Category Archives: Carrie’s Story

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Such a Deal!

If not a steal… For the rest of today (July 31, 2015 until midnight Pacific Time), you can get my Audie-award-winning comic BDSM novel Carrie’s Story (ebook version) for $1.99 at… iTunes http://bit.ly/1UcjCMl amazon  http://amzn.to/1IOExmP nook http://bit.ly/1gtAa4o or google play http://bit.ly/1M1s5AS (I gotta say I love the idea of having Carrie on your phone). Happy Friday and enjoy.

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Philadelphia Stories

Is this a hoot or what? I just found out via Twitter that The Kink Shoppe (an upscale adult toy and fetish boutique in Old Town, Philadelphia) is staging a Fifty Shades of Grey Book Exchange. According to Philadelphia Magazine, the store is “urging those interested in incorporating BDSM into their sex lives to bring in their … Continue reading Philadelphia Stories

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Flying High, Whirling like a Dervish

What a lovely surprise. Michael and I were 30,000 feet up in the air (on our way to Istanbul) when I got an email from the fabulous Susie Bright, congratulating me for Carrie’s Story winning a 2014 Audie, for Best Audiobook of the Year in the Erotica Category (2014 being the first time that category has even existed).

AND, as Susie points out on Facebook, “This is the FIRST recognition, ever, of [the] erotic literature genre in ‘Audie’ history.” Not to speak of “the first time an erotic writer/work/actor has been given a mainstream, across-the-board literary award of ANY kind for its merit.”

Consider that for a moment.  As I am (for the first time actually). In our hotel lobby in Cappadocia, where after almost a week of soaking in Turkish art, scenery, and food, Susie’s words are finally sinking into my overworked sensorium.

Mainstream. Literary. Merit. Gosh.

I might still be 30,000 feet above the ground.

 

What Susie Said

I’ve got to share this lovely bit from Susie Bright, pre-nominating Carrie’s Story for a 2014 Audie (audible.com’s annual award) in erotica: Carries Story, by Molly Weatherfield. Narrated by Shana Savage. This is actually a Romance classic. It changed the genre from R to X. It brought Story of O to romance, with open, thrilled … Continue reading What Susie Said

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How to Read a Remarkable Work of Erotica: Greta Christina’s “Bending”

As my birthday approaches (tomorrow!) I’m once again struck by how totally Gemini I am: always of two minds, alternatively Pam the swooning romantic and Molly the shy p0rn0gr@ph#r. Two genres, two ways of shaping a story. On the romance side I see arcs of redemption, the closure and satisfaction of the HEA always immanent … Continue reading How to Read a Remarkable Work of Erotica: Greta Christina’s “Bending”

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The Bronx is Up and So Am I, pt II

I’m from New York, have I ever mentioned that? Yeah, I thought so — after more than 40 years in the SF Bay Area, part of me has never stopped being a New Yorker, which means part of me has never stopped talking about how much I love my first city. So I’m thrilled to … Continue reading The Bronx is Up and So Am I, pt II

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The Shy P0rn0gr@ph#r – With Drinks, Angst, and Jane Austen

Michael said I read too quickly and should have leaned into the mic at Writers With Drinks last Saturday night. Both of which are probably true, since in fact I was kind of nervous, due to a raging attack of am-I-really-a-writeritis. Not publishing anything new for a few years can do that to you, I … Continue reading The Shy P0rn0gr@ph#r – With Drinks, Angst, and Jane Austen

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Official Molly Weatherfield Blog Tour Guide

Finishing up today. Come catch up with us, and meet some fantastic writers along the way. SOME RECENT STOPS (still available for visits) are: March 24 – Shanna Germain — an excerpt and a few lovely words (thanks!) March 26 – Alison Tyler — a different excerpt, a lovely reminiscence… and (check out this illustration!) … Continue reading Official Molly Weatherfield Blog Tour Guide

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Annals of Fetishism: Another Entry in the Diary of a Shy P0rn0gr@ph#r

The cage at Wicked Grounds Kink Cafe and Boutique turned out to be not much. More like one of those pieces of garage-sale furniture you kind of negotiate around in a coffee house than fetish object. At least to me; I wouldn’t have noticed it if I weren’t looking for it. But the group joining … Continue reading Annals of Fetishism: Another Entry in the Diary of a Shy P0rn0gr@ph#r

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