Literary news from the likes of a skilled writer as wonderfully and refreshingly talented as Fiona Locke is quite exciting.
Even if we have to wait 6 months (!) or so to drool enjoy and savor this new book. *sigh*
In a change of pace from her previous work, the glorious and classic semi-autobiographical “Over The Knee,” Fiona’s new project, “On the Bare,” will be an anthology of terribly naughty short spanking fiction, available in April of 2009.
Fiona Locke told CRR that she hopes the new book hopefully has something for everyone: “There’s a couple of school caning stories, a judicial punishment story with a spanking machine and also one featuring Peter and Angie from ‘Over the Knee.’
“I even wrote a haunted house story, which is something I’ve always wanted to do. I’m really proud of the collection and I had a blast creating such bratty and outrageous protagonists – so deserving no vanilla would intervene to save them.”
Be that as it may, I’m not sure if I can wait till the Spring to dip into this anthology. Heya, Fiona, any possibility we can speed this publishing process up a bit? 🙂
We here at CRR may need to console ourselves by delving into the
numerous exquisitely erotic spanking novels penned by another fantastic writer we recently discovered — Penny Birch.
[In case you are curious, that is the author herself featured on the covers of both of these books. Yummy.]
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From the Amazon.com Product Description:
Fiona Locke’s “Over the Knee” has become a cult classic, and is considered a definitive work of corporal punishment and fetish fiction in the UK and US.
Its reputation spread from online message boards and was helped by a saucy picture of Fiona on the cover ‘in action.’
Her new title will be even stronger – an anthology of short fiction exploring and updating old-school spanking scenarios.
The bratty, the spoilt, and the wilful all get their stinging just-deserts from masterly purveyors of discipline.
With twelve new stories all including the requisite detail her spanko fans adore, “On the Bare” promises to be another surefire hit and modern cult classic.
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