Cover of Best Women's Erotica 2014

Best Women’s Erotica 2014—”Toys”

Every once in a while, I like to turn a secret around in my head for a bit. It’s extremely rare since I’m more of the scream-from-the-rooftops variety, but on these occasions, I find myself extra enthusiastic when it’s finally time to share.

Today is that day.

I’ve been keeping pretty quiet about this one because it simply didn’t feel real, but I’m now [really fucking excited and] ready to share.

My short story “Toys” is included in Best Women’s Erotica 2014, edited by the legendary Violet Blue and coming out from Cleis Press on December 17th.

(Did you hear that noise? That was me squealing at maximum volume in delight over here.)

I will be sharing an excerpt in the near future, but in the meantime, let me whet your appetite with the cover.

BWE 2014 cover

Oh and also, news that you can pre-order this collection right now on Amazon.

Stay close.

XX,
Jade

Cover of Holiday Spice

One Sexy Stocking Stuffer—Holiday Spice is Out!

Hurray!

Just in time for you to kick your Christmas shopping in gear, I’m delighted to share that Holiday Spice, from Foreword Literary’s imprint, Fast Foreword, is now out and available on Amazon right here!

What’s more, Fast Foreword is offering you a very sexy Christmas deal—the entire anthology is only 99 cents if you buy it in November! That’s right, less than one buck for this delicious holiday romance anthology with a scorching hot heat level. And since it’s about to get cold outside, it’s the perfect time to grab a collection of Christmas naughtiness to share with your special someone for extra holiday warmth. *Wink wink.* *Nudge nudge.*

The anthology will be up at other e-retailers in the near future, but you’ll want to act quickly as the price goes up to $2.99 in December. I’d call that a sweet deal for you early bird shoppers. 😉

Holiday Spice includes stories by such authors as Philippa Ballantine, Peggy Barnett, and Laura Kreitzer, and—I’m excited to say—little ole me! The excerpt for “Office Santa” is below, and if you’d like to check out a full list of authors in the book you can do so right here. You can also add it to your Goodreads list here.

I already got my copy, and I can tell you this book is decked with holiday goodness. I hope you’ll enjoy it, too.

Happy almost holidays, everyone!

XX,
Jade

Excerpt from “Office Santa”:

Me and Office Santa—we go way back.

See, after seven years of organizing our annual holiday party, I’ve learned I have a real affinity for a gentleman in a Santa costume—which is saying a lot, since I love a man in a suit and tie, and the male partners around here look so delicious in their business wear it’s a miracle we don’t have a major sexual harassment problem. But Christ, put one of them in a fuzzy red suit with a squishy belly, a big black belt, matching boots, and that goddamn aphrodisiac of a hat, and I lose all semblance of self-control.

Part of the appeal is the man who dons the suit, of course. Last year, for example, it was David. He’s one of the busiest partners, so watching him slow down to have a glass of wine with the rest of us—appreciating the season and wearing that fantastic red costume—actually made him approachable. I mean, he was always that way with me, but no one ever saw that. Ours was an affair composed of exactly three entanglements: the first on the break room table after the rest of the company had gone home, the second when I picked him up from the airport after a conference since the driver I’d arranged had neglected to show, and the third the time I took him home from the holiday party. He’d spent the night tumbling around my apartment—he was a little awkward with the suit dangling around his thighs because I wouldn’t let him take it off. In return, I kept the sexy Mrs. Claus dress on and let him rip a hole in the crotch of my fishnets so he could get his hands on me. There’s something to be said for a man wearing a Santa hat while under your skirt, shoving his tongue way up inside until you come to visions of sugarplums and all that, so it was a win-win for us both…

***

Don’t forget to grab your copy of Holiday Spice before the deal ends!

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Group photo of all readers at the 11/6/13 Good Vibrations reading of The Big Book of Orgasms

A Brief Recap of The Big Book of Orgasms Reading at Good Vibrations!

I’m a squealer.

Let me just say that right now, upfront, so it’s clear for all eternity and in writing here on my site. I’m a big fangirl, and I get real damn excited when I’m happy.

That said—last night was fucking amazing. (I’d say pardon my french, but hello, you’re on an erotica author’s site.) I am honored and so truly blessed to have been in the presence of the talented people I got to read with last night.

Here’s the rundown:

The reading was hosted by the Polk Street Good Vibrations in their Vibrator Museum. I mean, how much more awesome of a venue could there be for an erotica reading?

Rachel Kramer Bussel kicked us off with her reading of the fabulous “I’m On Fire.” She, by the way, is the reason I’m published, so I had to really keep it together to not smother her in a gigantic hug. She’s pretty amazing, people. And she liked my shoes!

Lily K. Cho read “Chains of Love,” and having buddied up with her before the reading (she’s a newbie, too), I felt like a proud mama watching her go. Loved that story, girl!

Malin James read “Hard Knocks,” which is one of my most favorite stories in the whole book. Her reading was delightful, and she’s also a doll. And did I mention “Hard Knocks” is fantastic?

Sinclair Sexsmith didn’t read a story from TBBOO, instead reading a new piece. I believe it was called “Five Blowjobs.” I think. I’m still so flipping giddy I can’t remember. Regardless…It.Was.Fucking.Great!

