Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Sci Spanks 2014

Sci Spanks 2014 is finally here! Please visit Governing Ana for the prize list, sign-up sheet, and free books. You can win from a prize pool valued at over $1,000, including a Kindle Fire or Nook HD donated by Blushing Books!
Many authors will also offer a contest on their individual blogs.  Your comment on their blogs automatically enters you in both the main contest and the individual contests!
How do you play?

1.Visit each blog between Wednesday, June 25th and Sunday, June 29th to read the posted stories and excerpts.
Note: Natasha Knight’s story takes place in a nonconsensual setting, meaning the heroine has not consented to getting spanked. If you are offended or alarmed, you may prefer not to read her story.

2. Leave a comment answering the story question on each blog.  You will receive one entry per blog for the grand prize drawing.  You will also be automatically entered in that author’s individual contest, if she has one.

3.If you have visited all of the blogs, visit Ana’s blog to sign up for FIVE bonus entries to the grand prize.

4.Deadline is midnight EST (UTC -5) on June 29!!

5. If you successfully completed a previous challenge (Love Spanks 2014, Spank or Treat 2013, Spankee Doodle 2013, Love Spanks 2013, or Spank or Treat 2012), you may add “VIP” to your comments.  You will earn THREE bonus entries toward the grand prize.  (Yes, we will be doing this again.  Yes, if you successfully complete the Love Spanks 2014 challenge you can become a VIP for our next activity!)

6. If you are a writer of fiction (any kind), add “W” to your comments to be entered in the special author prize drawings.

7. If you are Sci Spanks 2014 Ambassador, please add “Amb” to your comments to receive your extra prize drawing.
8.Visit Governing Ana or any of the participating blogs on Wednesday, July 2nd to find out the lucky winners. Will it be you? We will also announce prizes on the Sci Spanks Facebook page.

Like these events? Want to support your favorite scifi authors? Become a Sci Spanks Ambassador! In exchange for promoting this event, you will receive one extra prize entry, AND you are still eligible to participate and win prizes! To find out the details, send an email to, with the subject line “Sci Spanks Ambassador.”

For more information, updates, and a list of participating authors, please visit Anastasia Vitsky’s blog.
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Join the exclusive chat with Sci Spanks authors! Message Anastasia Vitsky on Facebook or contact Anne Ferrer Odom to receive an invitation.

For more spanking fun, visit Saturday Spankings for additional snippets.

And don't forget more titles by Erzabet Bishop!

Release date: June 11, 2014

Sonia is a succubus with one goal: stay off Hell’s radar. But when succubi start to die, including her sometimes lover, Jeannie, she’s drawn into battle between good and evil.
Fae is a blood witch turned vampire, running a tattoo parlor and trading her craft for blood. She notices that something isn’t right on the streets of her city. The denizens of Hell are restless. With the aid of her nest mate Perry and his partner Charley, she races against time before the next victim falls. The killer has a target in his sights, and Sonia might not live to see the dawn.

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Answer one of  the questions for a chance to win an e-book copy of Sigil Fire!

What supernatural creature do you like to read about?

Are you a frequent reader of lesbian fiction or f/f erotica? What do you like about it and what are some things that you want to see more of/less of?

About the author:

Erzabet Bishop has been crafting stories since she could pound keys on her parents’ old typewriter. She has only just learned that it is a whole lot more fun writing naughty books. She is a contributing author to the Silk Words website with her Fetish Fair choose your own romantic adventure stories, Elemental Passions (upcoming), Potnia, A Christmas To Remember, Taboo II, Forbidden Fruit,  Club Rook: The Series, Sweat, Bossy, When the Clock Strikes Thirteen, Unbound Box, Milk & Cookies & Handcuffs, Holidays in Hell, Corset Magazine: Sex Around the World Issue and Man vs. Machine: The Sex Toy Issue, Smut by the Sea Volume 2, Hell Whore Volume 2, Can’t Get Enough (upcoming, Cleis), Slave Girls, The Big Book of Submission (upcoming Cleis), Hungry for More (upcoming Cleis), Gratis II, Anything She Wants, Dirty Little Numbers, Kink-E magazine, Eternal Haunted Summer,  Coming Together: Girl on Girl, Shifters and Coming Together: Hungry for Love among others. She is the author of Lipstick (upcoming), Dinner Date, Tethered, Red Moon Rising, Sigil Fire,The Erotic Pagans Series: Beltane Fires, Samhain Shadows and Yuletide Temptation.  She lives in Texas with her husband, furry children and can often be found lurking in local bookstores. She loves to bake, make naughty crochet projects and watch monster movies. When she isn’t writing, she loves to review music and books.

