Monday, April 30, 2012

New release for Ana Hart, Naughty Hot Shots - Six to One


Girls, have you ever wondered what it would be like to take on six guys at once?
Well Ana Hart has penned an erotically hot and sensual story to let your imagination run wild.

Naughty Hot Shots - Six to One is available for purchase from the now from All Romance E-Books, Amazon and Smashwords.

Every woman’s fantasy comes to life in this ménage with six men lavishing their sexual attentions on a single woman.
The nameless female protagonist in this story has always dreamed of being, well, gang-banged. She confides this fantasy to her lover of two years, Derek, and much to her surprise, he sets out to make fantasy become a reality.
The story details our protagonist's journey into fantasy nirvana as she suddenly finds herself faced with the prospect of being with six men, including Derek, all at the same time.
Six to one is a fast-paced tale of lust and fulfillment, of animal passions and raw need.

Naughty Hot Shots – Six to One by Ana Hart
“Well, I … I've always wanted to be a part of a, uh … well, a gang-bang.”
That single word, so completely foreign within the walls of our little duplex, lingered between us for many long moments. The silence was beyond unbearable. I couldn't meet Derek's eyes.
“A gang-bang?” He repeated, soft and slow.
I went on the defensive.
“Well, you asked,” I huffed, pushing back a chunk of my wavy hair. So far, we had spent a rather quiet evening in talking about all those things we never had time to talk about and Derek had asked whether there was anything I wanted to try (in bed) that we hadn't covered yet. After two years together, there wasn't much we hadn't covered, but there was one thing still lurking in my fantasy arsenal.
There was something so inexplicably appealing about the thought of a group of men taking me, using me, pleasuring me, all at once, that I just couldn't shake. I wanted it.
“Are you serious?”
There was something about Derek's tone that caused me to look up, to meet his eyes. His gaze was dark, intense, focused.
“Yes?” I whispered, and he nodded, catching me off guard with his sudden assent.
“Okay, I know some guys from work,” he stated simply, easily, like we were just inviting some of his buddies over for dinner. Was he serious? I studied his face for a few moments, searching for that special smile of his that always hinted at a joke. But it wasn't there. He was serious.

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Thursday, April 26, 2012

Naughty Hot Shots - Love Bite by Ashlynn Monroe is now available

Naughty Hot Shots – Love Bite by Ashlynn Monroe
Available now from All Romance E-Books and Smashwords
For the low, low price of $0.99
This story is a unique paranormal romance about an alpha male vampire whose secret need for domination is fulfilled years later by the woman he discards.
Love Bites is a descriptive tale with BDSM elements, male submission and female domination.

Naughty Hot Shots - Love Bite by Ashlynn Monroe
The slap of a whip and the moan each impact elicited from the victim were the only sounds in Jubal’s special cellar. Once the cellar stood filled with wine, dust and cobwebs. However, it served to ease his boredom now. He loved watching his protégé in action. His cock stood half erect as he watched the handsome young man beaten for his visual pleasure by his young fledging vampiress. Her long, pale blond hair had a few flecks of rust colored blood splattered in it. Her ample breasts swayed nakedly and she wore a tight, short leather skirt she’d created herself, which barely covered her luscious ass. She’d been a gift from his friend Gregor during Jubal’s trip to France to reunite with old friend a decade ago. The pretty, azure eyes pleaded for mercy before he’d dined, so Jubal made the girl his apprentice. She was a fast learner.
Jubal smiled as her lash delicately slapped the man’s balls and he flinched, crying out. Faye dropped to her knees in front of her injured pet and began lapping at the blood collecting on the weeping man’s testicles.
Jubal would tell her to stop, if the man was weeping for fear or pain, but his hard cock and begging for the lash let Jubal know the tears were pure joy. This nameless human knew the ecstasy of the lash, wanting all the sweet dedicated vampiress could deliver.
When the man’s genitals were clean, Faye stood and kissed him tenderly on the mouth. She stepped back to look at him, as if she was studying him. Stretched widely, like an X, the man hung from the ceiling by chains, completely nude and exposed. Faye stepped forward to kiss him again, biting his lip and sucking the wound. He cried out.
Jubal could see more drops of pre-cum dripping from her prisoner’s cock. Her pet bore scars from Faye’s love bites all over his body. His skin had a sickly, pale yellow hue. It was time they healed this pet so another might please the vicious needs of his beloved apprentice.
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Tuesday, April 24, 2012

When A Party Gets Out of Control…

Sometimes this is good, and sometimes it is bad. This weekend at school, well it kind-of went bad.

Actual pic taken at Kent State this weekend - fun huh? 
Fights, fire, tear gas, and multiple arrests don’t a great party make as far as I’m concerned, and I’m a pretty liberal, fun-loving, open-minded girl! LOL I’m happy to report that I was safely in a different location. We all need to get out once in awhile, especially after a hard semester, blow off a little steam, let loose… But, when it gets out of hand like this did this weekend, well I think it only adds more stress where it wasn’t needed. It wasn’t what I needed.

