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by Sexy Scarlett
Posted: May 28, 2012
I’m experimenting with flash fiction and I invite you...
“In sleep he sang to me, in dreams he came. That voice which calls to me and speaks my name. And do I dream again? For now I find The Phantom… is there inside my mind.”(inspiration for "Never Alone") ::. "Lust, like gravity, is a difficult force to overcome." (Erynn A. Louviaite, Never Alone) ::. “Interviewer: So, why do you write these strong female characters? Joss Whedon: Because you’re still asking me that question.” ::. For anyone who enjoys a strong female protagonist and action-filled storylines, come meet Samantha (whose unique talents put her in danger), Asheni (a tribal princess who tries to escape an arranged marriage into another world), Jessica & Elsie (who are trying to survive a futuristic and dangerous America), Delanie (who is accepted into the mysterious boarding school, Kleinfeld Academy), and finally Greta (who is stepping up in the sequel to my first erotic novella, “Never Without”). My leading ladies are standouts like Katniss, Hermione, & Eowyn in this Booksie world of Bellas and Anastasias. ::. READ REQUESTS: I'm open to requests, but I likely will not respond unless you comment me first. I don't enjoy romance novels unless they are unique (no shouldn’t-work-out-but-does clichéd novels please). I also don’t read Erotica that involves minors, incest, or anything that is not ULTIMATELY ENJOYABLE for ALL involved. The amount of rape stories on Booksie concerns me greatly and I have a new policy of avoiding anything with tags about rape or abuse. Fifty Shades of Gray was a step backwards for BDSM erotica and while some scenes were hot, their relationship was abuse, not healthy BDSM. ::. COMMENTS: I love receiving and providing thoughtful comments with constructive criticism. I try to return the favor comment for comment (reading a poem for a poem and a chapter for a chapter). I appreciate every comment, but if you only leave one on the last chapter, I'll assume you didn't actually read it and I'll likely only comment on one of your chapters in return.