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What drives people to such extremes? They had budgets. They took chances! As her guests arrive for dinner, Janet is both fearful and aroused—because this is no ordinary suburban dinner party. Recently divorced and looking for something new, Janet definitely finds it when her friend Jon invites her to join an exclusive club of kinksters whose initiation is to be the host—and the entertainment. Kinky and sexy, intelligent and perceptive, Blue is both highly entertaining social satire and red hot erotica. Meanwhile, in creating the group dynamics and small-group politics of the kink Scene, LN drew widely on the experiences of close acquaintances.

She fears being photographed, of there being a record of her perversion. I envy those who can be open about their kinks. Some of us simply cannot, which makes writing this kind of thing or, rather, publishing this kind of thing risky, though it is constantly surprising to me that, in this day and age, consensual habits still need to be kept secret.

LN has lived in various cities and towns throughout the American West and Midwest with spouse and pets in tow, pursuing various creative endeavours and playing interesting games. LN also appears in the following anthologies:. Find LN at lnbey. On Twitter , Goodreads , and Amazon. Unlike Story of O and the worlds of Antoniou, Weatherfield and Roquelaure, there are no castles or billionaire mansions in Blue , which is set in the blandest of American suburbs, where our cast of kinky suburbanites, each flawed and ego-centric, have day jobs, shop in supermarkets and battle traffic jams.

I wanted to write realistically, taking what I most love about fantastical erotica and placing the scenarios into a believable setting. Unsurprisingly, she is destined for disappointment, as reality fails to match her imagination although there are elements of her experience that do appeal to her, and keep her coming back for more. Blue is about the artistry of pain, and control, and the struggle to fulfill yearning, to gain self-realization. She is a submissive, rather than a masochist, gaining pleasure from obedience rather than from the endorphin rush of pain itself. In parallel, Carolyn, a dominant seemingly in control of everything around her, struggles to control her own emotions.

That chapter shows us relics of communication, with a different timeline. She was talking to no one. Some of the most vivid scenes in Blue evolve around hyper-stylized film-making, where tension is heightened, since we, like Janet, have no idea what will happen next. About people who read erotica, and how we build expectations from reading it. Purchase Blue from Amazon. KD is pulled time and again towards the conflict between the light and dark, our attraction to what we fear, and our need to recognise both elements within ourselves.

What happens in the darkness can be as powerful and as appealing as what happens in the light. From the journey underground comes salvation, as light and dark come together. Impossible tasks and going underground play major roles in my stories. KD is currently exploring the character of Medusa. While drawing inspiration from Greek heroes, KD is similarly a huge fan of the comic book genre, with its larger than life characters.

Of the latter, KD admires her willingness to tackle sex that is realistic, including that which is uncomfortable or unsatisfactory covering also the writing of rape. Struggling writer, Kelly Blake has a secret life as a sex tutor. When Kelly terminates their sessions due to what she considers to be her unprofessional behavior, Lex takes a huge risk, revealing his identity to her at a gala exhibition, his first ever public appearance.

When Kelly helps the severely haphephobic Lex escape the grope of reporters and paparazzi, rumors fly that the two are engaged, rumors encouraged by well-meaning friends and colleagues. They discover quickly that touch is not essential for sizzling, pulse-pounding intimacy. But intimacy must survive secrets uncovered, as their sessions become more and more personal.

From well-detailed interactions to the steamy interludes, this is a story that is blazing hot. She and her husband have walked Coast to Coast across England, along with several other long-distance routes. For her, inspiration is directly proportionate to how quickly she wears out a pair of walking boots.

She loves mythology.

She loves to read, watch birds and do anything that gets her outdoors. Sonni de Soto loves to tell stories, exploring not just the world of our sexual fantasies, but the practicalities too. Not the kismet kind or the magic soulmate sort, but the type that comes with a lot of communication and a lot of earned trust. This echoes the truth that everything we do affects everyone else whether on butterfly-wing levels or typhoon ones. Like people in the real world, everyone has a story. We all make an impact. The occult lurking in our shadows.

Hidden powers that manifest in the meeker among us.

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The magical meeting realism. A fantasy constructed within—constructed from—reality. For me, kink scenes follow the same logic. Do body parts actually move and react that way? Is proper safety, negotiation, and consent being observed? Does the kink serve a purpose to the plot and character development or is it more flash over substance?

