In the News: Lucy Felthouse

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Lucy Felthouse - Molly Lolly Books feature

Lucy was kind enough to let Tristan join us today to talk about some of his favorite implements for inflicting the most delicious of pain and excitement. His list is super delicious and definitely worth a look. Read and enjoy!

Lucy Felthouse - Female First feature

When I saw the call for submissions Totally Bound put out for the Over the Knee spanking anthology, I knew I had to give it a go. I had a while, so I stored it away in the back of my brain, hoping inspiration would pop up before long. 

Lucy Felthouse - USA today feature

Joyce: What distracts you the most when you’re trying to write?

Lucy: Noise! I have pretty sensitive hearing, and a complete inability to block out noise. So things like banging, revving engines, children playing, dogs barking are all very, very distracting. I can’t make earplugs stay in my ears — they just pop out after a while. So if there’s lots of noise I generally have to resort to putting my headphones in and playing some music.

Lucy Felthouse - Eyes Wide Open Exclusive

Fiona flourishes in her role at T5S, is it important for you to write about empowered women?

Yes, because it’s what I know best. I myself am a determined and ambitious person, so it just feels natural for me to write women this way. Fiona finding her way from her degree to her career is kind of similar to the path I took, in a way...

Lucy Felthouse - Romancing the Book interview

Jen: Is there a genre you’d like to write?  Is there one you’ll probably stay away from?  Why?
Lucy: One of my favourite things about erotica/erotic romance is the fact that you can write lots of different genres within that. So I’ve already written paranormal, contemporary, thriller and so on. But I must admit I do fancy writing a spy thriller at some point… but I think it’d be fun to leave in the smoking hot sex scenes! A genre I’ll probably never write is historical. I’ve written stories with bits of the past woven in, but the thought of doing all that research and the potential to get things wrong is scary.

Wild After Dark exclusive feature

Totally Bound speaks exclusively to Helena Maeve, Elizabeth Coldwell, Wendi Zwaduk, Aurelia T. Evans, Nan Comargue and Lucy Felthouse about Wild After Dark, our new MFM anthology featuring vampires, werewolves and the paranormal.

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