The release I seek seems dependent upon my mood at the time. Sometimes I need a good party, a good drink, a bunch of friends. Sometimes I just need a good date *winks* And sometimes, I need to stay in and get lost reading or writing a good story.  Without going into detail, I think I covered them all this weekend, and never got arrested, so yeah me! LMAO

Funny though, I woke up to a review for my story, Seeing Red, on Monday and I was reminded of a great party, one I created in my mind, but would love to been able to attend some day. *giggles*  This one involved one woman dressed as a dom along with the two men and two women she created a party with. Now that kind of releases I could use about now!!!!

So speaking of parties, let’sget this party started, or keep the party going here... NNP has been in a gift giving sort of mood, and presents always create a party, right?

First, we have the free read, Postcards of Passion…check it out and get your copy today!!!!
Download Now at All Romance Ebooks and Smashwords 

Or, there is a great party going on on FaceBook and on the NNP and ABA Blogs right here where NNP is giving away Limited Editions of a first in a series by author, friend, and my mentor, Kiki Howell. Go check it out and enter for your chance to win a Limited Edition ebook copy of The Vampire’s Witch, Book 1 in the At War in the Willows series. 


Sunday, April 22, 2012

Enter To Win A LIMITED EDITION Ebook Copy Of The Vampire's Witch, Personally Signed By Author Kiki Howell!!


What an AMAZING Chance to own a super special eBook!
Enter To Win A LIMITED EDITION Ebook Copy Of The Vampire's Witch, Personally Signed By Best Selling Paranormal Author, Kiki Howell!!

To celebrate her newest success as Naughty Nights PressBest Selling Author for the month of March, with her recent paranormal romance releases Love, Creativity and Magic and A Vampire’s Witch, Book One in the At War In The Willows Trilogy, Kiki Howell and Naughty Nights Press are holding a very special contest.

Readers can enter for a chance win one of ten (10) LIMITED EDITION ebook copies of The Vampire's Witch!! These Limited Edition eBooks are personally signed by Kiki Howell and will NEVER be sold anywhere.

The contest will open on Sunday, April 22nd and run through to Sunday, May 6th, 2012.

For two weeks only you will be able to enter your name and email address for a chance to win one of these special ebook copies, made to order specifically for your choice of eReader. You don't want to miss this rare opportunity to own one of these special edition, signed copies on your Kindle, Kobo, Sony, Apple or other eReading device do you?! You've got nothing to lose, get your entry in now for your chance to win!

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Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Anthology Submissions Call: Campus Sexploits

Due to the overwhelming response to the first two "Campus Sexploits" Anthologies, we have decided to open calls once again for more in this sizzling series!

"Campus Sexploits 3"
College/University Anthology

Deadline: June 1, 2012
Acceptance Notification Date: August 1, 2012
Expected Publication Date: September 2012
Royalties: 80% net distributed equally between contributors, plus one digital copy of the anthology for personal use only.
Submission address:

Naughty Nights Press is seeking short stories, between 2500 and 4500 words, involving college or university settings and the sexual antics of the students within. This can be a real tale of something that happened when you attended college or something you wished would have happened.

* Hot sizzling taboo affairs with the Professor of your class.
* Sorority initiations that will make your panties drip, wanting more.
* Get hot watching your roomie do his girl and join in
* You end up making it with your best buddy after a night of getting blasted
* Play a naughty party game that ends in clothes everywhere
* Frat house parties with half naked people everywhere
* Social events attended by both male and female students, culminating in group orgies m/m/m, f/m/f, m/f/m and more.
* You hire a tutor to help you do better in that failing class and finding you’re being tutored in more ways than one.

All stories are to be well written, drawing the reader in and making them feel as though they are there – touching, exploring, and tasting every little image and emotion.
All characters must be 18 or over.

Please ensure that all submissions are followed in the manner detailed below. For multiple submissions please send each in its own individual email with separate cover information, synopsis, word count etc.

Works must be original, previously unpublished, polished and ready for publication. This means we expect all submissions to be free from spelling, punctuation and grammatical errors.

Text is Times New Roman 12, 1.5 line spacing.
No other formatting, tabs, indents or spaces please.
Underline all text that is to be italicized. (ie: character thoughts and words with emphasis)
Identify new chapters only with "Chapter Two" title, one blank line above and one blank line below and chapter breaks with *** centered, one blank line above and one blank line below.

