Lust: Erotic Fantasies for Women (Google eBook)

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Cleis Press, Sep 18, 2013 - Fiction - 192 pages
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An exciting new collection from best-selling author Violet Blue celebrating womenís erotic imagination

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User Review  - bettysunflower - LibraryThing

This is a wonderful collection of very lusty short stories by women and for women. I took breaks from reading every so often so that I could savor the stories better. Very enjoyable. Read full review

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User Review  - Meg - Goodreads

Cheesy and often unrealistic, but entertaining. Read full review

About the author (2013)

Violet Blue is the bestselling author of six sex instruction books: The Ultimate Guide to Fellatio, The Ultimate Guide to Cunnilingus, The Ultimate Guide to Adult Videos, The Ultimate Guide to Sexual Fantasy; The Smart Girl's Guide to Porn; and The Adventurous Couple's Guide to Sex Toys the editor of five erotica collections: Sweet Life, Sweet Life 2, Taboo, Best Women's Erotica 2006, and Lips Like Sugar; and the editor of the nonfiction collection Best Sex Writing 2005, all published by Cleis Press. Violet is the sex columnist for the San Francisco Chronicle, and she also writes about erotica, pornography, and sexual pleasure and health for various magazines, and she is the creator of the popular podcast Open Source Sex.

Violet Blue has appeared in dozens of publications and radio and TV programs; the following is a selected list. Violet has been interviewed and quoted by national and international magazines including O, The Oprah Magazine, Newsweek, Cosmopolitan, Esquire, Jane, First for Women, Glamour, Grace Woman, Maxim, Marie Claire, Menís Health, Menís Fitness, Blender, Penthouse, Redbook, Wired, and more; TV appearances on The History Channelís Sex in History series and Playboy TVís Sexcetera; radio interviews including The Dr. Laura Berman Show, The Sunday Night Sex Show with Sue Johansen, and a regular monthly guest appearance on Sirius OutQ Radioís Derek and Romaine Show; and selected websites including CBS Healthwatch, Janeís Guide, and Salon.com. She has been the subject of feature articles in the San Francisco Bay Guardian, SF Weekly, San Jose Mercury News, and the Wall Street Journal and has been quoted extensively in several books including 365 Days of Sensational Sex by Lou Paget and The Guide to Getting it On! by Paul Joannides.

Violet is a trained sex educator and lectures to human sexuality students at San Francisco State University, UC Berkeley, and to trainees at the national sex crisis and information hotline San Francisco Sex Information. She lives in San Francisco.

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