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Here’s some Hot News: The Kindle edition of “Good Pussy Bad Pussy – Rachel’s Tale” has now been reduced by my publisher to $3.49! Smoking! So if you’re looking for a captivating bedtime read that will keep you turning the pages, you can download Good Pussy Bad Pussy here: http://amzn.to/1lvdAcN

The book has been getting 5-Star reviews all around – both on Goodreads and Amazon. Well-known reviewers like Renee Giraldy have given the book 5 Stars and said: Good Pussy Bad Pussy is a “great freaking book”! You can read her 5-Star review here: http://bit.ly/ZjjpjC

Renee also said: “Then I meet Albert. I was DONE. I loved him. I knew as a mature man he was the lover and friend Rachel needed. I LOVED the book and I hope I can help getting the word out. I really think we all need an Albert! U totally rocked that character but not as much as Rachel”…

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In my book, “Good Pussy Bad Pussy – Rachel’s Tale”, readers can follow the beautiful and naive Rachel in her dangerous attempt to be free, follow her heart and satisfy her pussy – all at the same time! From Amsterdam to the French Riviera to New York City – from her blond lover Stefan, to the aristocratic Albert, and mad doctor Howard, Rachel tastes the forbidden fruit – and likes it. That is until life takes a very surprising turn! And yet another…

BUT… it’s also really interesting to notice how most people frame this book and the work I am doing. Many are calling the book “erotica” or “erotic fiction” or “xxx-rated fiction” and well the interesting thing is I didn’t think of any of these things when I was writing “Good Pussy Bad Pussy”. I didn’t have any of these labels in my head. I just wrote a book about a woman exploring life and relationships and her sexuality because I find the subject fascinating and because I feel that our sexuality is just a normal part of our lives. So I didn’t put what I was writing into any special category.

“Good Pussy Bad Pussy is a perfect example of sex as art and entertainment!” says Guy Hogan of the Pittsburgh Flash Fiction Gazette. See his interview with me here: http://wp.me/p4l6rJ-aZI

When you think about it, not only is sex completely normal, sex and our sexuality is probably the strongest human drive of all. So as far as I’m concerned, the real question is not whether or not what I write is so-called “erotica” but why we separate sex like we do from the rest of our lives? I just read that Timothy Clark, curator at the British Museum Shunga exhibition, said in an interview about the museum’s latest exhibition of Japanese erotic art: “The division between art and obscene pornography is a Western concept. There was no sense in Japan that sex or sexual pleasure was sinful.”

So I think it’s about time we ask ourselves why there are so many taboos around something that is so natural, wonderful, joyful, amazing, and fun as sex is? What it is about our society and social programming that leads us to believe that there’s something “sinful”, “wrong”, “bad”, or “dirty” when it comes to something so fundamental and wonderful as sex and our sexual drive?

As I say in my “Good Pussy Bad Pussy” books (yes I just finished “Good Pussy Bad Pussy book 2”): Nothing satisfies like sex. Nothing completes like sex. Nothing releases like sex. Nothing can compete with sex.

 “I thought it was impossible to find an Erotica book with a strong story and solid characters until I read Good Pussy Bad Pussy,” says January Gray. See her review of the book here: http://bit.ly/1sv90OH

 

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