Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Top Five Erotica Authors

More and more readers are enjoying erotica novels on their ereaders, smartphones, ereader apps, laptop and desktop computers. The appeal lies in the fact that readers can indulge in erotica novels on such devices away from prying eyes. Top ereaders include Amazon's kindle, due to sell millions this year, BN's Nook and Kobo. Similarly, tablet computers like the iPad provide a perfect blend of functionality and design to read your favorite sexy novels. Here's a list of noteworthy authors selling erotica novels for ereaders.
E.L. James author of the notoriously popular Fifty Shades of Grey. The three-volume tome, born out of Twilight fan fiction, continues to top global bestseller lists and has been translated into several foreign languages. The sequels, Fifty Shades Darker and Fifty Shades Freed are included in a bundled edition of the erotic story.
Blue Knight, author of Monet Love, An Erotic Love Story. Newcomer Blue Knight throws her hat in the erotica ring, spinning a steamy, erotic tale written just for single ladies. Monet Love is a single, professional woman caught between two lovers: one controlling and one carefree. The story features a multicultural cast of characters and is set in the nation's capital and the Virgin Islands.
Zane, author of The Sex Chronicles, Shame on it All and The Hot Box. Zane's sexy, erotic novels tell it like it is. Her stories focus on the unbelievable professional and personal lives of a multicultural cast of characters and have been adapted for television. Zane, an entrepreneur whose novels are distributed by big six publisher Simon and Schuster, has throngs of devoted followers who keep up with her daily musings on Facebook.
Award-winning author Erica Jong delivers the goods for readers interested in classic erotica. The author of Fear of Flying, rose to fame for writing juicy erotic tales in the 1970s. Jong also wrote poetry and non-fiction. Even though Erica Jong made waves for writing risque novels, she was recognized for her insight and received a literary award from the United Nations in the late 1990s. Her writings were recently acquired by Columbia University.
Ann Rice, known for the blood-curdling Vampire Chronicles and the twisted magical Lives of the Mayfair Witches switched gears and wrote a number of well-known erotica novels under two pen names: A. N. Roquelaure and Ann Rampling. As A.N. Roquelaure, Rice wrote three erotic three novels based upon the fairy tale character Sleeping Beauty. As Ann Rampling, she wrote two BDSM novels, Belinda and Exit to Eden, the latter of which was adapted into a movie starring Rosie O'Donnell.
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