Sam Nicholson, convince him that being a bad boy is a good thing?

Contest information:
September's contest question was: Which anniversary did my husband and I just celebrate?

I have to say, the response was wonderful and the well wishes were even moreso. Thank you all for taking the time. The winner of the contest is:

Congratulations Cheri and thank you so much. Would you please email me at  and let me know which of my backlist of ebooks you'd like.  If you're not sure what's on my backlist, here's where to find it:


October 2011
Edition #77

Where's Jude:

My Blog:



Google +

GLBT Bookshelf:

The eXfactor on Yahoo

Infinite Possibilities:

Books We Love Spice:

The Romance Studio:

The Romance Studio
Blue Blog:

The Rainbow Studio Blog:

Total E-Bound blog: 
(14th of every month)

*frequently felt blog:

Jacob's Pony, reviewed by Tina of Two Lips Reviews, had this to say: I would love more in this world Ms. Mason created. I think it has potential for many more interesting and thought provoking stories and would love to see where it can go next.

To read the rest:

Sam, the Man, reviewed by Serena Yates of QMO, had this say: This is a story that, I suspect, will polarize people.

To read the rest:

Sam, the Man, reviewed by Greendragon of Nightowl Reviews, had this to say: For a short story, Sam, the Man by Jude Mason, was very intense and emotional.

To read the rest:

Website Updates
Oh yeah! I've done some updating, cleaning up and also added to my backlist. Also, check the cover art page, I've added a couple of new ones that are simply awesome.
Blog Guest

Every Wednesday, I have a surprise guest on my blog, and it's turned into quite a show. If yo'd like to check them out, visit my blog:

Sept.7 -Karenna Colcroft
Sept.14 -Caitlin West
Sept 21 -Marc Jarrod
Oct. 5 -Justine Dark
Oct.12 -Amy Valenti

Oct. 19 - Tex
Oct. 26 - Trinity Blacio
Nov.2 - Rose Anderson
Nov. 9 - Imara Jade

My Publishers
Total E-Bound

eXtasy Books


Untreed Read

Noble Romance

Logical Lust

Darker Pleasures

Sizzler Edition

And there you have it, another month gone and one more newsletter put to bed. I hope you enjoyed learning a bit more about me and the work I love so much. Take care and be well, and I’ll see you again in a couple of months.


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