Thursday, September 20, 2012

The not talked about genre everyone is talking about

Vancouver, B.C- The erotica genre has been catapulted of late into mainstream discussions and although some literary critics suspect it may be a short lived trend, authors like Alan Daniels believe attention to the genre will raise the demand for well written erotic fiction.

“I am hoping that the increased interest in the genre opens more doors for writers who have high quality work to share with the public. For many readers, entering the world of erotica and BDSM is still taboo, but it shouldn’t be. Erotica can be edgy, intelligent, funny, and romantic. I believe readers of traditional romance fiction may be ready to step up to something a little spicier,” says Daniels.

Daniels, an award winning former B.C journalist, is just releasing his debut novel Spank -The Improbable Adventures of George Aloysius Brown about a year in the lives of two different people and the bizarre characters they encounter when they join forces to win a literary award. Although there is a theme of consensual spanking as foreplay, the focus is on the satirical adventures of the main character George as he enters an underground world. His experiences are offset by the adventures of aspiring romance writer Catherine Mallory Jones, an attractive thrill seeker with a dark sexual past.

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