Sinful Press welcomes…

Over the past year and a half, Sinful Press has had the chance to work with some great writers, and now we have the absolute pleasure of welcoming Janine Ashbless to the team 😀 Janine is best known for her dark, paranormal and fantasy erotica stories and has been published by Xcite Books, Black Lace and […]

Guest post – Ian Smith

Guest post – Ian Smith

Chit-chat “Merely Players” is a series of erotic romance novellas in which the relationships between my three main characters develop as they work on TV shows. Becky writes the light-hearted adventure stories for a family audience, in which Hayley’s character needs to be rescued, and Paul’s character is the guy to do it. The second […]

Guest Post – Janine Ashbless

Guest Post – Janine Ashbless

We Need to be Wicked Janine Ashbless Recently I bought an anthology of female-written fiction whose subtitle was “women up to no good”. Now this is not a book review, but I want to make it clear that these stories were well-written and well-edited and almost all really interesting, taken as individual pieces. Nevertheless I […]

Guest Post – Christine Blacktho...

Guest Post – Christine Blackthorn

I am submissive – or am I? Christine Blackthorn   The recent enthusiasm for BDSM romance novels has left me going from happy to worried and back again. I am happy about it not only because I write them, but also because I think any development which allows people to experiment with what makes them […]

Guest Post – Samantha A Cole

Guest Post – Samantha A Cole

Sub Before Dom By Samantha Cole   Excerpt from Topping the Alpha— “…It’s where I met Max…Max Sterling. He started volunteering there just after New Year’s my senior year and became my first real boyfriend—you know, not just a one-night-stand or a friend-with-benefits. He also became my first Dom.” Nick’s head whipped up and he […]

Guest Post – Sonni de Soto

Guest Post – Sonni de Soto

Loving Oddly – Where Show Me, Sir Came From Sonni de Soto When I started Show Me, Sir, it had begun as a chance to redeem my main character, Max Wells, who’d unfortunately and a little unfairly been cast in the antagonist role at the end of my first novel, The Taming School. She’d been […]

CREATING THE EMOTIONAL BOND BETWEEN C...

CREATING THE EMOTIONAL BOND BETWEEN CHARACTERS AND READER by Mary Balogh

I write love stories set among the upper classes of England and Wales in the Regency era (1811-1820). A love story is not just a narrative; it is the story of the growth of a relationship between two people, a growth through indifference (sometimes even hostility), through liking and friendship and being in love to […]