Follow her reviews and posts on Twitter @erzabetbishop.


  1. I don't see a question but I just read and loved your story - well really, tease of a story! Sometimes chemistry just pops between characters and you've got that here!

  2. Thanks Natasha. The questions were at the bottom of the post. What supernatural creature do you like to read about and/or do you read f/f erotica? What do you like or want to see more of.

    Happy Sci Spanks!


  3. (w) Ooo magical spanks? I don't read much f/f fiction, but your blurbs and that excerpts is making me reconsider! Thank you so much for sharing! This sounds like a great forthcoming book. If I could be a supernatural creature I think I'd like to be a healer of some sort, like a spell or rune caster with an affinity for plants

  4. Supernatural creature=shifters or witches mostly. F/F is awesome, everyone needs to give it a shot. I'd like to see mainstream F/F myself.

  5. Wow Erzabet...this is story is great. To answer your questions...Regarding supernatural characters, I enjoy stories about witches, vampires and shape-shifters. I had never read F/F until I started following Ana and I loved the way she draws you in to the emotions of her characters...have now started reading other F/F. Thanks for sharing.

    Cat VIP AMB
    catsbrighteyes (at) gmail dot com

  6. I read about almost any supernatural creature, but I don't normally choose to read f/f erotica.

  7. I tend toward shape shifters, but I've recently become enamored of books where main characters are nulls -- immune to magic to the point they temporarily make magical beings human when within a certain range.

    I do read lesbian and f/f fiction and erotica. I'd like to see more complex and unique relationships that involve mixed gender identities and fluid sexual orientations. I always take recommendations. :)

    Looking forward to more of your work in Rising Sun.

  8. I liked shifters a lot especially wolves and large cats. I an not so fond of incubus or that genre of supernatural. Really, really liked your story can't wait for the full novel to come out. Thanks.

  9. This was terrific. I love weres, vamps, demons and scaries from hell. In fact, I love all supernatural creatures. The first time I really read anything f/f was when Ana had the Hop this past winter. I really don't know what I want to see in a f/f story as everything seems new to me at this point. Thanks for taking part in the Hop. VIP

  10. Oh no! Don't leave it there!! Wonderful snippet!

    Thank you so much for participating!
    My email is
    W Abm

  11. You get better and better with every single line you write! You constantly leave me in a state of awe and wonder, completely enamoured... Thank you so much for being a part of this!
    ~Ameliah Faith (W AMB)

  12. My favorite stories are the ones about shape shifters.

  13. Yes. I like the shapeshifters too. :) Thanks for visiting the blog! :)

  14. Wow! Red moon rising, I can't wait! I think that my favorite to read about is wolves, I have always had an obsession with the werewolf lore and I love it when authors include it into their stories. Thanks for sharing this Erzabet, I really enjoyed reading it! Hopefully someday we can work together!

  15. You have an excellent way of 'building' a story. I loved what I read and hope to read more of your books. They all sound intriguing. And I adore stories about witches.


  16. I love shifter stories. Wolves are probably my favorite animal, though were tigers and lions are fun to consider. Your opening and beginning chapter are so Intriguing, Erzabet. I love stories with inherent magic, and your excerpt raises a lot of questions readers look to get answered. Nicely done!

  17. I still love vampire stories. Good ones. I like wolf shifters, too. <3 I enjoyed reading your excerpt--loved all the little details in your writing. :) W Kerry a vail (at) gmail (dot) com

  18. I'm a fan of witchcraft myself. Although other supernatural characters are okay - in supporting roles anyway. :-) That, along with the murder mystery/police procedural plot had me hooed from the start. I can't wait for the rest.

