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Chilli Dip

After two exciting volumes, readers have asked how many more experiences can Lou have? The answer is contained in ‘Chilli Dip’.

Where some people struggle to find love, Lou bucks the trend. Whether it’s from a glance exchanged at a busy London train station, to jetting off together four days later to avoiding secret filming, Lou’s adventures and misadventures continue to thrill!

Fancy a threesome?

Discover what’s involved when two become three – get the full experience with all three books.

Kicking off the series, Vanilla Extract is book one in the story of a recently divorced woman (Lou) who embarks on a journey of self and sexual discovery.

From monogamy to finding her own erotic empowerment, each chapter tells of a new encounter where her appetite for excitement is nourished.

Book two in the series explores Lou’s new experiences: driven by her need for variety, fun and adventure on every step of her path.

Vanilla Extract saw the start of Lou’s self and sexual journey. And this journey will take her to exciting unknown territory. Wherever would it lead her? What was left to try?

Hungry for more?

About the Author

I was born and raised in London but now live on the Hertfordshire/Essex border. I have four children and I work full time in the finance world. In my spare time I write and so far I have published three erotic fiction books: Vanilla Extract, Cinnamon Twist and Chilli Dip.

Vanilla Extract is the start of our protagonist’s journey. ‘Lou’ is a recently divorced woman who embarks upon an entertaining journey of self and sexual discovery. Cinnamon Twist delves her deeper into new experiences and the recently launched Chilli Dip touches on further shared interactions and her more personal thinking about the world she has become a part of.

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How did you start writing?

I always knew I would write something. I just didn’t quite know what it would be. When I told friends about different experiences (personal and of others), they said I should read the 50 Shades books. However, upon reflection, one lady suggested that I didn’t need to. Instead I should write my own book – which I did.

Where are your ideas from?

Some are from personal experiences and others from what I have learned along the way when researching stories from the very colourful people I have met. 

Are any of your characters based (however loosely) on anyone you know? 

Yes, quite a few actually. Some of the characters are real and they wanted to be included and named. Others preferred to remain anonymous. One gentleman used to market himself on Tinder by referring to his chapter!

Can you share your writing process with us, in a nutshell?

To be honest, there’s no real structure. If an idea pops into my head, I try to get it down as soon as possible. I don’t plan out the writing because it’s not a novel. It’s more of a chronological series of encounters. This way I find it easy to write a chapter whilst on a plane or train journey. It’s a great way to make time go quicker!

How did you get your books published?

I had already started writing Vanilla Extract but I wasn’t really sure what to do with it. A friend introduced me to someone who had written his own book so I could pick his brains. It transpired that not only had he published two books but had set up a company helping others to do the same. Navigating your way through when you don’t know what you are doing can be quite daunting. Andy at 3PPublishing guided me through the process and I have now published three books through his company.

Did you read much as a child?

Yes, but probably inappropriate material for my age, or rather it would be in this day and age. My mother was a huge fan of Stephen King, James Herbert and Graham Masterton. I read their works from the age of ten upwards.

Is there a book you wish you had written?

Lord of the Flies, William Golding. What a masterpiece! I could read that over and over again.

What would you title your own auto-biography?

‘With unclipped wings she soared’ or something like that any way!

Which fictional character would you invite for coffee and where would you take them?

Dorian Gray would be entertaining in this day and age, to find out how he’s really feeling about his life and how it panned out for him. I’d take him to Starbucks and sit at a window seat so we could both people watch and reflect on how society has changed since his day.

What are you working on right now?

I’ve just published Chilli Dip, so I’m having a breather from the books, but focussing on the website and potential blogs I can post. I want my followers to know there’s more about me than just erotic fiction.

What do you generally do to celebrate on publication day?

With a book launch and bubbles!

How can readers keep in touch with you?

Yes on all the social media platforms: Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.