‘The trick to forgetting the big picture is to look at everything close up.’ – Chuck Palahniuk It’s just 12 hours until Smutathon 2017!! In 12 hours, all of the intrepid writers in this extraordinary challenge will start writing their smut and filth and delicious delights to see what wonders we can produce in 12 […]Read more "Smutathon: Perspective…"
‘Real integrity is doing the right thing, knowing that nobody’s going to know whether you did it or not.’ – Oprah Winfrey Smutathon 2017 is only a few days away! This filthy writing challenge to raise money for some fab charities is really picking up steam and I’m so excited about getting started. If you’ve […]Read more "Smutathon: Unbutton…"
‘This is what’s beautiful about staying in a club or hotel: you’re invisible, as is your neighbour.’ – Amit Chaudhuri, Friend of My Youth Smutathon is just around the corner! On Saturday 1st July, sex bloggers from all over the country will be frantically writing filth and smut and all sorts of delicious delights in […]Read more "Smutathon: Hotel porn…"
‘I know myself that it is not underground that is better, but something different, quite different, for which I am thirsting, but which I cannot find! Damn underground! – Fyodor Dostoyevsky, Notes from Underground Exhibit A and I have been having lots of fun on the underground this evening… Lots and lots of fun! Don’t […]Read more " Sinful Sunday: Northern Line…"
‘In a world where vows are worthless.Where making a pledge means nothing. Where promises are made to be broken, it would be nice to see words come back into power.’ – Chuck Palahniuk, Lullaby Have you heard about Smutathon 2017? The wonderful Coffee and Kink has organised this very exciting sex blogging challenge and a […]Read more "Smutathon: 1st pledge…"
‘A visit to Père Lachaise in Paris adds a year to one’s life’ – J.G. Ballard, The Atrocity Exhibition Hidden amongst the stone and marble, can you see me? Don’t forget to click the lips to see the other outdoor delights shared on this prompt week…Read more "Sinful Sunday: Père Lachaise…"