Theatre made a significant impact on Sonni from an early age. RENT was a huge influence on me, as a writer and as a person. That was so powerful: to see that our stories are worth telling and that there are people who want to hear them. I know that all stories have been told in some form or another before, but mine offer my own special spin. Until she meets a man she only knows as Sir. Shamelessly deviant, Hayato knows exactly what Max thinks of Dominants like him.

And, determined, he plans to show her more. Max and Hayato engage in a dance of wit, will, and seduction as they negotiate roles, rewrite rules, and learn the true meaning of empowerment. However, just as their game heats up, someone threatens to drag their private lives into the spotlight. Buy Show Me, Sir here. Sonni is an office-grunt geek with a passion for cosplay, taking cloth, paint, wire and, even, plumbing parts to bring some of her favourite fictional characters to life.

Follow Sonni on Facebook , pay a visit to her blog , or find her on Amazon. Tamara Lush is a journalist with The Associated Press by day and an author by night, having graduated from Emerson College with a degree in broadcast journalism. The real-life events she reports on rarely end happily, which, she muses, may well have inspired her desire to write stories which do. Back in the summer of , she felt drawn to creating a tale of love, which became Hot Shade : the story of a young reporter who meets a mysterious man while covering a plane crash on the beach.

Daringly, she begins to share with him readings of her erotic fiction. Both soon feel the effects, leading to an exploration of their own erotic fantasies. Nature sounds play in the background and various lights shimmer and flicker in the darkened room. The streaming fabric is tactile and you can lose yourself wandering around. I also love Italian opera and the bombastic drama that it conveys. I think I need more of that drama in my books!

While Tamara writes protagonists that she hopes readers will identify with and root for, her own reading choices tend to run a little darker. About the author. She loves vintage pulp fiction book covers, Sinatra-era jazz, s fashion, tropical chill, kombucha, gin, tonic, beaches, iPhones, Art Deco, telenovellas, colouring books, street art, coconut anything, strong coffee and newspapers. Despite working in the media, Tamara admits to rarely watching television or films.

However, having never seen the Disney films as a child, she has recently, at the age of 46, been discovering the magic, watching Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Or visit her website www. His work explores the thoughts, feelings and emotions that accompany the erotic experience. Having worked as a musician for much of his adult life, eking out a modest living as a singer and a classical composer, TAS stresses that music has been the primary influence on his writing: not just his love for classical works and grand opera but classical-influenced jazz and 70s rock, folk, bluegrass and country, hip hop and rap.

Whether conjuring a sense of existential anxiety and dramatic tension, desolation or euphoria, claustrophobic horror or the sublime vastness of space, nothing comes close to music. Melody, harmony, and rhythm have to be coordinated to form a coherent statement. As to how we make music with words, TAS advises varying the length of our phrases, never letting rhythms become too predictable, and avoiding repeated syntactical patterns.

If you arrange words carelessly, putting similar words too close together you drain them of their emotive power. Vary the mood and pace—especially in multi-chaptered works. Occasionally, dark clouds need to roll in and, sometimes, the sun needs to break through the dark clouds, if only long enough to keep the reader interested.

I want that quality of sensuousness—that inevitable sense of flow—to permeate my prose and animate my storytelling. You have to appreciate the way disparate elements come together. You have to see it all from the inside. TAS is profoundly near-sighted, which perhaps explains his desire to evoke sensory detail.

Nevertheless, he has a love of photography, sculpture and painting, and these have influenced some of his stories directly. As TAS explains, this gave him sudden appreciation of the nature of abstract art. These are all things I aspire to in my writing. Effective scene-setting through the evocation of atmosphere, an unblinking eye for crucial detail, and an uncompromising demand for clarity of narrative. In my writing, I often refer to dance, employing it as a metaphor, sometimes citing the techniques, or the physical characteristics associated with dancers.

Reading Anais Nin is like soaring across the astral plains and never wanting to come down again. Unsurprisingly, given his musical ear, TAS also has a love of poetry. Eliot, e. Auden, Robert Frost, and Pablo Neruda in translation. I loved poetry long before I became serious about writing prose. These aspects he surveys through the lens of the erotic, inviting us to scrutinize ourselves as sexual beings: naked, vulnerable, passionate, longing.

