May 3, 2012
Read The Stacy Series from start to finish!
Stacy Anderson is a bodacious blonde with a voracious appetite for sex. Not only does she seduce her sexy stepfather, Frank, but her best friend Chloe is about to get a crash course in the joys of mattress dancing, among many other naughty adventures.
Follow these two raging sluts as they embark on a sexual journey of lust and self-discovery. In Stacy and the Boys, the girls get to know one another better by indulging in a lesbian tryst and sharing Stacy’s stepfather, Frank, who is old enough to know better, but far too horny to care. They also participate in a teen orgy in the basement of a neighboring house.
In Stacy on Vacation, the young ladies travel to the Bahamas and embark on a scandalous week of sex aboard a luxury cruise ship, where Chloe realizes that she’s attracted to Frank, and ends up sleeping with him and his wife, Ann. Stacy and Chloe are kidnapped in Nassau by local men who gangbang Stacy, while filming the raunchy encounter for posterity.
The girls get into trouble with the law in Stacy Unleashed, as they travel to Stacy’s parent’s house for the weekend. There isn’t any situation they can’t suck their way out of, and they do so with skill and enthusiasm. They arrive at the house to find that Stacy’s parents are hosting a raging orgy. Both Chloe and Stacy participate in the festivities, and Chloe and Frank spend time together, realizing that they are more than just casual fuck buddies.
In Stacy’s Uncle Eddy, we are introduced to the lascivious members of the Anderson family and all of their sexual proclivities. This is an unabashed fuckfest of epic proportion, as Stacy and Chloe indulge in the sensual charms of her stepbrother Alex, stepmother Olivia, and step-uncle Eddy, of course.
After a three-year falling out, the girls kiss and make up in Stacy’s Gangbang Wedding, where the slutty blonde is about to embark on a marriage to a much older and richer man. Stacy and Chloe throw themselves into a wild bachelorette party and satisfy a roomful of horny strangers. Chloe and Frank steal time alone, but fate intervenes, and the lovers are torn apart.
The drama continues in Stacy’s Sexy Threesome. Chloe marries Roger on the rebound from having her heart broken by Frank, and a suddenly single Stacy moves in with them. The roommates engage in tantalizing threesomes, satisfying their wildest desires. A trip to Florida brings Frank and Chloe together, and hidden truths are revealed, as Frank confesses his feelings.
Stacy’s marriage to Russell is headed for divorce in Stacy’s Wet Dream. The plucky blonde meets Russell’s charismatic lawyer, Dominic Burke, in mediation. Things are about to get even hotter, when Dominic shows up at the strip joint where Stacy works. Sparks fly, and lap dances happen, as these two forces of nature clash in lusty abandon.
The climax in the series occurs in Stacy’s Bimbos in Paradise. Stacy has a destination wedding to Port Douglas, Australia. The loose ends are tied up nicely when Chloe and Frank finally catch a cosmic break and are free to explore the depths of their unique chemistry. Stacy and Dominic enjoy group sex with Chloe and Frank, savoring each other’s bodies…just like old times.
Happy endings abound in this orgasmic saga of lust and love. Enjoy!
March 26, 2012
Sweeping Changes in Erotica on Amazon
by Virginia Wade
In the last few weeks, independent authors have been hit by a series of setbacks, with long-range consequences. It began with the PayPal debacle; the company demanding the removal of pseudo-incest, incest, bestiality, child pornography, and rape from all sites with which it conducts business. I personally find some of the above listed topics abhorrent, and I would not write on these subjects, although I have written stories that contain pseudo-incest. The term pseudo is defined as fake, quasi, and pretend. These stories of step-relations are not illegal, nor is any character biologically related. An entire industry of books involving this particular genre has inundated Amazon in the last few months, mainly with the word daddy in the title. These stories have been consistent bestsellers and are wildly popular among readers, filling the ranks of Amazon’s Top 100 category and the Hot New Releases list. This brings me to the point of this mini-rant-essay. Where are they now? Who stole the daddy books?
