Justine Elyot is the author of the bestselling erotic novels On Demand and The Business of Pleasure, as well as enough short stories to fill several anthologies. She can be found on Twitter @Justine Elyot and sharing the wealth on facebook http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000057776729. Full blow-by-blow details of her goings-on can be found at her website: http://justineelyot.com/.
Charlotte Stein has written over thirty short stories, novellas and novels. Her collection of short stories was named one of the best erotic romances of 2009 by Michelle Buonfiglio, and her first novel, Control, was recently called “…a non-stop crazy hot sex book”. When not writing non-stop crazy hot sex books, she can be found eating jelly turtles, watching terrible sitcoms and occasionally lusting after hunks. She lives in West Yorkshire with her husband and their imaginary dog.
Sommer Marsden has been called "Erotica royalty…" (Lucy Felthouse).
Her numerous erotic novels include Boys Next Door, Restless Spirit and Learning to Drown. Sommer currently writers erotica and erotic romance full-time from her east coast home. The wine-swigging, dachshund-owning, wannabe runner author's work runs the gamut from bondage to zombies to humour.
Kyoko Church discovered the power of the written erotic word when she was 16 years old and penned a very explicit missive to her boyfriend detailing all the naughty things she wanted to do to him. When he received it, boyfriend was impressed. When he found it, father was not. For the next 18 years she hid her naughty thoughts in shame. Until she found a community where they were once again appreciated for the well-imagined smut they are.
Lisette Ashton is the author of more than two dozen full length erotic fiction titles that have covered subjects from contemporary romance through to erotic vampire stories and explorations of the works of the Marquis de Sade. Ashton’s short fiction has appeared in a broad range of magazines and anthologies and has been translated into several languages. Ashton lives in the north of England and, when not writing fiction, teaches creative writing.