Only in so doing can we know ourselves. As Mr. See my review here. His neighbours do not know what he does for a living. Find Mr. On Smashwords. On Amazon. On Facebook. On Goodreads. Today, I welcome Krissy Kneen. Although now focusing on fiction writing, she has previously written for theatre, for film and for television, and has directed documentaries.

People say we only ever have one story to tell and that we tell it over and over in different ways. I really believe this is true. My latest novel, An Uncertain Grace is no exception. Badlands remains her favourite film, delving our quest for connection, and alienation from family. I used to watch that movie over and over, and look at it structurally, and try to replicate that structure in my early novels. I want to pose questions and then I want readers to go away and think of answers. This is how I interact with books I read and I love to share that process with others.

All I ask of a reader is that they actively participate in the process. I want my book to be a different book to every reader. Krissy explains that her love of literature began when her grandmother would pay her 20c for reading and reviewing books. The books themselves became the reward. I started to write because books like R is for Rocket and S is for Space by Bradbury left so much space for me as a reader that I needed to add to the dialogue.

This is the most exciting thing for me.

I felt it when I read Ray Bradbury as a child and that set me on the path to becoming a writer. Bradbury made me pick up the pen for the first time in a serious way.

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Before reading The Golden Apples of the Sun , I was dabbling, drawing my own picture books and writing little adventures, but Bradbury challenged me to be serious about the work. I was young but I was ready to be challenged. Most particularly, she is compelled by their use of nonlinear narrative. Anne Carson unlocked a new space in my brain with her poetry. Similarly, Maggie Nelson melted my brain with Bluets. I felt her work physically, as if her words were pushing me, challenging me, encouraging me to fight back. I feel challenged to start looking at genetics and family. Her family are visual artists and, as well as designing the sets for a couple of theatre shows in her youth, she enjoyed her own art exhibition.

Some time in the near future, university lecturer Caspar receives a gift from a former student called Liv: a memory stick containing a virtual narrative. Hooked up to a virtual reality bodysuit, he becomes immersed in the experience of their past sexual relationship. But this time it is her experience. What was for him an erotic interlude, resonant with the thrill of seduction, was very different for her—and when he has lived it, he will understand how.

L, in transition to a state beyond gender, befriends Liv, in transition to a state beyond age. Liv herself has finally transcended the corporeal—but there is still the problem of love. Amazon UK. Amazon Australia. Text Publishing. About Krissy Kneen. Krissy has six books in publication with Text Publishing and UQP and a number of short stories and personal essays published in anthologies, newspapers and journals. I may only be partially joking. For relaxation, I paint and experiment with symbiotic cultures of bacteria and yeast in fermented food experiments, most of which are deliciously successful.

I am owned and operated by Heathcliff, the neighbourhood cat, who has adopted me and puts me to work as an inconvenient lap and an open-all-hours cat-restaurant. She likes to write about magic, myth and mystery, dangerous power dynamics, borderline terror, and the not-quite-human. In Bonds of the Earth is published by Sinful Press and has just been launched. Read on…. I thought of all the legends from across the Earth. Oh dear God—was this what they looked like before they took human shape? Giant golden serpents?

Winged snakes? Is this what angels are? What did these angels look like if anything before they became human, then? Well, the answer is in the ancient Hebrew texts, if you dig down. Seraphim were, according to Shinan and Zakovitch , originally envisaged as winged snakes with hands remember that the Serpent of Eden is punished by being made to crawl in the dust, strongly suggested that it previously had other forms of locomotion.

So I went happily with that when filling in the details in the second book of my trilogy: In Bonds of the Earth. And I came rapidly across the word zmaj or zmey. Zmaj are benevolent dragons with ram-like heads and winged, serpentine bodies, who protect the crops from the evil demons causing bad weather. Their blood is poisonous. They can change form and take on human aspect, and in this shape their obsessive interest is in getting into bed with human women. In fact, when thunderstorms threatened, Serbian peasants would go round the village and ritually chase the dragons away from young women in order to make them get on with their proper job!

Sons born of a Zmaj father and human mother are zmajeviti with shamanic spirit-walking powers. Many Slavic heroes both legendary and historical claimed descent from dragons. These similarities with the fallen angels of Hebrew mythology, are—I assume—entirely coincidental. But they made me very excited and very happy! It all helps in adding depth to the story and to my characters.

