Erin O'Riordan

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Erin O'Riordan lives in the Midwestern United States with her husband and co-author Tit Elingtin. Her erotic stories, essays, and film reviews have been published in numerous magazines and websites. She loves world mythology for both its spirituality and storytelling value and refuses to choose any one faith. The ideal trap for Erin O'Riordan would be baited with dark chocolate, espresso drinks, and Christian Bale movies.

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Tit Elingtin has been described as "Cautiously Reckless" and a Renaissance man. He knows something about everything. He is truly a jack of all trades, master of some.


Erin O'Riordan and Tit Elingtin's Books
This is what we do! In this video, you'll see the covers of our five novels, plus the anthologies that include our short stories, followed by our stand-alone short stories. Thanks so much for supporting us, a husband-and-wife writing duo!

Eminent Domain
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 58,750. Language: English. Published: January 28, 2012 by Erin O'Riordan. Categories: Fiction » Thriller & suspense » Crime thriller, Fiction » Transgressional fiction
A young couple buys the waterfront home of their dreams. After years of rehab to their home, they find it was all in vain. The government is going to take it from them. Feeling robbed of his liberty, Jeff is left hopeless and is willing to lose it all. This is the revised second edition.


Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 60,100. Language: English. Published: September 6, 2015 . Categories: Fiction » Thriller & suspense » Crime thriller
(4.50 from 2 reviews)
Love pulp fiction? Just try putting down CUT. CUT is full of saints and sinners you'll love to hate. Sex, ethics, religions, and mythologies clash as you dig deeper into their connection to the death of a young couple.
Price: $5.99 USD. Words: 64,460. Language: English. Published: June 6, 2014 . Categories: Fiction » Romance » Erotic
Twin sisters Allie and Zen have always shared everything. They even fall in love at the same time. Pagan priestess Allie thinks she's met the man of her dreams in Paul Phillip - but is he everything he seems? Zen, a witch gifted with the sixth sense, falls for Orlando, but he's married to someone else. As the celebration of Beltane nears, the sisters seem destined to be unlucky in love.
Oliver's Good Night Kiss
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 10,160. Language: English. Published: December 16, 2012 . Categories: Fiction » Erotica » Menage & Multiple Partners, Fiction » Romance » Paranormal » General
When werewolf mates Natalie and Matthew first laid eyes on Oliver, they both knew the sexy vampire chef was a temptation they couldn’t resist. Oliver’s orgasmically delicious food and hypnotic green eyes cast a spell on them. With Matthew and Natalie’s wedding date approaching, Oliver agrees to bow out gracefully from their sizzling triad…but only after one more night of passion.
The Spell You Cast
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 5,940. Language: English. Published: February 6, 2012 . Categories: Fiction » Erotica » For Couples, Fiction » Erotica » For Women
(5.00 from 4 reviews)
With Erin O'Riordan. When Troy and Madeline meet there is instant chemistry. Troy falls for Madeline’s magic only to discover he is part of a much larger plan plotted by Madeline, an admitted witch, and her ‘sisters’. The sex is enchanting as Troy’s infatuation for Madeline becomes deeper even as she introduces him to the other women. Troy manages to rise up to all that she throws at him.
Josephine Baker in Berlin
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 4,740. Language: English. Published: June 11, 2011 . Categories: Fiction » African American fiction » Historical
(4.00 from 1 review)
Even at the height of her notorious, glamorous stage career, Jo Baker needed someone who understood her.
The Erotica Anthology
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 21,280. Language: English. Published: June 11, 2011 . Categories: Fiction » Erotica » Anthologies
(4.00 from 2 reviews)
This collection showcases some of Erin O'Riordan's short stories, along with an excerpt of her full length novel, 'Beltane (Pagan Spirits Book One).'

Smashwords book reviews by Erin O'Riordan

  • Joy in a Box on Feb. 02, 2011
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    Texas author Sally Hanan is originally from Dublin. Perhaps that's why the soul-searching slices of life in her flash fiction collection 'Joy in a Box' might remind you of a miniaturized 'Dubliners.' The stories range from bitter to sweet. A few are based on Bible stories or true events. Most are canny observations of how Christians do, should or shouldn't act. Yes, this Christian author pokes gentle fun at misplaced zeal. She turns the same lovingly, teasingly critical eye on us authors in "Writers Forum: Translation 101." Deep down, we all think we're William Shakespeare, don't we? What Hanan does exceedingly well is focus on relationships. Some of my favorites include "Roses Are Red," in which a widower must find a way to express his true feelings for the second love of his life. In "In the Orange-Sherbet Light," a middle-aged woman expresses gratitude to the aunt who adopted her many years before. Perhaps the best is "I Can Smell Him," a story of love and loyalty in which a married woman is tempted by an office romance. There's also a touch of humor, as in "That Stalker Thing." Anyone who's ever had a celebrity crush should be able to relate to the hapless cocktail waitress's experience. Any author/edit whose other website is devoted to the fashion uses of duct tape must have a sense of humor. Because it can be read in small chunks, this book is perfect for inspirational book clubs composed of busy members. If you loved Oliver Frances' book 'Heart and Souls,' you'll also love this book.
  • Therapy Session on May 29, 2011