In the body of the email AND the first page of the manuscript please include the following:

Your Legal Name and Contact Information
Genre/Sub-Genre or Category
Word Count
Brief Synopsis Of The Story (Min 1/2 page, single spaced)
A 50-75 word Biography written in the third person (If you are previously published with NNP please do not include bio unless it requires an update)

Please ensure you include the following as an attachment to the email in .doc format only (no .docx or rtf): Save the file in the following manner: YourLegalName_Title_Campus Sexploits3.doc

Please email submissions as per the guidelines with “Campus Sexploits 3” as the subject line to

Artwork courtesy of Rad Act Photography

Monica Leonelle and Social Punk Trilogy Release

Monica Leonelle is a well-known digital media strategist and the author of three novels. She blogs at Prose on Fire ( and shares her writing and social media knowledge with other bloggers and authors through her Free Writer Toolkit (

Social Punk Trilogy

Ima would give anything to escape The Dome and learn what’s beyond its barriers, but the Chicago government has kept all its citizens on lockdown ever since the Scorched Years left most of the world a desert wasteland. When a mysterious group of hooded figures enters the city unexpectedly, Ima uncovers a plot to destroy The Dome and is given the choice between escaping to a new, dangerous city or staying behind and fighting a battle she can never win.

A woman with long purple eyelashes, who kind of reminded Ima of a butterfly, brushed by Ima with tattooed art entirely covering both her arms. One of the tattoos started out as a young boy who grew just a little older with each second, until he looked like a man. To Ima’s amazement, the tattoo played like a home video.
Ima looked at Vaughn for explanation. “How—?”
“Pixel skin-grafts,” Vaughn whispered into ima’s ear. “Some people do their entire bodies in them. Doesn’t do much in terms of protection, but lets you change your outfit on a Clout.”
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Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Come join in the fun with our FIRST ANNIVERSARY BLOG HOP


Come join Naughty Nights Press (NNP) to celebrate our FIRST YEAR anniversary June 29th through July 1st, 2012 on the Naughty Nights Blog Hop! Everyone is welcome to participate!

Each participating blog simply must host a contest or giveaway. Please copy the code below to add our blog hop badge to your page so that readers can simply click on the badge to get back to the main list. Just add your name & the link to where you'll be hosting your contest below!

NNP will take care of making sure our post with all the names & links is available to everyone wanting to "hop" by 00:01 am on June 29th.

We hope you all have a wickedly naughty time and thank you for joining us on this very special occasion.

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Monday, April 16, 2012

Chit Chat and All That! with Kendel Davi and Kim Faulks

Today on Chit Chat and All That! we the sexy talents of Kendel Davi and Kim Faulks as they discuss how they obtain their...inspiration.

So grab a cup or glass of whatever it is you fancy, sit back, relax and read Chit Chat and All That!


Recently, I got a chance to chat with author Kim Faulks.  Even though we were half a world away from each other, it turned into a delight revelation of how two writers attempt to achieve the same thing through different techniques.


So, Kim.  What inspires you to write?


Well, usually my ideas for my stories come from a title, or a feeling. All of my stories have some kind of spiritual insight, or message that I feel needs to be conveyed so once I have that in my mind I can usually work around that, weaving the plot, the characters and story line/s. My inspiration for my characters comes from my feelings. For example I started writing Hells Angel when I was having a particularly rough day at work, having to work and train someone that I didn’t really like, and it was annoying as fuck. So I sat at the computer, smiled at this person and started writing:
The city streets of Red Valley were no place for a lady at two in the morning - so it was lucky for Kellah that she was no lady.
            She was a demon, a real one. Cast out from the fiery pits of hell that she called home sweet home into the land of humans, mortgages, low-employment, a declining stock market. And with more low life's at two in the morning than you would see hanging outside The Suicide Blonde's Nightclub, back home on a Friday night. And yes, if you are wondering, it was filled with Suicide Blonde's.
            Kellah walked along the puddled streets towards the dump where she lived, huddled in the shadows and slamming the thick heel of her boots into the sidewalk, feeling more pissed off than she usually felt as she swerved in and out the pathetic breed that were called humans.
There were still a lot of humans out at this time of the night, their deep-seated desire evident in their eyes, causing her to snarl at the sight of them. Desperation stared back at her from street corner whores who rubbed their arms, desperate to feel the sting of a needle to the men that drove in a crawl along the street, needing their own fix of flesh.
She was not a part of this world, only a visitor, one that would serve her time and return home. This place... earth, was her jail and she was serving hard time. But it wasn't a death sentence, no. All she had to do was to bide her time and wait for her father to bring her home. Until he called for her she would tread the same streets, the same path always knowing that she was not one of them, she was different.  
If she had any human feelings at all she would have felt pity, maybe even sympathy for them in their rush of desperation, but that was the difference, she wasn't human. All she felt was resentment and anger, mixed with a healthy splash of cold detachment.

