• Nancy Friday Dies

    Nancy Friday, if you don’t already know who she is, is a journalist who published My Secret Garden. The book is a collection of women’s erotic fantasies, published in 1973. Long before the Internet, her book gave voice to women’s sexual fantasies and, as such, caused both outrage and enthusiastic support. Until Friday’s book, the… Continue Reading

  • Damaged Goods

    So, this story is a bit of an experiment. If you like it, let me know., “Can we talk?” “Sure.” The two women sat silently as the first woman seemed to stare at nothing, at the half empty cup of coffee, at the small round table, at her own nervous fingers gently feeling the cup.… Continue Reading

  • Daydreams & Distractions @ Smashwords

    Unless I’m banned there too, Daydreams & Distractions: Book One is now available at Smashwords. I’ve uploaded the book as an epub for now. I honestly don’t know why  the other distributors delisted the book. There’s nothing taboo and nothing underage. If any of you buying the book have a guess, let me know. Other… Continue Reading

  • Daydreams & Distractions | Banned

    It’s been an interesting 24 hours. Between the time that I published the first book of Daydreams & Distractions and now, the book was delisted by all the sellers—censored, banned. Those sellers being: Apple Inktera Tolino Kobo Barnes & Noble So, to date, no outlet will sell my book. I might have expected this but… Continue Reading

  • Midnight Snack

    The first book of Daydreams & Distractions is now available in Epub and Kindle format. I have also published it through Draft2Digital. This means you will be able to buy it from other sellers, though I recommend EPUB (Converting to Kindle mysteriously inserts a blank page between each chapter) and purchasing it through Erotic Writer.… Continue Reading

  • Fiddling & Faddling

    If it’s not already obvious, Erotic Writer is going through another overhaul. We’ve upgraded our account, now have a number of premium themes to choose from, and are experimenting with them. I’d like to settle on a theme that is readily accessible and with a bit more visual appeal. Your input/criticism is welcome. The update… Continue Reading