Rude Words

for readers and writers of erotic fiction

eBook Review: Spirit Lovers by Various


Reviewed by Lucy Felthouse. Find her on Twitter and Facebook.

Spirit Lovers is a collection of five erotic short stories based around the supernatural. The first, The Incubus Candle by Fulani is my favourite. Without giving two much away, Lauren inadvertently summons a couple of incubi, who are there to see to her every sexual need. And they certainly do that… I found this the most erotic of the stories due to the whole two-men-one-woman thing, and because the writing was so sensual. A great start to the anthology. Continue reading

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June 19, 2010 Posted by | eBooks Reviews | , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

eBook Review: The Greed Jar by Sommer Marsden


Reviewed by Lucy Felthouse. Find her on Twitter and Facebook.

The Greed Jar is a contemporary story, but with a touch of the ancient myth about it. The protagonist, Alice, collects unusual items for a living. She’s finally tracked down something she’s been looking for for a while – The Greed Jar. Unfortunately, though, a less than savoury person has made off with it, and Alice and her assistant Jim take off to catch the thief. Trouble is, the thief has fallen under the jar’s spell – which makes people insatiably greedy. Continue reading

June 18, 2010 Posted by | eBooks Reviews | , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Author interview with Lucy Felthouse


Lucy Felthouse

Interview with Lucy Felthouse.

http://lucyfelthouse.co.uk

Q. What was your childhood ambition?

There were lots! But I always seemed to come back to writing every now and again.

Q. What ambitions do you still have?

I want to complete and sell a short story anthology, then onto a novel! Continue reading

March 25, 2010 Posted by | Author Interviews | , , , , | 1 Comment

Author Interview with Les Hansom


An interview with Les Hansom – author of Nothing Without a Woman

Q. What was your first job?

I was a mechanic working on trucks and vans.  This is when I used to get my hands physically dirty.

Q. What are the most important components that go into making good erotic fiction?

In my opinion (and this will be questioned by many) good erotica needs to be pretty real, and not full of flowery, nonsensical rubbish like the type you’d find in the pages of D. H. Lawrence’s work.  This was all right in late 19th, early 20th century but it has no place now.  Nor should erotica be something out of a James Bond movie.  I enjoy the humour and reality of sex. Continue reading

March 25, 2010 Posted by | Author Interviews | , , | Leave a comment