G’day and welcome. I’m Cheyenne Blue, but you’ve probably figured that out already as you’ve stopped by.

I’ve been hanging around the erotica world since 2000, writing erotica, romance, and erotic romance, predominantly about loving lesbian ladies, but other things creep in from time to time depending on what jumps into my head.

For the longest time, I wrote short stories, and you can find them in a multitude of anthologies put out by the likes of Cleis Press, Ladylit, Ylva Publishing, Mammoth, and more.

Since 2014, I’ve been writing lesbian romance novels and novellas, which are published through Ylva Publishing. You can see a complete list of my books over here.

I edit for individual writers too.  If you’re interested in securing my services, please email me at cheyenne at cheyenneblue dot com.

I’ve lived in a few places around the world: England, Australia, Switzerland, the United States, and Ireland.  Consequently, I am either very good at the differences between all those versions of English, or absolutely woeful. I returned to Australia at the end of 2009, and I’m still here.  I live in the Mary Valley, in south east Queensland, in a house on a hill with views of trees and a valley full of cows. I love to cook, especially things that are staple foods normally purchased, such as bread and cheese. I grow my own veggies.  I love to play tennis, travel, hike, and be outdoors with a dog. I’m still optimistic that I can successfully defy my physio and chiropractor and make a return to running. All of those things creep into my stories from time to time.

Want to connect with me?

You’ll find me on Twitter @Iamcheyenneblue.

I’m active on Goodreads and love new friends–it’s where I get most of my reading recommendations.

I’m on Instagram too now.

And holy moly, I got sucked into Facebook.

Got something you want to say to me? I'd love to hear from you! I'll get back to you as soon as I can.

 

A writer's perch at the Hill of Slane, Co. Meath, Ireland
A writer’s perch at the Hill of Slane, Co. Meath, Ireland