Erotica Every Day includes thirty works of flash fiction by award-winning author Giselle Renarde—that’s one for every day of the month, if you can wait that long to read them. Once you start, you might never want to stop! You’ll get a delicious taste of fetish fiction featuring heels, panties, balloons, human furniture, public nudity and stranger sex. Enjoy stories about bondage and wife watching, food play and foot worship, brilliant sunshine and delightful darkness.
There’s a little something for everyone in this collection, so get ready for a frenzy of flashers!
Erotica Every Day is available as an ebook, paperback, large print book, and audiobook.
I'm sure I'm not the only person on the planet who needs to look forward to something. And when September rolls around, signalling the end of summer, this can be a tough time for many of us.
That's why I've planned something special for September. A little extravaganza for you and me.
See, I've written a brand new book of flash fiction called Erotica Every Day--so named because it includes 30 stories, one for every day of the month. I guess a new book should be exciting in and of itself... but after 12 years as a writer... it's not. I mean, it's great and all, but not jump-for-joy great.
But you know what is jump-for-joy great?
Coming up in September, I'm going to post every story from Erotica Every Day right here on the blog!
That means you'll be able to read brand new fetish fiction for free!
Here's how it's going to work: on the 1st of the month, the 1st story goes up. I post it (I'm thinking I'll do that each day at midnight), you read it. But wait! On the 2nd day of the month, the 1st story comes down and the 2nd goes up! That means if you show up on the 14th, you won't be able to read 14 stories. You'll read one. Just like every other day.
If you don't want to wait or you won't be internetting in September, please do buy the book. It's full of fetishy goodness.
In fact, why don't I tell you the story of Erotica Every Day? You like stories, right?
Well, I do, so I'm telling it.
Over the past couple years, a lot of the publishers I worked with early in my career went out of business. As a result, I got my rights back on a lot of books. The influx of old works meant I was spending all my time republishing old stuff, and zero time writing new stuff. Months and months and months went by when I wasn't writing at all.
One day I looked at my computer, and I asked it, "Do I even know how to write anymore?"
It didn't answer, because I don't have one of those fancy computers that talks to you. So I had to answer my own question. And the answer was, "I don't know."
But I had an idea.
I decided to start every day by writing one flash fiction story. Well, that's a bit of a lie because I actually start every day drinking a cup of tea (I quit coffee a year and a half ago--did I mention that?) and reading.
Often, whatever I was reading that morning would give me a little flicker of inspiration, and I'd go off and flash away. Other days, I'd seek out inspiration from a list of fetishes Sweet and I came up with. That's why this is such a fetish-driven collection. Or, what do they say on those cooking shows? "Fetish-forward." And now you're wondering what kind of cooking shows I watch. heh.
The audiobook came about in a strangely similar way. Actually, the similarities are eerie.
This summer I was working on recording a novel of mine when I came down with a case of strep. I took my strep on my family vacation, and when I came home it was cured (thanks to antibiotics, not my family) but my voice was fucked. I couldn't record more than 5 minutes of audio at a time. My voice would crack, break, my throat would start to burn, I'd worry the strep was simply dormant and pushing myself too hard might bring it back.
I was really frustrated. Audio recording is an essential aspect of my writing business at the moment. It worried me that I couldn't work.
And then I thought about this book of flash fiction.
A lot of these stories clock in around the 5 minute mark. They were the perfect length to get me back on my feet again. I really don't know what I would have done with out them. I owe my flashers a debt of gratitude.
I am so excited to be able to bring you a full month of erotica. Whether you're enjoying the text version here or the audio version at my Audio Erotica Patreon page, I just want you to know how much I appreciate the time you spend interacting with my words. There's only so much time in the day, and I'm honoured that you spend some of yours with me.
Oh, and if you want to get a jump on things and buy Erotica Every Day as an ebook, paperback, or large print book, here are some links for you.
Milady’s Bath Paranormal Erotic Shorts Written and Read by Giselle Renarde
Manor housemaid Elizabeth will never understand her mistress' behavior. Why slip out the window every time the moon is full only to return with her flesh torn and her gown tattered? A beast must be involved, as "Milady" always returns ready for a bath.
Elizabeth can't imagine why her mistress returns to the mysterious creature's rough embrace month after month. Why not stay home and enjoy the maid's loving caress?
This paranormal lesbian romance contains explicit erotic encounters.
Look for Milady's Bath at your favourite source for audiobooks, including:
While In Shadow was dark and brooding, Cherry is really rather cheery. And so is the music I've selected for this playlist. I've been working on it for over a year, jotting down any song that matched the tone of Cherry: playful, saucy, and teasingly seductive.
It's mostly indie rock with a hint of the 80s. Or maybe it's the other way around. There's a lot of music from the 80s in there. Actually, I'll tell you why, while I have you on the line: a lot of the 70s and 80s music is stuff we listen to at the cottage. We always tune the radio to Moose FM, and that whole station just reminds me of summertime and family vacations. Since Cherry is set in the summertime (and during a family vacation), the radio station and this novel have sort of fused in my mind. You can also blame the Moose for the Bare Naked Ladies song on this playlist. Or thank them, depending on your level of affection for the group.
Just make sure to have my special playlist on in the background. It doesn't sync up to Cherry (or to The Wizard of Oz), but would you believe me if I said it did?
“What about you, Phil? Are you desperate enough for a blow-up doll?”
Recently-divorced Phil is the last man in the world who should turn Cherry’s head. He’s her father’s best friend, for goodness’ sake! Their love is forbidden, but the forest isn’t big enough to keep two lovelorn people apart… even if they’re totally wrong for each other.
Spring Fever by Giselle Renarde from the Transgender and Genderqueer Erotic Romance series
Dotschy doesn't want to think about love everlasting. When spring comes around and she can't stop smiling at Connor the sweet and sensitive semi-closet trans-curious sometimes-crossdresser, she convinces herself it's just infatuation. That doesn't stop her from wanting him.
When Connor puts on a skirt and heels to take Dotschy out on the town, can she set aside her fear of love and give in to spring fever?