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Co-written with Patricia DiMiere. Kedco's latest Multimedia CD-ROM. Quickies is fun, funky and often rather naughty! Less trouble than men, less fattening than chocolate, this collection of short erotic stories could help women readers to beat those winter blues...
The concept for QUICKIES was inspired by Sara and Patricia having read and enjoyed the work of well-known humorous-erotic writers such as Erica Jong. Having met a few years back in a writers' group called Aylad, they recently got together (by email across the Atlantic) and decided to write a collection of light-hearted, romantic/erotic stories for women, with a touch of humour; the kind of book a woman can dip into and find some fun and entertainment whenever the mood strikes. The resulting collection of stories is often warm, sometimes funny, sometimes outrageous - and full of surprises.
About Sara L. Russell
Editor of Poetry Life & Times, author of Pinky's Little Book of Shadows, contributor - A Way With Words, Author of the novel Spiders & Gliders, all published by Kedco Studios Artist Profile Press. Has appeared in various ezines including Artvilla, Comrades, Poetic Reflections and The Odeum. Nominee for The Poets Hall of Fame.
About Patricia DiMiere
Contributor to the Anthology Crumbs in the Keyboard, Spring 2002 Avid Press. Award-winning contributor to the new Millennium Dawn Anthology, Kedco Studios Artist Profile Press. Has appeared in various ezines including Aylad, Erotique Magazine and Poetry Life & Times.
PARENTAL ADVISORY: Adults only.
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The weirdness really began in earnest when the double doors burst open and a man in a gorilla suit walked in.
Sue looked up, transfixed, as he approached. He was closely followed by an interesting long-haired young man in a Tarzan costume. Apart from a rather short, leopard-printed loin cloth, he appeared to be wearing only a smile. The gorilla was carrying a small bottle and a large ghetto-blaster-style tape machine, both of which he put down carefully on the floor.
from The Strip-o-Gram by Sara L. Russell