Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Nickel Nasties Series #3: A Little Naughty Goes a Long Way by Mysti Parker

Welcome to the Nickel Nasties series! In celebration of my first scathing Amazon review for A Ranger's Tale (1 in 58 ain't bad), I've decided to devote February to the stories that garner so much stereotype and ridicule, but still comprise one of the world's best-selling genres: ROMANCE! I hope you'll enjoy this series. Please leave comments for the wonderful contributors. And...don't forget to check out their books!

A Little Naughty Goes a Long Way


Mysti Parker

We apologize for interrupting your regularly scheduled program, but.....

We had a no-show, so here's a re-run of a guest post I wrote last year during a virtual book tour. It appeared on SJ Clarke's website on June 29, 2012. I welcome any comments here or on SJ's blog. Here's a little preview:

 “…love scenes that were described with creatively written clean taste that left you with all kinds of erotic visions to imagine.”
“…way too much explicit sex in this book.”
Above are two conflicting statements from two different readers concerning the love scenes in my first book, A Ranger’s Tale. As with every aspect of fiction, love scenes are subjective for both author and reader. Opinions and preferences vary widely. From no mention of physical affection to no holds barred, writers and readers reside all along the spectrum.  
Readers are generous with their opinions of sex in literature. Yet, I haven’t heard much from the author’s side of things. So, let’s explore this topic with a question I was once asked: 

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