Women of color are not allowed to be women. We cannot be sexual beings or be open. We must put our needs and wants into small space. We cannot be too prudish because will be seen as cold, frigid, even a bitch. We cannot express what we want because we will not be wife material. We should not be sleeping with the sexy chocolate, caramel, and butterscotch men that surrond us and enter our life because we cannot be seen as enjoying sex.
Sex is for the marriage and to have kids. It is not the spiritual journey that renders us mindless, dazed, and even crazy that it sometimes tends to be. I love to write and write stories about black woman and women of color who own their sexaul identitiy and how that magic comes in and turns our life upside down.
I began writing at 5. I did not think about erotica or sexaul stories until I met my first real love. Then I would write and mail him naughty poems. From there, I would write short stories to memorialize our best times together. And then I started combining my experiences and others stories to create short stories. Now I am publishing and sharing my dirty little thoughts. Enjoy!!

Smashwords Interview

What do you read for pleasure?
I like to read everything I can get my hands-on. I believe knowledge is power. I am especially addicted to reading fashion magazines and fashion blogs. My favorite book genres are: romance and erotica. I am a sucker for love.
What is your e-reading device of choice?
I usually read my books online on my laptop or on my Android tablet. I just got to the point where I can deal with reading e-books. I had to join the new millennium like everyone else.
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Smashwords book reviews by Starr

  • Graduation Day on April 11, 2014

    I really enjoyed reading this short story. I look forward to reading the novel by this author. The story was very empowering for me. It puts a spin on embracing what you have and not worrying about what you do not have. This is a great story for every woman struggling with being single.