So you can see that was pretty much how I felt. I just kept it going and evolved that until I had a storyline and characters. I did draw inspiration for my male character from a friend (he knows who he is) and at that moment I was writing a particularly sexy, emotional piece I amplified my own feelings to suit. A lot of my sex scenes are amplified by the emotional aspect of my characters so I guess it makes me step out of my comfort zone and explore that part of me that I don’t normally acknowledge. The problem with that is, that sometimes I enjoy being there in my characters cruel, twisted, and sometimes hot as hell moments and I have to remind myself constantly that I am all and none of those characters. I am just me…lol


That's incredible, Kim.  I write in many different formats and when it came to writing prose, it first started out as just trying to be creative in a way where I had a lot more control of the outcome of what I wanted to say.  That's not to say that having control of the outcome of my work is my inspiration but that desire to do so always pushes me forward.  I agree that you have to key into the emotional aspect of your characters.  I too have connected a little to deep with my characters and have found myself doing anything I can to get back to writing them.  However, if I had to pin point a specific to where I get inspiration from I guess that would have to the use of anything visual.  When I was in college I just to walk around New York taking pictures of anything that spoke to me, and this was way before digital cameras were the norm, so after they were developed I'd see if the emotion I felt when I took the picture came across.  A lot of the time I would notice something I didn't see at first that would influence how I felt about that image afterwards.  I would walk the streets late a night with my camera under my jacket or in my bag, sometimes wandering into dangerous places and situations that I didn't need to be around, in search of an image that would tell a story.  The fun part was that I shot mainly in black and white so capturing the contrast was key.  Then after a while I'd pull out the pictures and try to see if I could describe them in color.  Sometimes I'd use those images as the basis for my creative writing classes but I guess it was my visual sense that I go to when it comes to writing still to this day.

For instance, I used to stroll along the meat packing district by the Westside Highway around 3 a.m. Sunday morning and take pictures of the transvestite prostitutes, with there permission of course.  The last thing I wanted to do is have them think I was vice or something.  Anyhow, I'd hang out taking pictures and listening to their stories until the sun rose and would bring them the pictures the next weekend.  I wish I had those pictures.  Even know I can feel the cold air coming in from the Hudson River, the smell of the water mixed in with the early morning traffic speeding along the river.  The click of high heels on the old cobble stones and the roar of the Camaro with New Jersey plates that would pull up looking for some "action" before sunrise.  Now, this is back when the city was still pretty dangerous so I know that I'm lucky that nothing happened to me when I was down there.  Still, if I had to go deeper then I think it would be that there has always been an emotional question that I'm looking for an answer to and I use my writing to work them out a lot of the time.  Take for instance the pictures I just talked about.  Once they knew I wasn't a threat to their lively hood, they enjoyed having me there.  They would tell me their stories and give me the “who”, “what”, “when”, “where” and “why” of their lives without having to ask.  Now, if I were to write a story about that time in my life and the people who influenced me, I'd have no problem retelling those stories or adjusting them to fit a specific purpose.

So would you say that this ‘emotional aspect' is different in every story, like a platform for self-discover? And with each story that you write that you delve deeper into Kendel Davi? I think that my characters reflect a part of me and that each time that I write with that character in mind I am delving deeper into that part of me. For instance, there is the antagonist in one of my stories, he is cruel, viciously cruel with no morals, to sense of right and wrong. He is just wants to inflict pain as much as possible. Now to a normal person they would be horrified, they should be horrified. But we as writers cannot afford to be, so we embrace that ‘character’ that part of ourselves that we keep hidden from the world and we give them a voice.

Every story does carry its own emotional weight but I'd have to say that now I’m able to keep a safe distance from it.  When I was younger, I'd dive in deep, way too deep and think that is what I had to do in order to get the work done, but what I realized is I'd get to a point where I couldn't finish.  When what you think you are catches up with the reality of who you are my brain stops and I find that my characters start working against me rather than working for me.  True, all character represent some aspect of the writer's internal emotional self but, and I have to get Freudian with this, I think all writers try to work from the id, but the ego and superego get in the way.  I love writing anti-heroes and there is a huge part of me that can remember when I was truly a rebel, but being 20 or so years away from that gives me enough perspective to look at that world reflectively.  I'm still looking for answers to what I was really going through at that time in my life but if I were to write about the things that I'm going through right now... I'd probably stop writing until I had some perspective.  I've had periods in my life when that has happened.  It mostly came from trying to tackle something emotionally that I wasn't ready to tackle.  When the impetus to write it came into direct conflict with what I was feeling, in depth at that time, there would be emotional gridlock and thus the writing would stop.

However, to jump a little to the left but still stay on point.  I think that when I'm locked into the emotional world of my characters I can allow them to take me wherever they want to take me.  When it comes to the sexual nature of my characters, I still find myself drawing from personal experience and implementing those actions (or non-actions) through my characters.  If I know what makes them tick emotionally I have to know what makes them tick sexually.  That's when I really feel myself giving over.  That's not to say that every sexual experience that I've written about I've done personally but I draw from those moments and try to figure out, for myself, how a lot of them happened.  Where was I emotionally to allow these things to happen or not happen?  In those times when things got strange what made me continue in those situations and with the ones I walked away from, why did I do that?

