Book Review: Girls Who Score, edited by Ily Goyanes

Girls Who ScoreGirls Who Score is a lesbian erotic anthology with a theme of athletics/sports. Edited by Ily Goyanes, this book also boasts contributions from writers such as Sacchi Green, D. L. King, Delilah Devlin, Shanna Germain, Sinclair Sexsmith, Sommer Marsden, Cheyenne Blue and many more.

The tales have roller derby, soccer, hockey, scuba diving, gym-related sex and lots of other sexy, sweaty sports variety. I really liked the range of stories, showing off the imaginations of the writers incredibly well. My particular favourites were Chairs by Sommer Marsden, Run, Jo, Run by Cheyenne Blue and Goddess in a Red-and-Blue Speedo by D.L. King.

As with all anthologies, there were stories included that I wasn’t keen on – a couple I read the first couple of pages then skipped the rest altogether. But the good stories far outweigh these, making this a good book choice for those that enjoy lesbian erotic fiction.

Available from:
Amazon UK
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Cover Model David Santa Lucia is Fifty Shades Hotter than Christian Grey…I invite you to decide! by Shari Nichols

coverwhWhenever I think of Valentine’s Day, images of long stemmed red roses, heart shaped boxes of chocolate and of course, hot men come to mind. The Fifty Shades frenzy has hit with a vengeance. This Valentine’s Day women will be lining up at theaters around the globe to finally experience the allusive Christian Grey in all his male glory on the big screen. But there will be another incredibly sexy male on the scene, whose face and muscled physique will soon be everywhere.

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I have no doubt he’ll capture the hearts and the imagination of women both young and old. His name is David Santa Lucia, and not only is he easy on the eyes, but he’s smart, grounded and damn if he doesn’t look good soaking wet!

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My Favourite Place to Write, Or, In Other Words, Full Circle by Sierra Cartwright (@sierrawrites)

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When I started writing, I used to drag yellow legal pads everywhere. I’d scribble ideas while making dinner, writing the grocery list, folding the laundry, waiting for the kids in the car after school, in the doctor’s waiting rooms, anywhere and everywhere. I wasn’t picky, but I was compulsive.

All of my habits changed when I got my first computer. It was a desktop, and it didn’t take me long to abandon the yellow legal pad complete with its dog-eared pages filled with scribbles, doodles of swans and clouds, crossed out sections, underlined and misspelled words, dozens of exclamation points and ideas that were scrawled in the margins.

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Interview: Katie de Long

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How did you start writing erotica?

Kind of a bet, actually. My man-beast is a writer, and was debating dabbling in the genre. We collaborated on one of his projects, and he said I had a knack for it, dared me to work on Queen of Clubs, out of our shared love and conflict towards Frank Miller’s work. We’re huge Sin City fans, but the Old Town Girls definitely got short shrift with Frank’s issues with women.

 

What’s your favourite published work of yours and why?

Tough one. In general, I’m a fan of the whole Queen of Clubs series. The individual stories, there’s some that resonate with me more than others, and I expect that’s the same reading them, but the entirety of it is something I’m very proud of. The club is as much a character as any of the dancers or customers, just as able to harm people or make mistakes. My editor has read some of the later stories, the ones that are a year or so away from making it to you guys, for chronological cohesion, and the first time she said “I was so disappointed the club did that, because I liked the person they hurt,” it just cemented it.

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Author Profile: Lilia Ford

liliafordWhen she was starting her Ph.D. in English back in the nineties, or when she was toiling away on her dissertation for eight glorious years, or even when she was teaching freshman composition and “great books,” Lilia Ford really did not see herself becoming an author of what she fondly calls ‘smut.’  But, hey, life throws curveballs, and so here she is, author of four published novels spanning a whole mess of genres: erotic fantasy, erotic contemporary ménage, M/M sci-fi, and even Teen Wolf fanfiction! Lilia’s also a book-a-day reader, music junkie, caffeine junkie, mother of two adorably impossible sons (or impossibly adorable?), dog lover, and lifelong New Yorker.

Her novels include College Bound, The Heartwood Box: A Fairy TalePet to the Tentacle Monsters! and The Slave Catcher..

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Author Profile: Faye Hall

avatar_thumbFaye Hall’s passion driven, mystery filled books are set in small townships of North Queensland, Australia during the late 1800’s.

Each of her novels bring something symbolically Australian to her readers, from Aboriginal herbal remedies, to certain gemstones naturally only found in this part of the world.

Each of her books tell of a passionate connection between the hero and heroine, surrounded and threatened by deceit, scandal, theft and sometimes even murder.

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Caught on Camera by Lily Harlem (@lily_harlem)

caughtoncamera_part1_800Hello, and thank you for inviting me to Erotica For All today. My new serial, Caught on Camera, is out now, each part available, and it’s all about the making of a gay porn movie called Slippery Slots (well, it is set in Las Vegas!). Part One is FREE so be sure to grab your copy.

I’ll be honest, making a gay porn movie isn’t something I have experience with so it did require a little research. Luckily the internet is pretty damn awesome for us writers these days and if we have a question there’ll be a selection of answers somewhere on the net.

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An Interview with Brandi Evans (@brandi_evans)

 

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Tell us about your journey to publication.

Well, one day at work, I was bored and decided to write down one of the stories rattling around in my head. No seriously. I was bored over my lunch break and just started writing. It was a romantic suspense about a woman who falls in love with her murdered husband’s younger brother as they search for the killer. The story was never published, and looking at the manuscript now, I can see why, LOL. The idea’s good, but the writing was atrocious. ;-)

After that story, I drifted around a while, “trying out” different genres until finally discovering I like the hot stuff. Seriously, like it, LOL. Not sure what that says about me, but I really don’t care.

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Sex between consenting human beings, no matter the number of partners or genders involved, is beautiful to me.

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