When Milja Petak released the fallen angel Azazel from five thousand years of imprisonment, she did it out of love and pity. She found herself in a passionate sexual relationship beyond her imagining and control — the beloved plaything of a dark and furious demon who takes what he wants, when he wants, and submits to no restraint. As Azazel drags Milja across the globe in search of his fellow rebel angels, Milja fights to hold her own in a situation where every decision has dire consequences.

Pursued by the loyal Archangels, she is forced to make alliances with those she cannot trust: the mysterious Roshana Veisi, who has designs of her own upon Azazel; and Egan Kansky, special forces agent of the Vatican — the man who once saved then betrayed her, who loves her, and who will do anything he can to imprison Azazel for all eternity.

Torn every way by love, by conflicting loyalties and by her own passions, Milja finds that she too is changing — and that she must do things she could not previously have dreamt of in order to save those who matter to her. He moves like ink through water. And his eyes, when you get a good look at them, are silver. Not gray.

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You might take their inhuman shine for fancy contact lenses. Born in Wales, Janine now lives in the North of England with her husband and two rescued greyhounds. Janine loves goatee beards, ancient ruins, minotaurs, trees, mummies, having her cake and eating it, and holidaying in countries with really bad public sewerage. Or locate her on Sinful Press. Over to Kay, exploring her wicked delight in language, and telling us about her latest release, Wednesday on Thursday.

Words are, without doubt, the most powerful weapons on earth. Used thoughtlessly, they can cause great hurt and harm; break hearts, minds and start wars. Used well, the results can be beyond rewarding. My new novella, Wednesday on Thursday was born from my belief in the power of words and from a curiosity I have in the phenomena that is human sexual behaviour. Certain erotic situations. The idea remained neglected and scribbled in one of my many notebooks for months before I worked out how to deliver it.

I wanted a way to make the words we associate with sexual activity more interesting and erotically charged than they already are…and I wanted those words to be delivered in a manner that was accessible and understood by everyone — before I twisted it. There was a man sat in the corner of my local coffee shop. He had a very particular sort of smile on his face as he bent over his newspaper, an espresso in one hand, and a pen in the other.

I immediately returned to my notebook and asked myself what might happen if a man with a fascination for reactions to words orchestrated his ideas through a serious of experiments. Experiments conducted via crossword puzzles and quizzes. Suddenly I had a hero who was a crossword puzzle freak — a man consumed with discovering how erotic words make women tick. Buy Links. Amazon US. Sat at her usual table, stirring a spoonful of sugar into her latte, Wednesday began her daily cycle of speculation.

Who was he? Did he come into the cafe at other times and fixate on other customers? What was going through his mind while he observed her so intently? A rare few went further with their assessment, and engaged her in conversation before they tried their luck. Instinct told Wednesday to avoid the coffee guy at all costs. The way he examined her with his enquiring midnight blue eyes was so unsettling.

And yet…. Whenever Wednesday walked into the cafe she frequented during her lunch break, the coffee guy would be there. From the moment she took her first step through the door, his focus would shift from his drink to the queue of customers, where it would become fixed upon her. It had crossed her mind that maybe she should be scared, that this man could be some sort of voyeuristic stalker.

A swapped lunch break with her friend Carol had placed Wednesday behind the coffee guy in the queue. Wednesday had watched helplessly as the liquid seeped through her black shirt, ran down her purple pencil skirt, and travelled on an unstoppable route into her boots. There are spare T-shirts in there. Help yourself. Feeling like an unwilling contestant in a wet T-shirt competition, Wednesday had rushed towards the door marked Staff Only. Then, without a word of apology for ruining her clothes and potentially scalding her, the coffee guy had disappeared.

All Wednesday had been left with was the lingering blaze of his navy blue eyes, which had heated her flesh just as much as the spilt drink…. All this word-ish thinking makes me wonder what your favourite sexy word is? Unzipping is a close second- and I rather love the word please — said in the right way you understand!