I guess I play a lot of "what if" with my past to get to the core of what my characters wants and desires are, but it's still all me. A perfect example of that would be in my story "The Dinner Party" that is in NNP's Postcards of Passion.  The heart of the story is about a bisexual woman who leaves her older lover to try and reconcile with her ex-boyfriend but when that relationship fails, she's forced to come back under certain "conditions".  It ends up turning into a group sex story that is F/F/F/M but each one of those characters is a little me mixed in with a lot of "what if's" from a moment in my past that didn't turn out as well as it does in this story.  In this story the jealously motivates the sex with the M/F married couple and allows a kind of emotional recognition with the other couple.  In reality, the jealously brewed to a point where the foursome became a threesome very quickly which was made even more odd because the person who left is the person who orchestrated it.  I was much younger then and my male libido took over and I lost a close friendship because of it. The strange things is that she didn't care when her girlfriend was with me, she got angry about watching her girlfriend with the other woman who was there.  She never viewed me as threat but since I chose to act out my physical wants and not think about her emotional needs I got the brunt of her anger.  The reasons were because we were good friends at the time and I brought the other woman to make that evening possible.  That story is very reflective of that personal situation from an emotional standpoint but all the character specifics are made up.  The emotional aspect comes from a place of "what if things had gone right and the lesson that needed to be learned happened that night".

I do have a lot of other stories that come from worlds I’ve never touched and probably won't have the ability to touch unless something in my life goes horribly wrong and I don't want that to happen.  But I know the one thing that I try to do is make sure that the emotional stakes that allow the sex to happen are as elevated as the physical sex itself. 
I guess the best way to put it would be if I can get someone to hates F/F stories to read one of mine and enjoy it because they emotionally understand what brought these characters together then I feel I've accomplished something.  The only way you can do that is to reveal as much of your emotional true self as you feel comfortable doing, even if the sexual aspects of the stories are only real in your fantasies.

What about you?
The emotional aspect to sex to me is more than the act. I want my readers to feel the tension and the angst that they feel, even if my characters think that they cannot be together. In Hells Angel my demon Kellah is standing outside Darrion Hunter’s home while he entertains a human woman. She had planned to break into his home and search through his things as he had done to her, a kind-of tit for tat. When Kellah realizes that Hunter has a woman in his house something happens to her, she becomes angry and resents that this woman is there, a possessiveness overwhelms Kellah, Hunter is hers and hers alone. In that moment as this demon realizes that she is attracted to the one that seeks to put her in jail for the rest of her life, she can hear their lovemaking, hear the bed squeak and see their reflections in the dimly lit room and she experiences pain like no other she had ever felt in Hell.
So to me the emotions of the characters, regardless of the act itself is paramount. That’s not to say that when any of my characters do finally get to fulfill their desires that it can be a re-enactment of my own wants and desires, that’s why writing is so fun. I can fuck who I want, and how I want, under the guise of one of my character, all of those hours spent typing have to be good for something don’t they?
Exactly!  That is where I have the most fun.  Writing characters that emotionally needs something so bad and then put obstacle after obstacle in front of them from achieving it.  Then when I do let them have it I can go anywhere I want because I've allowed the reader to feel they deserve it.

I guess that's why we do what we do.  To express that need so perfectly that anyone can understand it, feel it, taste it and want it for themselves.

That made me think of another thing.  When I write characters I have a tendency to write them physically flawed.  They're not that way for me but I try to focus on characters who, if they were real, most people wouldn't notice or they wouldn't have that instant physical attraction to.  I completely understand the allure of the physically "perfect" fantasy but I find it a lot more interesting to dive into the world of a character whose looks aren't as paramount as their desires.  Better yet, when they are driven to pursuit someone who doesn't fit that "perfect" look makes my fingers fly on the keyboard.

Maybe that's more of a reflection of living in Los Angeles.  There are a lot of extremely attractive people out here that spend all their time and money to get that way but when it come to human connection they are at a loss.  I won't go as far as to say that extremely attractive people are sexually boring but I will say that spending all that time to create an outward appearance that everybody desires says something about the internal emotional make up of that person.  I'll put it to you this way.  If I were writing an erotic story about a Hollywood starlet, I'd be naturally inclined to make her personal assistant my protagonist.  Especially because others would try to use her to get to the person she works for.  Eventually we could see the rules of this world through her eyes as she gets sucked into being this close to all the glamour. Eventually she will find what she really needs in the chauffeur or maybe the dog walker.  Somebody in the world who is willing to see her for what she really is not who she works for.  Ooh, I could put all sorts of obstacles in that.  See, I'm already into that world.  My brain is going to punch out that story outline later on tonight.

