The Naughty Wife Collection

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NaughtyWife 1 01162016NaughtyWife 2 01162016NaughtyWife 3 01162016Annie Robinson is an ordinary thirty-nine year-old married woman with two wonderful children, a lovable family cat, and dog, and an adorable husband. She has a good job with an excellent company. Everything is good. Mrs. Robinson was the good wife. But that’s before she became The Naughty Wife. You see, she realized she was fast approaching forty. Although she was no where near the change of life, she wanted some changes in life. In an unexpected moment of sharing her deepest fantasies with her husband, they discover the door that led to the unleashing of dormant and untamed desires. And the rest is sizzle!

Now you can enjoy the complete series of The Naughty Wife: three volumes and over 400 pages later you’ll discover how the good wife became the naughty wife.

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Save 45% on the Erotic Box Set!

Expect explicit erotic entertainment. Oh yes!

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New Release! NAUGHTY CLIENTS

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Release Date: June 1, 2016

Yes, it’s a naughty business, but Betty and Rita are all in, and they intend to have plenty of fun as they launch their sensuous venture. Enjoy the thrills as they discover a sizzling combination of aroused staff and Naughty Clients!

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NAUGHTY DANCER: In 2 days she moves and shakes!

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She’s all set for her debut performance October 27, 2015.

Pre-order now for 99¢. Amazon Exclusive! Enjoy!

Naughty-Dancer-10152015It started with an impulse. You know what I mean; that flicker of an impulse; that naughty notion; that unusual urge…to do stuff…fun, but naughty stuff. Naughty Dancer followed her impulse and things exploded…erotic stuff…all night. Well, enough said in this public forum. But you can read all about her…privately when you download your copy. Pre-order now for 99¢ and get automatic download October 27, 2015 at Amazon. Just in time for a screamin’ Halloween reading weekend. Enjoy! Convenient links below.

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Naughty Dancer; she’s next!

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She’s waiting her turn to entertain you. She’s all set for her debut performance October 27, 2015.

Pre-order now for 99¢. Amazon Exclusive!

Naughty-Dancer-10152015It started with an impulse. You know what I mean; that flicker of an impulse; that naughty notion, that unusual urge…to do stuff…fun, but naughty stuff. Naughty Dancer followed her impulse and things exploded…erotic stuff. Well, enough said in this public forum. But you can read about her…privately when you download your copy. Pre-order now for 99¢ and get automatic download October 27, 2015 at Amazon. Just in time for a screamin’ Halloween reading weekend. Enjoy!

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Football Widows of the world unite!

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Yes, ladies, it’s that time of the year when spouses and SOs (significant others) huddle in front of the TV and lust after football, during the next five months. The NFL (National Football League) virtually takes over your home as ESPN streams 24/7 everything about football and other sports. But there is a solution: Candi Silk’s erotica.

While football players kick and scream in pain over a tiny football, Candi Silk’s naughty characters kick and scream in pleasure over their BIG orgasm. While hubby and friends debate deflategate, knowing wives and partners are settled that a deflated libido in the bedroom is unacceptable. Listen up, guys, the same goes for deflated, flaccid or flat strategic body parts. Shape up if you want to “play.”

While husbands gather at work discussing the merits of sufficient air in the lowly pigskin, smart women already know the merits of breathless orgasms. While husbands are incensed over unjust rulings on the field, smart wives know the more rules broken in the bedroom the more naughty fun they have.

So, while husbands, spouses, and SOs, as mere spectators, agonize over a game, Candi Silk’s naughty characters get down and dirty with each other as real players. Recklessness is their rule book, stripped inhibitions and clothes is their regulation uniform, illicit body contact is the essence of their game, and swapping players is eagerly encouraged. And OT (overtime) doesn’t end until sunrise. Game on!

While spouses do their thing with a football, you can do your thing with Candi Silk’s erotica and her naughty characters. During football** season 2015, when the Carolina Panthers (my favorite team) win a game, I’ll drop the price of one of my books to $0.99 for the following week. While the hubby or spouse is fingering the remote, you can…well you know what you can do when reading one of my explicit erotic escapades.

Keep watch on my Amazon Author Page each week for 99-cent specials! You’ll score big! Enjoy! Amazon US   Amazon UK

**Football is an inflatable toy. Hmm…could it be a gateway to other inflatable toys? Suppose the next toy hubby wants is an inflatable doll? Then what? I’m just saying…!

Carolina Panthers win again!

