*IT JUMPED RIGHT OFF THE PAGE AT ME*

March 26, 2017

Today I was on the Facebook UK book page. I was looking at the books advertised and also getting ready to promote my own books. Well as I was scrolling the page, a book jumped out at me. Well, the description jumped out at me, a novelette called Fling Confessionals: Erin. The description was not smoking hot, and the cover didn’t have tits and ass plastered all over it.

 

The author had the book posted for 99 cents. Excellent price right…well, I think so, I purchased it. I haven’t popped the book open yet. However, my anticipation of some good sex scenes (realistic, hot and steamy) is driving me crazy. See, I love a good erotic read. The type that can pull you in and then make you go jump your partner. The way a good erotica should be in my opinion, and yes, I have read many.

 

I hope the story is an original one. I am tired of picking up so-called erotic reads, just to find out that the author almost wrote word for word a Rosemary Rogers books. I am a fan of Ms. Rosemary Rogers, that woman can write some good stuff. I first started reading her books in the 70’s. Yeah, I am an old head, and I know my erotic reads. No, you will not see Fifty Shades of Grey on my bookshelf or even on my tablet. I got through barely one chapter, which was given to me to read! Nope, I like and love original works, not knock offs, especially half ass knock offs at that.

 

Now back to the news. I will not be reading my treat for a few weeks. This treat is to be saved for the book club’s pleasure. South-side Book and Writers Club will review its first erotic read, between April 15th and May 15th.

 

As I always say, share and support your indie authors

 

Kim

Share on Facebook
Share on Twitter
Please reload

Featured Posts

LIFE

October 20, 2019

1/10
Please reload

Recent Posts

October 20, 2019

October 13, 2019

May 19, 2019

April 19, 2019

March 28, 2019

Please reload

Search By Tags
Please reload

Richmond, Virginia, United States

Email@Kim_Walton@yahoo.com

Copyright@2019 Kim L. Walton