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Blogging A-Z Challenge – Z is for…

Blogging A-Z Challenge

Thirty Days. Twenty-six posts.

 April 1 marks the first day of the annual blogging challenge. For 26 days of April (every day except for Sunday) I’m going to have a post related to my Blogging A-Z Theme.

(This post contains adult content that may not be suitable for those under 18)

What’s my theme, you ask?

Do you really need to?

I write bedtime reading for adults, stories they can enjoy alone and with a partner. So it only makes sense that my theme is – Erotica.

I’ll be picking a word or phrase commonly associated with the literary genre of erotica. Don’t worry, these posts won’t be graphic or cringe-worthy – I’m looking to educate, information, amuse and always, entertain.

Read on!

I made it!  Last post in the challenge 🙂

Z is for…

Zipper.

The sound of the zipper in a quiet room is unmistakable.

Once, long ago, a group of teens sat in a dark room. They were doing what young people in the dark like to do – making out. It was quiet, with only soft murmurs and the odd giggle breaking the silence until suddenly…

zzziip

To this day, almost 30 years ago, no one will admit whose zipper was unzipped that afternoon. But the sound of a zipper always brings me back to that day when I was young and head over heels for –

I’ll call him J and leave it at that!

And I’m not telling you if I was responsible for the zip either! 😉

 

I hope you enjoyed my A-Z Challenge posts this month. After a brief hiatus to recover from the constant posting, I’ll be back with news about my upcoming book. Stay tuned!

Anna xo

 


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Blogging A- Z Challenge – Y is for…

Blogging A-Z Challenge

Thirty Days. Twenty-six posts.

 April 1 marks the first day of the annual blogging challenge. For 26 days of April (every day except for Sunday) I’m going to have a post related to my Blogging A-Z Theme.

(This post contains adult content that may not be suitable for those under 18)

What’s my theme, you ask?

Do you really need to?

I write bedtime reading for adults, stories they can enjoy alone and with a partner. So it only makes sense that my theme is – Erotica.

I’ll be picking a word or phrase commonly associated with the literary genre of erotica. Don’t worry, these posts won’t be graphic or cringe-worthy – I’m looking to educate, information, amuse and always, entertain.

Read on!

Y is for…

Yes.

Yesyesyes.

Yeesssss…

Oh, god, YES!

Oh yeah…right there…

Yes. Please, yes.

It’s a good word in erotica.

 


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Blogging A-Z Challenge – X is for…

Blogging A-Z Challenge

Thirty Days. Twenty-six posts.

 April 1 marks the first day of the annual blogging challenge. For 26 days of April (every day except for Sunday) I’m going to have a post related to my Blogging A-Z Theme.

(This post contains adult content that may not be suitable for those under 18)

What’s my theme, you ask?

Do you really need to?

I write bedtime reading for adults, stories they can enjoy alone and with a partner. So it only makes sense that my theme is – Erotica.

I’ll be picking a word or phrase commonly associated with the literary genre of erotica. Don’t worry, these posts won’t be graphic or cringe-worthy – I’m looking to educate, information, amuse and always, entertain.

Read on!

X is for…

X-rated of course!

No other explanation needed 🙂


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Blogging A-Z Challenge – W is for…

Blogging A-Z Challenge

Thirty Days. Twenty-six posts.

 April 1 marks the first day of the annual blogging challenge. For 26 days of April (every day except for Sunday) I’m going to have a post related to my Blogging A-Z Theme.

(This post contains adult content that may not be suitable for those under 18)

What’s my theme, you ask?

Do you really need to?

I write bedtime reading for adults, stories they can enjoy alone and with a partner. So it only makes sense that my theme is – Erotica.

I’ll be picking a word or phrase commonly associated with the literary genre of erotica. Don’t worry, these posts won’t be graphic or cringe-worthy – I’m looking to educate, information, amuse and always, entertain.

Read on!

W is for…

Wall thrust

This is the sexual position found in many erotica novels, the one where the woman leans against the wall. Jump up and wrap your legs around his waist. (Or have him pick you up – so sexy!) Arms around his neck – don’t choke – and press your back against the wall. He hangs on to your thighs and bum and slides on…you can take it from here, can’t you? 😉

With the man holding you like this, he can feel a sense of power and control.  Also, his erection can last for longer because the blood is being used in other areas and his erection isn’t as intense. Not a bad thing, because he’s focused on you, and the slower buildup makes his orgasm all the better!


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Blogging A-Z Challenge – V is for…

Blogging A-Z Challenge

Thirty Days. Twenty-six posts.

 April 1 marks the first day of the annual blogging challenge. For 26 days of April (every day except for Sunday) I’m going to have a post related to my Blogging A-Z Theme.

(This post contains adult content that may not be suitable for those under 18)

What’s my theme, you ask?

Do you really need to?

I write bedtime reading for adults, stories they can enjoy alone and with a partner. So it only makes sense that my theme is – Erotica.

