Things are changing going into 2018. I have decided to rebrand so there will be ongoing changes to the site as I work through that. I’m on the hunt for a new logo specific to my writing, there is a new color scheme in the works, all that good stuff.

2018 is going to be a year of full-time writing. The first full year I have been able to dedicate to the craft since I started to put pen to paper back in the day. Because of this, I am looking at a new domain name that is specific to my author endeavors. Figuring out how to do this smoothly is also something that is in the works. (It may or may not happen as I’m not sold on it yet)

I appreciate all who follow my work and the blog. If you have any ideas of what you would like to see in the coming year, please feel free to reach out. If you have gone through a complete rebrand yourself, PLEASE reach out. I could use all the advice I can get.

Okay, with that out of the way, here is a little bit about myself…

I’m a mother, wife, Misophone, a bit OCD, Aspie, and author. I write a little bit of everything, but my recent and favorite genre to write in is erotica. Erotic romance, erotica, dark erotica, taboo erotica, and more. If it falls in the category I probably have a written work that would qualify. Not all published, but many written. There are even a few mainstream novels floating around that haven’t seen the light of day as of yet.

A little bit more about the name – Sayre Ambrosio

When I was younger my grandmother and I were talking about dreams and following said dreams. I have always loved to sing and long story short Sayre was born. It stands for:






When I decided to halt all boring and mundane aspects of my life i.e. the 9 to 5 recently I tweaked it a bit and changed the Sing to Scribe (write). I have been writing all my life, been published (1995 poetry anthology) and it truly is my passion and my dream. With the support of the most awesome man on the planet (my husband), I have decided to make it a full-time thing.

So there you have it and I hope that you find something on the page that speaks to you. Stay saucy and hold on tight. It’s going to be an interesting ride.

Sayre Ambrosio