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Rose C. Carole

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Rose C. Carole
BDSM Writers Con Book Contest Winner 2015
Golden Flogger Award nominee
Attending BDSM Writers Con since 2012

 

Why did you begin writing BDSM novels?
I’d read many BDSM novels before I even thought about writing one. It was a genre that always intrigued me. Once I decided to try my hand at it, ideas of scenes kept popping into my head, particularly when I was driving in the car. Not all of the scenes ever made it into my books, but I have definitely enjoyed the process.

Will you be attending BDSM Writers Con or other events we can meet you at?
I have been attending BDSM Writers Con since its inception as a 3-day workshop with
Dr. Charley Ferrer sitting in a hotel suite with 11 people listening to her explain the tenets of Dominance and submission. During that weekend, she also took us to Paddles, a BDSM club in NYC. There we were able to meet and talk to many people in the lifestyle. It was, to say the least, an eye-opening experience. It was after that first conference that I wrote my first BDSM erotic romance.

Each year the conference gets bigger and includes more workshops with writers and BDSM lifestylers. I have learned so much from them and made some really good friends over the years. Even as it grows, the conference engenders a supportive group of readers and writers who help one another in their understanding of BDSM. As a writer, I have been encouraged by other writers from the conference and the readers as well. I will definitely be at both the Everett and NYC conferences this year.

What does being nominated for the Golden Flogger Award mean to you?
I consider it a great honor. I know that Dr. Charley created the conference to dispel the myths and inaccuracies that were a part of a number of BDSM novels and being nominated is a recognition by the conference that I got that part right.

What is the hardest part of writing your novel?
I like to write about characters one could actually meet in real-life. As much as I love books that create fantasy worlds like the Marketplace by Laura Antoniou or the Vampire Queen series by Joey W. Hill, I am interested in exploring how we create passion and find love in day-to-day life. But that is not nearly as interesting as the rarefied worlds of fantasy, so it is difficult to take those things that people do everyday and bring a new perspective to them. I hope I’ve been successful in taking readers on a journey that allows them to see how overcoming your fears and opening yourself up to another brings back rewards far greater than you could have imagined.

Tell us a little about yourself and your writing works.
After pursuing careers in publishing and then catering, I have returned to a passion that I had when I was much younger—writing. As mentioned above, I always enjoyed reading erotic romance as well as classic literature that told great stories of people striving to fulfill their destinies and the obstacles they had to overcome. I am working on a series called Kitchen Confessions, the first book of which, Catering to His Needs, was a winner in last year’s BDSM Writers Con Book Contest and received and contract from Totally Bound publishers. The series is about four women who have a catering company, and the books can be read as standalones since each one explores the D/s relationship of one woman in the kitchen. I am currently working on the next book in that series, tentatively titled Catering to His Desires.

Rose has been an avid reader all her life and pursued that obsession into the publishing business, where she worked in both production and editorial for books and magazines. When her son went off to college, she decided to fulfill another passion and went to culinary school, thinking she would write a cookbook but loving the cooking so much she became a caterer. But her love for books is ever-present and she finally decided it was time to follow her own creative muse and write the kinds of books she enjoys reading. She hopes her readers enjoy them as well.

You can take a look at Rose’s website and follow her on Facebook and Twitter.

 

T.L. Travis

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Author, T.L. Travis joins BDSM Writers Con 2017 in Everett, Washington. We had a few questions for her to help you get to know her. Feel free to post a few of your own below. And join us March 24, 2017 for our Book Fair in Everett or attend the entire conference and hang out with our authors, March 23 – 26, 2017.

 

What got you interested in writing BDSM?
Reading the Linger series by VE Campudoni. It opened my eyes to how when using BDSM in the right way you can actually help a person heal from a traumatic experience.

What resources or research, if any, have you done into BDSM to make your stories realistic?
I’ve only just begun writing BDSM so I guess you would say I’m entry level. All I’ve learned has been from reading other BDSM books and internet research. I am hoping to find a local Dom that would let me sit in on a few sessions with his Sub as a spectator.BDSM Writers Con, T.L. Travis, kink, bondage, Charley Ferrer

What differences or difficulties, if any, do you see in writing D/s stories as opposed to your typical romance?
The only difficulty is that I don’t practice it so I don’t want to look like a fool. I plan to further my research and will be interviewing some people living the lifestyle that I have been introduced to.