    An amusing short read, though not some of Rush's best work. I recommend his longer story "Hysteria."
  • Hysteria on May 29, 2011

    I had the pleasure--and I do mean pleasure--of reading Rushmore Judd’s erotic novella “Hysteria” the other day. Set in 1890, the fictional story is based on fact. In the Victorian era, vibrators were medical devices. Women made appointments to see their (always male) doctors for vibrator treatments that induced orgasms. This was seen as a legitimate cure for hysteria, a vague disorder said to make women irritable and causing headaches and other womanish ailments. The word “hysteria” comes from the ancient Greek word for “uterus,” and the ancient Greeks imagined a woman’s uterus getting restless or angry and wandering around inside her body, causing all kinds of mischief. Isabelle has heard the other ladies in her social circle talking in hushed tones about the wonders of Doctor Tunney and his treatments for female hysteria. She makes a clandestine appointment to see him, without telling her husband. Isabelle, a typical Victorian lady, is shy about letting a strange man see her body. When she sees Dr. Tunney, a handsome thirty-something single man with dark, curly hair, broad shoulders, muscular arms and a deep voice, she’s torn between her modesty and a coquettish desire to flirt with him. Isabelle’s “cure” is so pleasurable, she can’t wait to see Dr. Tunney again. In fact, Isabelle so enjoys the world of secret pleasures behind the doctor’s soundproofed door, she makes an appointment for her willful daughter Margaret. “Spirited” Margaret is just coming into her young womanhood, unmarried, and still a virgin. By the time her first appointment is over, Margaret would very much like Doctor Tunney to change that. Will he be able to maintain his professional demeanor? Or will he give in to Margaret’s unspoiled charms? “Hysteria” reminded me of “The Ontological Engine, or, The Modern Leda” by Vinnie Tesla, one of my favorite erotic stories ever. Like Mr. Tesla, Rushmore Judd is gifted with a fertile and wonderfully shameless imagination. This story is very sex-positive. All the participants are willing and joyful, despite the restrictive Victorian atmosphere. The only problem with “Hysteria” is that it will leave the reader panting for more.
  • Sister-In-Law, Volume 1, The Visit on June 21, 2011

    "Something about the evilness of it turned her on," says a line in this short book. That's a pretty good description. The scenario of a woman wanting to share her husband with her teenage sister is very wrong, but in Rushmore's telling, it is also very hot. The only storytelling technique that doesn't work really well is the hopping back and forth between the three characters' points of view.
  • Checked Out: A Short Story on July 06, 2011

    An impressive introduction to the work of Kenya Williamson, this flash fiction showcases a daydream. We've all been there: working hard for the money, but mentally we're somewhere else. Along comes that smugly annoying someone who knows we have a thing for them, and despite our better judgement, we can't even help drifting away mentally for a moment. That's what happened to the supermarket checker in this brief tale, well told.
  • Versus for Men on Aug. 02, 2011

    The warning is accurate: it's a little crude and offensive. This short read is definitely good for a few laughs, though, and will probably spark some debate when shared with friends. Pop culture enthusiasts will appreciate these "Who Would You Rather" arguments. I bet the version for women is even better.
  • Versus for Women on Aug. 02, 2011

    I came across the men's version first, and even though I'm a lady I couldn't resist the allure of the forbidden. As the disclaimer goes, it's a little crude, possibly offensive, but the men's version was funny. This one's even funnier. Disney wouldn't be thrilled with Mr. Obi's Little Mermaid implications in the men's version (though the reference to Belle from 'Beauty and the Beast' as a ridadie chick was pretty cool). Disney will not be thrilled with this book's reference to Aladdin as a possible terrorist. But who cares? The point is to get your friends talking. Personally, I think I'd take my chances with Legolas.
  • Tiffany Gets Her Boobs on Nov. 02, 2011

    Tiffany is not quite the strong heroine I typically hope for in a short story. Her life's goal is to be an actress or something...she's not really sure...or at least trade her waitressing job for a higher-paying gig at Hooters. She's not the most ambitious, or self-confident, female character ever written. Yes, she shows initiative, but she applies it to a shallow, short-sighted goal. The entire story is a teaser for the novel 'Bubba Goes For Broke,' the first two chapters of which appear at the end of the story. At least David Bawdy showed, through attempted kidnapper Bubba, that the male sex can be just as shallow and short-sighted as the female. I couldn't really get into the story because the characters weren't likable people.
  • How not to have sex on Jan. 01, 2012

    I think we've all had this experience a time or two, when the universe seems to conspire against us having a good time. This short story is charmingly told, with a nice edge of sexual tension.
  • Sex Pirates - Sexy Sea Adventures #3 on Jan. 01, 2012

    This little story is zero percent realistic, which is exactly what makes it 100 percent sexy fun. In real life, pirates aren't sexy - but fantasy pirates hold fascinating erotic possibilities, briefly but playfully explored here.