Month: January 2016

A Close Encounter

If a friend invites you to a swingers party (orgy) is it a date? Do you still have a platonic friendship? If nudity is compulsory, what about shoes? And does jewelry count as clothes?

Will Heather like the answers? 

A Close Encounter (Luminosity Publishing) F/M romance including an F/M/M/M orgy, approx. 11k words.

Available at all ebook stores. buy it at amazon here: myBook.to/CloseEncounter

A sizzling, sexy, funny romance.

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A Close Encounter by Helen J Perry

A Close Encounter (Luminosity Publishing) 22 Jan and F/M romance including an F/M/M/M orgy, approx. 11k words. Available at all ebook stores.

In which these important questions are posed:

When nudity is compulsory, does jewelry count as clothes, and what about shoes? If you are invited to a swingers party, is it a date and can you still call it a platonic friendship? Will Heather like the answers? It is a sizzling, sexy, funny romance.

buy it at amazon here: myBook.to/CloseEncounter

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Available to buy in just a few hours – from 22 Jan –

Speculative Fiction & Erotica

It is certainly very niche; sometimes I wonder if I’m the only one who wonders what sex might be like in a very different, distant future.

I watched Star Wars and Interstellar and I wonder about the things they don’t show us. Where does all the food come from, what are they eating and how do they deal with their waste? And I wonder about masturbation, of course!

That sort of thinking has inspired a fair amount of my writing and I was delighted to notice a reviewer said that my erotica short jointly written with Adria Kane was well worth the five stars.

You can read it for free here myBook.to/TheBoxes

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Great start to new year ~ watched Sci Fi film interstellar

I’ve seen the latest Star Wars film 3 times and am sure to see it a few more times within the next couple of years. SW is fun with action, adventure and the very best music – thank you, John Williams.

But why had I not seen Interstellar sooner? I loved this film. And Hans Zimmer did a great job, it didn’t sound anything like his music for Gladiator or Pirates of the Caribbean.

I’d like to write stuff like this. A story that is both hard sci-fi and totally accessible, along with an amazing human story, such as motives for the greater good contrasting with caring for an immediate family.

In Interstellar we have a number of separate characters who spend many years alone, isolated and fully believing they will never see anyone again. What a thought! It was the same powerful idea that made the greatest lasting impression on me when I watched I Am Legend.

Happy new year every one.

Now, back to writing fiction…