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Anaïs Nin – Stella

When you mention the name ‘Anaïs Nin’ to many people, they automatically assume you’re in ‘erotic mode’. Because she is so famed through her erotica(read more…)

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Author Interview: Byron Cane (aka Lurv Spanking)

I have been wanting to write this post for a while now, and I am finally thrilled to do so. This interview is with an(read more…)

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Emmanuelle de Maupassant – Highland Pursuits

Emmanuelle de Maupassant recently launched her saucy 1920s comedy romance romp Highland Pursuits. Like her Gentlemen’s Club, which explores the hypocrisy of Victorian society and restrictions(read more…)

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Review article: James Lear – the history-based erotica

I have been wanting to write this post for quite a while now, and now seems like a good time, as I find myself reading(read more…)

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Guest Author: Ian Smith

Once again, I am delighted to welcome Ian Smith to my blog, this time to discuss a whole array of topics, from publication and writing(read more…)

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Review: House of Holes – Nicholson Baker

After I wrote about Georges Bataille’s Story of the Eye, I ended up having various discussions, both publicly and privately, about its bizarre nature and(read more…)

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Review: Story of the Eye – Georges Bataille

Georges Bataille’s Story of the Eye was one of the earliest novels I devoured when I decided to read erotica ‘seriously’ and first drew up(read more…)

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Review: Wuthering Heights

I said in “Books and Authors I Love #1” that I would share something which had a massive impact on me when I first encountered it.(read more…)

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Seduce my Mind…

I don’t know about you but, as a rule, I am a voracious reader (of all things erotic, and a whole lot of other work(read more…)