You can follow Kay on:. Save Save Save Save. See how I do it here…. Twenty-five tales: from bitter chocolate and acidic citrus, to lush caramel. In Part Three, I looked at stories in unusual settings: futuristic, supernatural, and off-planet: locations thrilling and unexpected. In Part Four , I examined psychological and emotional depth within some of the stories, taking us to places unsettling, in which to face our own truths. We see the meeting of strangers, and passion between those in established relationships. Jade A.

The result is sassy and humorous. In writing the tale, Terrance gave thought to what a man in this setting would find attractive and desirable. The image of the baling machine as a kind of sexually voracious creature—comprising both male and female characteristics, really gets to the essence of this story. Terrance emphasizes that the need to harvest promptly, before the hay is ruined by rain, lends a sense of realism and urgency, which underscores the erotic elements in the story.

Exploring fantasies together is a great way to connect and keep the fires burning. I figured being approached in a club by a gorgeous girl who wants to go home with you would be a popular male fantasy. I thought couples could read this story together and imagine themselves in this situation. I had so much fun fantasizing about it to write this story! Lovejoy , Erin Pim , J. You may enjoy a peek at my own interview with Rose, and husband Dayv, on their superb work in creating erotic audio-fiction and anthologies. More from Rose, including sexy snippets from each story, and her own interviews with each author, at Stupid Fish Productions.

Read on, to discover their thinking as they wrote each tale…. In Part Two , I examined tales filled with tension and conflict, exploring dichotomies, particularly relating to power: giving and receiving, vulnerability and strength. In Part Three , I looked at stories in unusual settings: futuristic, supernatural, and off-planet: locations thrilling and unexpected. Using an intimate narrative voice, she probes our vulnerability. Her story aims to show that we cannot expect our relationships to remain unchanged by time.

As women have been emboldened by feminism and attitudes of sex positivity, becoming more open in articulating their needs which may include the desire to have sex with more than one person , Sonni believes that men are faced with pressures to find their role. Her story aims to confront some of those anxieties. To grow as individuals as well as partners. As I age, the more it seems that the only way to keep the promise we bought into when we were young is by being open to change. Her clever, smoothly narrated tale explores the forbidden: our desire to be unfaithful to those who trust us.

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My own story, Labyrinth, also focuses on uncomfortable themes. More from the authors behind this exciting anthology in part five. Twenty-five authors bring you tales of temptation and seduction. They feed into our primal impulses but do so in locations thrilling, fascinating and unexpected. His story also explores the philosophy that we rarely know someone as well as we imagine, and that our actions or inaction directly affects the mental state of others.

His lead character enters an alien strip club and is bewitched by a dancer with hypnotic moves, who makes him an intimate proposal. His space pirate might make some readers think of Harrison Ford as Han Solo, but Allen imagines Jason Statham as his lead, and Remy LaCroix as the stripper, slathered in glitter makeup to transform her.

Allen found inspiration for his story during a visit to his local strip club with his wife. His tale touches on the theme of loneliness, his main character having developed a relationship with his spacecraft. Allen notes that most of his erotica work is female- focused but was eager to make this story male centric, turning the lens on male sexual experience and perspective. Erin Pim takes her erotic tale in another direction entirely, but one firmly set in fantasy, within the format of a crime thriller. She hopes it will appeal to men and women alike.

She wrote Undercover Cop as if it were a screenplay, scene by scene, cinematic style. Her strong female lead uses her sexuality to apprehend the perpetrator of a bank robbery: a role in which she imagines Emily Blunt. Rose is a fantastic editor, who continued to ask questions and push my piece to its limit. I want readers of my story to feel sexually empowered enough to act out similar scenarios in their own bedrooms. Two of the tales within the collection take sexual fantasy into the supernatural. She notes her intention not only for the reader to be aroused but to contemplate what it is to be lonely, to seek companionship and to find redemption.

This is a great example of combining humour with sexy storytelling. Adrea Kore, the author of Dance for Me , stresses the transformational potential of our sexual fantasies. She relates a reader messaging her to share that they were inspired to perform an erotic dance for their partner after reading Dance For Me, which is set in a high-octane sex club environment.

More from the authors behind this exciting anthology: in parts one , two , four and five. Twenty-five authors have pooled their talent to bring you teasing tales of temptation and scorching stories of seduction. The collection features twenty-five tales, each bite offering a new flavour: from darkly bitter chocolate, to lush caramel, with some tangy surprises. As a reader, I love it when a story keeps me thinking long afterwards, moving me to speculate. Last week, in Part One , I looked at stories exploring the theme of sexual exhibition, revealing what is usually concealed, for the delectation of other eyes.

