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Release now available at Amazon!

Sinfully Sexy says, “I have read and enjoyed Marie Sexton as a writer. But Marie Sexton writing as A.M. Sexton… I LOVE!!! The writing is flawless, a mixture of beautiful prose, darkened by the details of this cruel and evil world she has created. It’s smooth and it flows and somehow she creates a haunting experience. I was enchanted by this story told from Misha’s point of view. It was a truly excellent read and I want more!”

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BUY the paperback from Amazon HERE

Addendum: So, the ebook isn’t ACTUALLY available on Amazon quite yet. That’s what I get for trying to do ten things at once. Sorry about that! But rest assured, the ebook WILL be on Amazon very, very soon. 🙂

Release now on Kobo!

Release-500x750You can now preorder Release from Kobo.

Release is also available for preorder from B&N and iTunes. It’ll be on Amazon and OmniLit on June 24. (Although due to me being new at this whole self-publishing thing, the paperback is already listed on Amazon. I need to fix that listing — the blurb is all messed up — but the book is there, if you want to get it before anybody else.)

And don’t forget, I’ll have advance paperback copies at Denver Pride, June 21-22. I hope to see you there!

What’s Up for 2014, Marie?

Shockingly (except not really), I have failed to publish regular blog posts. Sorry about that. Time always seems to get away from me. I don’t have anything fun or witty to say today, but I thought I’d give an update on what you can expect from me next year.

As I’ve said on other occasions, 2013 was a terrible writing year for me. I had several releases (Family Man, Flowers for Him, Never a Hero, and Fear, Hope, and Bread Pudding), but they were all written in 2012. Up until recently, the only thing I’d completed this year was To Feel the Sun, which is itty-bitty and hardly counts. Partly it’s been lack of motivation. Partly it’s that I traveled too much (I haven’t been home for more than three weeks straight since May). And partly, it’s that I just didn’t feel like doing it, and I didn’t feel like forcing myself to do it, either. But, I’m happy to report that I’m finally back in the saddle and writing again, and I definitely will have some releases in 2014, although I don’t have any exact dates yet.

Normal Enough: This is a fun and sexy little novella about a car mechanic with an unusual fetish. It’s part of the Tales from a Garage Pax, coming in early 2014 from Amber Allure.

Roped In: Another fun and sexy novella, this one co-written with LA Witt. It’ll be part of Amber’s Viva la Difference Pax, also to be released in 2014.

Release: Yes, I’m finally going to finish the dark, kinky, semi-cyberpunk I’ve been wrestling with for a year and a half. It’s not done yet, but it’s damn close. There will also be a sequel or two, although I don’t know if the sequel(s) will be out in 2014 or 2015. I’m so excited about this book. There are parts of it I adore so much, I had to keep fighting to finish, even when it looked impossible. I’m absolutely giddy now that the end is in sight. I’m not kidding though when I say, it’s really fucking dark, so much so that some of my betas have suggested I publish it under a different pen name. I debated that option, but I’ve decided against it. Hopefully, my readers have learned by now that my muse sometimes goes in unexpected directions, and I like to follow. If you loved Blind Space, and/or the Oestend series, or if you adore totally broken heroes, this book is for you. I hope you’ll give it a shot. Exact release date TBD. (It will depend a lot on when Amber releases those two Pax novellas.)

So, that’s what I have lined up for 2014. Please note, there may be more than that (I still hope to finish up another Tucker Springs novel), but there at least won’t be less. Also, there will be two or three re-releases of books that are already available, but they’ll be leaving their current publishing house and moving elsewhere. I’ll deal with those when the time is right.

Thanks to all of you for your ongoing support. It means more to me than you’ll ever know. 🙂