Archive for October, 2013

It’s been fun!

Posted: October 22, 2013 in Uncategorized

I big shout out to those of you who have found my blog, especially to those who have come back for more.  🙂  I probably won’t be updating for awhile, since my real life is calling.  Of course I will update as soon as I decide to write something else controversial that I don’t want to sully my reputation over, but until then check out what is available on Barnes & Noble.  My most recent short story, Trudy’s Coma Patient was just approved for Premium status at smashwords, so it will eventually show up at B&N for sale.

Until then, keep thinking dirty thoughts!



Barnes & Noble

Posted: October 13, 2013 in Erotica

It seems that B&N is a bit slow to upload books…but then maybe I’m just impatient. I want it yesterday, people!

Anyway, here is the link to where my 15 layers trilogy is along with anything else that I publish through Smashwords:


New erotic short available

Posted: October 11, 2013 in Erotica

I just wrote on another taboo topic, non-consensual sex, but the roles are reversed.  This time it’s a woman screwing a man who is in a coma.  I tried my best not to make any reference to 50 Shades, but I was unable to resist including a bit of snark.  🙂

So, if that sounds fun to you, head on over to Smashwords and read it for just 99 cents.  I swear I would offer these lower if they allowed it, but it’s either that or free, and I have enough free stuff there already.

My next short will include a stalker raping his victim, so stay tuned.

OK, the gloves are coming off.  I stumbled upon this gem while lurking around Jenny Trout’s site:

It pisses me off that she feels she must defend her reasons for admitting this trilogy is atrocious crap.  And that isn’t an opinion people.  It is CRAP, and that’s a FACT!  The fact that you people who defend this shit don’t realize it, means you are too messed up in the head to realize something is majorly wrong with you.  So here is what I’m going to do.  I’m going to go through and answer all the questions Jenny answered, but I will not be as diplomatic as she was.

It’s just fiction/entertainment! Why are you so mad?

Fiction? OK, I’ll go for that, but entertainment?  If you find something as vile as the way Christian treats Ana as entertainment, then go crawl back under your rock.  I’m mad because it scares me that so many women are swooning over this monster.  Maybe this is why it took so long for women to gain the same rights as men, because we (as a gender) are too damn stupid to be trusted to make the right decisions.  All you women who want to be Ana and “cared” for by a man like Christian?  You all are admitting you want a man to abuse you, as long as he is rich, gorgeous and sexy.  That idea makes me want to vomit.  THAT is why I’m so mad.

Okay, but that doesn’t mean it’s a bad book. That doesn’t mean it’s responsible for Domestic Violence.

Who the fuck said this trash is responsible for domestic violence?  That existed as far back as…well, forever.  Cavemen saw a woman they wanted, they would hit her on the head with a club, drag her away by her hair and then rape the shit out of her. We are supposed to be advanced beyond that, but you bimbos who love Christian Grey are just sending a neon beacon to all the neanderthal men out there that you still like that.  BRAVO!

So, no one should ever write anything, because someone might emulate it and get hurt?

If what you want to write might emulate someone to get hurt, then maybe you should crawl back under your rock.  No, that isn’t even the issue. I couldn’t give a shit less if some stupid woman reads this and tells her husband or boyfriend she wants him to be Christian, so he beats the shit out of her.  If she likes it, well, that’s her issue, but again, Ana never likes that in any of the books.  She just wants Christian to love her, like that is even possible.  The man is such a wreck, he can’t possibly know what love is.

Well, what do you want, then?

I want Stephanie Meyer to grow a pair and take EL James to court, asking for an injunction to stop selling books/movies based on fan fiction of HER work. That shit isn’t supposed to be allowed.  Too bad she didn’t do it in the first place before so many millions of women disappointed me about my own gender.  I don’t even know if I want to continue writing erotic fiction for women, since obviously I won’t write what they crave: a leading man who is such an abusive asshole!  YUCK!

But why? E.L. James doesn’t owe anyone anything, and it’s not her fault if someone reads her book and does something stupid. Besides, she wrote it for herself and for people who “get it.”

People who get it?  Who, idiots like you?  If EL James wrote this as her own personal fantasy, then she is as messed up as the rest of you bimbos.  But here’s the rub, people. Unless I’m wrong, EL hated Twilight, and she started writing Master of the Universe as a spoof of that series.  But the idiots who liked it weren’t smart enough to realize it, so she just went with it, probably laughing her ass off the whole time.  And now she’s laughing her ass off all the way to the bank, making over $1.3 million a week thanks to brainless women who have no personality of their own, and can’t recognize a joke when they read it.  If it wasn’t being taken so seriously be EVERYONE, I would think it was funny too.  But the truth is, all the millions of people who love this shit think it’s for real!  THAT IS DEPRESSING THE HELL OUT OF ME!

