Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Dirty Birdies Flock Hop

Who doesn't love Eye Candy!  As an author and artist, I'm a very visual person. I see a picture, appreciate color, shade, line, light then all of a sudden BAM! My muse shows me a story. For instance...
This handsome fella became Hunter Mason in Handcuffs & Silk. He is a sub who questions whether he wants to continue with the "lifestyle" or find something different and has a one night stand with a Las Vegas cop to sample his options.

This image from a Lover's Lane catalogue created the entire story of a Valentine costume party romance between Jenny and Josh in Queen of Hearts.

But...let's talk Dirty Birds...
I've been inspired to write a few stories for Decadent Publishing's 1 Night Stand series.
These hot Native American bird shifters have hot bods, spiritual souls and sensual tales to tell.

 Meet Tecumseh, aka Seth Crowe, a Shawnee crow shifter in Crow Magic.

This fells is a hawk shifter and ex-military.
I can't wait to tell his story.

And this guy...
 Chase Hunter is a bad boy with a big black bike. 

This hot fella is a Chippewa eagle shifter
who is looking for the right woman to dance with.

Any volunteers?

On a serious note...
his story is done but he doesn't have a name.

Give him a name and leave it in the comments below.

If your idea is selected, it will be his forever and you'll win a lovely handmade beaded bracelet, you'll be mentioned in the acknowledgments of the book and you'll receive a free download when it's released.


Thanks for stopping buy. Please visit the other amazing blogs on this hop. CLIKC HERE



Beckey said...

Here is a list of a few that come to mind at this moment with the tribe name it comes from and meaning (to me a good name comes from the meaning).

Wapi (unknown which tribe) means "Lucky" (any woman would be luck to have him a mate...)

Makya(Hopi) "Eagle Hunter"

Nikan (unknown which tribe) "my friend"

Tokota (Sioux) "friends to everyone"


susanmp said...

I found two:
Namid or Namyd (star dancer)
Ogima or Ogyma (chief)

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laurie said...

to me he looks like a remi


books4me said...

How about Dyami? Dy for short. It means eagle!

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Natasha said...

Chitto which means brave.
Thanks for the chance to win!
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writery said...

that guy is seriously yummy! I don't have a name for him though. but he's very nice to look at.

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Jamie M said...

Here a few I found

ADAHY: Native American Cherokee name meaning "lives in the woods."
AHTAHKAKOOP: Native American Cree name meaning "star blanket."
APONIVI: Native American Hopi name meaning "where the wind blows down the gap

ASKUWHETEAU: Native American Algonquin name meaning "he keeps watch."
CHOGAN: Native American Algonquin name meaning "blackbird.
HESUTU: Native American Miwok name meaning "yellow jacket nest rising out of the ground.

Jean MP said...

Aylen Native American, Mapuche
Possibly means either "happiness" or "clear" in Mapuche
Nahuel Native American, Mapuche Means "jaguar" in Mapuche

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meryvamp said...



Ethon: my personal fav. Ethon was the giant eagle that ate Prometheus' liver.

Good luck!


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Emily said...

I'm thinking Remington. He just reminds me of a Remington rifle. That or Machete, or a version of that word. That's what he reminds me of, a weapon, a strong warrior.


H.B. said...

Krawson or Crawson. It justpopped in my head when I looked at him so maybe.

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Shadow said...

Sounds and looks great! I love shifters! Cant wait to see what you do with him! :) Dancing with him would really be fun! ;) How about the name Keme: meaning "secret". Or how about Makya: meaning "eagle hunter". After all, all eagles have to hunt for a mate. :D Thank you! Very fun hop! Lots of great books! Thanks for sharing and for the awesome giveaway!