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Meet the Authors of Seducing the Myth & GIVEAWAY!!!

August 31, 2011

Today I am celebrating the recent release of Lucy Felthouse’s HOT mythology based anthology, SEDUCING THE MYTH. This book contains 24 erotic retellings of myths from around the world by some of the hottest authors I know. Including me!

To celebrate, I’d like to introduce you to some of the awesome authors I have the privilege of sharing space with in this steamy anthology. It is my distinct pleasure to introduce to you the authors of Seducing the Myth!

Make sure to leave a comment at the end of the post telling us what your favorite myth is and be entered to win a copy of SEDUCING THE MYTH!!!

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LOUISA BACIO enjoys the alluring hard edge of erotic writing; readers can experience the decadence in “The Vampire, The Witch & The Werewolf: A New Orleans Threesome” and “Sex University: All-Girls Academy.”

JUSTINE ELYOT prefers villains to heroes, smut to schmaltz, salt to sugar and cheese to chalk, especially on toast.

LUCY FELTHOUSE Hailing from Derbyshire in the UK, Lucy Felthouse is a reader, writer, editor and advocate of all things erotica.

FULANI is the collective name of a cabal of perverse, deviant and surreal voices that come alive at night inside the insomniac brain of an outwardly-normal, quietly-spoken middle-aged guy.

HAWTHORN Mother, daughter, sister, reader, writer, editor, musician, stitcher, teacher, runner, gamer, stone-hugger, baker, singer, cat-owner, blogger – Hawthorn is all these things, but not all at once.

CAZ JONES has just got married and intends to spend as much of her honeymoon as possible persuading her new husband to help her work out some new and raunchy scenes for her next few stories ;o)

MAXINE MARSH believes that the truly sexy stuff can just as easily come from the ugly, shocking and horrific as it does from the beautiful.

J.C. MARTIN is a crime writer and  mythology buff ‘dipping her oar’ in the ‘waters of erotica’–talk about innuendo!

LYDIA NYX I’m older than I look and not as wise as I seem, and my many incredible talents include making things up, finding amazing clothes in thrift stores, and giving my opinions on things no one asked me about.

RACHEL RANDALL doesn’t run, unlike the demigoddess in her high-speed twist on the myth of Atalanta, but she certainly appreciates hot chicks who do.

KAY DEE ROYAL I love mushroom hunting for the elusive morel in the forest, and Eros…well, who wouldn’t want to find a God of Love standing in the buff right beside one? Seriously…(LOL)

ELIZABETH THORNE first fell in love with the myth of Persephone when she heard a song retelling the story in a more romantic light.

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***UPDATE***

AND THE WINNER IS… CRYSTAL TRENT DOTSON!!

Thank you everyone for stopping by and playing!

32 Comments leave one →
  1. Patricia Duarte permalink
    August 31, 2011 8:59 am

    Theseus and Ariadne

    In the maze built by the great builder Daedalus, the king of Crete — Minos — decided to put his son, trapped in a body of a monster — Minotaur. The people of Athens had to send seven boys and seven girls as food for the Minotaur. Theseus has freed Athens from this tribute. He enterned the labirynth with the aim of killing the monster. The Crete’s princess Ariadne, who loved him, gave him a ball of thread, which Theseus tied near the entrance to the maze. Thanks to the thread he could leave the labirynth after he had killed the monster.

  2. Anne permalink
    August 31, 2011 9:02 am

    My favorite myths are anything with Athena or Persephone, they are my favorites.
    I like the idea of taking myths and spicing them up.

  3. August 31, 2011 9:11 am

    I like all mythology…It just amazes me , and I like the fact that I have the option to make it a real world if I choose to…This book sounds Great !! Hope to win a copy and get to read all the stories.
    Crystal Trent Dotson
    cfcbc@netzero.com

    • August 31, 2011 9:22 am

      I agree Crystal, there are so many great myths out there. Thanks!