    As for erotica, I like most of it. I believe in the sliding scale theory of sexuality, rather than the either/or school. So I enjoy stories where some of the characters are sexually . . . flexible. But that's just me. W

  19. I don't have a strong preference for one supernatural creature over another. I love them all....well, except for zombies.
    I have to admit that as far as my erotica reading has gone, I have not read anything that was strictly f/f so I can't honestly give my opinion on the second question.

  20. I am dying to know what is going to happen next, great excerpt! I have to say I had not read F/F fiction before I read one by Ana which I loved! So now I read it quite frequently because for me it is about a great story, written well and not about the gender of the couple involved.

    1. I guess I forgot this, geesh

      SH VIP

  21. An intriguing excerpt! My favorite paranormal creature is the phoenix.

    Jessica E. Subject VIP W
    jessicasubject.writer at gmail dot com

  22. Love this, Erzabet, but I'm curious about the attitude. I wonder what else, besides what you've written here, has led up to the anger and resentment? I can feel the characters almost seeming helpless, but we still get tension/action. An intriguing mixture!

  23. I love to read were romances especially when there are were human combinations..

  24. Such lovely imagery. You did so well building the pace, and the smile at the end is perfect!

  25. Love to read about Dragons, Djinn and Valkyries the most but I love all supernaturals. I haven't read much f/f but I do absolutely love the Kate Kane series by Alexis Hall which if f/f.


  26. I really like reading about shapeshifters. They tend to be my go to when picking a paranormal book. I don't read much f/f stories, but if more stories are like this snippet I may have to look into them.
    I really want to know why Devi left her coven, and will Kendall make it. The suspense is killing me.


  27. What intriguing characters, Erzabet :) I love the drama you create between the two pieces you share with their overlapping characters
    VIP w Amb

  28. I love reading about shapeshifters! I'm not a fan of f/f but your excerpt was well written :)


  29. Nice story. I liked the concept of a witch and a cop.

  30. Oh, my. That was pretty damned awesome. I loved the chemistry between Astrid and Devi, of course, but poor Kendall's going to stay with me. Wonderful job on a really great read! :)

  31. Very intriguing story! As for my favorite supernatural creature, I love witches! And pretty much all types of fae! :-D

    Great job! I can't wait to read more!
    W, Amb,

  32. I love to read about all paranormal creatures but if I had to pick one it would be shifters. I very rarely read f/f but I am willing to

  33. Very nice. I love the emotion I feel from your characters even in this short sample. You've left me hungry to know the rest of the story. I can't wait to read it. Myra

  34. I wonder what's in the silver tube... I have not read stories on supernatural creatures, so I can't comment on that, and I have only just started on f/f fiction. I guess what I like about f/f fiction is that it helps me understand myself, the people around me and other things relating to relationships that people around me might not be able to explain to me :) Thank you for your story!

  35. Let's see, favorite creature - dragons, definitely.
    Concerning f/f - I've tried it once or twice, but it's not really my cup of tea. But I liked your snippet - maybe I need to give it another go.

  36. Love all kinds of supernatural creatures. i guess if i had to have a fave it would be shifters and out of them, dragons and cats. The only F/F i've read is in SciSpanks. Different :) would read more


  37. I'm not sure if that last comment of mine posted so sorry if this is a repost: I like reading about shape shifters the most although I enjoy reading almost anything sci-fi, and only recently started reading f/f. Thanks for excerpt!

    Kelly A

  38. like werewolf stories

    bn100candg at hotmail dot com

  39. I am insanely attracted to paranormal erotica that features demons. But, demons, dragon, demigods--the three D's--they're all good. And I sure wouldn't throw a werewolf out of my bed for eating crackers, either. :)

    Your story was very well done, and for some odd reason I've just been stricken by the near irresistible urge to pull out my cross stitch and get to work on it.

  40. All of my comments keep disappearing :( I did comment on this on the 25th when I got the email but I'll do it again. I loved your story and I love re-reading it again. I love all paranormal and I have read a few F/F but not many as most don't seem to "speak" to me as it were. They're too.. sweet if that makes sense? Heather Fortman "W"


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