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About ten days ago I had mentioned I had been considering using a new pen name for my erotic endeavors. Now with about 55% completed, up from 49%, in writing my first erotic novella completed and having gotten ideas for two more stories [one of which I’ve typed my first page] I now find the need to use one more than ever, in order to separate them from all of my other endeavors. I’m planning on posting ALL of my reviews for erotic books on this site instead of selected ones regardless of their genres. In addition to this I want to interview any fellow erotic authors regarding their writing, dwelling into the nitty-gritty of it.

These are the four names I’m considering in using and I would love to get your feedback on which of them I should use:

Beverly Ann Rogers

Kathryn Heart

Samantha E Xavier

Susie Q Winston

THANKS for your feedback my dear followers and have a GREAT WEEKEND with your families !!! 🙂  🙂  🙂


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The holiday gift giving season is here. If you’re considering giving a book to your favorite bookworm or even to yourself then perhaps I can be of some assistance, I’ve got 444 reviews on Amazon from a variety of genres that you can check out.




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Many of you who have followed by blog know that I’ve written a MG/YA Paranormal romance as my debut novel entitled “I Kissed a Ghost.”

The thing is I’ve also self-published a second book entitled “Micro Fiction – An Anthology” which contains 100 Flash Fictions, the vast majority of which are only 5 sentences, with the longest having about 390 words. This book is quite different than the ones you usually read.

Well recently this book had received another 5 STAR review which I’d like for everyone to check out on Amazon.


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If you have a blog and would like to interview me for it I’m finally available. The reason I said finally available is simply because it has reached the point where I can take care of my OH’s needs on my own and will no longer need the home attendant to assist me. It has taken about 13 months to this to happen. It will now mean I can finally have access to my computer 7 days a week during the times I’m usually the most productive [about 6 AM-9AM] and [9 PM until I get tired and want to do to sleep. I will try to make myself available to do about 18 – 20 interviews a month.

If you’re interested, just leave your contact information here on my blog or send me a DM on Tweeter @MyPenNameOnly   I will create a listing on a first-come, first served basis.

If you’d like to know a little more as to who I am, please go to:



Robin Leigh Morgan









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It’s Memorial Day again, the time when remember those brave souls who made the ultimate sacrifice in service to our country. I felt the need to share two of my Flash Fictions for all those reading this to reflect on.


Leslie sat in the den of her home crying.

The tears which came flowing over her cheeks weren’t ones of sadness. They were ones of the bittersweet remembrances she got as she read the letters which her then future husband had sent her during his first assignment in the Middle East.

Theresa, Leslie’s daughter, sat by her mother’s side trying to console her, but to no avail.

Reluctantly, Leslie allowed her daughter to read the letters herself.

Sadness became infectious because these letters allowed Theresa to get to know the father she barely knew, as she now fell victim to the beautiful words in the letters as well.



The color purple covers the entire spectrum of life itself, from the richest of people of royal blood who flaunt it in their clothes they wear, to the lowly peasant who’s mourning the death of a loved one.

The color purple doesn’t make the person; it’s their acts which makes them the person. A person of royal blood who thinks himself better than those around him won’t receive the respect of those below his station, while a poor individual who regularly gives of himself will be treated in a manner normally reserved for a king.

The lack of selfishness must be maintained at all costs; and placed above everything else.

When it comes to war, an extremely small percentage of soldiers will wind up losing body parts or even making the ultimate sacrifice and place their lives above everyone else’s, an act of pure valor which can only be symbolized by a Purple Heart.

Although small in size, the Purple Heart is worth more than a hundred times its weight in gold, merely because of what it represents.


NOTE: The above two items, with a few revisions, come from my second book, “Micro Fiction – An Anthology,” which is a collection of 100 Flash Fictions, most of which got written as I wrote my first book and at time needed something to help me get through a case of writer’s block I had been experiencing.

This is NOT a request for anyone to buy a copy of my book.


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If you’ve noticed I’ve slowed down a bit in the posting of my book reviews. The reason is two-fold, one I’ve not been able to win as many books I used to last year and those I do win I’m slow in receiving. The second reason is I’m happy to say is that my dear OH has stopped using the wheelchair we have and is able to walk to get where we need to be. We’re still using a home attendant for bathing, dressing, transitioning out/into the bed, and from in/out of the wheelchair to watch the television as well as the nearby recliner.

I’m also glad that all this going on my ranking on Amazon is the best is has ever been; with 265 reviews, my ranking as of today is 5,536. So if you’re looking for your next book to read, you’re invited to check out my reviews at :


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New Year’s Day began marvelously for me, as everyone, the home attendant we have, myself went out to eat at the local diner, with my dear OH using a walker to walk to our car and then into the diner instead of a wheelchair for the second time; the first time had been on Christmas Day when we ate at an All-You-Can-Eat Buffet at a Indian restaurant about 17 miles from our home.

As soon as Lillie McFerrin will start up her Five Sentence Fiction website again I will be posting my response to her prompt word for the week. Her website was the inspiration for my decision to compile 100 of my response into my second book, “Micro Fiction – An Anthology” available on Amazon:  

I’m off to a great start with my second 2nd career as a Book Reviewer. As you can see I’ve already read/reviewed 7 books, and am waiting for the receipt of about 12 more. I now up to 234 books being reviewed on Amazon, and the three other sites I post my reviews on, and I looking at reviewing a total of 400 books by the end of the year.

 If anyone would like to interview me, just send me a private message.

Here’s to a VERY HAPPY and PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR to everyone and your families!!! 🙂  🙂  🙂


 Robin Leigh

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