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Tyler is essentially the indie scene’s Margaret Atwood; she incorporates sci-fi elements into her novels, which deal with topics such as spirituality, gender, sexuality and power dynamics.


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#Review of The State of Montana by Maxim Jakubowski #Erotica

Montana had never been to Montana, begins Maxim Jakubowski’s new erotic shocker. Following on from the despair and tenderness of his collection Life in the World of Women, the savage and brutal darkness of It’s You That I Want to Kiss, and the bleak and explicit love story of Because She Thought She Loved Me, Maxim Jakubowski now offers his own version of The Story of O. In this gripping, heartbreaking tale – one with the modern zest of Bunuel’s Belle de Jour – a Montreal housewife seeks to fill her emptiness through anonymous encounters in Internet chat rooms and in airport hotel bars and bedrooms, and these adventures ultimately lead her to a terrifying sexual saga in a New York brownstone. Review: I ordered this book to read as a part of an Erotica Book Club I’ve joined. I have always loved erotica. Started reading it when I was 15 with Anaïs Nin. I’ve enjoyed the darker erotica of Nira/Sussa, The The Story of O and Marquis de Sade. I also occasionally like the more erotic romance work out there like whatAmelia James has done. State of Montana doesn’t manage to accomplish the requirements for either side of the coin. Unsympathetic and dry, the main character Adrienne/Montana cheats on her husband emotionally and physically but love/passion/fulfillment still elude her. The only person she finds a real connection to is “mk” an online suitor. The premise of the book is engaging enough, with a woman seeking pleasure or understanding through anonymous sex in hotels and online chatrooms. However, it’s impossible for the reader to feel anything but annoyance for... read more

Free Ebook #Giveaway and #GuestPost from Troy Lambert

Sam, a wrongly accused man who obtained his law degree in prison, helped others find Redemption when he won his freedom. Whether through luck, good timing, or his uncanny ability to tell truth from a lie, Sam has won every case he’s taken on. True, they’ve been small time parole hearings or appeals so far. But when his assistant is in an accident, and he has to take on another employee, his luck in the courtroom may be changing. A mysterious stranger and a series of tragedies make his next case the most challenging and tempting of them all. The cast of Redemption and a host of new characters return, each one of them forced to face Temptation in their own way in this fast paced thriller. Excerpt from Temptation “Rock of Ages, cleft for me. Let me hide myself in thee,” he sang sweeter, mellower, more in tune than ever before even in childhood. It sounded like his brother’s voice, always sweeter and stronger than his. The tune changed and his voice followed. He gave it no thought but simply sang, “Amazing grace, how sweet the sound, that saved a wretch like me. I once was lost but now am found, was blind but now I see.” All the color left the canvas. The face of Christ appeared, agonized, wearing a crown of thorns. The red paint became blood—real blood. He wanted to scream. He couldn’t. Unwillingly he sang. He followed the music as it changed. “Up from the grave he arose. With a mighty triumph o’er his foes. He arose a victor from the dark domain, and... read more

Kai Wilson discusses being an Indie Author

What’s a girl to do with herself?  A bit about PR When Pav asked me to write an article for her blog, to be honest, I had about a million ideas of what to talk about – I could give you some tips on SEO, editing, WordPress, mental health, parenting, photography or writing.  I could, I guess, tell you about my books. I could talk smut, or transgression, or a million other things. Instead, I thought I could talk to you about indie writing… We – those of us that write and read indie books are ground-breaking marvels.  There, I said it.  If you’re one of those hallowed, take a bow.  Pat yourselves on the back.  One day, you’ll be able to say ‘I helped with that revolution’. Personally, I love it.  I’ve spent the last several years meeting new authors and encountering new books.  But, underneath it all, there seems to be a slight disconnect. If you build it, they will come? One of the major things that indie authors seem to struggle with is the notion that they have to promote.  And that’s where your friendly neighbourhood PR or social media expert comes in.  So I thought I’d share a couple of really neat tips and tricks – perhaps they can help you to access more readers. Write the next book.  There is no such thing as resting on your laurels – in fact if you can bring yourself to do it, START the next book while the older one is out for edits.  Remember to share teasers and other fun stuff on your page/blog too –... read more