Rose Art

Adult Erotica
Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
Art lives with us every day. Even if your spouse's name isn't Arthur. Experience a year with husband and wife team Randy and Rose where they get to challenge the other's perception in everyday events. Life creates art. Art creates life. More

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About Rose Maru

Born a long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away... no, wait, that wasn't me, but sometimes it certainly seems like it.

Before getting into all the fun details, I want to clear the air of a rather large aspect of my writing because it has a huge impact on my work: I have HSDS (Hypoactive Sexual Desire Syndrome). In fact, if it weren't for my HSDS, I wouldn't be here and you wouldn't be there reading this - my previously unpublished writings were explorations into kick-starting my, ahem, 'motor.' I tried to explore anything that might cause a little tingle below, even ideas and concepts my thinking brain refused to hear. Creating an alter-ego in my stories allowed me to safely penetrate the veil of non-existence - I was forced to think about sexy thoughts and situations.

I wrote for years covering a wide range of topics, my husband providing a large number of seedlings from which to grow my stories (HSDS... what do you expect? Much to my dismay, what I learned to expect was very raunchy pillow-talk. Much to his dismay, he learned to expect me to leap from bed saying, "Oh! That is so good, I've got to write it down!"). It turns out, writing romantic erotica usually wasn't doing it for me. I gave up on it for a period of time - in essence, I gave up trying to help myself, as well.

Then my significant's bright idea: if it didn't help me, maybe it would help someone else. I was back to writing again, or more correctly, preparing my work for release unto an unsuspecting public (I have now officially absolved myself from any evil that befalls you after reading my books - it's all his fault). So I dredged up my folder of rough and unpolished stories - damn, I wrote this much? No wonder I wasn't having sex, I was busy writing about it. (Fib alert: so not true it's not funny. Not the 'not having sex' part, but the lack of bedroom action wasn't really due to my writing.)

An odd thing happened, though, as I was rereading my material and editing it. I felt a little something that I hadn't experienced in a long time. I actually felt a little tingle from down below. That soft little call, while editing some stories, started to get a little louder - still very quiet, but it was most certainly there where it hadn't been for decades. I gave in to the siren call almost immediately - surprised the hell out of my husband (thank goodness it wasn't the UPS guy at the door during those moments). Complete, spontaneous, due-to-my-doing rumpy-bumpy. Holy humper, Batman, I'm fixed!

I wish. It disappeared again, just as easily slipping back into my 'normal abnormal' routine of never thinking about it within hours. Back to editing. Being the patient sort, I allowed myself to edit a whole three paragraphs before anguish sets in, "It's not working! Ah! I'm broken forever!" Luckily, I have a never say die attitude (Fib alert: ... no, wait, this isn't my stories where I have to include a 'truth' section - let me have my freaking moment), and said, "Piss on it, I'm still going to release my work. I've come this far."

And so it went - although much to my joy (and my hubby's) - every so often, I'd find myself showing such obvious responses to passages, it was apparent to even an HSDS girl - and we'd make joy (sometimes several times) to the situation. I wasn't fixed, but at least I had a crutch.

Which leaves me editing my old material, exploring new, and tormenting you with it - where I hope it does you some good, too. If it can't make you happy that way, I hope it'll at least provide you a little laugh the other way - especially since I do provide a 'Truth and Consequences' side to all my stories at the end of each book where I detail the nitty-gritty and harsh reality of every piece. This allows everyone's inner voyeur to be released because my HSDS does a great job of preventing me from grasping 'TMI,' so I tend to spill my guts back there in my books.

As for my bio (side note: doesn't that make it an 'auto-bio?'), I'm a cute, twenty-one year-old (Fib Alert! Oh my Lord! If you're writing fantasy-fiction, at least make it believable!) - crap, okay, fine, I'm old enough to probably be your sister - from a second marriage - so we're not blood related, which means you don't have to get all weirded out about reading sex stuff about me) - and I live in the Pacific Northwest where I am still happily married to my first husband (very funny - he edits my other fibs so I have to tell the truth, but leaves the happily married one)... at least until he reads the final published product where I changed the truth section in every book back to being brutally honest contrary to his corrections.

And, yes, that is me on the cover of all my books, but I'm not spilling the beans here, you have to read the book.

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Reviews

Review by: Thomas Lawrence on Sep. 18, 2017 :
A delightful tour-de-force through a virtual gallery of photographic art depicting the various aspects of the author herself. Sometimes whimsical, sometimes sensual, sometimes fanciful. But always real.

You are personally guided through this amazing gallery by the author and her intrepid photographer/husband. They provide insightful and often humorous commentary on each of the pictures. It's like walking through an art gallery with a couple of your close friends and being entertained by their back and forth banter as much as by the pictures.

As an added bonus, the author has included sample stories from three of her other books of erotica. These stories are at least as delightful and entertaining as the gallery itself. I highly recommend the "Vulva-Vagina Veracity" story taken from her book, "A Dozen Roses". (An excellent book in it's own right.) It presents an educational and entertaining look at the most intimate part of a woman. I guarantee that it's an anatomy lesson that you won't soon forget.
(reviewed 69 days after purchase)
Review by: Sirnobby on Aug. 19, 2015 :
Not what I was expecting, I was expecting something like a woman's romance novel fawning over some un obtainable hero. This is sophisticated erotica and those looking for sleaze probably best look elsewhere.

The book is analogous to a stroll through an art gallery in that there are different surprises around each corner and also somewhat like an auto biography with snapshots into the author's life and points of view and just as much a compelling read as some famous autobiographies.

Interesting insight of going bra less to relieve back/ shoulder pain, may work for breasts up to a certain size but curious whether applicable to larger breasts? Like the bit about cupping whilst descending stairways, wonder if this is also the same at work or in public?

The liberal minded will enjoy the wonderful variation of cover shots with a strategic placing of a picture frame and examples of abstract photography throughout the book.

Although the photography is a bit trick you can see the model is quite tasty and would be nice for once to see a pic of her in the raw without any photography tricks.

Enjoyable chapter of a modeling vacation in Vegas and similar chapters.
Overall a very enjoyable read and not what I was expecting.
(reviewed 31 days after purchase)
Review by: Sirnobby on Aug. 19, 2015 :
Not what I was expecting, I was expecting something like a woman's romance novel fawning over some un obtainable hero. This is sophisticated erotica and those looking for sleaze probably best look elsewhere.

The book is analogous to a stroll through an art gallery in that there are different surprises around each corner and also somewhat like an auto biography with snapshots into the author's life and points of view and just as much a compelling read as some famous autobiographies.

Interesting insight of going bra less to relieve back/ shoulder pain, may work for breasts up to a certain size but curious whether applicable to larger breasts? Like the bit about cupping whilst descending stairways, wonder if this is also the same at work or in public?

The liberal minded will enjoy the wonderful variation of cover shots with a strategic placing of a picture frame and examples of abstract photography throughout the book.

Although the photography is a bit trick you can see the model is quite tasty and would be nice for once to see a pic of her in the raw without any photography tricks.

Enjoyable chapter of a modeling vacation in Vegas and similar chapters.
Overall a very enjoyable read and not what I was expecting.
(reviewed 31 days after purchase)
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