Stepping out of my comfort zone, chatting with some very cool people

I’ve been told to “build my electronic presence” for whatever that means.  I’m already on Facebook, Twitter (JAPITTSWRITER), Livejournal, Google + and I have this blog.  I also blog every other week over with the fine folks of Genreality.  I’ve been interviewed on a dozen book sites and have guest posted in a few other places.  If anyone wants to share any social media magic, I’m all ears.

In an effort to increase my presence into new and uncharted territory, I’ve met this amazing woman — Gaye Ann Bruno.  Gaye Ann is not a shy person, let me tell you.  She knows exactly what she wants out of life and is not afraid to talk about it — anywhere, anytime.

I met her through my good buddy, Ken Scholes and I’m very glad for the introduction.

Gaye Ann has a full-time day job, like most of us, but on the side she runs this very popular podcast called Between the Sheets.  It gets like 60k downloads an episode or something crazy.  Gaye Ann and I hit it off on our first phone call and she decided to have me on the show.

I was a little nervous.  I’ve listened to a few episodes and they do NOT pull any punches.  As the name may clue you in, one of their favorite subjects is sex.  Gaye Ann and her fellow podcasters have no problem discussing any and all aspects of not just sex, but relationships and anything that happens to pop into their heads.

The cast is amazing with Gaye Ann Bruno, Lisette Azar, Durga McBroom-Hudson, Erica Spera, Sandra Valls  (all Facebook links).  They can be found at BETWEEN THE SHEETS podcast

Anyway, here’s the podcast where I’m interviewed about my newest book, Forged in Fire.  Be advised this is very much, oh, dear god, not safe for work or small children.

They riff for the first part of the show on some interesting, but explicit material.  You’ve been warned.  My interview shows up around the 21:30 time frame.  I loved the episode.  I’m just a little overwhelmed in parts.  You’ll probably figure out when.  Anyway, have a listen.

I think they totally rock.


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The wild ox; strength and power.


Creativity; words, music, and art.


The troll cross; wealth and prosperity.


The sun; energy, honor, guidance.


Personally earned or lucky wealth and prosperity.


The harvest; patience and promise.


The chariot; journey and travel.

Note: This is not the real book cover.