Valentine's Day

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Twenty-three award-winning erotic short stories illustrate the creativity and sensuality of contemporary erotic writing in this delightful anthology. Chosen from over 160 entries in the Stringybark Erotic Fiction Awards these sexy tales will charm, arouse and provide warmth on the coldest evening. From the discreet to the explicit there is something for every reader. More

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Published: June 15, 2013
Words: 39,950
Language: Commonwealth English
ISBN: 9781301119776
About David Vernon

I am a freelance writer and editor. I am father of two boys. For the last few years I have focussed my writing interest on chronicling women and men’s experience of childbirth and promoting better support for pregnant women and their partners. Recently, for a change of pace, I am writing two Australian history books. In 2014 I was elected Chair of the ACT Writers Centre.

In 2010 I established the Stringybark Short Story Awards to promote the short story as a literary form.

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Reviews

Review by: Jennifer Ryder on Oct. 21, 2013 : star star star star star
This Anthology certainly has a wide range of erotic stories! My particular favourite is Heart Rate by Jennifer Ryder (sorry, I'm allowed to be biased), but I also loved Second Place getter Colin Campbell's 'The Point'.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Sybil Rush on July 04, 2013 : star star star star star
This anthology has a huge variety of erotic stories. My favourites are Inside the Spectrum and The Point. Inside the Spectrum, by Derek Wayne, describes the anniversary celebration of a man with some serious personality quirks and his understanding girlfriend. The Point, by Colin Campbell, is a sexy, meta exploration of the relationship between erotica writers and their readers. But not all of the stories are experimental. Plenty are conventionally erotic, while others are touching or dark. Highly recommended.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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