Donna George Storey read “Book Lover.” Since I love the smell of paper, and I love her, I nearly lost it. She is a beautiful reader, as well, so if it was possible for someone to actually sound as smooth as chocolate looks coming out of a fondue fountain, then that’s how it went down. Really.

B.D. Swain was a newbie like me, but you wouldn’t know it listening to her read. I’m a huge fan. Huge. “The Beginning”—like pretty much everything I’ve seen by B.D. so far—is exquisite.

Virgie Tovar blew my mind with “Count the Strokes.” The story itself is so ridiculously delicious, and she’s quite the reader. I then had to follow her…go figure.

Xan West had to be one of the best readers of the night with “Baxter’s Boy.” The story is great, and Xan was so animated and alive reading it that it was a pleasure to watch!

And of course, there was little ole me. I read “The Flogger.” I was nervous as all hell, but I think I pulled through okay. My long-ago-theatre-girl self is ready for a round two, though, so I can attempt a read as impressive as the seasoned vets who schooled me. You people are astounding!

Want to see us all together? Click right here.

A giant thank you to Good Vibrations for hosting, Cleis Press for organizing (and for publishing me!), and to Rachel Kramer Bussel for flying out AND for choosing “The Flogger” to be in the collection. Without her, I would never have gotten the chance to fill you all in on such a tremendous experience. 🙂

Okay. Phew. I made it through this post.

Now, I must sign off to dance around my living room squealing again.

XX,
Jade

Cover of The Big Book of Orgasms

The Big Book of Orgasms Reading and Signing—Wednesday!

That’s right—this Wednesday, 11/6/13!

I am so excited to be reading alongside nine other contributors: Lily K. Cho, Malin James, Crystal Jordan, Donna George Storey, B.D. Swain, Virgie Tovar, Xan West, and of course, editor Rachel Kramer Bussel. I’ve read all of their stories since I received my copy of The Big Book of Orgasms: 69 Sexy Stories, and I can promise that you’re in for a treat. 😉

So, if you’re in the SF Bay Area, I sure hope you can join us and say hello. The reading is hosted by the Good Vibrations on Polk (1620 Polk Street) and starts at 6:30. We’ll be signing, too, so bring your copy! Oh, and did I mention it’s free?

For more information, be sure to check out the Facebook event page or the Good Vibrations event page. Want to know more about the book? Find out more here.

Can’t wait to see you there!

XX,
Jade

Cover of Holiday Spice

That One Costume…

It’s Halloween week—time for everyone to get excited about sugar, parties, and costumes! I’ve always enjoyed Halloween, half because I love the candy and the other half because I enjoy a good costume. In a former life I loved to make my own; sometimes they were silly, sometimes they were cute, and other times, they were incredibly over the top. While I do enjoy having a closet full of costumes, I’m not so much into the dressing up part these days. The good news is that I still enjoy checking out the fantastic costumes other people wear, especially when they’re homemade or unusual.

Speaking of unusual—how about a Santa costume at Halloween?

[Screeching record sound here.]

Um, wait. What, Jade?

Well, as you may know, Foreword Literary is set to release Holiday Spice early next month. My story, “Office Santa,” is included in the anthology—and it happens to be inspired by a photo I once saw of a woman dressed up as Mrs. Claus for Halloween! The costume was a sassy little number…and that’s how “Office Santa” ended up narrated by a gal named Kristi, an adored member of her office team who really loves a man in a Santa suit.

So, in the spirit of Halloween, sexy costumes, and all things Christmas cheer, here’s a sneak peek at “Office Santa”:

Me and Office Santa—we go way back.

See, after seven years of organizing our annual holiday party, I’ve learned I have a real affinity for a gentleman in a Santa costume—which is saying a lot, since I love a man in a suit and tie, and the male partners around here look so delicious in their business wear it’s a miracle we don’t have a major sexual harassment problem. But Christ, put one of them in a fuzzy red suit with a squishy belly, a big black belt, matching boots, and that goddamn aphrodisiac of a hat, and I lose all semblance of self-control.

Part of the appeal is the man who dons the suit, of course. Last year, for example, it was David. He’s one of the busiest partners, so watching him slow down to have a glass of wine with the rest of us—appreciating the season and wearing that fantastic red costume—actually made him approachable. I mean, he was always that way with me, but no one ever saw that. Ours was an affair composed of exactly three entanglements: the first on the break room table after the rest of the company had gone home, the second when I picked him up from the airport after a conference since the driver I’d arranged had neglected to show, and the third the time I took him home from the holiday party. He’d spent the night tumbling around my apartment—he was a little awkward with the suit dangling around his thighs because I wouldn’t let him take it off. In return, I kept the sexy Mrs. Claus dress on and let him rip a hole in the crotch of my fishnets so he could get his hands on me. There’s something to be said for a man wearing a Santa hat while under your skirt, shoving his tongue way up inside until you come to visions of sugarplums and all that, so it was a win-win for us both…

***

Wonder who will wear the suit this year? 😉 I hope you enjoyed the excerpt, and stay tuned for news on the official release date and buy links!

In the meantime—and just because it’s impossible to stop admiring this cover model—here’s another look at the cover of Holiday Spice:

Cover of Holiday Spice

I mean…those eyes…

Perfect costume, if you ask me.

Hope your costume is just as fun, and until next time—have a safe and sexy Halloween!

XX,
Jade

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