Kristina Lloyd

Erotic Fiction Author

Ultimate Burlesque!

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and, newly released this week, is Ultimate Burlesque, an erotica anthology published as part of Emily Dubberley’s Burlesque Against Breast Cancer campaign. All authors wrote their stories for free, and profits from the book go to Macmillan Cancer Support. You may just know some of the writers involved: Monmouth, Alison Tyler, Portia Da Costa, Jeremy Edwards, Nikki Magennis, Donna George Storey and me!

Go to the Ultimate Burlesque website for the full lowdown on all the authors plus details of the UK reading tour. And if you’re in Brighton on October 30th, then do come along to Waterstones to hear me read from my story, The Lion Tamer’s Scars.

In other news, I’ve been poking around in erotica publishing’s hidden corners and, after much blood, sweat and tears, can now bring you a bundle of truly taboo-busting images! Check them out on this week’s Erotica Cover Watch. Come on, don’t be afraid. It’s only bodies.

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ETA: I meant to say, if you still haven’t read my super-filthy, super-sexy, controversial bestseller, Asking for Trouble, it is currently dirt cheap on Amazon UK! (And this is not, as has been suggested (you know who you are), because I’ve been remaindered. I am currently flying high at number FIVE in Amazon’s erotica charts!) So pop Asking for Trouble in your basket when you buy Ultimate Burlesque and have yourself a serious smutfest.

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October 2, 2008 - Posted by | Kristina Lloyd |

2 Comments »

  1. O, to be in Brighton, when Kristina is in bloom!

    There are several Brightons here in the U.S. Any chance I could trick you into reading at one that’s within easy reach of Pennsylvania?

    Comment by Jeremy Edwards | October 3, 2008 | Reply

  2. Robert Browning on my blog! Cool!

    I should come to your Brighton then one day you should come to our Pennsylvania, just south of London’s Elephant and Castle.

    Actually – not true. We have no Pennsylvania. We do have a Jeremy Edwards though!

    Comment by kristinalloyd | October 3, 2008 | Reply


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