What I write

I never set out to be an erotic author.

It found me. I didn’t find it.

I am very glad…eternally glad it did.

The more I write the more I believe in the power of erotica.  By writing these stories, I celebrate femininity. Women draw their power from the sensual.  In that, there is much to explore, transform and enjoy.

So, today I invite you to treat yourself to a feast of sensations — have a bubble bath, breathe in the perfume of a rose, listen to a meadowlark sing, eat chocolate covered strawberries.

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Yesterday I introduced you to UNTOUCHED PLACES.  The projected publication date is August 1st. To ease our pain of waiting, I plan to write daily on this blog until and including that date.

Here is the cover of my first book…

passion, love, sex…sensuality — it’s all there.

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8 Responses to What I write

  1. Grace this is so perfect…. “So, today I invite you to treat yourself to a feast of sensations — have a bubble bath, breathe in the perfume of a rose, listen to a meadowlark sing, eat chocolate covered strawberries.”

    I accept your invitation:)

  2. Enjoy, Terrill.
    Nice visiting with you,
    Grace

  3. Melinda Menzies says:

    Hi Grace,

    I too will accept your invitation to delight the senses today. I adore that photo at the top of your blog it just cries out to have a story written about it…

    Can’t wait to read your book

    Cheers

    Mel

    • Hi Melinda,
      Thank you so much for dropping by. I really like the photo too. Unfortunately, I can’t take credit for it. It was a gift from WordPress.
      My goal is to make a daily post until my book is available (projected publication date August, 1st). I hope you will drop by again.

  4. Nice cover, I love it! Both the title and the cover suggest so much, one must check that book out for sure.

    Best of luck!

  5. Beautiful cover! Best wishes for publication and sales.

    • Thank you, Lorraine. I was thrilled to see the art when it arrived in my email inbox. I’ve never worked with an artist on a book cover before. So, for me, it was so magically to see someone else “get it” and capture it so well and with such talent.

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