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We are all familiar with the former Disney child star who shocked millions with her notorious 2013 MTV VMA performance. Since her twerking debut, Miley Cyrus, 22, has received endless amounts of back lash and criticism about the person and performer she has chosen to become. Although attacked for her scandalous photo shoots and music videos, her video for “Wrecking Ball“ still managed...

Burger King’s ultimate fairy tale came true last Saturday when Ashley King and Joel Burger were wed in Jacksonville, IL. When the fast food chain happened to see the couple’s engagement announcement in a local paper in April, they tweeted, “”Mr. Burger and Ms. King? Is this real life?” Shortly after, they contacted the couple through a video call and surprised them with a few complimentary gifts including customized mason jars and yo-yos for the big day. The biggest shock however, came towards the end of the conversation...

We are fascinated by celebrities. We want to know everything about their lives, from their favorite brands to their daily hygiene. Of all these inquisitions, we are most interested in their sex lives. Who are they doing it with? How often are they doing it? Are they hiding something? Are they being faithful? And pretty much every question in between. Lucky for us, Seattle Seahawk quarterback, Russell...

Posted on Mar 19 2015 - 6:24pm by Lexi Wangler
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This week, I was lucky enough to sit down with author Mara White and discuss her latest book, The Delivery. The Delivery, a New Adult Romance, focuses on twenty-five year-old Lana, who runs an arts program for at-risk youth in addition to single-handedly holding her Russian immigrant family together. The last thing Lana wants is to fall for Mozey, a talented artist and graffiti activist almost too old for her program and definitely too intense for a professional relationship. But what Lana wants isn’t always what she needs. The Delivery...

For YA and children’s author KB Hoyle, December 10 was a big day. Hoyle published the first book of her first New Adult series—one of the first to feature fantasy and dystopian themes. After reading and reviewing an advanced copy of the first installation, Breeder, I was lucky enough to get Ms. Hoyle to answer some questions for me about her writing, her process and her work across genres. What about YA attracted you to writing for this genre?
 Writing YA just sort of… happened for me. Long before I was published, I had this...

Primarily known for her music, her success with crowdfunding and recently known for her wildly popular TED talk (and as the wife of Neil Gaiman in some circles), Amanda Palmer has written a book released last week entitled The Art of Asking; How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Let People Help. She graciously answered some questions via email for RomanceBeat about the book and how she approaches life with compassion, trust and love. How does the process of writing a book differ from the other art you’ve created? Oh, it was actually very...

Recently, I had the pleasure of interviewing Lisa Renee Jones, bestselling author of The Inside Out series, about her own perfect love story, one that any writer (or die-hard reader) could wish for and appreciate. The basic storyline is that they Lisa and her husband met in a Barnes & Noble, as Lisa dreamed of her future as a writer and her husband (an avid reader) browsed the shelves when he spotted her. He approached her and the rest is history. However, when I talked to the author, I wanted to go deeper into this romance and hear...

We’re thrilled to have contemporary romance writer, Victoria Dahl, join us today at Lady Smut. She’s had a few busy recent weeks with the release of her novella Fanning the Flames at the start of July and the new release of her full-length novel Looking for Trouble tomorrow. I caught up with her just before she heads off to explore Alaska (I KNOW!) and asked her about the differences between erotica and sexy contemporaries, Girl’s Nights Out, and all that tumblr pron. Be sure to read all the way to the end for a prize! KHK: Thank...

Erotica author Renee Rose recently published The Bossman with Riverdale Avenue Books as the winner of the 2013 America’s next Top Erotica Writer competition which was held at Erotcon USA. It is the story about a Jersey girl and the mafia don she comes to love, with a little bit of spanking for good luck, GET IT HERE How did you start writing? I have always been a writer–I got my Bachelor’s in Creative Writing and worked for 13 years as a technical writer, but I didn’t try my hand at romance writing until two years...

Posted on Apr 8 2014 - 5:06pm by Kaitlyn Jeffries
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Emma Mars, author of the just published Hotelles, which was a best-seller in Europe, talks about her inspiration for the novel, as well as her American debut. Where did you get your inspiration for this novel? I was somehow disappointed by erotica I’ve read in the past years. I wanted to achieve some kind of narrative challenge: writing a romance, an erotica and a family saga all in one. So my goal was to mix all that up in a sole story, and I hope the result is a thrilling and sensual cocktail. Readers will decide if the mix is satisfying...