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While the Carolina Panthers played to win, Candi Silk’s naughty characters got laid!

Winning book this week: THRILL DRIVEN FOR 99¢. “Oh my! What three women won’t do for pulsing thrills.”Thrill Driven CSilkjzhybx09222014Cheer these naughty ladies on as you read their thrilling erotic escapades!

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Grab a 99¢ erotica when the Carolina Panthers win!

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Final 3 days to get this week’s winning book, FIND ME, for 99¢!

FIND ME is scorching romantic suspense. Destiny James has a tidy life until Clint Star turns it upside down and her inside out. He wants her and is determined to have her. But unanswered questions from the past become threatening.Find Me final cover03012014

Enjoy the romantic suspense! FIND ME is available at all major online booksellers.

A Carolina Panther’s win = sale price 99¢ FIND ME!

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Enjoy hot romantic erotica!

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During the 2015 NFL season, when the Carolina Panthers win a game, I’ll price one of my erotica titles at 99¢ for the next seven days. Grab a copy of the latest winning Candi Silk romantic erotica: FIND ME. Enjoy! Available at all major online booksellers.

Candi Silk teams up with the Carolina Panthers!

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The 2015 NFL season is here, but it’s always Naughty Frickin’ Ladies season in my writing studio.
For the 2015 NFL season, when the Carolina Panthers win, you can score a Candi Silk 99-cent book!
That’s right. I will offer one of my books at 99-cents for the seven days following a Carolina Panther game win.Three-some-Twitter
Price changes are usually posted the same day by Amazon and Smashwords. Other online retailers are a little slower.

Although the Panthers play by the rules, my erotica characters play naughty. Not hard to figure out who has more fun. (LOL)

Play nice, but read naughty!

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Night Rogue: He’s coming to your bedroom!

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A sizzling surprise to put you on edge. Lock your doors. Yes, lock them tight!

The Night Rogue is watching, waiting and wants to do naughty thrilling things to you. He’ll keep you up all night! He’s coming…to your bedroom! Enjoy your time with the Night Rogue!

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Candi Silk makes new history! You can too!

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Paul Revere, allegedly, sounded the one-time alarm: “The British are coming!” The British are coming!”

Candi Silk sounds the 24/7 alarm: “My naughty characters are ‘coming and screaming’ all night in a bedroom near you!”

B88pAqMIIAIH5LOMake new history in your bedroom! Read Candi Silk’s history-breaking erotica!

Three-some-TwitterWhen you read Candi Silk’s erotica, you’ll write new history in your bedroom!

Be a patriot. Join the naughty reading revolution!

Enjoy!

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The scent of a woman drove him crazy!

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New Release!

July 1, 2015

Not just any woman, but this woman; The Aroused MILF. Her fragrant scent. A secret, but her arousal was about to be uncovered, stripped bare, exposed, experienced, tasted. “Scorching delicious!”

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Oh, no! You would never do it! But she did!

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 Bad, blushing, blistering!

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Pre-order your pleasure now 99¢

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The Aroused MILF

Lisa was an older woman; Chase was a younger man. It was dangerous, forbidden, risky, taboo; it was the kind of thing decent people didn’t do. It would stir scandalous gossip; taboos like that always did, especially within families and across the neighborhoods.

But the explosive temptation of forbidden and naughty erotic emotions had been building and breeding for years. Lisa’s unmet and untamed erotic female fantasies unleashed in a fury of want, surprising even to herself.

Chase was driven by his own forbidden erotic fantasies of wanting something he shouldn’t want, a woman beyond his reach, but his carnal need was unquenchable. How would they resolve the unmentionable family taboo?

Find out when you pre-order!

Vacation Hot Reads!

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Beach Books!

Twitter-3-Way-FM-SM-TMGot sand in your bikini? Bummer! Dirt in your e-reader? Now, that’s hot and fun, if it’s Candi Silk’s erotica.

Get Taste Me, FREE, then grab a FREE copy of Lust Driven, and follow with Swap Me for a wicked weekend of naughty vacation reading. Get them here: Amazon and AmazonUK

Enjoy the heat!

Interview with John Tucker – Multi-genre Author

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Welcome!

Highly popular multi-genre author John Tucker is our guest on Author CenterStage for a round of questions on his writing experience. John has published titles ranging from action-adventure, erotica, mystery, suspense, young adult, thrillers, and maybe a couple in between. His versatile fiction has entertained readers through many nights! John, thanks for joining us and answering questions!