The alarm sounded several weeks ago with rumblings from several best-selling authors mentioning that sales had begun to slack. One such author was Terry Towers, whose Moan For Uncle Series basically ground to a halt over night. These books had been riding high on the charts, with each new release garnering the top ten positions in the Hot New Releases and Amazon’s Top 100 categories. The stories are sexy and romantic; and the characters are non-biologically related. Readers enjoyed the drama and the romance between the ruggedly handsome Uncle Grant and his sweetly innocent, yet plucky niece, Nikki. Unfortunately, none of these books are visible anymore in Amazon’s main search. They have completely disappeared.
Independent authors won a minor victory after PayPal loosened its restrictions on what it would allow authors to publish. Its demands were nothing short of censorship, a bold challenge to the First Amendment to The United States Constitution. Several publishing sites used the PayPal debacle as an opportunity to purge themselves of independent authors, closing accounts and deleting books they purported to be offensive and not aligned with the tastes of their customers. Bookstrand no longer carries independently published work, and All Romance has limited their sales. Smashwords fought back against PayPal’s dictates, and, just when all seemed lost, a small victory was declared when Mark Coker announced that the restrictions had been lessened. Pseudo-incest was once again welcomed. Authors breathed a collective sigh of relief.
Throughout the upheaval of the PayPal debacle, it seemed as if Amazon had remained immune to the turbulent waters of censorship. This enormous juggernaut of a company, with earnings in the billions, seemed to be a safe haven for independent authors, where their pseudo-incest was readily accepted and profitable. Yet, as Terry Towers unhappily discovered, we were taking a ride on the Mirage Express. Our books had begun to be systematically filtered, presumably triggered by words in titles, such as daddy, mother, sister, brother, and uncle. Rumblings began among authors wondering what had happened to their once brisk sales. A shift was occurring; something was happening behind the scenes that we could only guess at, not being privy to the inner workings of the mysterious whale that is Amazon. But, sales don’t lie. And, when the sales die, people stand up and take notice.
The question is: what happened to the daddy books that had once been the mainstay of the Top 100? It seems an entire genre has been relegated to the dusty shelves at the back of the Amazon bookstore. Authors discovered, through a third party, that their books were being systematically “filtered”. SalesRankExpress will reveal if your book has been given the ADULT label. This label is essentially the kiss of death to a book. It means your hard work has had restrictions placed upon it, and it will no longer appear in the main search or on the “also boughts” of other un-restricted books. It will not benefit from Amazon’s algorithms, which can propel a popular book straight to the top. The effect of the filtering is immediate and acute. Books that are restricted will only achieve a modicum of success, never reaching their full potential.
Aggressive authors have pushed the boundaries of what is potentially obscene in a bid to get their books noticed. Perhaps some of us have crossed the line, myself included. What leaves a sour taste in my mouth is the secrecy and surreptitious deceit that has been applied to the censorship of these books. If Amazon found fault with certain material, an Email to the author requiring modification would have been greatly appreciated. This is how Smashwords operates, although this message appears on the dashboard of an author’s personal account. A cover change to hide nudity or a title change to eliminate the offending, daddy, mommy, brother, or uncle words is an easy fix. To make matters worse, if an author has his or her book in Select, Amazon’s ode to exclusivity, you are doubly screwed. Not only will your book die on Amazon’s dusty shelves, but now you cannot publish it anywhere for ninety days. If you have a “filtered” book in Select, promote the hell out of it, while you can. Be sure to use up all the free days.
What can we do to save our careers? Firstly, if you find you have been “filtered” in error, sending a polite Email to KDP publishing is a start. They may or may not reverse their decision. If you plan to publish new books, I implore you to not have nudity on your cover. Avoid using the words daddy, mommy, sister, uncle, or brother in your title, or any type of reference to family sex. Titles that resemble children’s fairytales, such as Cinderella, Little Red Riding Hood, and Goldie Locks, etc., should be avoided. Using the word spank, spanked, or spanking in a title might trigger the filter. I don’t recommend stock photos depicting couples fornicating or performing sexual acts. Take it down several notches. Be careful about key words when uploading. Words such as barely legal, virgin, spanking, daddy, and stepfather, among others, may trigger the filter. In short, it’s time for us to clean up our act.
Now, go forth, and prosper!