Over the past few years I’ve been lucky enough to be invited to read my wares at the wonderful Sh! Women’s Erotic Emporium on many occasions, so I’m delighted to be able to take part in their prize winning treasure hunt!
In case you haven’t been playing already, here’s the drill!-
From Friday 7th until Monday 10th December (tomorrow), twelve erotica authors will be secreting pieces of information on their blog posts. Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to follow the trail, collect this info and enter a draw to win all kinds of awesome stuff!
Authors playing along are: Janine Ashbless, Justine Elyot, Kay Jaybee, KD Grace, Lexie Bay, Lily Harlem, Lucy Felthouse, Remittance Girl, Sommer Marsden, Tabitha Rayne, Tamsin Flowers, Victoria Blisse
The aim of the game is to find a word from the following Kate Bush lyric in a post from each of our participating authors:
Come to sparkle the dark up …Come to cover the muck up
That word will link to a sexy Sh! product. Check out the link, note down the price. At the end of the hunt, add up all 12 prices you’ve collected. That total is your answer!
There will be three posts per day- each will link to the three authors who’ll be posting the following day.
After Monday, email your answer (the total price of all linked products) to Sh! (firstname.lastname@example.org). All correct answers will go into a draw. One lucky winner gets a bumper bag of goodies from Sh!
Thirteen runners up will receive a book (print or digital) from one of the authors on board (I’ll be providing a copy of my latest novel, Making Him Wait, pub- Sweetmeats Press).
If you want to start the Pleasure Hunt from the beginning, or want to read more about the rules, then head off to Kristina Lloyd’s site, and follow the links to the next three authors. (Huge thanks to Kristina for organising all this!)
Don’t forget to look out for the hidden word in the following blog!!
Getting involved in this pleasure treasure hunt has made me think about all the books that I’ve read at the Hoxton shop over the years!
The first time I went to read there I was SO frightened- the nerves were hammering in my chest as if I’d run a marathon (which will never happen!), I had sweaty palms, a swirling stomach and a huge case of stage fright- right until I began to read, and then I was fine- and quickly addicted!!!
Since that first reading, I have had the joy of sharing many books with the good folk of London, including these…
Which has been my favourite to read from? Well, as you can imagine, I love them all, so a favoured story is impossible to choose- but of all the stories I have read at Sh so far- this one has my favourite cover–
I’ll sign off now and leave you to puzzle over your pleasure hunt…good luck…