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Author interview with Clarice Clique

Interview with Clarice Clique

Q. What was your childhood ambition?
My first one was to be a writer, then I got a little older and was convinced I was going to become Christian Slater’s wife, then I got even older and it was back to being a writer.

Q. What are the most important components that go into making  good erotic fiction?
Not putting any limits on your imagination or being scared of pushing down boundaries.

Q. What does your working day typically consist of?
Getting up as late possible, I’m a girl that was definitely made to spend as much time in bed as possible. Staring at a blank screen daydreaming for far too long. Possibly going back to bed with my favourite buzzing friend. After lunch frantically typing and getting everything in my head down on paper. In the evening it is careful fine tuning word by word, or if it is a good day I am busy getting real life inspiration for my next story.

Q. And what aspects of your job do you enjoy the most?
The mini climax is finishing a story I’m happy with (I’m very proud of my story ‘The Tourist’ that is in the new Sex in the City:London), the big screaming the house down orgasm moment is getting a story published.

Q. How do people who don’t know you react when you tell them you’re an erotic author?
They are always very eager to read my stories. Another great thing about writing erotica is people telling me in detail exactly how they much they enjoyed my work.

Q. What’s the best present you’ve ever been given?
Time with someone I was both in love and in lust with.

Q. How do you like to relax when you’re not at work?
With more time in front of the computer playing online fantasy games, flirting with all the guys and all the gals and, most fun, all the guys pretending to be gals.
I also bring my curse to lots of tv shows, the minute I like something it tends to get cancelled.

Q. What three words would your friends use to describe you
I asked my best friend who is sitting next to me as I answer these and he said ‘big breasted hottie’, I was hoping for, kind, intelligent, witty, but ‘big breasted hottie’ will do just fine too.

Q. What’s the best thing that has happened to you in the last 12 months?
My first novel, ‘Hot Summer Days’ got published and the celebration with my friends that followed.

Q. Tell us something about yourself that would surprise us?
In a very secret part of my brain, well not so secret now, I am still dreaming of being married to Christian Slater.

Hot Summer Days published by Pink Flamingo.

Sex in the City: London

Like a Queen – Lesbian Erotic Fairy Tales by Circlet Press anthology.


March 26, 2010 - Posted by | Author Interviews | , , , , ,


  1. I have read ‘Hot Summer Days’ and absolutely loved it, it touched me on so many levels. I am a great fan of Clarice’s work and I can’t wait till my copy of Sex in the City arrives.

    I have longed to read a review by Clarice clique and learn more about her. Thank you.

    Comment by Dean Gammon | March 26, 2010 | Reply

  2. You cannot but like Vanessa who is surrounded by a multitude of wonderful creative characters.
    I felt that I travelled with Vanessa and experienced her humiliations. As Vanessa woke up each morning you too joined the anticipation of wondering what further humiliations would be presented to her. The writing is so gripping that I was unable to put this novel down. I have no hesitation in recommending this book. I look forward to reading ‘The Tourist’

    Comment by daisy | March 27, 2010 | Reply

  3. My Favourite Story of Clarie Clique’s is ‘Hot Summer Nights’. I loved it! I have already ordered my copy of Sex in the City and I can’t wait to read it. Please don’t stop writing.

    Comment by daisy | March 27, 2010 | Reply

  4. I have just received my copy of Sex in the City:London and have just ‘The Tourist’. Clarice writes so beautifully that I can not but help but fall for the characters she creates. This was such a creative story and was so erotic and arousing. Clarice is so descriptive that you live the experience personally. I eagerly await your next story.

    Comment by daisy | March 29, 2010 | Reply

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