Traditionally Christmas is a time associated with miracles and good fortune.
Well, to my surprise and delight a little miracle has fallen my way – and it couldn’t have been better timed.
For the second day running, Christmas Kink : Six Festive Fantasies, is number one in the erotica chart on Amazon UK
Not only that but it is also in the Amazon Bestsellers Rank at:
#97 Paid in Kindle Store
#1 in Kindle Store > Books > Literature & Fiction > Erotica
#2 in Books > Erotica > Literature & Fiction
#116 in Books > Fiction
By the time you read this blog, my festive fantasy collection may well have fallen in the rankings- and that’s OK. To be up there (ahead of Fifty Shades- let’s face it…that’s always a good day if that happens), even for a few hours is a wonderful experience.
It is particularly special for me because I have been having a serious re-think about my erotica lately.
I’ve been having a wonderful time re-editing my ‘The Perfect Submissive Trilogy’- which I am pleased to say is already -ummm- enflaming a whole new generation of readers. The Fifth Floor (previous entitled The Perfect Submissive) is back with a vengeance. Book 2, The Retreat is already appearing on a chapter per day basis on the Radish app, and will be out in both paperback and eBook early next year- closely followed by Book 3, Knowing Her Place.
The question I’ve been asking myself however, is do I write anything new in the erotic genre?
I love writing erotica, but as I write so many other genres as well, is it worth my time writing any more? I ask the question in the light of receiving this missive… (and I’m quoting from a major publisher here…) “Kay Jaybee will never make money in erotica because she makes the mistake of treating her readers as if they are clever, have an imagination, and can think beyond the realm of reality TV.”
I still can’t decide who I’m most insulted for – me – or you guys!
This is not the first time such a comment has come my way- and although it is sort of nice to be considered as writing intelligently….well…you get my point…
So- 2018 is going to bring many re-leased KJB books…but will the sequel to Wednesday on Thursday get written? Will the sexy spoof spy thriller I’ve been drafting get penned….or should I just quit while I’m….behind???
In the meantime- THANK YOU to everyone who has purchased Christmas Kink!! VERY much appreciated. You’ve made my day!