Felix Baron started writing with a weekly erotic column for an underground newspaper, The Vancouver Star. He discovered that he liked writing. Next came a horror novel for Corgi/Bantam which led to an intro to the editor of Nexus. After his first submission to them (Marsha Moves her Assets) was rejected for being, “very sexy, very funny, but no jokes, please. We don’t laugh about sex,” he sold them The Witch Queen of Vixania, Slaves of the Witch Queen, Rue Marquis de Sade, Sweet as Sin and The Persian Girl.
On the side, he sold erotic novels to Robinson Eros, Titan and Orion’s Neon, plus several thousand short stories, some to print anthologies but mainly to pay-websites. For eight years he had a contract with the original Smut site to provide them with four short stories a month.
Now he lives in unwedded bliss with Madeline Moore, with whom he collaborates on crime novels and movie scripts when they aren’t teaching or otherwise amusing themselves.