…AS TOLD TO LADY SMUT BY SASHA SNOW SASHA SNOW: I’ve been teaching exotic dance for the last seven or so years in a professional dance studio with curtains drawn, and the doors locked. The idea behind these classes is to help ordinary women reclaim a part of themselves they often lose to years of
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by Madeline Iva Time for some research, folks! I’ve been thinking about Elizabeth SaFleur’s latest book PERFECT, which has a fair amount of suspense, but also focuses on some smexy spankings. Here are things I know: Our Lady Smut followers lurv spanking–or at least reading about it. Many of my girlfriends shrug when it comes to spanking, don’t get
By Elizabeth Shore Okay, so before I begin, let me just throw a little reminder out there. I’m referring to the one that says: don’t shoot the messenger. I’m going to be talking about porn in this post – as you no doubt figured from the title – and that topic can be as divisive
By Isabelle Drake Before signing the contract for Best Friends Never, the first in Cherry Grove, my young adult suspense series, the question of a pen name came up. Since I also write erotic romance, should I use a pen name for my young adult books? Would that be the better? The more I stewed
By Alexa Day Okay, real talk. I write erotica and erotic romance. You all knew that. From time to time, I do need help with research. Not that long ago, a friend and colleague helped me out with some questions I had about horseback riding. Someone else pitched in with some info about Uber. Another
Once my imagination was done with Zombie Barbie, she was built like an Amazon goddess, wearing a mini-skirt, torn fishnets, and heavy black boots.
by Madeline Iva Curious about cuckholding—a kind of couples kink? (Say that three times fast!) Then you wanna check out CROSSTOWN CRUSH. Samira is married to Mike. So Samira comes home from girl’s night out covered in men’s cologne so Mike can get jealous. (Cause it turns him on.) Then he confronts her on it,
By Liz Everly No matter what your stance is on writers taking pen names and all of the explosions from the last few weeks on on the Internet that Kiersten Haillie Krum wrote about in the Professional Ethics of Pen Names, history is full of writers who took several names, especially women. And many with good reason.
By Alexa Day It’s been a good week in my corner of Romanceland. I’m working on a couple of stories featuring fighter heroes. In the stories, each heroine is tempted by her man’s powerful frame, of course, but she’s really drawn to his ability to stay one step ahead of her. He senses what she’s about
By Alexa Day About a month ago, I went to Charlottesville to meet the inimitable Sven Gillingham for Girls’ Night Out, where I led a discussion about the various sexual things one can do with one’s mobile phone. Part of my presentation was about Tinder, the hookup app that seems to be morphing into a