Alix Bekins lives and writes atop a treacherous hillside in the Santa Cruz mountains. Her days start with a cup of proper British tea, and end with crocheting ridiculous socks while watching TV. Alix is a sex-positive, kinky, belly dancing bisexual pagan. (The only reason "goth" isn't on that... show more
Alix Bekins lives and writes atop a treacherous hillside in the Santa Cruz mountains. Her days start with a cup of proper British tea, and end with crocheting ridiculous socks while watching TV. Alix is a sex-positive, kinky, belly dancing bisexual pagan. (The only reason "goth" isn't on that list is because she prefers purple or pink hair to black, and thinks absinthe is a terrible joke.) Her muses often wear the faces of her favorite celebrities and porn stars, but are nowhere nearly as cooperative.Alix is pretty sure she's the only person in the world who wears a plastic Viking helmet as a thinking cap when she battles writer's block. She always wins.Visit her at http://alix-bekins.livejournal.com/, http://www.facebook.com/AlixBekins, or contact her at email@example.com
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I dunno a whole lot 'bout this astrology business, but this book seems like it had some actual research put into it. I actually rather liked the characters and the way they interacted. And I love how the MC unabashedly complained about how much he missed sex.
This was a relatively short story with some light dominance/submission and an eventual menage (m/m/m) scenario.I actually enjoyed the character buildup, getting some insight into Rodrigo as we watched him develop a relationship with Ian, the librarian while lusting over Professor Sullivan, the man h...
Overlong, but gently paced, with moments of humor and hysteria both. A little pedantic and dull in patches—but just barely, and overall the slower tempo and repetitive date/dar complein/say-something-awkward-to-John vignettes establish a dreamy and hypnotic rhythm that was mostly mesmerizing and ple...
I only read Madeleine Urban short story so I won't rate the anthology.
1,5 stars.I didn't hate it - and that is pretty much the nicest thing to say about that book. It was not funny at all and the "banter" between the two MCs was so lame it didn't deserve to be called banter at all. I disliked Bailey, the genius, tremendously. It just grates your nerves to constantly h...