Sully has been writing for many years, but it wasn't until she was in her mid 20's that she began writing erotica. Her enjoyment of both erotic and romantic novels began at a young age reading work for Sandra Brown, Zane, Eric Jerome Dickey and the timeless Harlequin romances. As she begins to forge her own path in the genres, she hopes only that people enjoy reading it as much as she enjoys writing it.
What do you read for pleasure?
I read a little bit of everything, but I mostly enjoy erotica, and science fiction. How those two became my favorite genres to read, I haven't a clue. Lately though, I'm getting into more YA novels to try and be able to relate to my younger siblings who are now in their early teens and younger. Some of it's pretty interesting. Right now I've been told I had to read Divergent, so that'll be my next book.
What is your e-reading device of choice?
Right now it's an iPad mini because it's light, easy to carry, and I can write random ideas that come to my head on it. I've been thinking about switching to a Microsoft tablet though.
Val just wants to be home & enjoy the Christmas break with her family, but when her boyfriend shows up unannounced, things go from barely contained to straight messy. Especially since she hasn’t been completely honest about who he is.
101 Degrees Fahrenheit
on March 26, 2014
I thought the premise of the story was beautiful, and the author did a great job of easing us into the back story giving the characters depth and not just having them be all about sex. Decent story. There was only one typo and a few other choice words that kind of threw me. Overall, a good short story.
on March 26, 2014
It was nice for a short. With shorts, it's hard to build too much of a story, so I take it as a taster. Not too shabby.