Sexy Saturday Round-up

I’ve got just a few blog posts for you to check out, but there’s are a couple of blogs here that you should linger on and explore for a richer experience. This is one of them: Remittance Girl. Love this blog. But I’ve been a fan of the Remittance Girl for many years. While you’re

Ms. Fifty Shades of Gay

By Madeline Iva   Hi readers! Today Daisy Harris is with me to chat about her erotic romance oeuvre. ;> Daisy Harris, as her fans know, has two distinct bodies of work in writing erotic romance.  She used to write for the futurist (Aeon) category of Ellora’s Cave.  Her books were full of sexy Frankenstein

Seductive Scent

While conducting research for one of my historical erotic romances, I studied the art of perfume making extensively. It’s an intoxicating lesson. As Mandy Aftel says in her excellent book Essence and Alchemy: A Book of Perfume, “Fragrance has the instantaneous and invisible power to penetrate consciousness with pure pleasure. Scent reaches us in ways that

Hunks o’ Steel

Hello, it’s Madeline, back from being out in the glorious fall weather. (If you garden like I do, you don’t see rotting dead leaves everywhere, you see black gold for your raised beds.) Ah Nature! It’s exactly the opposite of today’s post: hunks o’ steel.  Those glorious man-made creations that have marched out of science fiction

Sexy Saturday Round-Up

Hello sexy friends. Liz here, with an interesting array of some of my favorite blog posts from this week. Do check them out—they won’t disappoint. Have fun! Interesting write-up on Scrivener. Writers: File this under tools to try. A romance editor’s pet peeves.  Read and learn, baby. Great post on museums of prostitution. Selena Kitt

Whole Lotta Screwin’ Going’ On

In an earlier post I talked about the section on Ellora’s Cave’s website called EC for men. I’m intrigued by it for a few reasons. The target reader is primarily men, but all the authors seem to be women. And assuming that’s the case, do women capture what men really want? Why aren’t men writing these stories as well? Is EC

I Sing The Body Adorned

I recently read the results of a Pew survey stating that forty percent of adults aged 25 – 40 years olds have tattoos. The statistic on piercings for that same age group is a bit less – about a quarter of them – but a healthy number nonetheless. With piercings and tattoos no longer relegated to scary

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