Confessions of a Kinky Divorcee

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41an+tv5d+L._SX328_BO1,204,203,200_When Debs discovers her husband is having an affair with a woman she finds herself attracted to, it makes her question her very self …

A marriage and husband behind her, Deb’s journey of sensual discovery begins in earnest. Confessing her escapades to her fur-covered diary, “Kitten,” Deb dates and experiments with both women and men, and takes her love of shoes to a whole new level.

But when she starts obsessing over her new tenant, Janey Prince, a college student who is researching the history of the stiletto, Debs finds her that her fantasies are growing even hotter.

Despite the pitfalls, and risks, and an ex husband who wants to get back into her life, it seems other women combined with her lust for shoes make the perfect fit.

Confessions of a Kinky Divorcee is published by Harper Collins’ Mischief imprint.

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  1. Lindsay C. Lightfoot
    February 3, 2016

    Lana,

    I love your writing. You are one of the few people I have found online with a similar vision. I have written erotica inspired by Anais Nin and Henry Miller. I was not impressed with Fifty Shades of Grey, though the sex scenes were executed fairly well. I like quality writing. I’m shopping for an agent, but lost in the mix of self-published word at the moment. My first book is titled, “Looking For: Intimate Confessions from People Wanting Sex, Love, Friendship, or Something Else,” and I would love any support or direction from you if possible. Your work is so close to what I am aiming to do with my work. A large part of my profits will go to The Rape Crisis Center and UNICEF because I want my erotica to be erotica with a mission. I know you will understand this wish. Thanks! Lindsay (This is a pen name…I’m a Creative Writing Professor under a different name.)

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    • lanafox
      May 2, 2016

      Hi Lindsay,
      I’m sorry, your comment got lost in the mix and I only just saw it! I’m glad you’re writing erotica and especially happy to hear that you have enjoyed my writing. Thank you for letting me know! I’m not sure what advice I can give really, except to say that if you read a book that you really love, consider submitting to the press that published it, as long as they are open to submissions. And if you do your research, you can find out whether certain publishers work with certain agents. Are you a member of Publisher’s Marketplace? I believe they offer research tools and news in that direction – I used to use them a lot. Good luck! –Lana

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