Sunday, April 20, 2014

Sunday Morning Chat: #Interview with @anna_bayes

John Satisfy:  It's another week and so it's time to sit down with another talented author.  Today I was lucky enough to sit down with Anna Bayes, an amazing author who writes some hot erotica with a taste of BDSM and bisexuality flavoring her works.  Hi Anna, could you please tell me a little bit about yourself and what you write?

Anna Bayes:  Hi John. Sure! I'm an introverted bookworm. At my age, I probably shouldn't, but I still look a bit shy and kind of innocent, but I'm actually a wild number if I warm up to you. I'm bisexual, as in I'm into men mostly, but can be swept off my feet by the right women too. I won't deny that looks play a small part in attracting me, but it is also about the brains, imagination, and a touch of vulnerability: I want a real and fragile human being.

I write erotic romances. Earth-shattering great sex makes me feel alive, and I find it natural to keep writing about it. I'm most intrigued by the dynamic tension between lovers, and so I attempt to convey something of that in my stories. I'm a submissive by nature, so some form of that seeps into my tales, but I try not to deliberately write a story about BDSM just for the sake of that. Elements of that, because that's who I am, flow into the story on their own, but they are never forced.

I love short stories and flash fiction. Multi-layers of meanings condensed into ten pages can have the same impact of a full-length novel. It's about magnifying one moment into a life-story, and I find myself drawn to that kind of power more than writing longer tales. So I think I'll keep with my erotic shorts, short story collections, and maybe, occasionally, a novella if my Muse inspires me so.

JS:  Well, you appear to really know who you are, which is wonderful.  When you talk about the dynamic tension between lovers, what exactly do you mean?

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Hump Day Radio: Meg Myers - "Desire"

Welcome to another Hump Day Radio!  Here's a something a little different for you, something darker, something erotic, something a little bit mean, a little bit paranormal.  Meg Myer's "Desire" is something you just have to experience.  I bet you're going to want more after hearing this week's selection...


Sunday, April 13, 2014

Sunday Morning Chat: #Interview with @angiesargenti

John Satisfy:  Thanks again for stopping by Erotic Satisfiction.  Before I get onto the wonderful interview for the day, if you have a moment, could you please follow my blog and rate the interviews?  Any feedback or comments I get will help shape the future interviews and guests that I have.

Today, I’ve invited Angela Sargenti to Erotic Satisfiction.  She is a multitalented author who writes some hot spanking erotica, as well as some other interesting tales.  Angela, can you please tell me a little about yourself and what you write.

Angela Sargenti: I'm happily married and I have one son (and three cats).  I write what I call short attention span erotica, which means erotica you can read in one sitting.  I write longer stuff, too, but mostly short stories.  My work's been featured in over a dozen anthologies, with new stuff coming out all the time.  I also have five e-books, one of which, Start Me Up: A Collection of Erotic Love Stories, contains my erotic flash fiction. 

JS:  I take it that you have a short attention span then?  How long are your short attention span stories?

Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Hump Day Radio: Jessica Mauboy - "Pop a Bottle (Fill Me Up)"

Today we're going Down Under and getting to hear a little tune by Jessica Mauboy called "Pop a Bottle (Fill Me Up)".  This is a fun little pop song and a great one to play as you celebrate the latest Hump Day.  Oh, the intro is a little long, you can skip ahead to the :40 second mark if you just want to hear the song.

Sunday, April 6, 2014

Sunday Morning Chat: #Interview with @jojojojude

John Satisfy:  Good Morning!  Welcome to Erotic Satisfiction.  It's been quite a few weeks since I've started doing these interviews and I'm really excited to sit down with Billierose today.  She's a controversial author, who's not afraid of the taboo.  Before we get started, if you've been enjoying these interviews, could you please take a moment and follow?  It would mean a lot, and I've got ton more interviews and other posts planned.

Good Morning, Billierose, could you please tell me about yourself and the kinds of things you write.

Billierose:   I live in a picturesque little village in Ye Olde England. Not a lot happens here. It's peaceful and restful, the ideal situation for a writer. No one in my village knows that I write or what I write. I write erotica. The ladies of the Women's Institute would be shocked. Sometimes, I shock myself!

I came to writing through reading. I've been an avid reader for as long as I can remember. My mother taught me to read before I started school. A few years later, she was scolding me for always having my nose "stuck in a book."

JS:  You have the duality that many of us erotica authors have.  Were you always a bookworm?

Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Hump Day Radio: Flo Rida - "Whistle"

Looking for some fun music to accompany you while you worship your boy?  Well this week I've picked out Flo Rida's "Whistle".  It's a great little tune and if you whistle a few bars to your partner, he'll know exactly what is on your mind.

Sunday, March 30, 2014

Sunday Morning Chat: #Interview with @CEBlackbooks

John Satisfy:  As you know each week I find one talented author and ask them to sit down with me to talk about their story.  I find it amazing how many different sub-genres and niches there are in this one area of writing.  Today I’m welcoming to my blog C.E. Black who delves into the paranormal erotica and shows you why you shouldn't be afraid of no ghosts.  Can you please tell my readers a little about who you are and what you write?

C.E. Black:  I live in the south, born and raised, and was quite the goody two-shoes growing up. At least, that’s what everyone thought. I tried my hardest to join with the rebellious crowd, but no matter that I was the same age, I was patted on the head and told I was too innocent for those things. It was the reverse of peer pressure. I guess in hindsight, I can say it kept me out of trouble, though I thought life pretty boring in my teen years. As an adult, I know that I didn't miss out on much and am thankful for those that steered me in the right direction.


My husband and I have been married for over twelve years and it was he who encourages me to write all my crazy ideas down. I’m actually quite the newbie. I admit to playing around with short stories in grade school, but that didn’t last long once I noticed boys. No, writing wasn't a part of my life until I began reading again, which had also fallen to the wayside. A friend loaned me a Dan Brown book and I thought it was pretty good, but it wasn't until I picked up Charlaine Harris’ Sookie Stackhouse Series, that I began to fall in love with reading again. Then came Laurell K. Hamilton and Maya Banks, and next thing I knew, I was opening my little notebook and writing my first imagined a story, Enduring Kiss, which was published in 2011. I haven’t stopped dreaming stories since.

My imagination tends to veer into the paranormal and fantasy, but I cannot go without romance, and I admit, I need steamy scenes as well. I enjoy how the paranormal genre can go anywhere I want it too, but I have to have reality as well. A few have mentioned my work being a little dark at times, and maybe so, but that’s just reality in my opinion. Also, my work has started to get more erotic as I go and I think that has to do with the fact that I just can’t let the scene pass me by. I have to tell it like is, or was, and I want to know every detail.

JS:  That's a great trait in a writer, keeping a scene as true to life as you see it.  When you talk about paranormal elements in your stories, are we talking creatures?  Magic?

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