John: Thanks for having me, Candi.

Candi: I’ve gathered several frequently asked questions from readers to share with you. So, let’s begin with a couple of key ones: How did you arrive one day with pen, ink and paper in your hands as you began your first novel? What tipped the balance scales of your motivation to write the first word, the first page?

John: I’d written several things in high school, mostly short stories, but stopped when a new wife and a couple of kids kept me focused on life rather than literary pursuits. Two wives and 25 years later, I was bored and needed an outlet to entertain me. So, I started on a novel that had skimmed the edges of my mind for all those lost years. After being told I had a good story but awful mechanics, I took a few community college classes and bought a few English textbooks to refresh my brain about proper grammar and the differences between an adverb and a gerund. Now, five years later, I’ve just finished my twelfth book.

Candi: John, there are many authors who will relate to your determined and inspiring writing journey. What was your first novel, and what were the early challenges you faced in writing and publishing it? What were your feelings the day you published it?Romancing the Fox

John: My first novel was Romancing the Fox – a bloated 500,000 word magnum opus that was a literary mess. After I took the aforementioned classes, I put ‘Fox’ aside and started a murder mystery with a charming sociopath who loved destroying matriarchal families with dysfunctional issues. That was Divisive. My first published novel. The day I published it I was so stressed, mostly about the marketing aspects of having a book. Now, I’m just as stressed but with a dozen babies to take care of.

Candi: A dozen published books is a problem envied by many authors, John. LOL. How far back does your history go with books and reading? How old were you when you first noticed your desire to put words on paper to tell a story? What were early influencers, books, people?

John: I’ve read books as far back as I can remember. My mother bought me a series of literary classics that were offered by a grocery store every other week – Robinson Crusoe, Treasure Island, Call of the Wild, and so on. I wrote short stories from the age of twelve and up but really had no early mentors other than the books themselves.divisive (2)

Candi: Currently you have 12 published titles listed on your Amazon Author Page. What are the details that led you to write and publish in multiple categories or genres? Do you have a favorite genre?

John: I’ve always been a chameleon when it comes to life and people. I like all kinds of music, most book genres, and movies ranging from comedies to documentaries. I’m the same way when I write. My first book was a thriller, my second a YA Mystery, the third an adult contemporary romance. Since then I’ve penned three eroticas, three more thrillers, and a series of Celestial Romances featuring Muses, Sirens, and the mortal caught between them. Something for everyone!

Candi: How many of your books are set in your home state of Georgia, USA? Have you experienced any particular backlash from local citizens? (I’m thinking of Thomas Wolfe and his novel, Look Homeward Angel, that was set in his hometown, Asheville, North Carolina.) I’ve read your explosive Splits in The Skin. How does that novel figure with this question?

John: The majority of my books are based in Georgia, mostly in small towns but several take place in Atlanta. I’ve had one alternate between Los Angeles and Manhattan, and another take place in Bel Air, California. It stems from a love I have for my state, the people in it, and the misconception that most of us are tobacco-spitting rednecks. My novels are also graced with characters who have deep accents, especially in The Little Girl You Kiss Goodnight. Splits in the Skin is a mixture of action and romance with a healthy helping of James Dickey’s Deliverance. A hunky bounty hunter, looking for a bail-jumper, comes across a small village who has been inbreeding since the Civil War. While I only skim the consensual incest the village accepts as natural, I took the opportunity to explore the differences between the religious and sexual mores represented by the villain’s relatives and the ‘normal’ people trying to capture him.splits

Candi: John, I admire authors who are proud to craft stories from their geographical roots! I read Splits in The Skin and I’m familiar with Georgia. Your writing is authentic! One of the most popular fiction genres today is the thriller category. I’ve also read the very powerful Divisive, which I believe you have planned as a trilogy. What are the ingredients or elements that turn a plain vanilla thriller into a mystery suspense thriller?

John: As in any novel, you have to have a good plot, a balls-to-the-wall villain, and the gritty hero who tries to make sure good triumphs. Like real life, sometimes the bad guy wins in my novels. Divisive introduced Dennis Rask as a charming sociopath with an amped-up sex drive and a mission to kill particular people. In the second book, The Fifth Game, he has a young woman who survived his wrath in the first book helping him destroy a wealthy family. While the book relates Rask’s evil doings, the sub-plot takes a look at the woman’s compliance and her difficulties in assisting the man she loves. The third novel – The Eighth Family – will be started by the end of the year.

