We’ve not posted anything for a while because, basically, other projects took up a lot of time. There should be news of several new publications soon. Meanwhile, you may recall Fulani’s novella The Vampire Skye came out at the back end of last year and it’s just been reviewed on The Romance Reviews under their GBLT topic heading (unsurprisingly because its a lesbian story). The reviewer, Book Addict, says:
It exceeded my expectations in world building, hot characters and erotic sex scenes. I look forward to reading more from this talented author. I recommend this to Sapphic readers who enjoy a paranormal story dominated by a sexy female vampire.
The reviewer appears to have assumed or imagined that Fulani is female, but more importantly that Fulani is an actual individual rather than the assumed name of a secretive cabal of revolutionaries whose erotic writings are in fact coded critiques of contemporary society. That said, The Vampire Skye is available in ebook and other electronic formats from Xcite Books, from Amazon.co.uk, from Amazon.com, from Barnes and Noble in Nook format and probably from other places as well.
While we’re on the subject of reviews, prolific erotica author M. Christian has gone a little further in his quest for publicity for his recent book, Finger’s Breadth. The plot concerns a spate of attacks in the San Francisco gay community in which a psycho aumputates a section of a finger from his victims. It’s won excellent reviews as being a ‘gay erotic science fiction horror’ and a ‘scary but enlightening ride through the twisted labyrinth of the human psyche’ (this last from Lisabet Sarai, herself a well-known erotic author).
M. Christian is threatening, though, to amputate a segment of one of his own fingers to gain additional publicity. He did tell us about this in advance and our advice was not to go there, because every author of erotica will now be expected to do something similar, and probably post the clip on YouTube… You should however note that M. Christian does admit that his track record for honesty in publicity campaigns ‘isn’t the best’… At any rate, you can judge the book for yourself by buying it on Amazon.com.