Tuesday, May 30, 2006

The Morning After - Kate Willoughby

My first book, Carnal Devotions, was released on Halloween last year. So when I heard my second book, Losing it, was scheduled for a Memorial Day release,I was so excited. Two holiday release dates!

I dragged the family home early from a weekend visit with my father. We were celebrating his seventy-second birthday, but I was determined to spend Monday -- the day Losing It was to be released -- on the Internet, announcing and promoting and crowing annoyingly, like a literary rooster. My website, my blog, all the loops I belong to, friends and family were to receive the news on The Big Day. But unfortunately, Murphy's Law prevailed. My cable modem went on the fritz! I was cut off from the Internet world, and damned if I didn't feel like a junkie whose supplier had gone missing.

Too late to make a long story short, but needless to say, I've been unable to do any crowing. I am posting this blog entry only because I'm holding my husband's assistant hostage while I hijack his office computer this morning. I just couldn't let my first "Morning After" on the SEx blog go by without a fight.

So, you are the first to hear that my novella, Losing It, is now on sale at Liquid Silver. I fondly call this book, "V is for Virgin," because there are two untouched maiden sisters in this light-hearted contemporary story. Unlikely, yes, but so is the possibility that vampires roam the earth. ;) Because of this double whammy of hymen-preservation, my question is this: When you lost your cherry, was it "good for you?" If you had to do it over again, what would you change?


Blogger Maria said...

Congrats on your new release Kate!

LOL I can sooo relate to your internet withdrawl. It is highly addictive.

My first time was good but I must say that afterwards I was like "What's the big deal?" Thank gawd it got better the more I did it. It was a great weekend. *s* The only thing I'd change is that I'd buy some lube.

2:45 PM  
Blogger Vanessa Hart said...

Good question, Kate. And the short answer is NO! It hurt, thank you very much. If I had it to do over, I'd wait until I was older and could prepare myself with more information. *LOL*


3:50 PM  
Blogger Vanessa Hart said...

I forgot to say, congratulations on the release of your second book, Kate.


3:51 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It was very ouching if did over, would ensure that there was much more foreplay.


9:26 PM  
Blogger Meljprincess said...

If I could do it all over again I'd change my partner. He sucked. And not in a good way. lol!

8:23 AM  

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