And it begins over at the blog of editor Tenille Brown. But wait…you can also find the schedule including dates and stops right here:
We are so excited! Below is the schedule for the blog tour and links to which blogs will be hosting myself and “Can’t Get Enough” contributors. There will be guests posts, excerpts, interviews, oh my! Aren’t you excited, too?
July 10: Me -Hi!
July 11: Erotica For All
July 14: Quixotic Orchid
July 15: Kinkly
July 16: Sex in Words
July 17: Cara Sutra
July 18: Malin James
July 21: Kissin’ Karen Blue
July 22: Conversations LIVE radio
July 23: Yolanda Shoshana
July 24: Monica Corwin
July 25: Johnny Lemuria
July 28: Robot Lovers Prey on the Lonely
July 29: Night Owl Reviews
July 30: Tamsin Flowers
July 31: Rose Caraway
Aug 1: Ali’s Addiction
Aug 4: Erzabet Bishop
Aug 5: Naked All the Time
Aug 6: Leatherati
Aug 7: Geeky Nymph
Aug 8: Harper Bliss
This list will be updated as more stops are added along the way. See you there!
In recent weeks, the buzz surrounding our forthcoming anthology has been growing. The amazing staff at Cleis Press pointed me to an excellent review from Library Journal, where it reads a little something like this:
“…these stories all depict raunchy romps that just can’t wait. Thanks in part to the blend of well-known contributing authors within the genre (e.g., JoAnne Kenrick, Tilly Hunter, Tamsin, Flowers, Preston Avery, Anika, Ray, and editor Brown), the collection covers an admirable range of couples, kinks, and locales. M/M, M/F, and genderqueer pairings are all depicted participating in lighter fetishes—from role play to the rougher side of BDSM.”
You can read the full review here.
Another bit of great news is that Can’t Get Enough has been picked up by the popular book club, Black Expressions, which came as a pleasant surprise to me. I’m not exactly sure how that came about, and frankly it doesn't matter because it's happening. I'm hoping tor this anthology to get as much exposure as possible.
Soon to come on this blog will be author interviews, guest posts and more news about the release, so keep checking back. July 15th will be here before we know it!
I was pointed to what appears to be our anthology’s first review when a publicist approached me via Twitter about, well, publicity. It comes courtesy of Publisher’s Weekly. I will provide a link to the full review, but it goes a little something like this:
“Kissa Starling’s “Blue Balls” is supernatural smut with a clever feminist twist, and newcomer Beatrix Ellroy’s “Before They Burn” is darkly sexy…”
I, the ever optimist, chose to pluck out the nice bits, but as you’ll notice in the full review, not all stories went down so well. But, that’s how reviews go, and we want hard, honest reviews, don’t we?
You can read the complete review here.