Six Sentence Sunday: A WIP

Good morning, boys n’ girls!  I hope you’re all having a most restful weekend. I got to thinking that perhaps I’ve used nearly ALL of “Second Skin” in six sentence increments, so I’ve decided this week to spice things up a bit with my newest WIP.  “Bloodflowers” is an erotic horror piece about a very unsparkly vampire and the object of his affection.  Enjoy and comment, as I do seek reassurance that I’m not crazy…


“No no…” the vampire chuckled with an overly pleasant tone.  “We’ve only just met, friend.”  He reached down and grabbed Toboggan Man by the throat, lifting him high off the ground.  “It wouldn’t be polite not to have you for dinner.”  Before he could scream, the vampire bashed him twice against the bricks behind him, shattering his skull and leaving fragments of gray matter and bone behind.  As the man fell limp in his grasp, the vampire stole another look at the girl and saw that she was dazed with the shock.


So I promise there will eventually be some erotic with that horror…


In the Spotlight: Siobhan Kincade

Happy Thursday, boys n’ girls!  And welcome to the inaugural post of The Belle’s Spotlight Thursdays!  Each week I’ll be spotlighting some naughty writer chick or kinky writer dude and subjecting them to the third degree.  This week, the spotlight shines on my best friend in the world, writer Siobhan Kincade.  Siobhan has published 2 stories with Sugar and Spice Press, the latest of which, “She-Wolf” should be coming out this fall.  She’s also self-published one of the most intense horror stories I’ve ever read, “Haunted” (check it out on or Barnes and Noble) under her other name, S.H. Roddey.  Not to mention, she’s my ever-faithful and long-suffering writing partner.  Without further ado….


Erotica, Smut Peddling, and Pornography

Lexxx told me I had to be interesting today, so I sat downand made a list of all of the things I could possibly talk about.  I’m not interesting, though… I swear I’mnot.  A few witty comments and theoccasional cheap shot do not an interesting read make.

So I worried over it. I pondered and I struggled and whined and whimpered.  I thought about playing the sexy vixen (I soam not that girl), or maybe the Grammar Nazi that slaps everyone’s wrists forimproper punctuation (yeah, I’ve done that), or even the shameless plugger thatlists strings of things for everyone to OMGGOBUYITRIGHTNOW…


Seeing as how we’re all eroticists here, I decided to pullout the taboo topic of “porn vs. erotica” and run with it.  It’s only fitting, because there are many,many, many people out there who don’t understand their sad misconceptions.

Yes, erotica is a form of pornography.  Or rather, I choose to think of pornographyas a form of erotica.  Pornography is thedepiction of a sex act, be it visual or verbal. It is the foreplay, the penetration, and the climax.  It’s what multitudes of people use to getoff.

Erotica is more than that. While erotica does involve the graphic depiction of the sex act, it

is almost always accompanied by an emotional entanglement, a scintillatinglead-up, and a “morning after” scenario.

Raise your hand if you have ever watched a porn video.  Don’t worry…nobody can see you but me.  And I’ll know if you’re lying.

Okay, put your hand down now.  No, not that far.  Keep them where I can see them, please.

So, since you’ve watched the porn flick, you know that itstarts with some corny intro, and concludes with a money shot.  Since you read erotica (and I know you do,otherwise you wouldn’t be trolling me on Lexxx’s blog), you know that it startslong before said corny intro, and ends well after the girl wipes the jizz offher boobs.

Erotic writing is more about the personal connection thanthe act itself.  It touches on the basichuman instinct to fornicate, but takes that instinct a step farther into thesubconscious need for personal connection. In erotic fiction, the sex very, very rarely comes without that spark, or some other catalyst thatpushes those two people toward each other.

Erotic writing doesn’t end when the guy blows his load allover his partner.  It follows on into thefallout of the characters’ actions.  Itgets into the female need to nest, or the male need to dominate.  It focuses on the drive of two people tocling to each other despite adversity. It gives fetishists a way to prove that they have emotions beyond thespankings and toe-sucking.  It givessame-sex couples the ability to showcase their love for each other in anon-judgmental environment.

Over all, it gives the people involved in the depicted sexact the ability to actually be people.

Most of us who write erotica have been called somethingnasty in the past.  Pornographers…smutpeddlers… Why yes, yes we are.  If we’regoing to be given the titles, I say we wear them proudly.  Consider them badges of honor.  Look the naysayers in the eye, hold our headshigh, and admit:

Yes, we enjoy sex. Yes, we want happy endings.  Yes we believe the two can mesh.

