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Cerebral Arousings: Romana Byrne’s Aesthetic Sexuality

2013, Bloomsbury PublishingFor my first book review in a long while (and the first anniversary of my first review here), I’ve decided to start a new category in my “Other Authors” column: The Genre. I have several essays planned that don’t quite fit into either “Classics” or “Recently Released”—reviewing a group of novels with similar…

Villa novelette #2 now available.

Flowers for Officer JuliaThe second installment of my upcoming Villa collection, “Flowers for Officer Julia,” is now available on Amazon! I’ve always wondered about the background characters in classic BDSM novels, the people who just work there, who keep the various chateaux full of sex slaves running. What do they think? That it’s a decent job?…

New novelette: Birthday Boy

Story #1 from the collection ‘Villa’ now available.I am happy to announce that I have a new novelette (which sounds better than “long short story”) up on Amazon! Titled Birthday Boy, this is the first of twelve novelettes (8-14K words each) that when completed will comprise the collection Villa, which should be released early 2017. I…

(Belatedly) Announcing Visconti Press!

This summer has been especially chaotic and disruptive, here at House Bey, and after releasing Blue in late May, I have fallen behind on virtually every writing goal: getting Blue into print, writing material for my next big project, keeping up with my reviews, and most notably, forgetting to announce, here on my site, the…

Blue eBook is now available!

Why I neglected to post this here on its release day, I cannot fathom. The sheer chaos and nervousness of it all? The feeling that I should be doing so many social media somethings, that I didn’t get half of them done even though I’m a fanatical list-maker? Stupor? Breakdown? Overload of relief after seven…

Blue‘s first review!

Terrance Aldon Shaw at Erotica for the Big Brain has read my debut novel Blue, and he gave it an honest and wonderful review. What I most appreciate about his review is how well he understood the importance of art in my novel, the role that self-expression plays in many of the characters’ lives —…