Megan McCoy

Romantic Erotica Writer

New Book!





My latest book is out on Amazon – a sequel to Rose’s Ranch and those hot Lyon men – there is one more coming out to tie up all the loose ends and maybe a few happily ever afters.  Will let you know the date as soon as my lovely publisher gives it to me.

A year ago this month, I got my first ‘we want to publish your book’ letter  and I since it was like 5 in the morning when I read it, I screamed for hours alone till people woke up and I could share.

Since then, I’ve published 7 and written 8.   Can this next year get much better?   Yeah, it can and will be.  I have a long list of things to learn and things to do better and I hopefully next years books will surprise you,in a good way!

Looking forward to that.   Loving this writers life!


Monday Motivation

One of my favorite quotes of all time:

“Nothing in the world can take the place of Persistence. Talent will not; nothing is more common than unsuccessful men with talent. Genius will not; unrewarded genius is almost a proverb. Education will not; the world is full of educated derelicts. Persistence and determination alone are omnipotent. The slogan ‘Press On’ has solved and always will solve the problems of the human race.”–Calvin Coolidge

Do you know why?   There is always someone more talented than you – me.  Always someone who is smarter, who has forty-two letters behind their names.  People who were born with natural abilities.

Yet.   Does that matter long term?  We all know baby ‘geniuses’   who walked, talked, and did everything first.   But, walking into kindergarten, no one can tell who started walking at eight months or fourteen months.  Who began talking in complete sentences at six months, or three years old.   By the time they get to college, no one even cares when they were potty trained.   Well, maybe their mom.

Its the long haul that matters, how persistent you can be, you are, how many hours a day, or time you put into reaching your goal.

Me, I spend most of my day in front of my keyboard.  But hot damn, this is the dream, and with time and persistence, I will only get better at what I practice doing every day.  Writing books.

Cute puppy.   Just because.   dscf0678


“Critics who treat ‘adult’ as a term of approval, instead of as a merely descriptive term, cannot be adult themselves. To be concerned about being grown up, to admire the grown up because it is grown up, to blush at the suspicion of being childish; these things are the marks of childhood and adolescence. And in childhood and adolescence they are, in moderation, healthy symptoms. Young things ought to want to grow. But to carry on into middle life or even into early manhood this concern about being adult is a mark of really arrested development. When I was ten, I read fairy tales in secret and would have been ashamed if I had been found doing so. Now that I am fifty I read them openly. When I became a man I put away childish things, including the fear of childishness and the desire to be very grown up.”
― C.S. Lewis


My favorite ‘childish’ thing to do is swing.   I love soaring in a swing.  Pumping, going higher and higher – and well, I did give up jumping out a while back.   But I still can swing higher than any of you!

Dating Site Woes

So I’ve been alone for over five years now and have recently delved back into the world of dating, specifically by going on sites.   This is just a little vent today.   Ignore if you want.

I’ve been on a few sites.   Not sure why, because basically they are mostly the same.

The free ones are mostly scammers.

The paid ones have mostly scammers on them, too.   Out  of ten messages I got  the other night – 7 were scammers.  One said ‘good morning’, the other said I ‘deserved a flirt’  and the other guy used his words.   I like words.   Guess who I’m talking to and have an actual date with?   Yes.  Word Guy.

Scammer are pretty easy to tell.

Profiles:  Out of state.  One or two pictures, and mostly of only their face in what comes to look very staged (because they are – stolen from other people, often models) after you see a few of them.    They are usually widowed with one kid.   Right now, they are probably working overseas….Nigeria anyone???   They want you to either facebook or Yahoo instant message them Right Now.   They don’t get on this site, often you see.   And/or their time is running out.    Its right there in the profile!   “You all can use this nasty ol’ site if you want.  Me, I’m too important!”   No, buddy, you’re a scammer.  (The latest  profiles scammers are streaming right now have their ‘real’ names for FB in ALL CAPS separated by spaces – I guess to let us know its a SECRET).

IF a scammer manages to put up a ‘normal’ profile and you get sucked in, you can usually tell from the first message.  Your smile blinded him.   How can you be so wonderful?   Questions?  No  – they  neither ask nor answer them!   More than likely because English is their third language – or there are multiple people answering your notes and going off a stock phrase book.

