The Divas Pen: Author of Sensual and Dark Romance writing as Sienna Mynx and T.A. Ford

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    Diary Entry Four
    Private Dick & The Red Shoes
    April 12, 2009

    Heated passion consumed him, the good, the naughty, and the oh-so-sexy. She spared him nothing. Her sexy moves milked his hard length with each tight rise and fall upon his dick. And that was only the beginning. She ran her tongue along his carotid artery, scraping her teeth over his skittering pulse. Her nipples, ripened to diamond points, rubbed against his pecks in delicious swirls. His hand glided up her moist back. He had to touch her. He couldn’t get enough of touching her. And when her face lifted from his neck, he eagerly captured her mouth. He divided her lips with an aggressive thrust of his tongue. She jerked in his arms from the ravishment, releasing a muffled gasp into his mouth. He had her. She tasted deliciously dark and warm which left him greedy for more. She fed off his need. She worked her hips back and forth with pelvic grinding thrust after thrust, blowing his mind. … Read the rest

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    The daughter of Lenny Kravitz and Lisa Bonet is staring in a breakthrough role called ‘Yelling at the Sky’.

    Synopsis: In a depraved New York neighborhood, the youngest of three mixed-race sisters named Sweetness O’Hara, spends the better part of being seventeen navigating an identity between the known: a violent life of crime, and the unknown: a life of purpose and meaning.

    Learned about this movie on Shadow and Act and I must say I’m so excited to see it. It’s cinematography, casting, and the gritty storyline looks like a well crafted angsty drama that I’ve been craving. Oh and the fact that it has a diverse cast is just the icing on the cake. Here’s the clip. (Special thanks to Shadow and Act)

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    Why this show is like crack to me I’m not sure. But I will tell you that in the cesspool of reality TV with it’s staged fights, fake hook-ups, overly dramatic drama’s–RuPaul’s Drag Race rises to the top like cream. Because can’t nobody do bitch like a seven foot tall man in five-inch high heels and a blonde synthetic wig fighting for the crown as America’s Top Drag Queen!

    I only discovered the tasty morsel toward the end of Season 1. Happenstance. That’s what it was. Me suffering from a major bought of writers burnout exasperated by a lack of social life and stale programming didn’t have much to do on a Friday night. Imagine my fright/delight when RuPaul leapt out at me from my TV screen and yelled: YOU BETTA WORK HONEY!


    Now don’t get me wrong I’ve seen my fir share of drag shows before. My first time in New Orleans (Honey do I have some stories to tell) my next and most memorable was a colorful celebrity impression show in Vegas. Wow, all flash and dazzle with an air of bitchy–seriously, the headliner looked better than Tina Turner. But in truth, … Read the rest

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    The countdown is on for the release of my second novel and I’m suffering from a major bought of stage fright.

    I know that reads silly. Its not like I’m performing for millions or hell even thousands. Is it? The more I write, the more unmasked I feel. I see myself in a characters actions, hear my voice in a characters speak. I always thought writing would be different. Why isn’t it that way now for me?

    Then there is the ‘process’ that has me beat. Weeks and weeks of edits, re-edits, and edits again. Scene changes, scene upgrades, scene revamps have scrubbed Aaren raw and left me feeling more exposed than I ever did with Zoe. Now I have a big push to share it with others and I’m sitting her with shaky knees.

    Like other artist in various mediums nothing is ever ‘right’, ‘perfect’ or even ‘truly acceptable’. To this day I can’t reread my first ‘Zoe’ for fear of catching errors that only I can see. *Double-sigh* The only thing I can compare this snowballing feel of the impending unknown to is stage fright.

    Aaren was written four years ago. I think I wrote the entire story … Read the rest

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    Why a muse? Without mine I don’t think I could draft a sentence. I’ve discussed this with my writer friends and many agree. No matter the source every one of us find ourselves dipping in the well of inspiration for that spark to fuel our creativity. I can share with you that if it weren’t for musing to the point of obsession I would have no way to silence the voices in my head.

    For me it started unexpectedly. An afternoon channel surfing expedition while on the sofa suffering from the flu introduced me to the ever so talented Renee Goldsberry. A soap starlet that in her brief time on a television show inspired some of the most creative fiction, art, videos I’ve ever seen or read. Yep, from my first story to the one I release today she is where it began. Watching her character faithfully, bemoaning her depiction, craving more of a story that was satisfying as well as gratifying, joining message boards and chat rooms to debate, speculate and cross fingers for the ultimate love match.

    Hard to believe?

    Five years later you can still find websites dedicated to her (some of them owned by me … Read the rest

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