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I’ve really confused some people in my writing and personal life lately because of stuff I’ve shared.
This doesn’t really bother me. I haven’t told them anything that’s out of line. I haven’t given too many details. I’m just being more open about who I am. (And the writing life people I’ve shared with are fellow erotic romance authors on a passworded forum, so I’m not just in-your-facing people.
Some aren’t sure what to think, and some thing negative things. Tht’s okay. I’m me. Take it or leave it.
The past week has brought changes and reconsiderations in my writing career.
Two of my books which were previously under contract with Ellora’s Cave have been returned to me. The books hadn’t been edited, and there was no release date in sight, so I asked to cancel the contracts. Ellora’s Cave obliged quickly and professionally, which I appreciate.
One of those books, a contemporary novel called
Another misconception about polyamory is that EVERYONE is involved with each other.
Sometimes, yeah. I know polyamorous groupings where each individual has a romantic and/or sexual relationship with each other individual, and groupings where all participants have a relationship *together* but not as individuals.
I also know situations where a married couple each have a boyfriend or girlfriend, but not the same one.
Or where one spouse has a boyfriend or girlfriend, while the other doesn’t.
There isn’t a single ”right” way to be polyamorous. As long as it works for those involved, and everyone is open and honest, it’s right.
Some people think “polyamory” is the same thing as “polygamy.”
It *can* be… In the sense that “polygamy” means “marrying more than one”, and some people who are in polyamorous relationships have commitment ceremonies with both/all of their partners.
But in that case, it isn’t legal marriage. And it isn’t forced, or coerced, or slanted toward the man having all the say and control and taking multiple wives. And often, it has nothing to do with religion.
Polyamory is consenting ADULTS loving each other. Equally. Just like a relationship between two people, except there are more than two involved.
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