Sometimes, I just know that my book is good. Really good. I reread it and I’m proud of what I’ve written. I think everyone else will enjoy it if they give it a chance. Like Christine: Courtship. I know it’s a fantastic erotic romance, and I’ve got 8 5-star reviews on Goodreads to prove it. It’s just a matter of getting people to try them – marketing – something I’ve barely begun to scratch the surface of.
Sometimes, I’m not sure. I mean, I think I did a good job, but I’m not sure that I hit the mark that I was aiming for. That was the case with Cherie’s Awakening: A Futa Story. So, when a renowned connoisseur and futanari specialist with some incredible books under her belt said “I’m going to take a look at one of your futa books”, I was both excited and a little scared that she wouldn’t like it. I need not have feared. She gave it 5 stars and wrote a short review. This is what she had to say:
“Something I absolutely love in erotic fiction is taking the journey with a woman as she discovers her love for other women. Cherie’s Awakening delivers just that, and with such yummy detail! Not only was Cherie’s unplanned fling with her futa lover a delight to read, but the icing on the cake was the sensual self-love scene that follows (self-love in erotica is so important and so much fun to read!). An excellent story, and I truly hope this isn’t the last we see of Cherie.”
As you all know, I write across a number of genres. The publishing order depends mostly on how fast can I update what I’ve already written and then get it edited. I have hundreds of thousands of words already written, but I wasn’t thinking about professionally publishing them when I wrote them. I have to go through them, reread them, see what needs to be updated or adjusted, added to, taken out, etc. Then, they need a good editorial scrub. So, even though I have a huge backlog, I can’t just throw it out there all at once. However, the fifth one’s made it out: Cherie’s Awakening: A Futa Story. It’s a futa story, but it’s also got a nice lesfic vibe. I’m hoping that people who like either genre will enjoy it.
Cherie’s hunting men. She’s got three nights, she’s made a list and she’s working her way down it. After crossing off numbers one and two on each of the previous nights, she gets to work on Mr. Number Three. However, after a conversation with her first two conquests, number three not only rebuffs her advances, but he makes sure that no one else takes her up on her offer. An angry Cherie commiserates with her new friend Liz, and after a few too many drinks, Liz helps her back to her room, but not before promising to introduce her to ‘her friend’. When a power outage plunges the elevator into darkness, Liz decides that maybe now is the time to introduce Cherie to ‘her friend’. After an exciting elevator ride, Cherie starts to wonder if it’s really ‘men’ that she’s been looking for all this time. Maybe she’s been overlooking a way to address her physical needs that might be much more satisfying…