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South Bank Seduction cover

Yay, it’s here! South Bank Seduction, An anthology of erotica from the banks of the Thames has been published on Kindle. Edited by Ruby Kiddell – who managed to edit this while also finding time to organise not one but two Eroticons in 2013 (while preparing for Eroticon 2014). Which is pretty awesome.

Sharing the pages with a bunch of great stories is my own Pulse and Flow, an m/m erotic romance set partly on top of the South Bank Centre. You can read an extract here on my site.

The great news? South Bank Seduction is FREE on Kindle until this Sunday (16 March 2014). So use one of these handy links to pick up a copy. :)

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The winner from last week’s giveaway on the Tailor Made post for works from Josephine Myles backlist is MarMight! Congratulations! Jo will be in touch with you shortly. :)

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Tailor Made
Today I have a great interview with Josephine Myles for her m/m erotic romance Tailor Made, which has just been re-released. And there is also a giveaway – read to the bottom of the post for details on how to enter!

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Lover Enslaved cover
It is my pleasure to welcome Eva Lefoy for an interview for her novella Lover Enslaves: 24 Hours in Mumbai. Today we have 10 questions and an excerpt, along with where to buy links and where else you can find Eva online. Now, on with the interview!

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Next Friday, 13 December, I’m going to be joining some lovely fellow erotica writers and poets to read some of our work at Sh! in Hoxton. I went along last year (or was that earlier this year?) when DL King visited the UK, and it was a blast. Looking forward to doing it again. If you are able to come along, please do – the writers are a wonderful bunch, and the Sh! ladies are great fun and terrific hosts – they also have the nicest pink champagne. ;)

Bookings can be made by clicking on the picture, or below:

XXXMas Reading & Poetry Slam

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Randon pic from August trip to Bali to make the post look prettier...

So what has happend this past week?

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Mark Strong

So this week, we move from a celebration of high school crushes to a current infatuation. Folks, we have Mark Strong.

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Ron Perlman

Last week I was assured by a friend on Tumblr that I wasn’t alone in finding Ron Perlman appealing; apparently they have a photoset of him that has over 1000 reblogs/likes. So, I could just write this post with great confidence extolling his virtues and not worry that some people might find this a bit odd, but somehow, I know that ain’t gonna happen. I’m too reflective for one, and also, I’m as interested in exploring the nature of attraction as well as the discussion of a man’s attractive qualities.

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Christoph Waltz

A brief pause this week from nostaliga. In part because I’m still trying to figure out how to explain my attraction to Ron Perlman in a way that people will understand (and not laugh. Well, you’ll still probably laugh…), but also it seems time, now that I’m in a place to get back to writing The Scent of Summer, to talk about another muse: Christoph Waltz.

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[Did I mention last week with the post on Ralph Fiennes I was going to be doing a bit of a trip down memory lane for the next couple of weeks? Well, that's what's happening.]

Gabriel Byrne

If Ralph Fiennes was an early crush of white hot lust, Gabriel Byrne was more of a growing fire, a gentle, well, burn if you will (I apologise in advance for future awful puns on his name…) Probably because my first sighting of him was in 1990′s Shipwrecked, a rather entertaining take (at least for this kid when she watched it) on the whole ‘Europeans-washed-up-on-a-tropical-island-and-have-to-survive’ genre. Gabriel was the villainous pirate captain (and looked the part very well indeed – see below).

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It is my great pleasure to present the following interview from Matthew Stillman for his erotic retelling of the King James version of the Book of Genesis, Genesis Deflowered. Wonderful, detailed and insightful responses. Over to you, Matthew!

Genesis Deflowered

This kind of project has the potential to cause some controversy, considering the uneasy relationship sex and religion often have. What inspired you to take on this project (Genesis Deflowered being the first of several planned books I note), particularly since it seems, from looking at your website, such a departure from your usual work?

I was helping my friend Jill Hamilton of the brilliant and hilarious blog “In Bed With Married Women” do some research on a piece she was writing about strange erotica on Amazon. I found books about being bred by goblins, sexually inclined snowmen, lusty leprechauns and the like. I had never written erotica or been a big reader of it and rolled my eyes at this particular stripe that I was finding. But I followed the “if you liked this then you might like THIS” path that Amazon sends you on. I came across a book that was an erotic retelling of Mary getting pregnant.

I read the sample and ,to my mind, it was awful writing. Cliche. Brimming with typos. Sloppy.

But the comments/reviews were amazing. There were not only lots of them but they were summarily glowing.

“This book made me feel closer to Jesus”
“Now I know how scared and proud Mary must have been to have been approached by God this way”
“To think that my Lord Jesus came from a union like that makes me feel good.”

I was amazed.

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Ralph Fiennes

I’ve rarely gone for the sort of men (or indeed boys when I was younger) that everyone else seemed to go for. The idea that attraction was a deeply personal matter and not something that could (necessarily) be dictated by whatever Dolly magazine was one I happened upon early. Because when you’re 14 and are eyeing up the men at least 20 years older than you, you know you’re not entirely like everyone else, but you also know that you’re not wrong – attraction and lust is present, and usually has little to do with choice. Take for example me and my friends heading off, 13-14 year olds in 1998, to see The Man in the Iron Mask – most everyone else wanted Leonardo Dicaprio. Me? Well, it had Gabriel Byrne, Jeremy Irons, John Malkovich… spoilt for choice I was!

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The Scent of Summer cover

The Scent of Summer is my upcoming erotic novella. It incorporates two typical fantasies – sleeping with the neighbour, and the age-old older man/younger woman scenario. Far from being a pure smutty story or a romance, The Scent of Summer instead seeks to explore how the heat of attraction can scorch as much as compel.

Blurb

Home for summer, and left alone in her family home, Suvi is about to settle into holiday reading when she sees, across her garden and onto her neighbours’ verandah, a man she doesn’t recognise. She wants him at once, but being 19, and him close to her father’s age, she doubts he’ll think the same.

Johann, visiting his friends the Parkers from Vienna, loves the Australian summer. Especially with an enticing young woman lounging about in the garden next door. But under Mick Parker’s eye, and knowing the girl is unlikely to respond to his advances, he will not act on his desires.

When chance conspires, and Suvi and Johann are left alone, the cool of Australian beaches, the heat of summer, and hot lust cannot be denied. Nor can the realisation that what Suvi wants and Johann wants are vastly different, and that the steamiest sex and desire can also burn people to the core.


This entry is part of August Alfresco. Please see details at the bottom of this post for how to participate. Meanwhile, you can read an excerpt: applying sun screen has never been so enticing…

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