Sunday, February 15, 2009

New book!


My latest ebook was released this weekend!

"Amazon" is the sequel to my second ebook, "Centaur." Opal and Pholus continue their struggle against the Blackstorm mercenaries, who want to stop them from uncovering the secret of Pholus's creation.

You can find an excerpt at the Extasy Books site, or just listen to my podcast next week for an audio excerpt!

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

The Good Parts, episode 3: What do Women Want?

Helen E. H. Madden, Ann Regentin, and Nobilis talk about women's sexuality and how it pertains to reading and writing erotica.

Promo for I Should Be Writing.

Topics of conversation include:

The Times Magazine article on women's sexuality

Emily Vainglory

Jean Auel

M. Christian's "Brushes"

ASSTR

Joseph Campbell

You can download the episode here.

Saturday, February 7, 2009

Pip Sauce

A while back, my friends Philippa Ballantine, Dan Sawyer, and Chris Lester were recording a feedback podcast, and the phrase "saucy wench" came up on more than one occasion. This led to some discussion amongst the podcasting community on what "Pip Sauce" might taste like, given that "Pip" is short for Philippa...

Well, here's a first try.

2 kiwifruit (she's a New Zealander) peeled and cored (but not seeded, after all, this is Pip sauce)
1/2 cup yogurt, plain (she's lively)
1/2 chipotle pepper (she's hot and smoky)
1 tbsp honey (she's sweet)
1/2 tsp lime juice (she's tart)
Salt (she's salty)

Makes plenty.

Blend thoroughly. Salt to taste. Serve over broiled chicken or fish,
garnished with a thin slice of kiwifruit.

Or make a double batch, and use as a marinade.

I don't recommend turning up the heat on this recipe; it can overpower
the kiwifruit. We tried this on broiled swai and were quite satisfied with the balance.

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