Saturday, May 31, 2014

My Sexy Saturday: Sexy Once Again

Have you ever created or read about a character who for some reason has lost that sexy feeling? Then suddenly, something happens and they are sexy once again? I’m sure many of you have heard about it. After all, there have been many popular movies about it.  Those stories are all about the characters. Something has happened in their lives that they don’t think they will ever come back from it.

Blurb: In a world where people known as Assets can be programmed with any set of skills or personality, Rose works in the high pressure job of programmer while dealing with the corporate hierarchy and trying to deny her desire for another woman. As the pressures and secrets pile up, Rose seeks relief in fantasies of being a helpless, memory-less Asset, but fears showing her desire to anyone else. A co-worker helps her overcome her fear and shame to take charge of both her work and her sexuality.

Your Seven Sexy Sentences:

Teo looked great in tight black jeans and a white tank top that showed off her muscular arms, her black hair gelled into a fifties greaser style that gave her a note of androgyny, though the hard nipples poking through the white cloth were distinctly female. A folded red handkerchief hung from her left rear jeans pocket. She danced close to another woman in a halter top and pants with cut-outs along her legs, her blonde dreads whipping like an octopus underwater.

Suddenly red-faced with embarrassment, Rose pretended her drink was intensely interesting. When she looked up again, Teo was looking right back at her. Damn it, she Heisenberged me.

Teo paused in nibbling the blonde woman’s ear and cocked her head at Rose, challenging her. Inviting her?


  1. I don't come across a lot books that interest me as a queer reader, but this one sure does! Veeeery iiiiinteresting.

    1. Hi Giselle. We do encourage writers to write characters who don't fit gender norms. Gabriel Belthir's "Lily of the Wasteland" from Storm Moon might be to your taste. And Sian Hart had her debut story published "Blurred Lines" also from Storm Moon which was a gender queer anthology. We're new and haven't had much subbed. But we do have a lesbian short story collection, Adventuresses,

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    1. Hello Dakota. Welcome.
      We like this little story very much. And it hasn't gotten a lot of love from readers, so we thought we'd put it out there.