By day Kate Marley is a mild mannered journalist (well mostly, although she gets cross at people not taking their turn making the tea), working hard at a career she loves, surrounded by friends, amused and exasperated by her family in about equal measure. By night (and on holiday) she writes honestly – and with occasional bursts of sarcasm – about sex. She writes erotic fiction and non-fiction for publishers including Xcite and magazines including Foreplay and Foreplay Presents BDSM, where she has a regular column, “When Kate did…” which focuses on new sexual experiences and seen her trying and then writing about erotic mummification and electroplay, among other things.
Focusing on D/s themes, and the anachronism of being an independent woman who enjoys submission, Kate’s first book “Subtext: A Modern Day Tale of Female Submission” came out this autumn. It’s had some very positive reviews so far, Kate’s favourite of which includes the immortal line ‘I will never look at chopsticks in the same way again’.
Kate’s view on both sex and erotica is that life is too short to be po-faced, and her writing reflects that sense of fun.
Find Kate on:
Her website http://www.katemarley.com