Why have you chosen to attend BDSM Writers Con?
I think it will be very beneficial to my writing and will help me take my writing to the next level.

A little more about TL Travis:
TL Travis is the author of The Sebastian Chronicles along with numerous other erotic novelettes (and many more in the works), The Elders Trilogy – an erotic paranormal (Vampire) romance novel series and many non-fiction articles.

BDSM Writers Con, T.L. Travis, kink, bondage, Charley FerrerIn her spare time she likes to fish, enjoy all the Pacific Northwest has to offer, spin spicy erotic webs for readers to enjoy, and rescue any 4 legged lost souls she comes across. Since her children are grown and have flown the coop, she’s taken to spoiling her two deaf white boxers even more so than they were before.

To view TL Travis literary and photography works please visit her website at www.tltravis.com.

TL Travis can also be followed on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/tltravisauthor

 

Di Storm

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 Di Storm discusses why she started writing BDSM. She’ll be debuting her first book, Yes Sir during BDSM Writers Con 2016

 

What made you interested in writing BDSM, and have you always want to write a book about BDSM?
I did not start off that way. I wanted to write a fiction book but wasn’t sure which direction to take. When I started to write though, the words and themes came out, and my mind drifted to a dark and mysterious place. I think my deeper mind has ideas of her own.

What resources or research, if any, have you done regarding BDSM to make your stories realistic?
M
y resources are my experiences which include playing real scenes in BDSM clubs and watching others play. I have been to many dungeons in Houston, New York City, Los Angles, Illinois, and St. Louis, as well as many lifestyle parties all over the U.S.

What made you want to start now?
I am not getting any younger, and writing a book was always on my bucket list. When I was out of town on business on one occasion, I met a writer who looked like one of my kids. She was just your typical college kid, which really impressed me. We talked, and the rest is history!

What differences or difficulties, if any, do you see in writing D/s stories as opposed to your typical romance?
Society loves reading the typical romance novel, but it still shies away from BDSM.

Any other questions or information you wish to add?
This book is mostly fiction… half fantasy, with a dash of truth sprinkled in, about a curious woman’s exploration. One of her failings is trying to please everyone, while her strength is that everyone leaves pleased.BDSM Writers Con, Di Storm, Charley Ferrer, Golden Flogger Award

Di Storm was born in a small town in the Pacific Northwest and raised by a single mother. In the aftermath of the Mount St. Helen eruption, the family packed up and moved to the mid-west.

After an arranged marriage that eventually failed, Di decided to move to the south to find something different, where she meet her Jackson. It was during this time that she explored BDSM and the lifestyle. After losing her Jackson, she moved back to the mid-west and found her London.

This book is mostly fiction… half fantasy, with a dash of truth sprinkled in, about a curious woman’s exploration. One of her failings is trying to please everyone, while her strength is that everyone leaves pleased.

When Di is not writing fiction derived from fantasy and portions of her own life, she serves her husband and loves her Golden Retriever, (Utah)

 

B.B. Blaque

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BDSM Writers Con
Golden Flogger Award
nominee, erotic author B.B. Blaque as she discusses writing, romance and BDSM


What prompted you to write B.D.S.M. romance versus other genres?

I’ve written all sorts of things over the years. Most have tended toward the psychological aspect of something. I also used to own a website that chronicled my life as a 24/7 slave and was geared toward helping other submissives and slaves find their way on the path to surrender.

While reading Fifty Shades I was challenged by a friend to write it differently. I know the story is of one particular type of journey, but I felt it bastardized (like many in the community) the life I’ve come to love. This is when I detoured into writing fiction. My love for the journey and how mine has helped me grow gives me the passion to write other possible options.B.B. Blaque

What differences or difficulties do you see in writing D/s compared to another type of romance?
I’m only beginning to take my main character into the vanilla world—a place she’s never been—to learn the power of choice. I’m actually a bit nervous (happily) about this part—but am looking forward to connecting to her emotions and thoughts.  Thankfully my Master presented a song to help me see things more clearly.