  4. August 31, 2011 9:39 am

    When I saw Lucy’s submission guidelines – I had to respond. Mixing Mythology (especially Greek Gods & Godesses) with real life…well, what’s not to love.
    Plus…it was just plain fun to write.
    Thanks for doing this post, Lisa, it gives a nice little taste of some of the authors.

    • August 31, 2011 5:31 pm

      It is my pleasure Kay Dee. I am just so thrilled to be in this anthology with you and all these wonderful authors!

  5. August 31, 2011 11:04 am

    I didn’t know much about myths but this book was amazing with the varied stories. It’s a wonderful collection that readers will want to read over and over again.

    I have the book already, but just wanted to lend my support, and wish everyone else good luck with your giveaway !

    eden

    • August 31, 2011 5:32 pm

      Thank you so much Eden! Your support means everything to me!

  6. Ellie F permalink
    August 31, 2011 1:17 pm

    I love all mythology and don’t gave a favorite myth. I love books that are mythology related and this book looks great. Thanks for the giveaway!

    • August 31, 2011 5:32 pm

      Thank so much for stopping by Ellie. I agree, all myths are great.

  7. Rach permalink
    August 31, 2011 4:35 pm

    The voyage of Odysseus does it for me

  8. dalidebarthez permalink
    August 31, 2011 5:39 pm

    The myth of Ariadne. I love a well-spun web 🙂

    • September 1, 2011 8:01 am

      Ha! Well-spun indeed. Especially for Theseus. Thanks for stopping by Dalide!

    • September 1, 2011 2:15 pm

      What a fantastic choice … hmmm, mind thinking …

      • September 2, 2011 8:46 am

        Ooo! Could this be the inspiration for another HOT Louisa Bacio tale??

  9. Marci permalink
    August 31, 2011 6:26 pm

    My favorite is Loki and Thor trying to find Thor’s Hammer. Loki is such a great character. And I guess I have a thing for tricksters, because my backup myth is Briar Rabbit and Tar Baby.

    • September 1, 2011 8:03 am

      Tricksters are awesome Marci. I love clever characters as well.

  10. August 31, 2011 10:37 pm

    I’ve always been partial to Persephone’s story! I also like creation myths, no matter the culture; it’s fascinating to have a picture of how everything came about.

    • September 1, 2011 8:06 am

      Persephone is a great one Julie! And creation myths are fascinating. I love the ingenious explanations for the sun and moon and everything.

  11. August 31, 2011 11:56 pm

    I love reading stories based on myths, whether it be about Greek Gods/Goddesses, old myths about Sirens, mermaids, selkies, shifters, vamps, demons, etc. Basically, I like it all 😀
    And I love finding anthologies such as this to try new to me authors.

    • September 1, 2011 8:15 am

      It does sound like you do like them all June! Lol! Lovely!

  12. September 1, 2011 5:35 pm

    Great feature, Lisa! I so enjoyed writing for this anthology! I enjoy Greek myths the most: Hercules, Jason and the Argonauts, Achilles…all these heroes make me swoon! 🙂

    • September 2, 2011 8:41 am

      Thanks so much for stopping by J.C.! It is so great being in this anthology with you!

  13. September 1, 2011 6:13 pm

    I love mythology from Greek to Roman, Viking to Oriental (sorry probably not politically correct term) the stories are wonderful and I would love to read these new editions. I posted this on my Fb wall and Brandy’s Books wall Lisa I hope that was okay and I tweeted it @brandlwyne.

    Hugs,
    Brandy
    brandyzbooks(at)yahoo.com

    • September 2, 2011 8:43 am

      Myths are such wonderfully innovative and magical stories. I do love them all as well. Thanks so much for sharing the contest info Brandy!

  14. LINDA B permalink
    September 1, 2011 6:16 pm

    HI LISA, I READ A LOT OF MYTH GREAT TO SEE IT HAS REVIVED

    • September 2, 2011 8:44 am

      Myths are so great because they can be told again and again. Thanks for coming by Linda!

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