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About the author:
“I’ve always enjoyed writing short stories. I find it very fulfilling to write stories that are to the point yet intentionally vague. I feel this best allows the reader to fill in the blanks with their own imagination… The erotic short story genre provides a great vehicle for this style of writing.”
What inspired you to write your book?
I always begin with what turns me on, the psychology of self-voyeurism has always intrigued me.
Here is a short sample from the book:
His house was on the better side of town. There were only million dollars homes in the area she thought. Even though she had no idea what he wanted from her, she hoped he would be a repeat client. She pulled up to a small guardhouse at the address given. The guard opened the gate without question and she drove up the long drive to the large mansion at the end. Greta shivered as she walked up to the door. The front door opened and a butler ushered her in and closed the door. He brought her through a large musty atrium and into a library. It was very old she noted as she placed her jacket on an armchair. There was a strange mirror on a wall that didn’t match anything.
She could tell that it was a two-way mirror and wondered if there was a camera behind it. She walked up to it and touched her breast tantalizingly. A man came into the room pushing something covered in a sheet. Greta thought it was shaped like a dentist chair. She wasn’t worried yet, she had done that before. She turned back towards the mirror and kissed it. She smiled at it and wondered if there was anything at all behind it. The man pulled the sheet off and it was a gynecologist’s chair. He handed her an examination gown. Was he her client…?