I will be comparing the sameness and the differences between the two choices—so I’ll have to update this when I delve deeper.

What do you find most inspirational when writing?
Hands down the answer to this is music! When I’ve gotten stuck—it’s been due to lack of musical inspiration. Conversely—music will open my eyes and the flood gates of creativity. Music is also responsible for drawing my attention toward other characters who are begging to be written. Their soundtrack is most prevalent in my life and difficult to avoid with any real success. Soon they’ll have my undivided attention and I can’t wait!

BB_Blaque_booktrailer2Just about any music can stir something, but the most common is some genre of rock. I go for lyrical content and rhythm. I love southern rock and classic rock—it gives me the raw, gritty and sweaty back drop for my upcoming release “The Masters M.C.” (BDSM, M.C. Romance.)

I also like glam rock, funk, disco and for some strange reason….I want to see what Bread and 70’s Gold style music could call forth.

How do you feel about the heroes you write?
I fall in love with each of them and have a little separation anxiety when I have to walk away (vowing to give a few spin-offs because I enjoyed them so much!)

I write dominant men I can be passionate about–who can consume me. Each is different with his own style and method to inspire and extract her submission.??????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????

I also really like these men. I won’t write a dominant without self-control above everything else, he may have issues because he is human, but he will prevail in self discipline. They have integrity of mind and spirit and I try to make sure to bring that across. Even the most strict, or deeply alpha dominant will have a good heart. (I look forward to balancing this tightrope with the M.C. Romance. Colt & Kash will be undeniably alpha but solid men and worthy Masters.)

Are you anything like the characters you write?
Yes—to an extent. The female characters are all submissive and slaves (ultimately.) They’re all a bit rougher around the edges—tougher than I’ve ever been—which is fun to explore. There’s some of me in each of them but they’re who they are and as the stories unfold they tell me which way to take them. I’ve changed entire directions of things to make them more true to the characters’ souls and what I feel from them.

BB_Blaque_Eternally_1A personal note from B.B.:
I’ve been a life-style slave for many years and most likely submissive, in some way, for the majority of my life.

I write about transformation and the life journeys of my characters. These metamorphoses occur through love and surrender. The surrender can come from submission or from surrendering to the true self—learning to embrace one’s own personal journey (whatever it may be.)

I love BDSM (Male dominant/female submissive.) I find it fulfilling and sexy when a man wears the pants in a relationship. It’s afforded me the ability to tap into my girly side and bask in that freedom.

I’m even more interested in the psychological aspects of relationships in general and especially when there’s a power-exchange dynamic.

With this in mind I do my best to write stories with many layers and subtleties and paint from palettes I’ve seen in real world M/s relationships (including my own.)  www.bbblaque.com

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Silk Jones

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Check out what Silk Jones had to say about in our private interview and feel free to ask a few questions of your own.

 

What got you interested in writing BDSM?
I’ve always had in interest in reading erotica and I’ve always loved to write. My decision to write BDSM erotica merges those two interests. As a child, I read every book in my parents’ collection which included “The Joy of Sex” as well as novels by Harold Robbins and Sidney Sheldon. Later in life, I discovered erotica. My favorite authors in the genre included Anais Nin, Anne Rice, Henry Miller, and those Victorian spanking novels written by “Anonymous.” In recent years, I’ve read BDSM novels by Cherise Sinclair, Red Phoenix, Sadey Quinn and others and thoroughly enjoyed them. I am a novelist who writes romances under a pen name, so I decided to try my hand at BDSM erotica. I started by writing spanking erotica stories for my friends. They loved the stories and encouraged me to publish them. So, here I am.

