Author Archives: Miss Primm

About Miss Primm

Miss Primm adores erotic fiction so much so she taken a hand at it herself. Her work proved so popular she now writes naughty things as a ghostwriter for other authors. Ssh. It's secret. She looks forward to making new friends both with her readers and others in the world of erotic fiction.

#FreeEroticFiction: Ganymede Station, Part One

I never do this, but Miss Primm also hates keeping her own rules so: Go check out this story on Literotica: Ganymede Station, Part One It’s the story of a down and out gay alien living on Ganymede Station, a … Continue reading

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#BookMarketing: #SerialFiction vs. Standalone #Books

[Lone figure walks toward slatted wood box in center of large room and stands on it. Taps the end of a hand held microphone. We hear dull thuds strum through speakers we can’t see.] Hi. I’m back. Yes. I know … Continue reading

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Book Review: Dead Handsome

Dead Handsome: a Buffalo Steampunk Adventure by Laura Strickland My rating: 5 of 5 stars This story hits all my happiness buttons. A handsome roguish Irish man, a spunky heroine and a truly weird mix of steam punk and paranormal … Continue reading

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Excerpt: Eastmont Clan: Jake

Available on Amazon Now. Introductory Price $0.99. Free on Kindle Unlimited. Check out other paranormal romances at the Paranormal Blog Hop Jake walked into the high school guidance office and saw his youngest brother sitting in the right bank chair. … Continue reading

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What I Want to See In My Science Fiction Romance

Miss Primm is an unabashed reader of science fiction romance. SF was my genre of choice when I tore up the libraries from age six up, and as I’ve (clears throat) matured, I gained an appreciation of the SF Romance … Continue reading

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Narcissism and Slut-Shaming

Warning: the following article may present some objectionable views. If you happen to believe that woman are/should be subordinate to men,and deserve to be treated badly, I suggest you don’t read it so you don’t get unduly upset. Also there … Continue reading

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Review: M.A. Church’s The Harvest: Journey’s End

The Harvest: Journey’s End by M.A. Church My rating: 3 of 5 stars Even though Dale loves Keyno, he still struggles with the way the Tah’Narians harvest young males as mates. Dale finds himself hijacked by his own body, courtesy … Continue reading

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Ellora’s Cave & E-book Sales: A Cautionary (First Amendment) Tale

In a Publisher’s Weekly article, Ellora’s Cave admitted to some shocking news: Ellora’s Cave CEO Patty Marks confirmed the house is downsizing in the wake of what she described as “drastic’ and unexplained declines in its e-book sales via Amazon. … Continue reading

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Modern Sex: To Sext or Not To Sext

Miss Primm, being a baby-boomer, and just a year out of a two decades long marriage is sometimes a little thrown by modern sex practices. One usually believes that in this regard there is nothing new under the sun. But … Continue reading

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Book Review: Mike Well’s Lust, Money and Murder

Mike Wells generously gives the first installment of his series, Lust, Money and Murder as a perk for signing up to his Twitter feed. He calls it a book, but in length and breath it is not a book, it … Continue reading

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