Tag Archives: J.L. Hilton

Skyrim smut, part 3: “Tickling the angry troll”

* * WARNING: ADULT CONTENT * * The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Tamriel and its inhabitants belong to Bethesda. Zephyr Silvertongue is an original character. Do not read if you are easily offended by fanfiction, erotica, witty banter, a Dunmer … Continue reading

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Skyrim shenanigans and Game of Thrones geekery, plus interviews with some really cool people

It’s been a few months since my last update, and in that time I’ve attended the Geek Gala, taken my family to Disney World, suffered a long spell of bronchitis, and dealt with Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year and Valentine’s … Continue reading

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A valentine to my editor

This short story featuring Belloc from my Stellarnet books is a special valentine for my former editor, Alison Dasho. You can read other tales written for her by my fellow Carina Press authors Diane Dooley, Veronica Scott, Darcy Daniel, R.L. Naquin … Continue reading

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The real reason I write about love triangles

This post originally appeared November 10, 2012, on fantasy author Tia Nevitt’s website. I’ve avoided talking about this for more than a year, because it’s a spoiler. But Stellarnet Rebel has been out since January, and the upcoming sequel Stellarnet Prince … Continue reading

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Net slang: The language of the future?

This post originally appeared on the Contact Infinite Futures SF blog on September 27, 2011. In STELLARNET REBEL, I assume that leetspeak, chat acronyms and gaming memes become mainstream vernacular by 2062, as Generations X, Y and Z age into senior citizens. … Continue reading

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