That brings me to something that I've always thought about when it comes to inspiration.  Do you go with the flow of your ideas or do you flush everything out first before you start dealing with the body of your work.  My muse loves to outline and plot things our first.  What about you?
Nah, that sounds like too much effort. I just sit and type and usually everything falls into place. There are books that I have outlined some events when I have lots of main characters and plots weaving through each other, but other than that I just let the characters run the show, they usually tell me when I’ve deviated from the story.

My characters aren’t physically flawed as such, although Hunter has been emotional eating I suspect. But, emotionally and personality flawed usually is involved with my characters. They each have to grow and learn, otherwise why bother to write them. That story sounds great, a really interesting mix and I hope that the words fly for you. Well this has been really interesting. It is great finding out what makes other writers tick, I guess we all are so very different in the way that we work and writing can be a lonely job sometimes so it’s nice to know that there are others like you out there tapping away, just like me.
Take care and thanks so much Kendel.
This has been great, Kim.  Thank you for chatting with me.  It's been very informative.  True we have different processes but we both want the same end result.  To connect to our readers in a very personal way that brings the emotional world into the reality of their minds.  It's a beautiful thing to want to do.  I wouldn't want to do anything else.

Friday, April 13, 2012

Read Living in the Now by Rawiya - hot mmf interracial menage

Naughty Nights Press is excited to present a new book by the very talented and multi faceted Sharita Lira, writing as Rawiya.
Is a spicy and sexy interracial mmf ménage, which will have you panting with desire while your body quakes with anticipation.
This book has everything that you would expect from an erotic romance, and more!
A story about three people searching for love in the most unconventional way. Bryan Finley and his partner Damien Earley would like a third in their relationship. While Damien is on a business trip, Bryan meets Mara Devine, a sultry sexy vixen who's insatiable and wants the same. Damien has other thoughts in mind but Mara does everything in her power to turn the tables in her favor.
Living in the Now by Rawiya
Bryan finished swallowing and peered into Mara’s deep brown orbs. He sat his glass on the nightstand and took her hands into his own. “Mara, I want you to be a permanent part of my life with Damien. I want both of you. Is that something you’d be open to?”
Without hesitation she replied, “Yes. I told you it’s what I’ve thought about.”
He breathed a sigh of relief. “I’m glad you are, Mara. I know you mentioned it but I still worried…”
“Not sure why, babe. I want this.”
Bryan brought her into him and hugged her tightly. “I know he’ll like you, Mara. You’re exactly what I’ve been looking for and I’m sure he’ll feel the same.”
Mara returned the kiss. “I hope so. You really are unique.”
Bryan’s mouth felt like the Sahara. He couldn’t have been happier about her response. While he finished his water, “You really are somethin’, you know? I can’t believe how easy you are to talk to.”
Mara handed him the bottle. “Hon, I try not to worry about things. Life’s too short to do that. I’m just glad you’ve been honest with me.”
“I had to, babe. I really care for you, Mara. Even though we just met, I just feel like you’re the one I want to be with Damien and me. You’re everything I’ve hoped for.” Bryan put the wine down before holding up his glass to hers.
“You’re exactly what I’ve wished for too.”        
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Monday, April 9, 2012

Chit Chat and All That! with Casey Johnson and Eden Connor talk about the Paranormal

Well it is that time once again for Chit Chat and All That!
This week while we recover from an overdose of chocolate goodies, Casey Johnson and Eden Connor are talking about Paranormal creatures in writing and is the Paranormal genre on its way out.
So grab your drink of choice, make yourself comfortable and read on.
Don't forget to keep the lights on in case you become scared *wink*

What kind of paranormal creatures do you like to see written about and or write about? Paranormal, is it on the way out?

A lush cave, lit by dozens and dozens of candles of all shapes, sizes and colours. Plush, hand woven carpets cover the floor. Rich tapestries cover the walls and separate sections into rooms. Casey welcomes Eden into her den, leading her to the plump chaise, while Casey stretches luxuriously on the carpet. The soundtrack for Queen Of The Damned plays quietly in the background. A bottle of red wine sits on a dark wood table with two large glasses, waiting to be poured.
Casey: Can’t beat lying on a soft carpet, when you’re in a smooth, silk dress. *Heaves a contented sigh* So, I’d say this is a fine setting to discuss the paranormal, wouldn’t you say, honey? I personally love all things paranormal. It speaks to me, no matter what types of creatures are in the story, though I do have a soft spot for vampires, witches, werewolves and deities, such as the Greek and Norse Gods. The powers they posses are wonderful to dream about.  And I love the bad guy as much as the good guy, but there’s something about a vampire with a heart, or soul, like Angel from the television series, or a werewolf with a conscience, like Derek from my series Wolf Smitten. They are heroes, with a hint of the wild, untamed beast in them. *Sighs again dreamily*

