Curtis Alcutt

Biography

Curtis L Alcutt is a Northern California native and author of several published urban fiction and urban erotica stories. Most recently he was picked up by Strebor/Simon&Schuster for his erotic thriller “Sins of a Siren.” The follow up, “Fatal Intentions: Sins of a Siren 2” is scheduled to be released August of 2012. His writing journey began in 2005 with the publication of his first novel “Dyme Hit List,” (now re-released as “Eyes of a Player,”) which was very well received. He enjoys writing in many genres including sci-fi, fantasy and mystery. He’s also half of the team responsible for penning the “Black Widow and the Sandman” suspense/thriller series (released June 28, 2011). Black Widow and the Sandman is a remarkable, ongoing writing project with his writing partner, Deatri King-Bey. They chose to write under the pseudonym L. L. Reaper because neither of them is known for writing in the suspense/thriller genre.
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Eyes of a Player
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 86,030. Language: English. Published: July 28, 2010. Categories: Fiction » African American fiction » Romance
Rio Romero Clark, is an Oakland-bred brotha determined to remain a Playa-For-Life! Taught by the best of Macks (his Uncle Lee, Father and Grandfather), Rio feels no woman can resist him. It's Rio’s United-Nations-like appreciation for all types and races of women, from the Ghetto-Fab to the Professional, that leads him to the biggest challenge of his Mack-hood, southern belle, Carmen Massey.
For the Love of Honey
Price: Free! Words: 3,430. Language: English. Published: July 12, 2010. Categories: Nonfiction » Sex and Relationships  » Men's sexuality
FOR THE LOVE OF HONEY is basically a look at what men have done for sex since the days of Adam and Eve. Mostly the dumb things. This satirical look at the male condition is humorous at times but there's also some tragic elements included. FOR THE LOVE OF HONEY will both entertain and enlighten you.

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