Welcome to my NEW Website!

Welcome to my new website! I think it's much more mainstream than my old website, with a lot more features. I will now be able to showcase new releases and contests. While I will no longer have a message board, I have this blog where I hope to keep you updated on what's happening in the wonderful world of publishing. Or at least, my little corner of it. Please take a look around and let me know what you think of my new website.

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I've read and reread and reread all the stories you've published. When recommending authors to others, you're always on the short list. The complexity of your plots, your characters, and the world in which characters live, as well as conflict that goes beyond "No, no, we shouldn't" raises the bar for the entire genre. Please say there will be more!
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Thank you, Colleen, for the wonderful compliments. Health issues - I had a heart transplant; my mom had a nasty bout with cancer in addition to currently suffering from RA, asthma, diabetes and major nerve damage to her lower spine, and now my husband has been diagnosed with vasulitis after months and months of suffering debilitating ulcers on his feet and ankles - have prevented me from immersing myself in writing, but I absolutely plan on writing more when time permits. Thank you for posting at my new website.

What the Critics Say

  • [The Men And Women's Club] is not what comes to mind when I think of erotica, although the sex scenes were really well done, and they basically talk about nothing but sexuality. Honestly, it’s so much more than erotica, because Schone tells a really fascinating story that deals with sexual repression and how dangerous it can be.

  • Awaken, My Love provides a refreshingly funny commentary on the time-travel genre. Elaine’s trials regarding chamber pots, makeshift maxi pads, and social sensibilities like unshaven legs underline such astounding oversights in other books that readers may never again be able to accept a sloppily written, unrealistic experience of waking up in another century.

  • Emotionally Believable.

  • There's a lot more than explicit sex—although there is plenty of that—to this frankly erotic romance, which takes a hard look at Victorian double standards and the penalties for women who ignore them and with feminist aplomb puts everything into perspective.

  • Schone again displays her talent for highly erotic scenes and descriptions—even without the sex. Before Rose and Jack engage in sexual play, their passion burns the pages. The research of 19th century marital laws and women's rights [add] texture to the plot.

  • ...Probably the first 53-year-old eunuch to be a romantic hero.