What resources or research, if any, have you done into BDSM to make your stories realistic?
In reading BDSM erotica, I recognized some things about myself and my past relationships, so I made a decision to learn more about the BDSM lifestyle and to explore it. I joined online BDSM communities and read numerous articles, blogs, and other online resources geared toward educating novices in the lifestyle. I found an experienced Dom to mentor me. I read books about the lifestyle including but not limited to: “SM101: A Realistic Introduction” by Jay Wiseman, “The Ethical Slut – A Practical Guide to Polyamory, Open Relationships & Other Adventures” by Dossie Easton and Janet W. Hardy, and “The New Bottoming Book” by Dossie Easton and Janet Hardy. I attended munches – monthly meetings with experienced local BDSM practitioners who made presentations about various aspects of the BDSM lifestyle and BDSM practices. I also attended “Newbie Night” at a local dungeon where they demonstrated various BDSM skills, techniques, and play practices to those new to the lifestyle.

What differences or difficulties, if any, do you see in writing D/s stories as opposed to your typical romance?
In a typical romance, tried and true classic storylines are accepted, desired and even demanded to a certain extent by the average romance reader. When you write D/s stories, however, an author has to be ever vigilant about authenticity with respect to the lifestyle and avoid clichés. To achieve authenticity, you have to put yourself in the mindset or at least the point of view of a Dom, submissive, Sadist or masochist which might prove a bit difficult if you haven’t been exposed to the lifestyle or if you’re not that experienced in the areas of play about which you’re writing. How does a masochist experience or process pain stimuli? What does a Dom feel or experience when he’s flogging a submissive? Are all submissives masochists and vice versa? The answer to the last question is “no,” but if you don’t know that, you could make a mistake in your novel that might throw your reader out of the story. So writing a D/s story can take more research and more attention to detail and characterization than an average romance novel.

Why have you chosen to attend BDSM Writers Conference?
A Domme I met at an event (she sold me my very first leather paddle) commented online about what a great time she had at the 2014 BDSM Writers Conference and added a link to the conference website. I clicked on the link and was very happy about what I read. The conference seemed tailor made for me. I can interact with my readers, find new ones, get new ideas, learn more about BDSM, and have tons of fun at the same conference. Sounds like the perfect weekend to me.silk jones, BDSM Writers Con, Charley Ferrer, spanking, fetishes, kink

Silk Jones has always been a lover of all things sexy. Silk writes erotica, erotic romance and erotic poetry. Although she has written several erotic spanking stories to entertain her friends, “The Interview: Law Firm Erotica Book I” is her first foray into the publishing world.

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S. J. Maylee

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We asked S.J. Maylee a few questions about writing BDSM erotica. Feel free to ask her a few of your own

 

 

At what point did you decide you wanted to write BDSM themed erotic romance?
I wasn’t compelled to write until I incorporated the dynamics of Dominance and submission into the lives of my characters. In this place of honesty, I can see my characters so clearly and get them to face their deepest desires. These are the stories that won’t leave me alone and inspire me.

Is there one area of BDSM that you tend to write about more? Why do you think that area creeps into your writing more than some others?
All of my stories have Dominance and submission. It’s an area I love to read and it naturally appears in my stories. The amount of strength and restraint a Dom must possess is breathtaking. A submissive’s role is not to be underestimated. It takes a tremendous amount of strength and bravery to give yourself to someone. It also takes a fine balance to build trust between my couples. When it happens, it’s magic. S.J. Maylee, kink, erotica, BDSM romance, bondage

Have you done research in BDSM to make your stories realistic?
Yes, at the beginning of my journey, I became friends with a Dom and we’ve had countless conversation about the dynamics. He helped me to understand how the safe, sane, and consensual rules aren’t just smart, but they play an essential role.

Although I write romantic fiction, I want my love stories to feel real and I recognize my responsibility with the genre and I’ve continued my studies.

What differences or difficulties, if any, do you see in writing D/s stories as opposed to your typical romance?
BDSM is a culture and needs to be respected, but I love that. I’m passionate about learning and this is an area I can really sink my teeth into. BDSM requires honesty and as a romance writer this is often where the heart of my stories are discovered. If a character is lying to themselves, they’ll certainly lie to each other. Breaking through personal barriers and finding their truth is a rewarding experience.

S.J. Maylee, kink, erotica, BDSM romance, bondageS.J. Maylee fell in love with storytelling at a young age and with it came a deep-seated desire for everyone to find their happily ever after. She’s finding the happy endings for her characters one steamy story at a time.