I’ll be picking a word or phrase commonly associated with the literary genre of erotica. Don’t worry, these posts won’t be graphic or cringe-worthy – I’m looking to educate, information, amuse and always, entertain.

Read on!

 V is for…

Vibrator.

Here’s the very unsexy definition.

“A vibrator is a sex toy that is used on the body to produce pleasurable erotic stimulation. Most 2010-era vibrators contain an electric-powered device which pulsates or throbs, which is used to stimulate erogenous zones such as the clitoris, rest of the vulva or vagina, penis, scrotum or anus. There are many different shapes and models of vibrators. Some vibrators designed for women stimulate both the clitoris and the vagina. Some vibrators designed for couples stimulate the genitals of both partners.”

Really doesn’t make you want to go out and try one, does it?

There’s a theory that vibrators were developed to make it easier for doctors to perform ‘hysterical paroxysm’, seen as a treatment for hysteria in women. Apparently, it had been a common procedure in Europe since ancient times. Vibrators weren’t seen as sexual because doctors never penetrated women.

Hmm….

I see a story developing. 😉

 

 

 


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Blogging A-Z Challenge – U is for…

Blogging A-Z Challenge

Thirty Days. Twenty-six posts.

 April 1 marks the first day of the annual blogging challenge. For 26 days of April (every day except for Sunday) I’m going to have a post related to my Blogging A-Z Theme.

(This post contains adult content that may not be suitable for those under 18)

What’s my theme, you ask?

Do you really need to?

I write bedtime reading for adults, stories they can enjoy alone and with a partner. So it only makes sense that my theme is – Erotica.

I’ll be picking a word or phrase commonly associated with the literary genre of erotica. Don’t worry, these posts won’t be graphic or cringe-worthy – I’m looking to educate, information, amuse and always, entertain.

Read on!

 U is for…

Under the covers.

Where most of the action takes place in erotica!

Actually, no it doesn’t. At least not in my books!

I’ve written scenes that have taken place on a pool table, in a pool, in the car, in the garage, on the floor, on the stairs, on a desk, on bags of cement…

So maybe I should have come up with a different word for U!

Since we’re on the subject, where’s the most exciting place you’ve ever had sex?

 


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Blogging A-Z Challenge – T is for…

Blogging A-Z Challenge

Thirty Days. Twenty-six posts.

 April 1 marks the first day of the annual blogging challenge. For 26 days of April (every day except for Sunday) I’m going to have a post related to my Blogging A-Z Theme.

(This post contains adult content that may not be suitable for those under 18)

What’s my theme, you ask?

Do you really need to?

I write bedtime reading for adults, stories they can enjoy alone and with a partner. So it only makes sense that my theme is – Erotica.

I’ll be picking a word or phrase commonly associated with the literary genre of erotica. Don’t worry, these posts won’t be graphic or cringe-worthy – I’m looking to educate, information, amuse and always, entertain.

Read on!

T is for…

Tying up.

Being tied up is a prevalent occurrence in erotica novels and my books are no exception.

I thought I’d share an excerpt from my next book with you. The title is pending, but I’m thinking something like Mrs. Robinson’s Red Inn of Fun and Games.  Not sure yet. Anyway, here’s a sneak peek!! Let me know what you think 🙂

 

He tied her hands, the silk soft against her skin.

As she watched him wrap the red scarf around her wrists, she was amazed how a man his size could be so gentle. His hands had cradled her head when they kissed; there had been no hesitation or wincing when he swept her up into his arms, and she was not a small woman.

But he made her feel delicate. Fragile. It was a heady sensation, almost as exciting as the touch of his hands on her arms as he tied the scarf binding her wrists to the headboard.

“Comfortable?”

If she listened closely she could hear the faint hint of Scotland in his voice. Not a lot. Just enough so when the light shone on his head to give his hair a reddish tinge, she could tell herself Michael Lorde looked like Jamie Fraser, from the Outlander series.

At least what her imagination told her what he would look like.

She swallowed hard before nodding her head.

“I won’t hurt you.”

“I know,” she said, the words tripping out of her mouth. “I’m not – I’ve just never done this before.”

“I know.” He smiled, his dimples making her heart flutter. “That’s why I wanted to be your first.”

Her sudden intake of air was audible. She wondered if Lorde had any idea how unbelievably excited she was.

He gave the scarf a tug to test it. “You can tell me to stop anytime you want to. But I don’t hurt. This is just …” He met her nervous gaze and winked. “…for you.”

She took one last look at him before he covered her eyes with the blindfold.

How on earth did she end up here, with this man, this beautiful man, who looked like a brute but touched her like she was a breakable piece of china? Why did he pick her out of all the others?

His lips touched hers softly, moving to her neck. She tried not to gasp when she felt the pressure of his mouth on the swell of her breast.

How did she get here, with Lorde, with her husband in the next room?

Was he watching?

She wanted him to watch.

And she wanted Lorde to stop being so gentle.