Forbidden Fruit

This week only: Forbidden Fruit for 99c

This week’s My LesFic deal includes my anthology, Forbidden Fruit: stories of unwise lesbian desire. There’s some amazing writers and stories in this: names you’ll know such as Emily L Byrne, Harper Bliss, Sacchi Green, Jean Roberta, Lisabet Sarai, and Erzabet Bishop, plus some supremely talented newcomers. Check out Rebecca Lynne Fullan’s surreal story “Our Woman” or Ava-Ann Holland’s super hot tale of a chance encounter in Rome to see what I mean.

For this week only, you can purchase this anthology for only $0.99 via My Lesfic.


Also in this week’s My Lesfic deals is a fantastic story by T. B. Markinson. The Chosen One is a real page-turner. I’m also looking forward to reading a new-to-me author from the third book on offer this week. But By Degrees by Kit Eyre looks intriguing and I intend checking that out.

Check out this week’s deals on Facebook or MyLesfic.

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Fantastic Reviews for “Forbidden Fruit”


It’s holiday season here in Oz, and it seems that half of the country is out on trails, camping, and eating and drinking their way around Oz. I’m one of them — enjoying some downtime and rural peace in the bush in New South Wales.

However, I’m interrupting my holiday to share two fantastic new reviews of “Forbidden Fruit: stories of unwise lesbian desire” that were posted recently. Share the love for the holidays and all that.

Over at Erotica For All, Lucy Felthouse posted this review, in which she says:

The imagination that’s gone into these stories is amazing – not one story is the same, or even similar. Each one has a fantastic take on the forbidden fruit theme…

Varied, hot, naughty and sexy, this is a fantastic lesbian erotica anthology that I’d definitely recommend to fans of the genre. Very enjoyable.

Over all Erotica Revealed, Kathleen Bradean reviewed “Forbidden Fruit” and had this to say about the book.

From page one, there is so much to love about this anthology. Rebecca Lynn Fullan’s “Our Woman” starts it off with an amazing near-future dystopian tale that Margaret Atwood would have been proud to pen. The depth of the world she evokes shows true craftsmanship…

This anthology was a delight to read. It has many well-written stories that will appeal to many different interests. The theme is good with imaginative takes on what it means by the talented contributors. I strongly recommend this.

“Forbidden Fruit: stories of unwise lesbian desire” is available direct from the publisher, Ladylit, usual distributors, and on Amazon.

Find me over at Emily L. Byrne’s blog

Today I’m very happy to be guest blogging over at Emily L. Byrne’s blog. I’ve been between the covers with Emily and her alter ego, Catherine Lundoff, on several occasions in the past, most recently in “Forbidden Fruit: stories of unwise lesbian desire“. Go and check out Emily’s story “The Adventures of Miss Scarlet”. You won’t be sorry.

Today, I’m talking how some people think they know what you write, and about my single author collection, “Blue Woman Stories Volume 1: collected lesbian erotica of Cheyenne Blue” and the upcoming Volume 2.

Go check me out at Emily’s.

Penultimate Day of Forbidden Fruit

The penultimate day of the Forbidden Fruit blog tour. Today we have the ever-entertaining Allison Wonderland interviewing lesbian erotica newbie Ava-Ann Holland. They talk about films and crushes, horses and psychotherapy. Intrigued? Check them out.

Today is also the final day of the Goodreads Giveaway. Win a paperback copy of Forbidden Fruit: stories of unwise lesbian desire.

And of course, there are plenty of prizes up for grabs simply by leaving a comment on any post in the tour to be entered into a random drawing to win one of these prize prizes: a paperback copy of Girls Who Score, lesbian sports erotica edited by Ily Goyanes, Best Lesbian Romance 2011 edited by Radclyffe, an ebook of Ladylit’s first lesbian anthology Anything She Wants, and a bundle of three mini-anthologies from Ladylit: Sweat, A Christmas to Remember, and Bossy. All of these titles contain stories written by the fabulous contributors to Forbidden Fruit. You must include an e-mail address in your comment to be entered into the drawing.

Forbidden Fruit: Stories of Unwise Lesbian Desire is available in ebook and print direct from the publisher, Ladylit, or from Amazon, Smashwords, and other retailers. Check out Ladylit for all purchasing information.

Forbidden Fruit: Day 14

Forbidden Fruit rolls along. Today, we have Erzabet Bishop interviewing Nicole Wolfe. The conversation covers sushi, yardwork comic books and Nicole’s super-hot story Thanks to Irene in Forbidden Fruit.

Check them out!

Forbidden Fruit: Day 13

We’re back to Harper Bliss’ blog today, where she’s hosting Rachel O. Esplanade interviewing Allison Wonderland.

There’s religion, inspiration (of the lesbian, not the religious kind), and an excerpt from Allison’s story, “Ungodly Ours”.

Check out Allison and Rachel.

Forbidden Fruit: Day 12


Today’s stop on the Forbidden Fruit blog tour, we have newbie writer Ava-Ann Holland interviewing the much loved Erzabet Bishop. Ava-Ann and Erzabet talk about writers’ dinners, cashmere, and bondage and Erzabet shares an excerpt from her story “Ascending Amelia”.

Check them out, over at Erotica For All.

Forbidden Fruit: Day 11

Today we have two more fabulous authors from Forbidden Fruit. Nicole Wolfe interviews L.C. Spoering. The topics range from poetry, to erotica films, to Baywatch! Check them out over at Nicole’s blog.

Also today, Beth Wylde is posting on Forbidden Fruit over at the Gay/Lesbian Fiction excerpts site. Check her out as well.

Forbidden Fruit blog tour – Day 7

On day 7 of the Forbidden Fruit blog tour we have the double delight of Sacchi Green interviewing Emily L. Byrne. The questions range from pseudonyms to speculative fiction, with a side of jewel thieves and even a mention of Clue!

Check them out.

And don’t forget: today is the final day of the promotional release price for Forbidden Fruit: stories of unwise lesbian desire. Buy it today for $0.99 or buy it tomorrow for $6.99. No brainer.

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