Eden: *looks around, fanning* These candles are giving me a hot flash, Casey-Lyne
Eden:  <grin> Lovely cave you have here. I’ll admit to reading my fair share of paranormal erotic romances. One of my favorites is the Demonica Series by Larissa Ione. I can’t quite bring myself to write one, however. In some ways, it seems to me it’s almost ‘cheating’. What I mean by that is, the writer gets to skip the complications of human attraction in at least one character. Paranormal creatures are by and large portrayed as ‘fated’ to love a certain character. Not always, but often enough. I’m not saying I won’t ever write one, just that, well, my degree is in Psychology --of the human variety.
Casey: With a name like Demonica, that sounds like a series I would love!  *Mark names on desktop post-it-it-note* I have always loved the paranormal, and now that I can appreciate a good erotic story, that just adds to the spice, for me. I do get what you mean, though it does take away certain human elements, and can make it easy, maybe a little too easy. I guess that’s another reason why I prefer those creatures that are still partly human like vampires and werewolves. It’s easy enough to still keep human emotions and complications. My Derek still has family and ex lovers to make his life interesting, but I’ll admit that his attraction to Krissy was very much “fated”, as you put it. But I put that down to my romance-aholic side of me. *giggles* After all, it’s instant attraction in my non-paranormal romance, as well. I can’t help it, I love to love!
Eden: I think any fiction is an escape, but paranormal fiction lets a reader pursue the most fanciful ‘of what if’s’. I think at the heart of the attraction, is the  desire every woman has to be found irresistibly attractive to a man. That ‘nature-decreed’ mating , as Lora Leigh has penned so beautifully in her Breeds series, is compelling. She explores the conflicts between the humans who feel they have no choice in the mating matter, and the DNA-recombinant part feline/part human Breeds., who may actually die if their mate is taken from them.
I adore the series, I have every one. We both know it’s the conflicts in romantic fiction which keep a reader spellbound. as well as those Alpha males, whether they are furry or just  infuriatingly human.
Casey: *Laughs* Oh indeed. The Alpha males sure know how to get our attention. Though the leading ladies are very lovely as well. It is wonderful to imagine ourselves as these beautiful, strong women who capture the attention of the hunky Alphas, and yet still be rescued by them without losing that strength and dignity. *Stares off into space, dreamy expression* I’m sorry, I tend to get very distracted by such tantalising thoughts. *Wink* I can talk for hours about anything paranormal, just ask my SO *giggles*
Eden: I think the paranormal Alpha male is the distilled essence of the human variety. He’ll be true his nature, and that means he acknowledges his biological and social need for a female, while many human males all too often deny that part of their natures. The paranormal male is out to mate for life. The human male is out to hook up for tonight. When Human Male meets a female he can’t walk away from, that’s the stuff of contemporary erotic romance.
Casey: I think you’re right about those differences. It seems the vast majority of human men aren’t looking for the life mate, but the night-time-fling. Instant gratification. I think the para male needs it more, or at least is willing to accept that he needs it to belong in the world. In my experience of para reading, the males usually have had a rough life that made them feel unworthy, and they need that someone to make them feel that they have a purpose. They have the physical strength, usually, to take care of themselves in the “wild” world, but their hearts are fragile, in a way.  My favourite leading paranormal male has to be Daemon Sadi from Anne Bishop’s Black Jewels series. He’s a cold hearted man in the search for the woman he was born to love. She gives him purpose, someone to love and protect, and the series follows him finding his purpose, and their love. I love series for that reason. You get to know the characters more.
Eden: I’m a dedicated follower of a few series of paranormal, but--I think my problem with it is that I feel those two series are  going to be hard to top. (Demonica and Breeds) In the post-Twilight era, it would scare the crap outta me to have to write a vampire novel, because that is the standard against which your work would be judged. Truth is, I do have 75% of a novel that might qualify as paranormal. (I’m no expert) I kinda made up some human-looking creatures with magical abilities. Just haven’t finished it. World-building is time-consuming. But I do feel if magic exists in the world, there must be a downside to balance the use of it. Not many paranormal series touch on this concept--most allow the unfettered use of magic  where the only fear is discovery--, but I tend to like the stories which raise the stakes and set a price for the paranormal characters to pay for being paranormal or for using their magic. To me, that would side-step my ‘easy’ objection, and allow for greater conflict.
Casey: That’s something for paranormal writers to consider, and certainly something I might have to explore, myself.
So that was a little bit of a detour. *Giggles* I think we can agree that, although the market is flooded with paranormal right now, that with the amount of variety and roles to  explore, it’s hardly on the way out. If anything, I think it will keep on growing for a while yet!
Eden: I think paranormal is here to stay. The sub-genre allows for great imagination. Since you and I began this chat, I got involved in a Goodreads group that hosts an annual photo/word prompt competition, and ended up with a prompt to write from that is definitely going to have a paranormal bent. It will be a departure for me, but stretching your wings as a writer is half  the fun.
Casey: I couldn’t agree more. I was a bit hesitant about exploring the erotica genre, but now I’m loving it. Broadening our circles can only help us grow more. And now this prompt is inspiring paranormal... Welcome to the dark side. We have cookies *giggles*
Eden: Ah, yes. That’s the same thing a group of stellar hard erotica writers told me recently; come taste the cookies!  Meeting other writers and hearing why they write what they write is beneficial, I think. It can make you question why you are pulled to write your own stuff, and putting some thought into that is never a bad idea. I have bulletin boards filled with story ideas I never expected to write; some hard erotica, some contemporary erotic romance, which I lean toward, and now I have to throw in a dash of paranormal as well. I do expect to write some hard erotica for Naughty Nights Hot Shots series. I like to take the concept for my stories from news articles, and there has been a lot going on in the world lately that has made good food for thought.
Casey: It always adds a nice splash of a different tone in to the mix, I think. My stories are the other way around, mostly paranormal with splashes of romance and erotica thrown in. A lot of fiction writers dabble in the paranormal, though not all of course. But it is definitely a genre that will always have a large audience, and a large amount of authors to answer the call.

