A lonely girl finds that a mystery exists in her new apartment.
A short, erotic paranormal romance with a strange HEA. This story first appeared as a free read on Literotica.com and uses the music and lyrics of Billie Holiday.
Saturday October 24, 2009Five years ago I was still tentatively taking baby steps to share my writings with the world. I happily did it for free and it took the members of this very same blog to encourage me to publish. Getting me to publish was like pulling teeth! I was all about the idea of writing for the joy of creating and sharing it with like-minded people. I was about knocking down the tired old walls that books seem to get locked into. I was about creating something fresh and new and shocking and exciting. I wanted to be the Quinton Tarrantino of the writing world. And I did not think that it was possible if I was published. Boy was I wrong. I just had to self-publish myself and become my own boss and write what I want instead of what some industry head says I NEED to write. Because of this blog I was encouraged that there were readers out there that wanted my kind of story telling. Thank you! And here is to many more years together.
Comments are helpful things...Thank you all for taking the time to not only read my writings, but then to take the extra step to give me feedback. If you have stumbled upon my blog and haven't yet looked at any of my writings, then visit me at Literotica.com. My pen name is Pepper pace.
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1. Q. Tell us a little about yourself.I am a simple guy that has simple, well sorta, tastes. I have done many things in my life and seen many cool places in the world. I grew up a military brat, and joined up when I was of age. I now live on the east coast and am happy with my life so far.2. Q-You’ve been writing for several years. I first discovered you on Literotica.com under the name CreepyrJ. What made you finally transition from writing free stories online to finally publishing?I wrote there as a test to myself. I had ideas for writing a scifi tale and needed to challenge myself to learn to write better. I saw my works did pretty well, not like oh dear god he is it! But I have seen them do well enough it made me wonder if I could drop a tale and do well. My transition is one that came about by being gently nudged to it.3. Q. What do you write? Is there a specific genre that you prefer?I generally tend to write what I feel. I have written a scifi book I’m trying to complete and get published. I have a paranormal story I’d love to get done and see how it does. I write what feels right to me.4. Q. I refer to you as the Bad boy of Erotica. Despite the genre you write under you always keep your sex scenes alive and very hot, while maintaining an entertaining storyline. What is your process of writing such hot love scenes? Is it difficult for you to keep it fresh and interesting?I have a sick, twisted, and generally perverted mind LMAO! If I feel it then I go with it, if not I tweak it and prod it and…oh wait that might be kinda dirty in of itself.5. Q. What can we expect from you in the future?As much as my feelings can make go. Like I said I have a few other stories that are nearly done. A few of them are sci-fi and a few are romance and some harder tales. I even have a steampunk book in mind, and a few chapters of it written as well.6. Q. What is the hardest thing about working with Pepper Pace, lol???Ummmm…she likes the Cincinnati bengals lmao!7. Q. Is there anything you’d like to add?I just hope I can write a few stories people will enjoy. If not, then I will keep hashing them out until even the folks who hate me, and I’m sure there are a few, grudgingly say, “Well that one didn’t suck.” To all of the readers who enjoy my tales, I ain’t dead yet!
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Hi, Its seems to me that there is recurring portrayal of black men in your novels being very negative to the growth and confidence of black women, your descriptions of them are in a sense a caricature of what the media is depicting black men as being right this very minute and honestly it is not helpful and is quite damaging. I enjoy your books but I found this slightly disturbing is this how you see them? Why is that it takes a white man to liberate these women? Please don’t think I am rude it’s just in the society in which we live in and the way black boys and men are being persecuted and are ALL treated like criminal, don’t you think we should be protective of them? I am not black so maybe I am being ignorant but I just wanted your thoughts on the matter.
Not to mince words, I found what your wrote to be offensive—not in the fact that you were frank with your question but that you’ve formed a negative opinion of the black men in my stories and then prescribed your thoughts to me as if I share them.