Realistic fiction seems to be a micro-genre. Ditz-Lit fantasies are the route to best-sellerdom. But I can't help myself- realistic fiction is what I write. Here's my latest offering:

It's a politics of pleasure story that revolves around the question of whether there really is another level of female pleasure called morgasm.

The story is written so as not to be exploitive of either its characters or its readers. More than just a fun read, this is the antithesis of ditz lit.

It's available on Amazon, Apple, B&N.

http://www.amazon.com/Ministry-of-Morgasm-ebook/dp/B006AU7FU2

 Here's one of the reviews from the Amazon page:

I enjoyed this ebook on two levels. On the first level, I enjoyed reading about the aspects of female sexuality including women deserving more orgasmic pleasure than men. And on the second level, I enjoyed this book at the story level about one sister who got sucked into the cult-like phenomenon of Morgasm's beliefs about female sexuality, female empowerment and relationships and the other sister who endeavors to rescue her via intervention. Ministry of Morgasm is also intriguing because it can be read as a book about the dangers of trying to rescue someone from a fanatical type of cult, where the rescuer (the other sister) becomes somewhat seduced by what the female sexuality ministry is about, too. I'm sure some of you reading my review probably know about a few of the different self-help, love and relationship programs which have been popular over the past decade. The Miracle of Love and The Forum came to my mind. In some ways this book is a satire about love, relationship, self-help and empowerment "programs" that essentially want to reprogram members and get them to spend more money on seminars, membership donations, reading materials, etc. Cults and programs like these are generally dangerous and financially self-serving. The one sister obviously wants to rescue the other sister from the fate of this cultish group, but finds some of the Morgasm doctrine appealing. No spoilers about how the story resolves except to say that this book was an interesting read and I recommend it to anyone who would enjoy it on any level! This book would also make a good book for a Book Club discussion!

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