I absolutely adore reading the various articles that come up in my news feed. I know, I know, what algorithm is being used to put all those articles in front of my eyes! I guess it works to my advantage to do a lot of research on sex! So…anyway…the most recent article from Huffington Post,… Read More Who’s Better in Bed?
Over the last few years, there have been numerous discussions on Facebook about which term to use. Since learning that folks did not feel included, I’ve chosen to use all three tags in my blogs and try to remember to be inclusive in the language I use, regardless of the fact that most of my… Read More Lesfic, Sapphic, or WLW?
Okay, I admit it…Vibrators are one of my favorite topics to return to. So, imagine my delight when I ran across this article about…Vibrators! I immediately knew I had to share the information with everyone. I also learned something new when I went back to search for the article I read…there’s a search function that… Read More Myths on Vibrators
So…I walked into my living room and was minding my own business when I heard my wife laughing. She was watching a clip that Brandi Carlile posted about her family playing badminton. Brandi was laughing as her wife. She was using the term shuttlecock for what Brandi thought was a birdie. My wife weighed in… Read More Shuttlecock or Birdie
Unfortunately, I didn’t realize it was lesbian visibility week until it was too late. I was traveling for part of that time and didn’t devote enough attention to the week. I also missed the deadline to submit my books for Jae’s 100 books with lesbian main characters, even though every single book I’ve written contains… Read More Lesbian Visibility Week
It’s been years since I’ve been to New York. I barely remember anything about the city except how large Central Park is. I’ve always wanted to go to New York and attend a Broadway musical. It’s been on my bucket list for years. Finally, well into my sixties, we have the funds to do fun… Read More New York, New York
I came across a comment on Facebook the other day where a person was making note of how they did not like liars or individuals who make up fake stories (I’m paraphrasing here). Of course, it was the fake stories that toggled my teasing brain. So I had to respond with my brand of humor… Read More Professional Liars
I vacillated on what to write about today…going back and forth between podcasts and historical fiction. So in perfect Annette Mori fashion, like my romash novels, I’m combining the two and will do a quick blog on the history of podcasts. Full disclosure, don’t expect the exhaustive research that goes into historical fiction. Because let’s… Read More Podcasts
I’ve always loved the old Mission Impossible series. I used to watch that as a kid, and it must have made an indelible imprint on my brain. The premise of the series was to bring down corrupt politicians and dictators of third-world countries. The show was very much ahead of its time by featuring stories… Read More Suspension of Disbelief
For whatever reason, I have old songs running through my head lately…like the one from West Side Story. But old musicals aren’t the topic of my blog today. Instead, I wanted to talk about something that I read in a Facebook post. The other day I read a post that greatly saddened me. Apparently, an… Read More There’s a Place For Us…