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Updates on a few things...

The RT Booklovers Convention is coming soon!  I'll be there again this year, in Chicago, April 11-13. I'm looking forward to connecting with friends I made last year and meeting new people! This year five of the Nine Naughty Novelists will be there and along with the Smutketeers, we're hosting the Cover Model Karaoke party! Come sing along with hot cover models! Take home schwag! It's going to be so much fun!

The five of us Naughty Nine will also be doing a panel on social networking and using the group blog as a platform. We'll be talking about our experiences (not that we're world experts on social networking!) and how things have worked for us.

Also I'll be participating in a panel discussion on Erotic Romance, along with (OMG) Reece Butler, Kate Pearce, Lindsey Faber, Kelli Collins and agent Miriam Kriss. Should be hot!

If you're at RT I hope you'll get a chance to say hi and chat!

Other news...

I've been fortunate to get a few good reviews lately...

RT Book Reviews:

by Kelly Jamieson
Genre: Erotic Romance, E-book
RT Rating
This wonderful story is as much about family as it is the M/M/F and M/M relationships depicted. The connections among the characters flesh out a well-designed plot that is both witty and heart-wrenching.
Kaelin isn’t prepared for bad boys Tyler and Nick to come back to town for her best friend’s wedding. After a few drinks at the rehearsal dinner, Kaelin sheds her good-girl image and heads for Tyler and Nick’s hotel room. Not only does she instigate a threesome, she discovers the men are lovers — and comes close to neglecting her duties as maid of honor. Trouble comes once again for the guys as someone spots them at the hotel with a woman, bringing back long-buried memories. (SAMHAINPUBLISHING.COM, dl $5.50)
Reviewed By: Donna M. Brown

Booked Up Reviews said about One Wicked Night: "...I love the way the author makes you feel like it is happening to you and how Ms. Kelly Jamieson makes the characters so lovable and exasperating. Meanwhile, she makes you want to hit Tyler upside the head and tell him to talk to people instead of just letting them believe the bad instead of the good....This is a very good book which keeps you on the edge of your seat and a tissue in hand. Be sure that you are ready for a heartbreaking and heart-healing book before you read this one because it takes you the full circle of emotions all in one short book."

And for Rule of Three from Fresh Fiction :

"RULE OF THREE is a beautifully written modern love story. Much like modern design esthetics, it's deceptively simple, with clean and simple lines. While the erotica element is prominent, it is ultimately a romance that expands the definition of "couple" to include three people. I was drawn to the three main characters; they are strong, loving, independent, and utterly comfortable in who they are and what they want."
It's Friday!
If you didn't see this earlier this week, check out the review I got for my book Love Me at Dear Author. The review sparked a little discussion there, which is always good! Love Me was the first book I sold and the first book I published so it's a thrill to get such a good review for it at Dear Author!

AND...this week is the launch of the next serial story from Nine Naughty Novelists!! Check out Love's Savage Whiplash...warning! Do not consume beverages while reading! Spew alert!

There's a contest, too! Find out more here!
More reviews!
What a week! I got 2 more reviews for Power Struggle:

Fallen Angel Reviews  5 ANGELS and a RECOMMENDED READ
Bella said: "I cannot begin to tell you how much I loved Power Struggle! I loved the dynamic between Tori and Dev. ... Power Struggle is a thoroughly emotionally engaging, scorchingly sexy, deliciously kinky story and highly recommended to all readers, especially those yearning for a great BDSM read."

And from Book Binge:
Judith said: "Ms Jamieson has given the readers a very romantic story of two people who are exceptional at what they do, but who are floundering in their personal lives. They are multi-faceted individuals and therefore they are intriguing. Neither one is "easy" or uncomplicated. Their relationship would have been a challenge without the BDSM ingredients. But the reader sees two characters who value one another, are most definitely aware of the deeper connection between them, and who are willing to work at finding a way to be in one another's life long term...This is the kind of story that makes for good reading, in my opinion. There's lots to consider in this novel--lots in the back story and lots to consider about the merits of the BDSM lifestyle and how a personal relationship can affect its place in someone's life."

And I also got a review for Conference Call, which has been out for a while now, but what an awesome review!

Whipped Cream gave Conference Call 5 CHERRIES!
Honeysuckle said: "This little novella was such a fun read. Ms. Jamieson tapped into a real life common man’s (and woman in this case) fantasy and made it sizzle. Her character building is strong and the plot, while simple, is well developed. Both Kenzie and Noah were such “real” people with relatable insecurities and desires. I couldn’t put Conference Call down and I think you’ll enjoy this quick read as well. It’s sweet, it’s sensual, it’s a can’t miss!!

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