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After exchanging some emails, I learned that he was very much a kindred spirit of mine. Not only did he start writing stories that he wanted to read because he couldn’t find many written by others, but he also shares so many of the same ideals as me: mutual fantasies, the importance of relationship, realistic characters that can have their cake and eat it too. Most importantly, though, he is a strong writer who actually has a wife-watching fantasy.
Over the last three years, while his catalog isn’t extensive, they’ve each improved on one another. His latest, Snow Day Fun, was just released last month, is fantastic. If you enjoy my books, definitely check Sitravon (and encourage him to write more!). We’ll be keeping tabs on his latest over at hotwifebooks.com.
What a surprise! There’s a new anthology up from our small writing cabal over at hotwifebooks.com. The Best Hotwife Erotica Volume 4 is now available for the low, low price of $0.99 (or free if you’ve got a KU account), and inside, you’ll find shorts from Arnica Butler, Ben Boswell, Kirsten McCurran, and yours truly. This time, we tackle themes involving “games of chance.” You’ll read about naughty poker games, trips to Vegas, a couple hustling pool, and more.
I’ll have more updates on what I’m working on shortly. I promise! (And if I don’t, please hold me to this by commenting here. I’m working on new stuff, I promise!).
My first book since last May is now available at Amazon (for your Kindle) and Smashwords (for most everything else), in ebook format. Look for it at Apple, Barnes & Noble, Kobo, and any others in the next few weeks, along with the paperback version, for those of you who like to read physical books.
This one’s different. This one’s about an actual affair, and not in the fun, game-like version of it. It’s heavy, and hopefully hot, and by far the longest single novel I’ve ever written. Hope you like it!
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This is coming. Soon. I promise. I know, I know, I said somewhere on Twitter that it would be a September release (and probably an August one before that). I had every intention of releasing it earlier, but…life. What can I say, it’s pretty unpredictable. You should know that it’s done, and it’s gone through one round of editing (thank you, Gary) and it’s on a final pass as I type this (thank you, Stephen).
And it’s good. At least, in my opinion, it’s good. It’s difficult, it’s heavy, it deals with things and characters and actions that make me squeamish and guilty and aroused all at once. As one beta reader told me, this is the first time I’ve written a book about an actual affair, where the characters don’t talk things through, where things don’t start in a healthy place. I wanted to tackle something harder, and the result, I hope, will be something that will stay with people long after it’s done. It certainly has for me.
And if you guys hate it, well, I should have the next book out in a much shorter span of time than the last two. I’m about two-thirds of the way through it, and it’s also good. But hey, what can I say, I’m a little biased.
Thanks for your patience and watch this space for more updates (and a blog post from a guest blogger, author Sean Geist!).
I’m currently working on not one, but two, writing collaborations, in addition to a book of my own. It’s not exactly the most tenable, and I’m not exactly sure how I got here, but I love each project and am unwilling to let any of them go, so I will keep struggling through until something is completed.
What I did want to talk about was the nature of collaborations. (This post will be one on the creative process, so if that’s not your bag, feel free to skip it. I’m trying to write more, so hopefully there will be something of more interest next week.) Right now, I’m working with Kirsten McCurran on one project, and Max Sebastian on another, and I have to tell you that the nature of the collaboration are so vastly different—neither better than the other, just…different. (more…)
I originally wrote the following in the Foreword of my latest book, Following Temptation, but since not everyone reads forewords (or, heaven forbid, you haven’t picked up the book yet), I’m reproducing it here, because I think it’s a pretty cool idea.
…I want to talk about shared universes. For those of you who are comic book fans (or pretenders, like me, who watch the movies and shows and read Wikipedia articles about the actual comics), you know that Marvel has done a great job with this. For those of you who don’t, the gist is that movies (and shows) share characters between them. The Iron Man movie preceded the Captain America movie and the Thor movie, but they all teamed up in the Avengers.
I’ve done a lot of writing with Kirsten McCurran over the years. I admire the characters she creates and the books she writes. She’s a sounding board like no other, and at some point, we decided to start borrowing each other’s characters and burying them like easter eggs in our stories. AJ, from Nothing Forbidden and the Training to Love It books, for example, was also mentioned in Kirsten’s Hot Dates series. It was a fun dip into a shared universe, so we decided to take it further and create a town together. And thus, Kingston was borne. (more…)
It’s been a while, but I’ve finally got a new book out. I really like this one, guys, and if you do too, maybe there will be more of this couple. Leave a comment here or on Amazon (as a review) and we’ll see what’ll happen!
Temptation waits just around the corner. Follow and see where it leads.
Life is good for Michael and Laura Richards, if a little stale. That is, until Michael follows his neighbor, Dane, to the house of the married Jessica, and watches Dane take full advantage of the voluptuous brunette. Michael shouldn’t watch, but he can’t stop himself, and the veneer of his sleepy suburb peels away to reveal its naughtiness.
Michael confesses the adventure to his wife, Laura, and the couple embarks on a journey of sexual awakening, following Dane and Jessica into a world that is as uncomfortable as it is irresistible. But there are layers within layers, and when Laura befriends Jessica and learns that not everything is as straightforward as it seems, just how far is she willing to follow her neighbor? Prepare yourself for a tale of voyeurism, naughty neighbors, sexy wives, and illicit temptation.
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I came across this line (and title of this post) in Sean Geist’s latest book, Twin Betrayals, that really encapsulates one of the themes I’ve wanted to write in a book of my own, but can’t wrangle a way to do it: “A treat for herself.” I’m not going to spoil the book (since you should read it!), but I’ll say that Sean captures this weird paradox that sometimes crops up in the wife-watching genre. We want both the wife to be acting naughty with the husband knowing about it (mutual, non-deceptive, healthy), but also, doing it for herself, not for the husband. Light vs. dark. Sharing vs. cheating.
Prepare for a peek behind the curtain and into the wild space of my mind. It’s a little chaotic back here, and I haven’t had a chance to straighten things up in a while, so be prepared. (more…)
Fellow authors Kirsten McCurran, Ben Boswell, Max Sebastian, and Arnica Butler have put out the third installment of hotwife short stories. This time, the theme is “Caught!” and we’ve got some fun stories for you. These tend to flirt with the darker side of the fantasy than the stories that you’re used to from us, and more than the last couple volumes, really demonstrate the differences in our approaches and writing styles.
As with the last two, the compilation will only ever cost $0.99 and will be available on Kindle Unlimited. This is our gift to the reading community. Enjoy at your leisure. If you enjoyed it, the best way to say thank you would be to tell others that you liked it, either directly, or by leaving a review.