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September 13, 2012

I Think I’m In Love: Tiffany Reisz is my Hero

1) She breaks the rules.

2) She breaks them again.

3) She’s funny as shit.

4) She’s s-u-c-h a good writer, it hurts.

5) She wants it to hurt.

6) And the woman does her research.

What’s not to love, I ask you?????????

She’s generous, too.  You can find plentiful free reads on her website here.  I suggest starting off with “The Ingenue”.  This is what we call good erotica.  Not that cheap-ass “I wrote it, I spell checked it, so buy it already, bitch” stuff.

Yes, like THE SIREN, there are moments that have credible online romance reviewers clutching their panties.  They can bite me.

I’ll be blogging next Monday about why Reisz’s stuff works for me, why it might work for you, and how we can deeply grok the endless possibilities for the big, wide world of erotica, erotic romance, and woman-friendly writing by contemplating her work.

Stay tuned my little cupcakes–

XO

Madeline

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9 comments

  • Liz Everly

    I love the free reads on her website. Fabulous writer. And wow what can you say about all that research? Kudos to her–and to you for bringing her to us.

    Reply to Liz Everly
    • Post authormadelineiva

      Brave woman, right? If you haven’t friended her on Twitter I highly recommend it. She had me laughing, and laughing.

      Reply to madelineiva
  • ellaquinnauthor

    Didn’t she give a class at the NJ conference last year?

    Reply to ellaquinnauthor
  • Post authormadelineiva

    If she gave a class and I missed it, I’m going to hate myself.

    Reply to madelineiva
  • elizabethshore

    Sounds yummy! I’m dowloading NOW!

    Reply to elizabethshore
  • Post authormadelineiva

    Let me know what you think. I think she’s the first erotica writer (other than Anne Rice, of course) who’s left me feeling satisfied at the end of the story. Most of the time with erotica, the people having sex don’t care about each other, and so I don’t care about them. Something about the ingenue’s story registered with me tho’. Hmmmm. Must perseverate.

    Reply to madelineiva
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