A little over three weeks away from being in Bristol for Eroticon 2014, and I am more than thrilled to be going there! I have been to Eroticon in the UK and the US, and it was awesome. I never would have thought that a career in erotica would have me traveling the world like I have. But it has, and I am just…thrilled!
Raised on a steady diet Kathleen E. Woodiwiss and Rosemary Rogers, my mother told me about these classic romances long before I was allowed to even read them in front of her. It was cherished and treasured bonding between us, and I still cannot stop reading Shanna. Like my mom said, she could open it up at any point, and read it all over again.
I told stories since before I wrote them, and editing comes with the territory. Anais Nin was the vehicle for why I do what I do, and why I love erotica so much as a genre. How many novels did I skim for the good bits when I was a little girl?!
What is your name?
F. Leonora Solomon
What are you most nervous of about Eroticon 2014?
I was not nervous at either Eroticon, and do not expect to be this time either. It’s really nice to meet people who I have only ever seen online, so sometimes I am a wee bit starstruck!
What do you hope to get from Eroticon 2014?
I think what I have enjoyed most about Eroticon is I have gone places I had never been before to meet like-minded people. That is the best thing about a conference like this, everyone is on the same page and I learn so much.
What is your bad erotica writer’s pen name?
J. Q. Orificeicle
C’est tout pour moi, see more Eroticon attendees’ introductions here.