Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Kiss Me, Baby!

Who's got the most kissable mouth you can picture? The guy you never got to take to Prom? Your college sweetheart? Maybe, oh, Eric Bana?

How about your current lover? When your lips meet, do you still lose your breath? Get weak in the knees? Feel that delicious little tingle… down there? If not, don't lose heart. And don't trade in your current lover, at least not just for a slightly deficient lip lock. Just do what Angela does!

First of all, I always remember that a kiss should be the prelude to a celebration of passion. Hopefully, a noisy, rambunctious, nerve-jolting joining, but hey, sweet and loving is just as good. With that in mind, when I kiss, I focus my entire being in that simple action. Picture: our eyes meet, we move closer, and then our lips make that first contact. Oooh, soft. Warm. Sweet. I savor the sensation and then move on to…

…the "push." I put a little pressure into the next kiss to make sure my partner knows I mean business! There is a series of kisses, each one more ardent than the last. Before long, one or both of us is opening to the other. And then what? Here's my suggestion: do NOT automatically go for the open-mouth-deep-kiss action. Heck no, I want to be a tease! I kiss and pull away. I move to deepen the next kiss and then change my mind. He tries to touch his tongue to mine and I move back, keeping it chaste, teasing him with just the smallest hint of my tongue against his. He gets impatient, entwines his fingers into my hair to pull me closer and then… But wait. I'm getting ahead of myself here.

"You must remember this, a kiss is just a kiss," according to songwriter Herman Hupfeld But is it? Maybe, if we're talking about a simple peck on Grandma's cheek at Thanksgiving, or a way to say congratulations in the reception line of your niece's wedding.

I think I prefer the definition at the Free Dictionary. It says: To touch or caress with the lips as an expression of affection, greeting, respect, or amorousness. Now, that's much closer to what I had in mind, especially the words "caress" and "amorousness."

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For twelve years, Angela Lee lived the life of an innocent schoolgirl who obediently attended classes every day in her plaid uniform. But maybe there was something about those patent leather shoes she insisted on wearing… Always interested in a good story, both for reading and in writing, Angela's own works took a turn for the sensual after discovering a man willing to experiment with any fantasy she could conceive of. "I married him," Angela says, "so I could continue my research in depth. Somehow, he doesn't seem to mind." You can learn more about her at her MySpace site.

Don't miss Angela's debut eBook download, SCHOOL TIES, available at All Romance eBooks.

Saturday, July 19, 2008

Bridget Midway's book signing event - 07/20/2008

Join erotica author Bridget Midway on Sunday, July 20th from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the Waldenbooks store inside of Greenbrier Mall at 1401 Greenbrier Parkway for a book signing event. She'll be signing What White Boyz Want, Fascination Street, Original Sin and Corporate Seduction at the signing. And the first few readers who buy my books will receive special prizes! You don't want to miss it!

Stay sexy,


Wednesday, July 9, 2008

Hot Spot: Bridget Midway

Erotiqué Hot Spot
Bridget Midway

Erotiqué: What kind of a child were you? Shy? Outgoing? Flamboyant?

Bridget: I was and still am very shy, believe it or not. I’m not very outgoing in front of strangers. It takes a lot to draw me out. But with my friends, I’m a total goofball.

Erotiqué: How did you find your way to writing erotic fiction?

Bridget: An author friend of mine, Laura Bacchi, was in my local writing group and after winning a writing contest with an erotica publisher, she encouraged me to submit work. So I punched up the sensuality in a work that had been recently rejected by a magazine and it got accepted. From that point, I’ve been published by more than 10 different publishers. What can I say? Sex sells!

Erotiqué: What is your greatest source of inspiration for writing your stories?

Bridget: Dreams, newspaper articles, Internet stories, friends, family, TV shows, people on the street. I’m always keeping my eyes and ears open and I grab inspiration from everywhere.

Erotiqué: Do you ever find yourself in need of mood enhancements? What kind do you use?

Bridget: Oh yeah. I’ll admit it. If I’m not feeling that special umph to write a hot scene, I’ll break out a porn DVD. Sometimes I’ll watch it just for new positions.

Erotiqué: What can readers expect from any of your stories?

Bridget: I’m hoping that my readers know to expect the unexpected. I know. A complete oxymoron. Since I write multicultural romance, my readers know that I write a romance with an interracial couple where race is not an issue. It would be great if interracial romances became the norm instead of its own special subgenre. But while it is, I’ll keep writing them so long as fans keep reading them.

Quick Facts:
Author Name:
Bridget Midway
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Blog Address: http://www.bridgetmidway.blogspot.com

Bridget Midway is the author of the following eBooks from Erotiqué Press.

Three most recent short stories:

  • "Sodom and Gomorrah"
  • "Silly Fears"
  • "Public Domain"

Three most recent books:

  • What White Boyz Want – “Bitter Ball” – Parker Publishing
  • Corporate Desires – MS Fiction
  • Original Sin– Phaze Books