Close your eyes, my love, let me make you blind! The solution that ever is much too deep for the mind, Dissolved in the blood […] D. Then I shall know which image of God My man is made toward[…] D.
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I missed the boat on the first wave of the dating app trend. And even after I bit the bullet and downloaded one for the first time, I still had a hard time getting on board with the whole idea of swimming through a sea of unknown faces to decide which one I might like to meet and ultimately, what, maybe even have sex with? But eventually, thanks to some good-natured nagging from my friends, I came around and took the plunge.
Unlike a lot of my sneering literary colleagues, I was excited to read Fifty Shades of Grey. A naughty novel that American women are going wild for? Sign me up!
Singapore fiction continues to make headway on international bookshelves this year, with a new slew of titles by home-grown authors set to go into the world. Meanwhile, a Singapore publisher makes a first foray into the British market. Local authors such as Balli Kaur Jaswal and Ovidia Yu will have new books brought out this year by major foreign publishers, with Jaswal also scoring a film deal for her novel, Erotic Stories For Punjabi Widows, even before it hits shelves.
Tropic of CancerHenry Miller. A variety of masochistic acts, including anus widening, make up the contents of this classic erotic fiction novel by the French author Anne Desclos, who published the book under a pen name. The story centres on the beautiful Parisian fashion photographer O and her willingness to partake in acts of female submission.
Mia Alvar's stunning debut story collection marks her as a writer to watch: In the Country moves from Manila to Bahrain to Tokyo, from to to the 21st century. Here are her picks for the 10 best short story collections you've never read. You can see only as far as your headlights, but you can make the whole trip that way.
A Muslim woman breaks the taboos of her culture: using a pseudonym, she publishes an erotic tale divulging the secret sexual lives and cravings of Muslim women. The book was a phenomenon in France, but conservative Muslims have attacked it as trash. If her identity were revealed, she fears she would be stoned in her native Morocco. Is this really the way an Arabian femme fatale -- a woman who has become an underground literary warrior -- looks?
A small town woman escapes to the big city, into the arms of an exotic lover afraid of commitment. Her older man lover eager for a younger woman. Girl on girl with her boss.