What of it?


So there you have it, the ravings of a sex-crazed lunatic.  Also known as, my friend Siobhan Kincade.  But the fun doesn’t have to end here.  Siobhan can be found all over the internet:

WordPress (link:
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I highly recommend checking her out.    Thanks for the post, Siobhan!!

Crazy Blog Day!

Greets y’all!  Today I will be guest blogging over at Sinful Writings ( )! Come join me and the beautiful ladies over there for some saucy, hot talk about the best way to get all your itches scratched.  In addition, over here on The Southern Belle from Hell, I am being joined by the lovely Siobhan Kincade.  Don’t miss a peep!

Coming up TOMORROW!

Never one for procrastination *coughbullshitcough*, I’m handing out a post tonight to let you know about TWO… count em, TWO blogging events coming up tomorrow, August 25th.  First off, I will be guesting over at Sinful Writings ( ) tomorrow.  And I have to say… the post is very very naughty.  All I’m saying is that vibrators play a major role.  I will also have an author interview up that answers all the questions you’ve ever wanted to know about me but were afraid to ask… and then some.  Secondly, my good friend Siobhan Kincade will be guest blogging HERE!  She’s talking about the difference between porn and erotica and of course has posted a tasty little morsel for your reading pleasure.  Be sure to stop by both places tomorrow and leave a comment!  See you all soon!!

Crazy blog tour…

Hey people!  I’m on this crazy unofficial blog tour this week and it continues at my fabulous friend, Blak Rayne’s blog, “Blak Rayne Books.”  Today I’ll be talking about the parts of the male anatomy that I find just too  yummy for words.  I’m also giving out a little tiny taste of Second Skin for your reading pleasure.  So bounce on over to and check me out!


Six Sentence Sunday!!! WARNING– NC17

Yes, my lovelies… its that time of the week.  Time for SIX SENTENCE SUNDAY!! Muwahahaha!  This week’s spotlight is yes, from my new release, “Second Skin”!  Its been out a week and I’ve heard some positive things!  I hope they aren’t just blowing sunshine.  Anyway, check out the book.  And if I’m not convincing enough….


With a firm hand, he grasped his cock, so hard that the skin looked strained to bursting, down at the base.  He glanced up at me teasingly as if to ask if this was what I’d been wanting.  I giggled at his playful gesture and rubbed my own sex obscenely in response.  He slid his body over mine,
still holding himself and absently stroking.  Using just the tip, he traced the line of my slit, tormenting me with such a light caress.  I groaned and reached down, hoping to guide him inside, but he wasn’t so gullible.


Ah well… you can’t go wrong with steamy sex.  Here’s your instructions:  1.  Go over to and buy a copy of “Second Skin” for your eReader or phone.  2. Run a warm bath.  3.  Enjoy.  😛

Guest blogging and Coffee Night, the Sequel!

Hello boys n’ girls!  Its Saturday morning and I have officially survived the first week of school! I have the sweetest little class and I’m so happy to be their teacher this year.  I know… that sounds weird coming from foul-mouthed little me.  But I do love being a teacher, even when its frustrating.

Speaking of frustration… I can’t seem to make it over to see Fright Night this weekend.  I must remedy that.  I mean, I don’t like Colin Ferrell– despite his Irish accent.  I dunno why, but he always looks dirty to me.  But what do I know, I prefer Cillian Murphy.  Or as my sister Jess refers to him, “that Irish girl.”  But what can I say– I have  a thing for big blue eyes, sharp cheekbones and accents. But I digress.  I really want to see Fright Night this weekend.  It just looks so good and gory and fun.  PLUS, it has Dr. Who in guyliner.  The good news is, my good friend Siobhan Kincade and I are going to get to spend a day writing today.  I just love taking off for the coffeeshop with my laptop.  Its probably my favorite thing to do.  I know– NERD.

In other news, my unofficial blog tour continues today at the awesome Mary Quast’s blog— I’ll be talking about the connection between sex and fear, along with a very hot snippet of an oldie, but goodie by me, Hellsong.

Available NOW from Sugar and Spice Press!

Thiswas my very first novel that I released last October– and still, I feel, the best thing I’ve ever written.  It has some definite elements of horror along with some very sexy scenes between an angel and a demon.  So be sure to come on over and see me!

Alright, no more blogging for me.  Its back to the old writing grindstone.  I hope to have two more submissions by the end of the month.  Nothing but work, work, work for me.  See ya later, kittens!