We’ve just caught up with the fact – via a random conversation with another author – that a lot of Fulani’s material, including the two recent novellas The Vampire Skye (released 2 November) and Addicted to Rope (released 9 September) is now available on iTunes. As is Lucy Felthouse’s Seducing the Myth collection, including a Fulani story.
They’re all items you need to pay for, of course, though our iTunes also indicates 458 free erotica novels and novellas along with the 11,000 or so that have prices attached.
In other news, we’re doing the last-ditch manic packing of boxes prior to moving and will probably not reappear her until the weekend…
Had quite a long email exchange with Billierosie about bdsm – she was writing a piece about Tennyson’s 1833 (and revised 1842) poem ‘The Lady of Shalott’, itself based on mediaeval sources. The poem is often taken to be about the process of creativity and the twin pulls of needing isolation but also needing engagement with the world, though Billierosie explores themes of dominance and submission through it.
The end result is she quotes a fair bit of the exchange, and comes up with an interesting take on the poem. And some cool fantasy material. And the pre-Raphaelite paintings she includes in the post are good as well.
Read her post on the subject here.
The Vampire Skye – cover
Fulani’s latest novella The Vampire Skye made it out yesterday – not quite in time for Halloween (or samhain, if you prefer) but close enough.
The Vampire Skye – published by Xcite, winners of the ETO Best Erotic Book Brand 2010 & 2011.
Blurb: Leah works for the Authority, a secretive Government department dedicated to managing the vampires who live in society and keeping their presence hidden from the human population. Her latest client, Skye, wants to flee the Authority’s restrictions and go off-programme – and if that means feeding from Leah in the process, so be it. As disorder sweeps the city and the ordinary rules of engagement no longer apply, how will Leah deal with all the problems Skye throws her way – not least the fact Skye is her dominant fantasy lover made undead flesh?
There’s a little more on the background to the story over at Fulani’s Fulanismut blogspot blog.
Xcite lists it as an erotic novella with paranormal, lesbian, bdsm and menage themes. [Edited to add: check the ‘Our Publications’ page for full details of where you can buy it].