In Dance for Me, Adrea presents, first, her male protagonist as the recipient of pleasure, through dance. Of course, the sharing of pleasure in reality is not so clearly polarized — the current of energy flows both ways, in varying intensities. My story uses the metaphor of the maze. We are ever seeking, though for what, we are unsure. We are as we are in this moment, though shaped by moments that have gone before, and the promise of those yet to come. We are the protagonists of our own stories. In this, there is another dichotomy: that of passivity and action.

They are equally masterful. I want readers to enjoy the wordplay. As for who might be cast in the role of her heroine, were the story to be filmed, Rachel mentions Emma Stone, for her mischievous personality. I notice. Full of action, the story quickly evokes tension. Discover more from the authors behind this anthology, in parts three , four and five. Dare to dip your toe into the unexpected, and the uninhibited. Editor and narrator Rose Caraway has gathered together twenty-five tales of assorted flavour: from bitter chocolate and acidic citrus, to lush caramel. Some come with surprises, hidden nuggets of pleasure unearthed with each bite.

A prominent theme through the anthology is that of exhibiting our sexual selves, of revealing what is usually concealed, for the delectation of other eyes. There are tales not only of being watched, but of watching, illicitly, or through invitation. My intent was to take the reader down a darker path. Adrea reminds us that dance has long been used to both honour and seduce men. Just think of the days of Salome and her dance of the Seven Veils. The spontaneity of it all meant there was very little time for me to be nervous! He examines the anger and pain evoked at discovering betrayal, as well as arousal and shame.

Instead of reacting with horror or anger if you found your partner having sex with another man…what if you found yourself turned on? Marc imagines Bruce Willis as the protagonist, with Scarlett Johansson returning to set as his cheating partner, and Ryan Gosling as the other man. She holds several prestigious writing awards and has worked extensively in publishing. Constraint pulls no punches. There is no sweetening of the pill. It is a tale of kidnapping, rape, violence and humiliation. Our natural response is outrage.

How dare one human being treat another this way? The early phases of the story are written clearly with the intention to arouse this reaction from us. We are told that Alex is a sadist and has always been so, musing, from the youngest age, on ropes, chains and controlled violence. As an adult, he rises to the challenge of exercising precise control. It is from this position that Siri Ousdahl unravels her story: winding back and forth, through past and present, and presenting us, readers, ready to judge and condemn, with knots we must unpick. At one win each she suggests a threesome as the final test.

Both lovers walk out on her. It is a combination of the art gallery worker and the picture that provides Vicky with a winning experience The girls are now grown up and when Angela comes back to visit, Sue finds nothing much has changed. When Angela offers her a sexy makeover, Sue agrees readily, but she has no idea that it will change her life for ever Painted Nails and Puppy Dog Tails by Giselle Renarde Claire is more snips and snails than painted nails, but she's willing to make an exception for the gorgeous girl who works in the salon down the street.

Hell, she hasn't stopped thinking about her since that day their eyes first met! The only problem is that Claire gets too nervous even to say "Hi" when they pass on the sidewalk. It's going to take a bit of a ruse to make a connection. Will the salon girl freak out, or will Claire get the pedicure of a lifetime? Labels: erotica , lesbian , LGBT , writing.

Hey Everybody! I'm calling it "Xcite Week. I know. Ya gotta have that imagination going full force when you're a writer. So, why am I doing this? Well, I have a lot of stories in Xcite anthologies, and they're great to work with. I never seem to shout that from the rooftops, so I feel a little guilty.

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Ah, guilt is a driving force in so many things Because it's summertime boy, is it ever! This one is e-book only, and features five stories from a variety of authors:. But as the handsome, dominant stranger leads them deeper into the woods, is Kate right to fear that he might not actually be of this world, and what is his real reason for luring them to this remote location? New World by Giselle Renarde Priya takes the window seat, her husband at her side. Next to him sits Fawaz, the lover she's struggling not to acknowledge. But clever Fawaz knows how to get a girl's attention: just strap her into a remote-controlled butterfly vibe before take-off.

