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Watch my interview with Audacia Ray

April 15, 2008

Audacia Ray of Live Girl Review (and Waking Vixen and Naked City) did a video interview with me about Dirty Girls as part of the virtual book tour. Check it out:

Dirty Girls virtual book tour dates

April 8, 2008

I’ve been remiss in posting about the Dirty Girls: Erotica for Women virtual book tour, which will be going on throughout April, I’m sorting out the 2nd half of the month now and will update this post with that info. Also, the book party with free boob cake (also by Moist and Tasty, who made the boob cooies below) is this Thursday, April 10th, 7-9, free at Sutra Lounge, 16 First Avenue off First Street, NYC. 21+ – please join us!

Boob cookies

April 2008 Dirty Girls virtual book tour

1 Viviane’s Sex Carnival
2 Seska 4 lovers
3 Interview by Javacia Harris at Velocity Weekly and Erotica Writing Tips
4 Excerpt at Bliss Warrior
5 on vacation
6 Bad Advice/Judy McGuire
7 Guest Post at Lust Bites
8 20 Questions at Hot Movies for Her
9 Deborah Siegel/Girl With Pen
10 Babeland
11 NYC Urban Gypsy
12 Funky Brown Chick
13 Boinkology
14 Video interview by Audacia Ray at Live Girl Review
15 Pretty Dumb Things
16 Enchantments (Andrea Dale)
17 Lusty Lady
18 The Year of the Books (Shanna Germain)
19 on vacation
20 on vacation
21 Read in Bed! (Megan Hart)
22 The Principles of Pleasure
23 Trollop With a Laptop (Alison Tyler)
24 Baser Instincts
25 Mint Jelly
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29 Being Amber Rhea
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The Dirty Girls book tour continues

April 7, 2008

My apologies for neglecting the awesome Dirty Girls: Erotica for Women virtual book tour. I’ll have more links later, but for now, check out my guest post over at Lust Bites, here’s a snippet:

What I like best about it is that it represents so many stages of women’s lives. I think that even those who have been with the same partner their whole lives still have fantasies about, say, sex with strangers or peep shows or orgies, and erotica, as many of you certainly know, is a brilliant way to tease out those fantasies. It lets women know they’re not alone and hopefully the more erotica that’s out there, the more women will be encouraged to pick up a pen and start writing.

I know for me, some of my best and most intense sexual experiences have been enhanced by writing about them later. Though currently most of my stories are fictional, those early autobiographical stories helped me figure out who I was sexually and which moments were the most meaningful. I was able to reshape and recast them and once I’d published them, learn about what other people had gone through, and I think this book will cause similar moments of self-identification.

And of course I’ll remind you again, but the book party is this Thursday, April 10th, FREE, with a boob cake, drink specials, and readings by me, Tsaurah Litzky, Sofia Quintero, Lillian Ann Slugocki and Suki Bishop from 7-9 at Sutra Lounge, 16 First Avenue (off First Street), 21+