It’s not abuse, it’s BDSM!  You just don’t understand kink!

I don’t think YOU understand kink.  I’m pretty sure both people have to be in agreement with what is going on, and both be turned on by it.  Ana spends the whole trilogy tied up in emotional knots. She doesn’t like it, merely tolerates it because she somehow convinced herself that she was madly in love with this asshole within weeks of meeting him.

So, the only thing you’re mad about is that E.L. James won’t tell people not to try this at home?

This doesn’t apply to me, so I won’t bother answering it.  Besides, I’m so mad about the whole thing, I laugh at the idea of only being mad about that one issue.  I don’t care what anyone does in the privacy of their own bedroom.  I just don’t want to know about it.

You’re just putting words in her mouth! You don’t know if that’s what she meant. She could have just said it wrong.

You could be right here, since I don’t think ELJ meant anything bad about her shit trilogy. Like I said, it was meant to make fun of Twilight. It was never supposed to stand on its own.

It’s not like she said that to a survivor directly. She probably does worry about those women.

Considering how I read that ELJ was a total bitch to Twilight fans before she was famous, I sincerely doubt she gives two shits about anyone now, let alone abuse survivors.

What do you get out of defending this woman and her books?

Since this was a question directed at Jenny’s readers, I will also ask the question, even though I know my readership is dismal.  LOL  It is a valid question. If I was one of the screwed up women out there who was in love with Christian, I would hope I wouldn’t be so quick to admit it.  I might need to evaluate what is wrong with my life that I would be attracted to such a man.  Maybe get professional help?  I know I’ll never understand why women are so turned on by these books or by Christian.  The sex is average at best. I’ve read and written better. I like strong men who protect their women.  I’ve even liked Vikings in historical romances.  Bossing around a woman on occasion is great in the right context.  But nothing about how Christian treats Ana is right.  So yeah, those of us who feel strongly about this will speak up.  Unfortunately, our anger and passion merely fuels EL James’ bank account, since more and more people want to find out what is so shocking. Have you morons never heard of a library?  Or borrow from one of your idiotic friends?  Please stop making this woman even richer!

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You want to know something funny about me?  I hate poetry.  I mean I loathe it. I hate to read it or hear it, especially the epic poems that don’t even rhyme.  It it doesn’t sound like a nursery rhyme, I want nothing to do with it.

BUT I do have fun writing them sometimes.  I especially had fun writing my most recent one about that lovable and laughable Christian Grey. You know the one who makes panties across the world damp? Yes, that’s the one.

If you loathe, um, I mean love, him as much as I do, be sure to check out my new parody poem about him:

Best baked potato EVER!

Posted: October 3, 2013 in Review

I just had to share this, since i experimented last night, and it turned out super yummy!

Disclaimer: yes, I realize that actual baked potatoes (as in the oven) are the best, but I don’t have the patience to wait that long, especially when the end result is as wonderful as this turned out to be!

Take one well sized (dare i say endowed?) potato and scrub it well with water.  Rinse.
Put damp potato on a plate and drizzle with olive oil.  Don’t over do it.  Using your fingers, rotate the potato on the plate and rub the oil to coat the skin.
Light sprinkle potato with salt – sea salt works best.
Put in microwave and bake for 8 minutes.

When there’s about a minute to go, take a few tablespoons of butter and minced garlic and put in microwave safe cup.  Sprinkle in salt to your own taste.  Once potato is done, swap it for the cup in the microwave and heat butter/garlic for about 40 seconds.  You want the butter melted but not boiling.
While that’s heating, cut the potato in half length wise and then slice each half down the middle (skin should be facing down)
Stir butter/garlic and make sure it’s all liquid and then evenly pour over spread out potato.

Then sprinkle generously with bacon bits and grated cheese (you can skip this if you don’t like cheese…but who the hell doesn’t like cheese besides weird people?)
Microwave for an additional 40 seconds and enjoy!  I know I did!

I’m starting to wonder if I should have named my 15 Layers trilogy a bit closer to the original? I’ve looked for other parodies, and they can easily be found since they basically steal the original title: 50 Shades of Beige, 50 Shades of Grayish, 50 Shades of Black & Blue.  Though I love the title I came up with, it won’t be as easy to find with all those others jumping to the top of search.  Oh well, hindsight is always 20/20, and I won’t change it now.  I might have to change the search description though to make it more obvious. Maybe then it stands a chance of getting some hits.  I want at least one trashy review.  I know over 500 people have read the first free installment, but so far nothing!  😦

Guess I can only watch and wait.