L. N. Gerie

Biography

Hello!
My name is Lucrece, but you can call me Lu or L. N. Gerie if that's easier for you. I'm so excited to finally be publishing a story. I'm not really sure what to include here, so send me questions please!
My e-mail is lngerie@yahoo.com

Smashwords Interview

Describe your desk
I don't have a proper desk, but I do have a little fabric lap desk that has a pocket for storing papers. Nearly all of my writing is done on my laptop while I'm curled up in my big comfy chair. If I'm not writing on my laptop, then I'm writing pen and paper style to help with the flow of ideas.
Where did you grow up, and how did this influence your writing?
I grew up in a fairly large city with a nature preserve that contains some of the only remaining virgin forest in North America (at least I've been told this). This combination of urban and wild gave me a deep love for both worlds. The city with it's people, noise, and so many lights they turn a moonless night sky street light orange, and the forest with it quiet solitude, soft sounds, and so dark you can see countless stars on a clear moonless night.
I love both worlds, and I hate the idea of having one without the other.
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Books

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Price: $0.99 USD. (Free until Dec. 24, 2022!) Words: 3,870. Language: American English. Published: September 15, 2015. Categories: Fiction » Erotica » Sci-Fi Erotica
In this short work of erotic science fiction prisoner 68452839, Calay Bolayk, chooses to repay her debt to society by providing private citizens of the Intergalactic Republic, like the Aquid Mr. Slick, with the means of exploring their most private fantasies.

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L. N. Gerie's favorite authors on Smashwords

Piers Anthony
Latest book: Soul of the Cell. Published September 16, 2016.

Smashwords book reviews by L. N. Gerie

  • Serial on Oct. 03, 2015

    Serial is a quirky little piece that will surprise you with how much impact it's characters will have. The level of change a person suffering from Stockholm Syndrome can achieve. Feeling sorry for not one, but two serial rapists. I loved the unexpected but oh so appropriate nod to the story of Brier Rabbit. I cringed and chuckled and loved every page. Such a surreal experience. I've read so many novels by Piers Anthony, and though one can never be sure on the internet if a person is who they claim to be, he does an excellent impersonation if nothing else.