Candi: I never give away an author’s plot; I’ll just say Divisive is boiling hot with conflicting characters and agendas. Excellent! What is a typical writing day like for you? When does it begin and end? And do you use a lot of expensive equipment or materials in writing your novels? Can you write with background noise or do you prefer quiet?cf3861265656b63d9ef93fc3976647a3_we

John: I spend 4-5 hours a day writing, mostly at night. I’m comfortable using Microsoft Word 97/2000 and the internet for any research purposes. I play music while I write or edit, usually seventies classics or easy-listening from today.

Candi: A frequently asked question for authors is: Have you experienced writer’s block, and how do you deal with it or prevent it?

John: I deal with bouts of depression from time to time that curtails a novel or two. I usually start another book if that happens. If I get too down, I’ll take a week off to refresh my mind, usually watching comedies or action-driven movies to take my mind off the bad feelings.

Candi: Your writing journey is remarkable! To what extent do your story characters shape your novels? What do they add? Isn’t it enough to just tell the story sort of like a newspaper article? You know, just lay the facts out? What distinctions do characters bring to a story?

John: I like ‘gray’ characters. No out-and-out heroes or villains. In Divisive, Rask is a charming guy, protects the young daughter of a woman he wants to kill, and romances her almost eighteen-year-old daughter. He also chases off a pedophile intent on molesting the little girl, and does a very bad thing to a cute, cuddly animal. My characters have faults, merits, vices, and plaudits. To me, there’s nothing more boring than a cookie-cutter guy or girl with enough redeeming qualities to make you sick.

Candi: How do you conceptualize or layout the plan or your approach to the plot for a novel you’re about to write? What’s the time sequence like? Is it scribbled on a napkin over a cup of coffee or over a period of days or weeks? And what are the particular challenges of the process of solidifying and nailing down the plot? What are the challenges facing an author when doing research for writing the book?

John: Once I have the plot in mind I’ll map out each chapter of a book in a notebook (usually over a few weeks) and include the plot points I want to happen in each. It changes over the course of writing, but essentially sticks to the path. Then I create the characters – physical description, attitudes, quirks, goals. I never start a novel without a beginning and an end. You gotta know where to start and where it ends up. I cringe just thinking about how writers had to do research before the internet. Haunting libraries for several hours a day must have been tedious. Thanks to computers, research for a novel is a breeze.

Candi: How long does it take you to write and publish a book, from start to finish? It must be easy and simple with all the advanced technology available today. Are there any major ups and downs during that process?

John: Two Days to Passion took 60 days. Vergene’s taken a year. Divisive three months. I never know how long my books will take to finish. Outside difficulties play a part, extra thinking about the plot is a factor, and mechanical issues like a crashed hard drive are just obstacles to avoid and get over.41xhxz52wWL._BO2,204,203,200_PIsitb-sticker-v3-big,TopRight,0,-55_SX278_SY278_PIkin4,BottomRight,1,22_AA300_SH20_OU01_

Candi: So you’re saying writing and publishing are not confined to a particular model or framework? So, what advice do you have for a person, let’s say my neighbor down the street, who says she wants to write a book? She’s got this great idea for a bestselling novel. Should she enroll in the nearest college writing class, buy 10 books on writing, or what?

John: College writing class absolutely. Hone your skills, familiarize yourself with the mechanics of literature. Then join a critique group to vet your work. Get Stephen King’s ‘On Writing’. That’s the only how-to book you need. One last thing – grow a thick skin. You’ll need it. Trust me.

Candi: I’m glad you mentioned the thick skin. Rhino skin is definitely the first requirement for a writer. Since the advent of digital capabilities and technology related to publishing and the rapid changes within the publishing arena, what do you see as the top two or three challenges facing writers today, and how are they to overcome them?

John: Discovering which new technology helps you create a novel, market, and enhance it. Also the financial difficulties in keeping up with new literary tools. Your mind and your money.

Candi: Another entertaining novel of yours is Twelve Doors to Ecstasy which is your first entry into the erotica genre. What were the challenges in writing that novel? In general, do men and women have different views or perceptions of erotica, and how so?12 doors

John: Before Twelve Doors, my sex scenes were usually the start of the sweet lovemaking, then cut to or open with the aftermath. Breaking a sexual encounter down into its sensual bits was equally embarrassing and enlightening. Things you don’t think twice about when you’re with a significant other – touching them, their scent, the way they look during the experience – it’s remarkable. Most of my reviews have been from women and they’ve been well-received. Surprisingly the three men who have read and reviewed my book didn’t like it as much. Since women are the majority of erotica readers, I haven’t really taken the time to dissect the male’s opinions.

