If you need to find me on any weekday morning, then I’m usually to be found in the far corner of my favourite cafe, with a large black coffee in one hand, and a ballpoint pen in the other. I spend each and every morning immersed in thoughts of all things kinky, thoroughly enjoying the fact that my fellow caffeine sippers have no idea what I’m writing.
The locals all assume I’m either studying for another degree, virtuously writing children’s stories, or am deeply engrossed in the world’s longest shopping list.
The way I make a living is a constant source of surprise to me, as I should really be stowed away in a dusty university library somewhere, making some use of my collection of degrees, writing learned papers on Medieval England. I swear that at no point on the suggested careers list I was given at university did it say, “This girl should write erotica”…
After five years of compiling stories and poems, and reviewing other peoples work, I can say without doubt, that there is NO going back for me. Once writing has you in its power you are at its mercy for life. It doesn’t pay well, it leads to constant disappointment, and it takes over every other thing you do - but when the publisher says “Yes,” and the occasional unexpected royalty cheque arrives in the post, it suddenly all seems worthwhile, and I LOVE IT!!
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By Kay Jaybee
Published: January 28, 2013 by
In this wonderfully sexy short tale from Kay Jaybee, we are plunged suddenly and sensually straight into the perverse lives of a young maid and manservant who have been plucked from their domestic cocoon only to be chastised and disciplined for transgressions they never knew they made!
Making Him Wait
By Kay Jaybee
Published: October 29, 2012 by
Maddie Templeton has always been an unconventional artist. Themes of submission and domination pulse through her erotic artwork, and she’s happily explored these lustful themes both on and off the canvas.
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