This is a story about Western freedoms, immigration delays and the budding of a polyamorous union. Beach Peach by Alcamia Payne Jemima has a sexy love affair with the ocean. However, deep down, Jemima is unfulfilled. Is Anthony going to be able to give her what she craves? Festivating by Leigh Clarke Carrie knows that the way to get Joe to notice her is to use her brains as well as her body — a sizzling summer festival gives her the chance to turn her scientific genius colleague into a lusty sex partner: all she needs is a stone circle and a research proposal Labels: erotica , writing.

So, In The Eye is an MMF short around 9, words about three bisexual storm chasers and a dog , two of whom can't stand each other, crushes here and there, jealousy jealousy everywhere, trapped in a truck on a road trip through tornado alley. Doesn't that sound like the makings of a great erotic comedy? Yes, it's a comedy. Labels: erotica , LGBT , six sentence sunday , writing. I always like to spread the word on promo opportunities like these. LGBTQ authors, it's your time to shine.

And readers, get ready for excerpts, chat, and prizes:. Labels: erotica , gay , lesbian , LGBT , transgender , writing. One of my publishers, Torquere Press , is having a sale this weekend. Details below:. Labels: erotica , gay , lesbian , LGBT , writing. I don't know what kind of excuses I can make for myself. Ants in the pants? Always wanting more, more, more? Lately, I've been looking at new publishers. In fact, I've gone beyond looking and I've actually submitted to a few. Why do it? I already work with quite a few different publishers, and I'm pretty damn fulfilled by what they have to offer.

So why stray? Well, I'm pretty prolific, especially with short stories, and I wouldn't want to overload any one publisher, but that's just a surface reason. I guess, ultimately, I like to see what a new publisher has to offer. I like to get in on the ground level and see how things go. With this plan if it can be called a plan I've had good luck and bad luck.

Getting on board with Selena Kitt and eXcessica Publishing was most fortuitous, and I've been very happy there. I can think of another publishing house, whose name I will politely decline to mention here, I wish I'd never signed with--terrible marketing, the worst distribution I've ever encountered, and without a word of a lie, I haven't earned back the postage it cost me to mail in my contracts on two of the stories I placed there Not just that, but customers have complained to me about the rude and belligerent "customer service" they've received when attempting to purchase from the publisher's website, and there's not much I can say because I as an author am treated just as badly.

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arqbasa.com/wp-includes/clerk-recorder/discoteca-gay-torremolinos.php I was drawn there because I know Dee from eXcessica and I had a manuscript that suited their Twisted Tales line of erotic fairy tale adaptations. All I know so far is that Dee is a brilliant marketing strategist and the editing is superb. Around the same time, I answered a call for submissions at Secret Cravings Publishing. They were seeking Cougar stories, so I wrote Callie and the Hipsters upcoming release , a MMF menage novella about a woman whose husband leaves her for the young woman he empregnated I love family drama and so she hooks up with two of her son's pansexual polyamorous hipster buddies.

I figure I'm enough of a Hipster Doofus though I probably should have aged out of the club by now to poke fun at myself. On my to do list, I've got notes to submit to other new or new-to-me publishers, but it becomes a dance of submit-what-where? You're taking a chance, submitting your work into hands you don't yet know, but the pay-off can be great. On the flip side, you could end up with feeble sales and asshole associates.

So, authors, how do you feel about submitting to start-ups? Are you afraid they're going to crash and burn? Or do you figure an older publisher could screw you over just as badly as we've seen a few I won't mention do to their authors lately? Give me feedback. Tell me what you think! Hugs, Giselle. Nothing cuts a person down to size like a "mom" insult. You know what I mean? When your mom insults you? My mother is generally pretty supportive, open-minded, and queer-friendly, but she really, really, REALLY hates that I don't shave my legs.

That's right, I quit shaving a few years ago--kind of a feminist-lesbian statement combined with the fact that my hair grows so fast I'd be prickly right out of the shower. So I gave up shaving, and it bugs the hell out of my mother. The other day, she said to me, "It's okay for your brother's legs to be that hairy, but not yours! It irked me to no end that my mother would not only say that to me, but think that way. My girlfriend doesn't mind, and she had a hell of a lot more up-close interaction with my legs than you do, maman.