When she’s not reading or writing, you can find her caring for her garden, laughing with her two young sons, or dancing to her husband’s music. She’s a PMP (Project Management Professional), Nia instructor, and coffee addict.

As a writer she has a tendency to break hearts, but she always glues them back together.

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H.C. Brown

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H.C. BROWN  has to say about writing BDSM erotica

 

What got you interested in writing BDSM?
Talking to people in the scene and listening to stories about D/s relationships. I found the respect and trust issues very interesting especially how these factors enriched their lives.

What resource, if any, have you done into BDSM to make your H.C. Brown, Hurt me good, BDSM writers, BDSM romance, kink, alpha male submissive, alpha male, bondagestories realistic?
Oh, wow now that’s a very personal question. First, I purchased a few books written by experts in the field, rather than reading romance stories about sadomasochists that were so far from the truth they were laughable. Then I visited a club as a sightseer and it went from there.

What differences or difficulties, if any, do you see in writing D/s stories as opposed to your typical romance?
Every story I write usually requires some sort of research. All romance stories are basically the same but the building of trust between a D/s couple is very important. The BDSM scenes must be realistic not sadistic. I think as authors we have an obligation to correct the bad impression most people believe about the BDSM culture.

H.C. Brown, Hurt me good, BDSM writers, BDSM romance, kink, alpha male submissive, alpha male, bondageH.C. Brown is a multi published, bestselling, award-winning author of Historical, Paranormal, Sci-Fi, Fantasy, BDSM, Time Travel, Action Adventure, and Contemporary Romance.  In 2011, she was delighted to received nominations in three categories in the 2011 CAPA Awards: Favorite Author, Best GLBT Romance and Best Science Fiction Romance.

She was nominated for Best Historical M/M in the 2013, Goodreads Book of Year Awards.  H.C writes about strong alpha male heroes and girl next door heroines in complex settings and all her stories have happy endings. H.C. welcomes feedback from her readers.

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Lucy Felthouse

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Lucy Felthouse speaks out about writing BDSM

 

 

 

What got you interested in writing BDSM?
I actually resisted for a long time, as I didn’t even particularly enjoy reading BDSM stories. But the more I wrote, the more I wanted to experiment with different genres and sub-genres, so when I saw a call for submissions looking for BDSM stories, I gave it a go. The story was accepted, and I’ve never looked back!

What resource, if any, have you done into BDSM to make youLucy Felthouse, BDSM Romance, BDSM Writers, kink, slave, dominatrix, Domr stories realistic?
The beauty of writing fiction is there is no right or wrong – every single last person is different. What gets one person off doesn’t work for someone else. So, although I’ve done research – online and in books – it’s mainly all down to my fertile imagination.

What differences or difficulties, if any, do you see in writing D/s stories as opposed to your typical romance?
I don’t see difficulties. It’s just different, and that’s awesome. I like different – I write lots of different heat levels, pairings, genres, etc, and BDSM is just one of them. I sit down with a bunch of characters and see what story they want me to tell.

Which is your favorite out of all your BDSM books?
Ah, that would be Stately Pleasures. Mainly because it was the first full-length novel I wrote. For that reason it’ll always be special to me.
But it also encompasses lots of my favorite things – a curvy chick, sexy men, a country house, and turning everyday items into something kinky.

Lucy Felthouse is a very busy woman! She writes erotica and erotic romance in a variety of subgenres and pairings, and has over 100 publications to her name, with many more in the pipeline. These include several editions of Best Bondage Erotica, Best Women’s Erotica 2013 and Best Erotic Romance 2014. Another string to her bow is editing, and she has edited and co-edited a number of anthologies, and also edits for a small publishing house. She owns Erotica For All, is book editor for Cliterati, and is one eighth of The Brit Babes.

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Jenna Byrnes

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Jenna Byrnes speaks out about BDSM and her book series

 

 

What got you interested in writing BDSM?
Several years ago I met BDSM author Jude Mason online, and then in person, and we became fast friends. She had an extensive list of titles (Yes Ma’am, Dance of Submission, and dozens more.) The subject matter intrigued me. Before I dived in, she gave me lots of advice and resources to use for research, so my writing would be accurate as well as hot! Jude and I went on to co-author more than fifteen titles together, not specifically BDSM novels but many have a touch of D/s woven in.Jenna Byrnes, BDSM Writers, spanking, fetishes, BDSM romance

I also admire my friend Lisabet Sarai’s writing style. Her spanking stories are top notch, and spanking has become one of my fun favorites to write about.

