When wife, mother, and now novelist Georgia Gorringe decided to write a book, people doubted the octogenarian would even finish it, let alone get it published. Gorringe, who lives in Salt Lake City, was hardly about to let age or inhibitions get in her way of her goal. She spent five years toiling away on her first novel, “No Good-Bye,” a romantic tale that Gorringe deems “steamy.” The book released this February under her pen name, Georgie Marie. The novel boasts a shocking twist ending and follows a bored housewife’s adventures when she stumbles upon a sexy voice on the radio. She listens to the voice in front of her husband to make him angry, which totally turns her on, and well, naughty chapters ensue. A passage of the book reads, ”Gloria never told Dr. Ben that hearing his voice made her knees go weak and quiver. It was almost orgasmic.” When was the last time you heard your grandmother say something like that? Gorringe claims it’s fiction, but her kids say there’s more truth to it than she’s letting on. “I mean, we know who she’s talking about,” her daughter told local news station KUTV. The story will arrive on bookstore shelves soon, but in the mean time, you can read it on your Kindle. Come on, you know you’re curious. [Cosmopolitan, KUTV] [Image via KUTV]
Farrah Abraham excels at being a celebrity, if our working definition is someone who finds a way to keep themselves in the news no matter what. The former ”Teen Mom” star, singer, and tomato sauce social messenger has now parlayed her much-hyped Vivid sex tapes with porn It Boy James Deen, “Farrah Superstar: Backdoor Teen Mom” and “Farrah 2: Backdoor and More,” into an erotic novel trilogy based around them. The first book, In The Making (Celebrity Sex Tape), which will be published July 1st, comes with a disclaimer at the front of the first book by publisher Ellora’s Cave CEO Patty Marks stating that it “has been carefully written, edited and proofread to ensure that the book has not revealed any actual occurrences or business practices that have not already been publicly revealed or acknowledged.” Perhaps this was a nod to the legal warnings Vivid has supposedly sent her; in the book, the porn company is called HALE’O and is owned by Schmite Hale (who has the same initials as Vivid CEO Steve Hirsch). Keep reading »
Activities are wonderful, but sometimes, it’s fine to want to shut the world out for a couple of days, and make some serious time for you. Don’t be afraid of FOMO, either. There will always be another party, another pub crawl, another picnic. The time you’ll spend indulging in the things you want to do, alone, are well worth it. Here’s a handy list of awesome things to do this holiday weekend!
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Sales of urban fantasy, erotica, and romance books are growing faster than the engorged manhood of a vampire whose lack of blood circulation has mysteriously not left him impotent. Maybe this is because society has become more accepting of sexuality overall. Or maybe it’s just because ebooks have finally fulfilled humanity’s long-held dream of being able to buy selkie erotica without having to awkwardly avoid eye contact with the bookstore clerk. Read more on Cracked…
Farrah Abraham is many things. She’s a teen mom. She’s on “Teen Mom.” She’s the only single cast member of VH1′s series “Couples Therapy.” She’s a wildly successful two-time porn star. She’s a singer. She’s a memoirist. And now she’s an erotic novelist, with the first book in her Celebrity Sex Tape erotica series set for release on July 1. And who better to model for the cover of In The Making (Celebrity Sex Tape) (clever title, really) than Farrah herself! I can tell this is going to be a real page-turner. Check out the book’s description: Keep reading »
When other people think about their past and get a little misty, they might be thinking about things like their hometown and how their formative experiences there made them the adult they are today.
I, on the other hand, grew up op on the Internet. Many of my “old haunts” are sex blogs, and seeing some of my favorites go dark over the years has made me as wistful as others might be if they found out that their favorite, childhood roller rink burned down.
I found independently-written sex blogs shortly after my formal education ended (four years of abstinence-only sex ed). One errant click as I was looking for tips on how to shave “down there” without giving myself razor burn, and I was plunged into someone’s personal account of planning an orgy. Keep reading »