I had been writing plays for so long, but after having a family and moving away from NY, I lost interest in workshopping plays and spending hours working with actors and creating something for an audience. I had written a play that might have been too big for a non musical stage and decided to turn it into a novel. That novel turned into a life's work of trying to perfect a very complicated theme and story.
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When I began kicking around the idea of writing my erotic novella, The Bluest Sea, which was recently released by Breathless Press, I got various and sundry responses. Some folks thought I had turned a DANGEROUS corner; others thought me brave. But not one person surmised my real motive: writing an erotic novel is just plain FUN. Well, I should qualify that: it is ADULT FUN.
I have never been one to read erotica or anything close to porn, but I am a creative writer, blogger,…Continue
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What is it about Erotica?
By Annette Gisby
I’ve written in lots of genres, from sweet romances to erotica, from murder mysteries to horror, from fantasy to historical, about witches, wizards and aliens and everything in between. But there is one genre that I get asked about time and time again and that is erotica. People who you barely know might ask you things like, “So, you like to be tied up?” Or “You like to be spanked…Continue
Good Morning all!
HIS ALONE released today, an erotica BDSM Novella. WARNING: Explicit language and sex scenes
Here's the blurb:
Cleo has a problem. When she met Elliott, the maestro of Doms, eight months ago, he laid out the rules - no questions, no whining, and definitely no ties. But the lines blurred somewhere along the line and she crossed them. Now, she's in over her head with feelings for the beautiful…
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Wenches of Words is a blog devoted to promoting my authors group which offers every genre you can imagine...
Join us for a peek at our novels, short stories, excerpts, interviews, and musings.…
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Tony is touring the month of October to promote his new erotica fiction book.
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Take one book editor (male) with demons from a guilty marriage, add one (female) author who is considered the queen of erotica running from demons of her own. Mix until there are no lumps. Fold in a younger (male) assistant who is hopelessly in love with the female. Put over high heat and watch the explosion.
That about sums up how I felt about this book. The BDSM scenes were intense as is the character of Soren – the demon who our female (Nora) is trying to put behind her by writing…Continue
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After reading a number of reviews of Fifty Shades of Grey, I must admit that I don’t understand what all the hullabaloo is about? Is it thought provoking? Yes. It is laughable? Only for those who have no understanding of the myriad of ways to express love/lust.
To me the story is not about the erotic scenes, it is about the underlying driving forces of the two main characters, Anastasia and Christian. While we are privy to Anastasia’s makeup (the…
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You know how you get when you haven’t had something in a while. You start thinking about it all the time. Wondering, how will I get that? When will I get that?
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If there were ever a story I’ve had more fun writing, it’s ‘Mile Below Peep Show’. The above picture is a fun rendering of two characters in MBPS, the peacock twins. I really stretched my imagination on this one, as there are no underwater resorts of this scale anywhere in the world, unless you count The Poseidon Resort, which is still under construction (in the real world). Anyway, I had no idea it existed…Continue
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Periphery is as much about the female perspective of the future as it is an exploration of individual identity in a world increasingly dominated by technology.
How do we define our humanity, if not by the way we connect to others? Yet, even in the realm of the physical and…Continue
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Hi everyone - this is Summer Daniels - the admin of the WTRAFSOG (What to read after Fifty (50) Shades of Grey) book recommendation / author promotion Facebook page.
In order to stimulate some lagging sales at the end of the month - I am making Volume One of my Summer's Journey series FREE for the next two days - Thursday and Friday (07/26/12 - 07/27/12).
Summer's Journey: Volume One - Losing Control -…
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Last Day for the TRS Staying at home blog Contest...
Win a Autographed Copy of Shadows of my Past or Your choice of a PDF copy of Angel of Death or Bound by Blood!!!
Rules... Earn 1 entry for following my Blog!
Earn 2nd entry for leaving a comment on my Blog!
Earn 3rd Entry for leaving a comment on Sneak Peek…
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Chad Donovan is an ex-marine discharged honorably after he gets badly injured in action. Three months at Walter Reed fixed his injuries but his mind remains in the dark dusty and oppressively hot foxholes of the Iraqi desert.
His wealthy family transfers him to a private…
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