Candi: It’s been reported that Amazon has over ten million titles (books) listed on their website. What are the challenges for readers in selecting “goodreads” from that many choices? What’s your best advice for readers on how to choose an entertaining/interesting book?

John: I try to include out-of-the-box plot-lines in all my books. Everyone will have a moment that is guaranteed to drop a reader’s jaw. When I advertise on Facebook, I concentrate on these things, insert an excerpt, and try to include a catchy picture with the post. Lastly, don’t publish a book unless you have it edited. If your book has great characters, an awesome plot, and several mistakes in the first five paragraphs, people will drop your book like a hot potato.

Candi: If you could start your writing career over what two or three things would you do differently and why?

John: Save up plenty of money for tools and advertising. Just because you write ‘The End’ on a novel, doesn’t mean you’re finished with it. Read the Chicago Manual of Style once. Take what you like from it, and screw the rest. Don’t change your style to mimic other writers.

Candi: From what I gather, many years ago (think post early printing presses) authors and readers rarely connected or communicated. A reader was lucky to just read the written book. But today the Internet is one huge gathering place where authors and readers communicate freely. How do you feel about those dynamics and how do both authors and readers benefit from that kind of environment? How do you enjoy making and keeping in contact with your readers?

John: The internet has definitely opened up the world to writers, especially with research and promotion. Your book is accessible to people in France, India, Japan, and small towns in Georgia and Alabama. You can chat with readers, get their thoughts, battle trolls, and organize small groups of people who love your work.interracial-couple

Candi: What are the advantages of the Kindle, Nook, and other e-reader devices? Isn’t there something to be said about a real paper and ink book in hand as one sits by the fireside of home and reads?

John: Either one is fine with me. But you can fit a few hundred books on your Kindle and free up several bookshelves for other important things. Some people use both. Others are paper and ink purists. I’m slowly leaning toward the electronic book.

Candi: Another challenge question: According to various surveys the average American reads less than 10 books per year. Which of your books would you recommend they read next, and why that book?

John: My most accessible book is The Little Girl You Kiss Goodnight. A mystery novel with a linear plot, a likable heroine, and a happy ending. That being said, it’s probably my most ‘innocent’ novel. No cursing, alluding to sex, but a feel-good relationship with the book’s main characters. The rest of my books, other than the Bemused and Bedeviled series, are dark and disturbing reads.

Candi: What can readers look forward to from the writing studio of John Tucker in the next 12 months?

John: I’m about to publish an erotic thriller called Vergene. After that an erotic paranormal book titled Violetta’s Voyeur, eTernalMates – an adult-contemporary romance, and the final book in the Rask Trilogy.

Candi: John, thank you for taking time to share your interesting thoughts and giving us an inside look at your fascinating and inspiring writing world.

John: Thanks for having me, Candi. We should have drinks in the future.

Candi: Sounds great; let’s celebrate writing and reading with the South’s iconic drink, sweet iced tea, and we’ll spike at will. LOL!

Here’s how you can experience the entertaining writing of John Tucker, author of multi-genres.

John’s Online Links:

Facebook Author Page —-http://www.facebook.com/hutt1234
Twitter — @Hutt1234John

Oh, Mrs. Robinson, you didn’t?!

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“Oh, yes I did, and now you can read the naughty details!”
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Annie Robinson was an ordinary woman, wife, mother, business executive, and could easily be your neighbor next door. But one morning she felt ordinary wasn’t working for her any longer. And then there was the reality of soon turning the big four-oh, 40, fast approaching on a runaway calendar. She was no where near the change of life for a woman, but she knew she wanted a change in life. She made a small decision; something shifted; desires swirled, passions sparked.

TNW-04202015xyzBut she wasn’t sure what to do with her restless feelings until a few risky events collided and her long-hidden inhibited desires and fantasies unwound, igniting fires of uncontrolled passions, needs and wants. Fantasies of romantic erotica she’d never had before: Did she want to be a cheating wife? If her husband watched her with another man, could they face each other? Or would it fuel their sexual fantasies to wife watch and wife share? Just how far were they willing to go?

After reading The Naughty Wife, husbands and wives will never view each other as ordinary again. Blazing heat at full-throttle! High-octane romantic erotica. Enjoy