erotic anthology

Review: Smut in the City by Lucy Felthouse and Victoria Blisse

Review: Smut in the City by Lucy Felthouse and Victoria Blisseby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Why This Type of Anthology: Different people have views on what is smutty, some think it is a bad thing full of thoughts of men in dirty mackintoshes holding brown paper bags full of pornographic material, but that isn’t always the case. If readers have seen comedy movies such as the […]

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The Process of Creating a New Anthology

The Process of Creating a New Anthologyby Guest Blogger

Anthologies are a popular choice in Erotic fiction. Our hectic schedules often prevent us from getting a little ‘Me’ time, but erotic fiction that excites and arouses can be the perfect antidote to the humdrum. An anthology provides a great opportunity for readers to sample new authors—and genres. It also gives them the ability to […]

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Review: Sweet Confessions by Violet Blue

Review: Sweet Confessions by Violet Blueby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Cleis are well known for their novels that break the boundaries of what many would call acceptable erotica, but they are also known for their talented writers who push the envelope as far as writing is concerned. Sweet Confessions can be described as that. It pushes the very boundaries of what […]

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Get into Bed with Kristina Wright (Author Interview)

Get into Bed with Kristina Wright (Author Interview)by Sandra Scholes

Sandra: What made you want to set up the stories for your Best Erotic Romance anthology? Kristina: Actually, the idea for doing a Best Erotic Romance came from my publisher. My previous anthologies had been focused on erotic romance and they thought I would be a good match to edit the anthology. I was thrilled […]

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Review: Carnal Machines edited by D.L. King

Review: Carnal Machines edited by D.L. Kingby Sandra Scholes

by Sandra Scholes, guest reviewer In Victorian times the emphasis on women and men was of being courteous, proper and reserved, yet in society that didn’t sit well with many of the people of the day, especially the well off and super rich who held lavish balls and parties at their huge estates where who […]

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Review: Gotta Have It edited by Rachel Kramer Bussel

Review: Gotta Have It edited by Rachel Kramer Busselby Sandra Scholes

by Sandra Scholes, guest reviewer We’re a busy lot us humans, and it takes a lot for us to take a break, even when we need it. If you’re ever in one of those situations, whether you are at work, or work from home, get a copy of this book – it will change your […]

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Review: Secrets Vol: 29 – Indulge Your Fantasies

Review: Secrets Vol: 29 - Indulge Your Fantasiesby Sandra Scholes

by Sandra Scholes, guest reviewer In Sweet Talking the Opposition by Saskia Walker Marcus Weston was the last person Eliza thought she’d meet on a cruise on the Rhine River, but when she is there for a business conference she has to play it very cool. She has to be careful as he was a […]

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Review: Women on the Edge of Space by Daniell Bodnar and Cecilia Tan

Review: Women on the Edge of Space by Daniell Bodnar and Cecilia Tanby Sandra Scholes

by Sandra Scholes, guest reviewer After an interesting and in depth introduction by Danielle Bodnar about the science-fiction genre, its reasons for intriguing her to want to have a compilation of stories based in deep space, the reader is treat to four stories of how women cope with their lives in space starting with an […]

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