Scammers – always suspect and ask something specific, the same question –  in your first and second note.  “where did you go to school”  “Tell me your first car”  “Describe your last meal”  anything practical, but weirdly – they just never answer specifics.   its all flowery words and OMG I love you so already.   Let’s walk on the beach! See the sunset!

Report them.   Frustratingly, you never hear if they get blocked or not.   But honestly – they won’t let me put my book covers up on the sites, so there is someone there monitoring something.  If I can tell these profiles are scammers, why can’t the people who do this for a living?    Curious.


My latest book cover.   I’d put it on the site!   Love it!   AnOldfashionedRelationship

Then there are nine tenths of ‘real’ guys.   They do short profiles.  Which are fine – dates are for finding things out.   But most of them also don’t speak.

A FLIRT IS NOT SPEAKING.  A flirt is the least you can do, and still do something.   I rarely answer a flirt, I’m actually kind of insulted.   I’m worth more than a button click – if you don’t think I am – move on.    Say something, then ask me a question.  2 lines.   You can DO it, I have faith!      Then when I reply, and I will  – we have a conversation going!

But no.  I’m not giving you my phone number and I’m not calling you before I learn a little something about you.   I KNOW you don’t like computers!  So  – you signed up for a dating site….why again?  You know, on the computer?    Suck it up and try a little.   I don’t ask for much, but I work two jobs from this phone and I’m not handing the number  out to you unless you give me a good reason.  Not liking computers isn’t a good reason.  Try.

A friend put up something on her FB page “I don’t want a knight in shining amour.   I want a weirdo who makes me laugh.”   Yeah.   That.

Now back to writing about my pretend alpha males and dreaming of that weirdo.

The City Girl

My next book – The City Girl – is coming out next week.   I’ll be doing an update daily this week while we…sigh…while I wait!

Today is the cover reveal.  My publisher does great covers and I’ve loved them all!   Here is this one:



She’s like smoking hot!  And will be…

Spring Time!

Spring is the best season for a new book release, because, well – new book!   And Spring!    My next one will be out Tuesday – will be posting a few teasers while we wait.

Miki finds out that when on line fantasy and real life cross paths, things can become great or explode in your face. Will she find the right road or trod into dynamite – or is dynamite actually the right road?



I love waking up to a new book cover.   I’m just in awe of people who can do these kinds of things.   I want my cover book artist to come to my house, and decorate it, and then dress me and cut and style my hair, and wave her magic wand and make everything around me lovely.    Well, except the teenager.  He can just be as handsome as he already is.

This books is called Hard Wired Desires and will be available March 22.   But!  Lucky us – we can gander at the amazing book cover right now!  I’ll be sharing the  blurb and an excerpt here this upcoming week.  Stay tuned!

Do you love it as much as I do?   Let us gaze in wonderment at someone’s  vision of my book……



Look at me!

Today I’m Libby Campbell’s guest on her blog – if you’ve not read her book  SIMON SAYS – you should.   Great fun read!

Find out a bit more about me and the upcoming books!

Thank you Libby, for having me over to visit!

My other job

Like many people in this day and age – and probably for always – I work a few jobs.   My goal is to become good enough at this book thing that I don’t have to work three jobs again…  !   I like this goal very much.  My kids do too!

My other website is   and I raise, train and breed Chinese Cresteds and poodles.   I also do boarding and go to people’s houses to teach their pups to behave like they should in a family…(yes I’m really training the people, the dogs are easy.  Don’t tell Caesar!)

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Anyway – I have two new books coming out this month – one on the Blushing website and the other on Amazon and I can’t wait!  Okay – poll – how many books before you feel like a ‘real’ writer??

More details as I get them!


Happy March!

March is coming in like a half grown lion today – windy, chilly, rainy!

Been working on my website since o’dark thirty this morning.   Don’t you love it?  What?  You don’t see any difference?   Where were you six themes ago?   Oh well….  I like it, and that’s what matters, right?

Am in the middle of Her Choice, Forever – should be done in a couple weeks.  Want to know what Holly and Eric are up to? Into?   Oh yeah….then there is Eric’s  sister, Liz who seems to be figuring out that a hot cowboy might have a hard hand.  Nothing wrong with that! I’m starting to think a hot cowboy is not just going to magically show up in my  kitchen.  Some people – like Liz – have all the luck!

Right now, I’m waiting on the edits and the cover for  Hard Wired Desires.    Coming to Amazon soon!     Will keep you updated!

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