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Special Guest Nik Havert – Voyeur Eyes Only Anthology

February 22, 2012

Does anyone besides me remember “The Seduction” starring Morgan Fairchild?  It’s a wonderfully trashy movie from 1982 that played seemingly every night on local late night cable TV here in the Midwest.  Fairchild was stunningly beautiful in it and she played a TV news reporter with an obsessive fan who stalked her at every turn.  At one point, the stalker breaks into her home and hides in her bathroom closet and watches while she slips into a hot bubble bath and then maturbates right before his eyes.

I was eleven when I saw this.  It’s not a movie meant for eleven year olds, but my parents would be asleep and I noticed that the “hard R” movies often came on after the monster movies, so I watched the sexy thrillers as well.  Seeing a beautiful woman masturbate in a bathtub nearly melted my brain.  I had no idea women could and would do such things.  You couldn’t see everything going on under the bubbles, but even an eleven year old kid who spent most of his time reading comic books and swimming could figure out it was something naughty and arousing.  I’ve had a thing for women in bubble baths and women giving themselves a good time ever since.  If the two are combined, it’s a win-win for my libido.

And no, I do not hide in women’s closets.

When I heard about the “Voyeur Eyes Only” project, the first thing I thought of was watching a woman have solo fun across from my hotel in Las Vegas the last time I was there.  She’d be right across the street, but she may as well have been across the Grand Canyon.  I don’t know if you’ve experienced the frustration of walking in a straight line down the Las Vegas Strip, but be forewarned if you’ve never attempted it.  The Strip is indeed a sight to see, but it is full of deception.  I’m not just talking about the pickpockets, drag queens, and fake statues.  Yes, you can see Casino Amazing is two blocks from Casino Incredible, but getting to Casino Amazing may involve walking over two bridges and through three horseshoe-shaped walkways.  Even crossing the street can leave you expecting a giant piece of cheese at the end of your journey.

I incorporated that frustration into my story, as well as a dose of humor.  All of my erotica has a humorous streak.  Even my BDSM erotica has tongues not only in vaginas, but in cheeks.  I grew up believing sex should be fun.  I still believe this and hope my erotica brings arousal and at least a smirk.

It’s an honor to be included in this anthology and in the company of all the other fine writers.  I must admit that it’s a bit surprising and intimidating to be sandwiched between Jade Melisande (an award-winning sex blogger) and Laura Antoniou (creator of the famous “Marketplace” series).  These two crackerjack writers explore genres and sub-genres of erotica that are barely on my radar.  They look into dark corners and desires many leave locked away under their bed.  I write silly stories about people fucking.

I think that’s one of the things I like best about erotica.  There’s something for everyone, just like in this anthology.  I hope you enjoy it.  Thanks for indulging and embracing us.

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An erotic collection of shorts stories by best-selling authors with a central theme of voyeurism in Las Vegas.

What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas? Not anymore…

High above the Las Vegas strip, at the top of Skylane Tower, the rooms come with one special amenity; a high powered telescope. When a group of erotica writers descend on Sin City for their annual conference, the voyeurs witness first hand, that some authors live by the adage, ‘write what you know’.

A woman’s curiosity is piqued as she observes a beautiful stranger being bound in silky red rope. A man scouting for new sex slaves, watches as an elegant woman gets more than her hands dirty. A prostitute pulls a switch – sending her lover out on a call.  A simple slip of the hand, causes a case of mistaken room identity and a linen closet at a nearby hotel, sees more action than all of them combined. And that is just the beginning…

They say perception is reality. Is what the Voyeur sees through their spyglass just a fantasy; on which side of the lens would you like to be?

Buy Links:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Voyeur-Eyes-Only-ebook/dp/B0072LGYFA/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1328123398&sr=8-1

http://www.amazon.com/Voyeur-Eyes-Only-ebook/dp/B0072LGYFA/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1328123615&sr=8-1

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Nik Havert is a writer, crime fighter, martial arts instructor, movie and music buff, and Renaissance man.  He lives in northern Indiana with his amazing wife, dog, and cat.  When not writing “silly stories about people fucking,” he also writes and self-publishes comic books for his one-man publishing company – Pickle Press (www.picklepress.net).  He also writes music reviews and is the punk / alternative rock editor for Outlaw Magazine (www.outlawmagazine.tv).

He enjoys natural root beer and ginger ale, baseball, cinnamon rolls, pin-up art, and women of all shapes.

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The “Voyeur Eyes Only” tour is hitting fourteen websites over fourteen days – check this link to see where and when the other posts are: http://www.writermarketing.co.uk/prpromotion/blog-tours/currently-on-tour/voyeur-eyes-only/

6 Comments leave one →
  1. February 22, 2012 10:47 am

    Very cool concept, thanks for sharing this Lisa, and Nik…
    I’m sure you’re being humble about your writing – you must be pretty good to be sandwiched between the likes of Jade and Laura 😉

    eden

    • February 22, 2012 2:56 pm

      Thanks for stopping by Eden! It does sound like an amazing anthology.

  2. February 24, 2012 4:58 pm

    Ohh this sounds sexy….I will have to check this book out…

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