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Fifty Shades Of Green

Fifty Shades Of Green

The Olympics are over. And so is my brief adventure in writing about sex. I recently delivered the promised shorts to Pankhearst Central and I’m now entirely in their hands. Yes, that was a deliberate double entendre. And yes, I said shorts. The days I spent with Maddy practicing porn became something of an entendre … Continue reading

Sexy times with Madeline Harvey

Sexy times with Madeline Harvey

I always planned to be a YA author. Some of you may even have seen my draft YA novel REDOUBT out there somewhere or other on the internet. My invitation to join my friends at Pankhearst, however, required me to write more adult material. It was an eye-opening experience. And it’s about to get more … Continue reading

Collective effort

Collective effort

This afternoon, the lovely ladies of Pankhearst posted my short piece about my experiences (so far) of writing as part of a collective. They edited it a bit, but I think it’s better for it. The bottom line is that writing in a collective is a lot like everything else, you only get back what … Continue reading

She Bop

May, my Canadian editor tells me, is National Masturbation Month. I thought she may be making that up because it certainly hasn’t been mentioned on the Today programme. However, Google knew better and directed me to the San Francisco Examiner. In case you were wondering, May is National Masturbation Month. The celebration of May as … Continue reading

Lions and tigers and bears. Oh my.

Had a long chat yesterday with Maddy and She Who Must Be Obeyed – our editor at Pankhearst. It ended up a big brainstorming session and, of course, I ended up with a lot of work. Revise my first story before She edits it any further. Plan a brief series of erotica short-shorts featuring the … Continue reading

Yesterday and today

Yesterday I submitted my short story for consideration by the Pankhearst collective. My friend Madeline suggested I might want to try because they’d been let down by one writer and they decided to recruit two to take her place. Mad got one of those berths and twenty minutes ago I was told I’ve got the … Continue reading