Wild passions drive us all, none more than the werewolf. From the romance of Faewolf to the animal drives of Like Tooth And Claw. Release the beast within, and get these tales of shapeshifters for 31% off until October 31st, with code HOWL at checkout.
by D M Taylor & Chris Atkins
Faewolves, like werewolves, can walk among men. What happens when Kiya White Cloud, a young gay college student in Santa Cruz, wants one of these men enough to risk his heart--and his life?
An m/m erotic romance from Circlet Press, Inc.
[Warning: explicit sex, dubious consent, and rough scenes.]
Also in paperback!
edited by Joy Crelin
Six erotic stories of shapeshifters. Werewolves are popular but there are many other animals beyond the wolf to explore. The selke (seal), the were-lion, & others form the basis of these erotic stories of the connection between lust & our human and animal sides. Includes Lee Harrington, Julie Cox, Marie Carlson, Amanda Ferry, Alex Monagan, & Helen Dring. Warning: explicit sex
Slip into the forbidden world of the vampire, naked as the skeletal trees outside your window. The stories of Cherished Blood, Blood Kiss, and Familiar Places will warm a few select parts of you, even as others grow cold. Use coupon code SANGUINE at checkout for 31% off these delicious vampire tales until October 31st.
edited by Cecilia Tan
Ten tales of vampires whose hungers go beyond the need for a nightly drink. These vampires–gay, lesbian, bisexual, kinky, gender-bending, and otherwise–seek out humans for erotic fulfillment and even for love and companionship… but they remain dangerous creatures.
edited by Cecilia Tan
In these seven seductive tales, sex and death and eternal life are intertwined as vampires of all descriptions--men and women and otherwise, gay and straight and bisexual--come together for danger-laced erotic encounters with humans and with each other.
by Cameron Quintain
A private eye goes looking for a missing girl in the territory of a vampire he knows all too well. Ken and Dinaria have history: "The last time they had been together she had offered to make him immortal, to be her slave forever." The last time, Ken had walked away, forever. But forever is shorter for a mortal man than it is for a beautiful, dominant vampire.
As the air chills and the trees become barren, slip deeper into the Stygian darkness of the season. Terrible things lurk beneath the surface of the world. Terrible, horrible, sexy things.
Whispers in Darkness will haunt the gaps between realities, and the spaces in your dreams. Use coupon code MADNESS at checkout for 31% off your future nightmares, until October 31st.
edited by J Blackmore
Strange! Electrifying! Sexy! Eldritch? Explore the new and exciting world of Lovecraft-based erotica in Whispers in Darkness, a new collection from Circlet Press. This cyclopean collection features eight new stories each filled to the brim with insanity-inducing, orgasm-producing goodness. Just beware: what one has seen (and been aroused by) cannot be unseen...!
Hello to all the boys, ghouls, and other creatures out there! Have you noticed the weather getting cooler? Perhaps it’s just a chill — Like A Chill Down Your Spine, say.
If you find the sensation delicious, then it’s your lucky day. This month only, you can buy the anthology for 31% off, until October 31st. Just put in code SPOOKY at checkout for the deal.
edited by Artemis Savory
A well-told ghost story should send a chill--or a thrill--to your very core. In the erotic landscape of the supernatural, who better to bring that thrill than ethereal spirits, the shades of unfulfilled lovers, or the poltergeists of mischief? Stories by Pushcart Prize nominee Trish DeVene, Angela Goldsberry, T.C. Mill, Annabeth Leong, Kimber Vale, David Hubbard, and Cristofer Darius Arthur.
“And Friday is Formal Day” by Owen James Franks, presented by Nobilis Erotica. From the collection Coffee: Hot.
Have you heard Nobilis Erotica lately? Honey Rambler reads Sophie Mouette’s “Pow Bash Yes Yes” from Like A Mask Removed. Listen all the way to the steamy finish for discount codes for the ebook and the omnibus print edition!
“Two Edged Bomb” by Lauren P Burka, presented by Nobilis Erotica. From the collection Like A Mask Removed.
“Crow Luck” by Dame Bodacious, presented by Nobilis Erotica. From the collection Like Fortune’s Fool.
“Runic Runaway” by Michael M Jones, presented by Nobilis Erotica. From the collection Puxhill By Night.
A Conversation Between A.B. Eyers and Delilah Bell
We craft these things things out of words, and in those words are sweat and blood and little bits of self, and then we send them out into the world, where, we hope, they find readers for whom our words resonate. Part of finding readers is marketing, which is what we’re doing here. Marketing The Flesh Made Word, so that you’ll buy it and read it and tell your friends and twitter feed to do the same. But there’s no point in marketing that isn’t interesting. An author interview is hit or miss, that way. But, getting two authors together to talk about each other’s work? Well, for me, that’s more than just twice as interesting. We get to see not just what an author thinks of their own work, but what they think of someone else’s, and the interplay gets you much deeper glimpses than you’re likely to see with a series of questions and carefully crafted answers.
Ten writers explore the erotic possibilities of the written word, from a typewriter that awakens ghosts of desire, to a woman whose skin holds the stories of her lovers. An erotic fantasy anthology. Strip away everything external, and the act of writing becomes profoundly physical. What's more intimate than expressing the hidden self upon a surface, transforming it in the process?
Also available in paperback!
Today’s conversation is between A.B. Eyers and Delilah Bell. Both contributed stories to The Flesh Made Word that are very different tonally, but explore some of the same themes.
Bell: Hello! Success.
Eyers: Ditto what you said earlier about being cut off…my internet is not the most reliable.
Good lord. Now we have to actually do this thing?
Eyers: oh dear. I think I underestimated how anxious it would make ME.
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