I returned recently from a fantastic holiday at Golden Clouds, a luxury estate in Jamaica. I wrote about it on my blog and received numerous responses, so I wanted to share this wonderful place with a wider audience who loves travel, enjoys great food, and takes pleasure in the finer things in life.
In Classic Style is an online travel and lifestyle magazine that specializes in sharing a lifetime of world experiences and maximizing one’s available leisure time, enhancing the social life by sharing a “one stop shop” collection of recommendations related to Travel, Dining, Entertainment and the Arts.
I was introduced to the magazine by author, Justin Bog. I interviewed Justin recently, and now his book, Sandcastle and Other Stories, is releasing in print! Stay tuned for news about this shortly!
My sincerest thanks to Carl Christian, owner of In Classic Style for posting my article. You can read it HERE.
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Last week, I featured John Lee Hooker to highlight my book “Seduced by the Blues” and received a bizarre comment that had nothing to do with the post. Good friend and author, Justin Bog said to me, “People are strange” and suggested I use this song this week. Thanks Justin!
He’s right. People are strange.
As a writer of erotica, “strangeness” is not foreign to me. There is as much diversity in sexual preferences as there are people in the world. Strange? Perhaps, but that’s not for me to judge. My “normal” might be someone else’s kinky and vice versa.
“Act Three” is a complex story about people whom you might consider strange. It involves a director, an actor, and a woman who wants them both. I use my love of wordplay throughout, and you’ll find it’s quite funny at times. I wrote this to be playful because I think many adults have lost their ability to just have fun.
I’ve received great feedback on this story because it pushes the boundaries for what many readers find comfortable in erotic writing. Hope you’ll give it a try.
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Last week, I had the great pleasure to blog about my “Top 10 favorite albums that help me create.” It was posted to the wonderful site of author, Justin Bog. In case you missed it, please read my introduction to Justin HERE.
Justin was kind enough to get the article reposted to the online magazine IN CLASSIC STYLE, founded by travel expert Carl Christian.
You can read my article on the IN CLASSIC STYLE site HERE.
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I love when I meet a writer who is passionate about both writing and music.
Justin Bogdanovitch, (writing as Justin Bog) is a wonderful man I met through social media. He has an excellent, interactive blog where he writes about books, films, and his huge family of furry friends. I’ve had the pleasure of reading about his dogs, Zippy and Kipling; his cats, Ajax the Gray and Eartha Kitt’n (love that name!); and the full array of animals on his property in the San Juan Islands.
When Justin asked if I would write a post about music, highlighting ten albums that help me create — I was, of course, more than happy to do it.
He’s an incredibly gifted writer with his first short story collection: Sandcastle and Other Stories releasing shortly. His first novel, a psychological family drama, Wake Me Up is due later this year.
You can read my post My Favorite Top Ten Albums That Help Me Create List on Justin Bog – A Writer’s Life.
Hope you enjoy,
Justin with Zippy
Justin provides commentary and recommendations in Pop Culture as the Senior Contributor and Editor at In Classic Style.
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