Brand new! Now published for the first time, the story that 200,000 readers cheered-on as it posted chapter by chapter on Literotica.
“Color Our Second Honeymoon Erotic may freak out some readers, at first,” wrote one critic, “because Claudia Pulcher pulls you into wild erotic scenes of agony and ecstasy (never just one). In the end, though, this is a great love story. Leslie and Guy O’Brien are rewarded for taking crazy risks–and for their courage in casting off sexual convention–with the sexiest second honeymoon on record.”
And a reader wrote: “They do it! They do it as millions of men and women, finding themselves in once-wonderful sexual relationships that no longer make the heart race, have longed to do it: They face every fear, take every risk, to set loose their fantasies!”
Again and again, as their erotic encounters become almost surreal, like The Story of O on steroids, they ask each other where this is taking them. But they do not, or cannot, stop because all of it—the exhibitionism, the bondage, the lust unsuspected in colleagues or students or strangers, the beautiful bodies twisted in pain and equally unbearable pleasure—becomes an addiction. An addiction to living life on a level of sensuality now never absent, a sensuality that with unexpected experience takes body and imagination higher.
For the reader, Color Our Second Honeymoon Erotic is the same kind of journey as the arousal, anticipation, and sheer pace of living with Guy and Leslie and so many other red-hot characters mount chapter by chapter.
All of it comes alive with Claudia Pulcher’s exquisitely sensual style, high-definition imagination, humor, and unfailing insight into love as well as lust.
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What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
Don’t view writing as “art” or as “being creative” or as “inspiration.” Yes, all those things can be true of writing, but from the context of the practicing writer, writing is a CRAFT to be mastered by effort and practice in the same way that a shoemaker masters his craft or potter masters hers. You learn the craft by imitating others. That’s right, my imitating what has succeeded for other writers over many centuries. There is no other way to master the craft. Therefore, reading is as important as writing, and you read not as “a reader” but as a writer: you read to understand how the author accomplished his effects in everything from plot to character to scenes to style to grammar and punctuation. Robert Frost once said that he “reveled” in the technical tricks that are the craft of poetry.
Claudia Pulcher was born to a very wealthy, politically influential family in Rome. She became known as the most beautiful, desirable, and dissolute woman in the Rome of Julius Caesar. The great poet of the time, Catullus, fell hopelessly in love with her; she paid little attention to him, but he wrote his most famous poems about her, calling her “Lesbia” in his poetry.
You may have concluded, by now, that Claudia Pulcher did not write “Color Our Second Honeymoon Erotic,” recently published by Amazon.
I wrote it. But you don’t have to get much further than the first chapter to understand why I decided to us a pen name. Not only is “Color Our Second Honeymoon Erotic” a shocking romance to be written by a woman; it is a book that many, many people will say should never have been published at all.
My husband and I, who live on Long Island in a very swanky seaside resort (surrounded by people much richer than we are!), thought and talked a long time about writing this story and publishing it. But, to us, this is a love story and a story about how a marriage was saved. It also is a story of how two people, married and in love, kept together the marriage and made it much closer without resigning themselves to the idea that sex is nice “but not like when we were younger.”
As I wrote this book chapter by chapter, with lots of comments and exhortations from my husband, we published it on the Web site Literotica. By the time we published the last chapter, more than 200,000 readers were reading the book and many, many were cheering us on.
We don’t think anyone has to do what we did to light a match to the fuse of their marriage and watch the fireworks. In fact, you can learn from us. And everyone’s fantasies will be different–but just as exciting!
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