By Suzanne Graham
I was first introduced to erotic romance in 2008, when I joined my local writers group. I have the fabulous fortune to be in a group with Brynn Paulin, Bronwyn Green, Mia Watts, Temple Hogan, Simone Anderson, and Abigail Barnette, among others. What a powerhouse of erotic romance writers to learn and grow with!
I was very new to writing and had completed my very first manuscript, a contemporary woman’s fiction novel, which shall never see the light of day. I was a lover of romance novels from a young age and knew this was where I wanted to focus my writing. Then I learned about the advantages of writing erom for the epublishing market – high demand from readers and a fast entry into publishing. Being a fan of sex, I decided to try my hand at writing the spicy fantasies in my head, and my first story was accepted. It was the beginning of a wonderful love affair!
Since then, I have been reading and writing to explore sexuality and the erotic responses of different fetishes, and I couldn’t be happier with my new (pre)occupation. Through my research, I have met fascinating individuals who have introduced me to like-minded communities, such as the online community of fetlife.com. This website is an amazing testament to the diversity of human sexuality with a list of nearly 900 fetishes!
I am thrilled to be invited to join the authors submitting their “outside of the box” erotica stories to Stiff Rain Press. There are so many ideas I am anxious to explore, and I hope readers will enjoy the erotic experiences available here.
Suzanne Graham has always been an avid reader and diary writer. After inheriting boxes of romance books from her aunt, she decided to try putting her own stories on paper. Suzanne met her husband, a fellow American, as an exchange student at the University of Warwick in England. They are the proud parents of three boys. In her spare time, you can usually find Suzanne on the living room couch reading sexy stories.
Suzanne loves to connect with readers. To find her online, check out her Twitter and Facebook links on her blog: http://www.suzannegraham.blogspot.com/