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Sunday, March 21, 2010

~~~ The Tombstone Bordello-B&B ~~~

Hello All~~~

I have been a bad, bad, blogger. And, after I promised readers and myself I’d post at least once a month. Sheesh! Well, I’m back on track. YEA!

My writing buddy Tami Sinclair and I took a fact finding trip to Tombstone, Arizona, in late January. It was a blast. While there, we stayed in the Tombstone Bordello (B&B), which was actually a working bordello in the late 1800s. The proprietors were wonderful. The breakfasts were tasty, the conversation great, and the beds totally comfy. I recommend it highly if you ever decide to visit Tombstone.

While there I learned all I need to know for my next erotic novel. It’s set in Tombstone, in a bordello of course. I know bordello life was often harsh and difficult. But the bordello that I’m writing about is one where the Madam is a shrewd business woman, fair minded, and careful with her employees. She also has an empathetic heart.

I’ve got the story in my head from beginning to end. Now I need to hit the keys, and flesh (ha) it out.

Onward, to the computer!!!
Belle***




9 comments:

Gabi said...

Sounds wonderful, Belle. I want a weekend away somewhere. Somewhere fun like you had.
--Gabi

Belle Sloane said...

I think you'd really like the place. :-)

sheley said...

Ooooh la la. It sounds wonderful! I can't wait to read this one. I love the concept of this story.

Lydia Parks said...

Sounds fantastic, Belle! I look forward to reading it. Now I'll have to visit Tombstone again.

Belle Sloane said...

Thanks for the comments, Sheley and Lydia. I'm loving this story idea. Can't wait to tell you about it. ;-)

Cat Lovington said...

Hi Belle,
Can't wait to read this one. Sounds delicious.

Molly Evans said...

way ooh=la-la. Sounds like a fun time was had by all.

Angel Barbin said...

Great concept. Have you written an historical before?

Belle Sloane said...

Yeah, Angel. The first book I wrote (1999 - YIKES) was an historical. Also, the novella I sold to Red Sage, Sweet Charity, is an historical as well. :-)