Friday, April 6, 2012

Easter Blog Hop...enter for your chance to win a copy of Campus Sexploits Deux


To celebrate Easter and our participation in the EASTER BLOG HOP

We will be giving away two copies of CAMPUS SEXPLOITS DEUX.

What do you have to do to win you ask? Well our sexy little bunnies it is very easy...all you have to do is leave your name, email address and what version you would prefer your copy of Campus Sexploits Deux to be in. 

Now remember this blog hop runs from the 6th of April to the 8th of April 2012.

Easter Blog Hop
Then when you have finished with us, we encourage you to go visit the official Easter Blog Hop page, where you will find lots of busy Easter Bunnies offering some tempting gifts and surprises to win. Lots of Easter fun for everyone.

“Campus Sexploits Deux” A Naughty Nights Press Anthology

Ever do anything in college or university that was considered “outrageous” by your friends?
Maybe you engaged in spontaneous, steamy sex with a “god-like” classmate you’d lusted after all year... Or found that one of your Professor’s best classes - the most memorable - was hands on tutelage of the sexual kind... Or perhaps you joined your roommate in a special brand of her own kink, had a girl on girl experience, or both at the same time...

Campus Sexploits Deux is the second book in a series of anthologies all about the fantasy fun days of youth. Four naughty college/university themed erotic short stories to tantalize and tease the senses while giving readers a little taste of the wickedly erotic worlds these four fantastic authors can weave. Worlds of incredible earth-shattering sexual freedom involving college or university students and the sexual antics they participate in. Worlds you can just feel yourself fall into...

Campus Sexploits Deux Anthology Contributors List

Nicole Wolfe - Twenty Toes
When Shelley comes home early from swim team practice to find her college roommate, Alice, watching girl-girl porn and sucking her own toes, she gets to dip her toes into the pool of foot worship.

Rowan Elizabeth - Binding Dean
Sage’s twenty-first birthday is not starting with the bang she hoped it would. Her older group of friends had done bar hopping to death and weren’t interested in helping Sage with her first experience.
She meets up with a previous semester geography class’ object of lust, built Army Ranger Dean, and the two go out to celebrate. Sage and the Soldier end up in the back seat of Sage’s car and an odd request throws Sage out of the confines of her normally vanilla sex life.  This is one birthday she is sure to remember.

A. L. Jones - Late Night Rendezvous
Leila is a college student at Cornell University. One night, while walking home from the library, she runs into Erik, one of her coworkers from the Green Dragon cafe. Erik offers to drive her back to her dorm, and before she knows it, Leila is hooking up with Erik in the back of his car.

Maggie Morton - Carnal Knowledge
Professor Stevens normally teaches Creative Writing, but that’s only her day job – at night, she teaches an entirely different type of class. With a volunteer named Emma, and twelve attentive students, she is going to demonstrate how to properly pleasure a woman. All the men are virgins, as is Emma, so in the Professor’s opinion, this class is intensely necessary.
The Professor doesn’t really teach the class to help out the men – no, it’s to make sure that any women they go to bed with in the future receive exactly what they’re owed – amazing sex. And it’s to help a young woman come into her own sexually, just like Emma does during the class. Once everyone has taken their turn, they all leave, and the Professor’s favorite class is next – she gets out black, plastic gloves and puts a new sign on the door to the classroom – “Anal Fisting 101.”

The rules for winning again is...
Two winners will be chosen using and an email will be sent with the copy of Campus Sexploits Deux attached within 48 hours of being chosen and published.

Campus Sexploits Deux is available for purchase from All Romance E-Books, Amazon and Smashwords