What genres are your favorite to write?
My absolute favorite is male/male, and most of my recent work is in that area. Ménage adding a woman is fun, and I’ve also added a third man. I like to mix it up and have tried many combinations, including several lesbian stories. I have thirty-nine books available at Totally Bound. I’m in six Coming Together charity volumes, and I have four boxed sets on Amazon which contain more than 28 novellas and short stories.

What elements of BDSM interest you the most?
As I mentioned, I enjoy writing spanking scenes. But my main focus is the D/s relationship and the complexities of it. While at first glance it might appear that the Master is looking out only for his/herself, in reality the well-being of his submissive should be first and foremost in the relationship. That knowledge allows the submissive to trust enough to put him/herself into the hands of another person. Fascinating!

Tell us a litJenna Byrnes, BDSM Writers, spanking, fetishes, BDSM romancetle about your BDSM titles.
My series is called Rose & Thorn Society. The first book is Switching Seth (m/m/f) about a man who desires to try his hand at domination so his Master allows him to bring a woman into their sex play, and ultimately, their lives.

The second book is Never Say Never (m/m/m) about a man whose longtime partner has left him and his new love is into D/s. When the old lover returns he tells him it’s too late, yet his master is intrigued and wants to bring a third into their bedroom.

Book three is Brooklyn Bound (m/f/m) about a couple adding another man into their role-play. It will be available in December from Totally Bound.

Book four is An Unexpected Win (m/m/m) about a Master who loses his submissive for one week in a poker game, and the aftermathJenna Byrnes, BDSM Writers, spanking, fetishes, BDSM romance of how that plays out. This one is coming in Jan. 2015 from Totally Bound.
Jenna Byrnes could use more cabinet space and more hours in a day. She’d fill the kitchen with gadgets her husband purchases off TV and let him cook for her to his heart’s content. She’d breeze through the days adding hours of sleep, and more time for writing the hot, erotic romance she loves to read. Jenna thinks everyone deserves a happy ending, and loves to provide as many of those as possible to her gay, lesbian and hetero characters. Her favorite quote, from a pro-gay billboard, is “Be careful who you hate. It may be someone you love.”

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Tori Carson

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Tori Carson shares her thoughts and stories with us

 

Tori, where did you find the inspiration for writing your first BDSM romance story, Bondage Anniversary?
My husband and I had been in a D/s relationship for many years when Fifty Shades of Gray became such a sensation. I was amazed at the phenomena the trilogy caused. The media ran articles on the FSOG baby boom and so forth. I wondered what would happen if a husband discovered his wife’s secret interest in BDSM and how that would change their relationship.

How do you make your stories so realistic?Tori Carson, BDSM, bondage, fetishes BDSM Writers Con

They say to write what you know and I took that advice to heart. While my books are completely fictional, I try to draw from real life experiences as much as possible. Do all your stories have a happy ending?
Definitely. My husband and I met in high school and no one gave our love much of a chance. Thirty years later we are more in love today than ever before. I wish everyone could find their happily ever after and I wouldn’t accept anything less for my characters.<

How can readers learn more about your books?
I have two D/s romance series currently available. The Desired Discipline series is published through Totally Bound and is available both digitalTori Carson, BDSM, bondage, fetishes BDSM Writers Conly and in paperback. The Master’s touch series is published through Ellora’s Cave and is available digitally.

Tori lives in the beautiful Sonoran Desert with her loving husband of almost thirty years. She wakes up each morning to the howls of coyotes and the barking of her family dogs wanting to join the fray.

When Tori isn’t writing, she’s either spending time with her two, wonderful adult children, or creating stained glass art.

She likes her love stories scorching hot. She tries to infuse a fire and passion between her characters that rivals the blazing summer sun that Arizona is known for. Tori encourages you to bask in the heat between the covers of a Dominant/submissive, happily-ever-after, bondage romance.

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