So, thinking about all this, I decided it was time to show my hairy legs some love. They deserve it! Hence, this little photo shoot showcasing my wonderfully hairy legs. Look how white they seem! Must be the lighting. If you ask me, there's nothing more genderqueer than hairy legs and heels Except maybe a beard and a ballgown, but mine hasn't grown in yet. Labels: feminism , lesbian , LGBT , life , pride , sexuality , social commentary , transgender. Before I seek refuge somewhere air-conditioned Canada shouldn't be this hot!

The thing I love about this baby and the reason most of my other publishers wouldn't look at it is that this erotic story features an enema. Yeah, some people think that's hot. And not something you come across all that often in lesbian erotica, most likely because of the restraints many publishers put on our work.

It's considered "squicky" by some. Thank heavens for loveyoudivine Alterotica! When they were children, Kathryn played the s lave to Mistress Melanie. But Pasha calls all the shots now, and Melanie will do to Kathryn only what pleases her Domme. Coming Soon to loveyoudivine Alterotica! Labels: desires , erotica , lesbian , LGBT , sexuality , writing. Dear Wonderful Reader,. By the time you read this, I will be deep in the woods. City life, with its construction and heat and pollution and littering and rudeness, has been driving me nuts and I finally have the opportunity to take a nice little vacation.

I couldn't be happier. I will miss you. In fact, I'll think about you every day. While I'm away, feel free to enter this little contest I've got going. You could win a Giselle Renarde erotica e-book! Labels: erotica. Sample As Dale surged forward, the air seemed to get very heavy. So, here's one I'm not eligible for being all Canadian and stuff but you might be. If you do and win, I'll eat my hat. Good Housekeeping Short Story Contest. Join Mercy as she sells sex to an ex in five erotic stories by Giselle Renarde.

Words: , Published: April 13, by eXcessica Publishing. Anyone can fall for a bad boy, but it takes a special girl to surrender to a guy who drives her crazy. Sexy, sweaty love prevails in five lusty tales of girls falling for guys who are strictly forbidden! Words: 8, Published: December 13, by eXcessica Publishing. Carver thought his stepsister was nothing but a goody-goody college student… until he saw her on stage!

Turns out his stepsister is a sexy stripper by night! Words: 35, Published: September 29, by eXcessica Publishing. Daddies and daughters, brothers and sisters, twins, cousins and more! Six sexy stories certain to satisfy: Talk Dirty to me, Daddy! Words: 9, Published: August 24, by eXcessica Publishing. There are some things John will never have. And then one night John awakes to an empty bed. Where does he find Prudence?

By the fire pit in the woods, naked and tied to a log, surrounded by a group of local men who are geared up and ready to go. Published: April 17, by eXcessica Publishing. Where did this Seth guy come from and why is Wesley acting so weird around him? A wise old woman claims they're dealing with an incubus. Jolene will sacrifice anything to save Wesley, but can she possibly defeat Seth?

Words: 14, Published: February 26, by eXcessica Publishing. Clarice has a problem only an Anal Angel can resolve. Melanie and her domme humiliate an old friend during a school reunion. These girls are ready to lick butt and take names. Are you ready to join them? Published: January 27, by eXcessica Publishing. Get ready to get wet with this wild collection of salacious golden shower stories!

Enjoy three titillating tales from award-winning erotica author Giselle Renarde! Published: September 30, by eXcessica Publishing. Her lesbian sitter knows the answer. Words: 5, Published: June 24, by eXcessica Publishing. Clarice has problems only Anal Angel can resolve. She has no idea the product comes with an actual angel whose tongue can cure her most troubling ache. Words: 6, Published: March 25, by eXcessica Publishing.

When did I find out my first time would be given to Our Leader? After we come of age, we submit to the one man who is more than man, more than human. He is our high priest, godly in stature. His seed must be spread among every young woman at the commune. Each of us will bear a babe for him, each wife in turn. Today my time has come. Words: 45, Published: October 16, by eXcessica Publishing. Ruth loves her husband, but she keeps secrets from him. When a notoriously lesbian neighbour returns from Art School in Montreal, Ruth finds herself unmistakeably attracted.

Agnes is quirky, creative, and significantly younger. After twenty-five years married to a man, can Ruth find a place in her life for ambiguous, artsy Agnes? Words: 16, Published: September 19, by eXcessica Publishing.

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