Tuesday, January 23, 2007

Ring in the new!

You may have noticed a few changes lately. We’ve been redecorating, but we’re still arguing over the colours, so who knows what lustbites will end up looking like. At this point, flock wallpaper and flying ducks are a distinct possibility. If you have any suggestions or ideas, please do chip in!
Anyway, much more importantly, a few new writers have jumped on board. Everybody, I’d like you to properly meet:

Teresa Noelle Roberts: ‘Erotica and romance writer, sometime fantasy writer, person generally obsessed with the written word (and with nature, love, and sex)’. Teresa also somehow splits herself in two, and forms Sophie Mouette with:

Dayle A Dermatis. Dayle is a ‘writer of fantasy and science fiction, media tie-in, romance, and erotica’. She collaborates with other writers as well as Teresa. Phew! One or both of the girls will be explaining just how this works in the near future. Meanwhile, check out Sophie Mouette’s Cat Scratch Fever.

Our latest new um...lusty biter?

Suzanne Portnoy - an entertainment publicist and writer. Divorced with two children, she lives in North London. ‘Attractive and finally a size 12 after twenty years of yo-yo dieting, she is happily single and spends her spare time writing, having sex and acting as a one-woman car pool.’ Suzanne Portnoy’s memoir ‘The Butcher, The Baker, The Candlestick Maker’ was published by Virgin in 2006.

Check out the links on the sidebar for more on all of these wonderful authors, and do drop by the comments to make them feel welcome.

3 comments:

Mathilde Madden said...

Lust Bites has got the painters in!

(I had to be the first to say that)

Alison Tyler said...

Cheers, Nikki,

What a nice intro! It's awesome to have new voices joining in the posts...

*waving hello from sunny Northern California*

Alison

Janine Ashbless said...

Hi guys & welcome!

You've just lost another chunk out of your working day by joining us!

*waving goodbye as she heads off for the Arctic Circle. Seriously! Back by the end of the month, hopefully without frostbite.*