A Spank In Time – Blushing Mischief #asmsg AND #Oct #Erotica

Spank in Time Cover

It has been quite a year for me and my writer buddies. What started as a friendly dabble into the erotica pool, has led us down some pretty interesting paths this year.  To step back a little, sometime in 2012, three writing buddies and myself decided to pull together a small erotic anthology. The founding members of the writing group were A C Masterson, Jill Glass, A T Quinn, and me, P J Perryman. It was meant to be  nothing more than a little bit of fun really, kind of an aside to the other genres we each were individually writing.  Nevertheless – the result was the works of Blushing Mischief. Our first book, Thrill of the Hunt, was delayed on the publishing floor, and the book above, A Spank In Time, though written later, became our first release.

The production of A Spank in Time saw the addition of two new members to the fold; Sadie Dane and Sara Peal.  The group remained unchanged for the publication of our third release, The Spanks You Missed.

They say the proof of the acorn is in the tree. From that small beginning, four of the group have gone on to publish full novellas and novels, and in time, I suspect, every one in the group will have done the same. Its amazing what a little project can lead to. And not one of us can say where this adventure will end. Personally, I have enjoyed the journey…so far.  Between you, me, and the goal posts, I’m still traveling…

Anyway, enough with the nostalgia; the following is an extract from A Spank In Time.  The book is currently available at Blushing Books, Amazon and Barnes and Noble. We hope to see you there!

by P J Perryman

I knew him during those hot bohemian days before the war. Pleasure was our sole pastime then, for the sound of jack
boots on the Champs Elysees had yet to pollute the air. Elegant women in bonnets
and tweed strolled through the cobbled streets by day, drinking wine in the
street cafes, idly passing the hours in the midst of gossip and scandal.

By night we floated gracefully through the ballrooms of Paris, dressed
in fine silk and satin, spinning in merry circles on highly-polished marble
floors. Night after night we waltzed while dreaming of passion and falling in

One night in particular, drunk with youth and more than a little
champagne, I slipped away from the ballroom and headed for the great library,
the promise of a little quiet, and a large, comfortable chair. The music faded
as I closed the great oak door. Once it was shut, I lowered my head to its great
panels and breathed in the scent of the aged wood. A tiny giggle escaped my lips
as I thought of the young men who tried to woo me, who sought me and badgered me
for my attention. Thus far, I’d succumbed to none of them.

A familiar voice startled me out of my girlish fantasies. “Ah, Gabrielle. There I was,
thinking about you. Now, here you are.”

I turned to see Enri sitting in the very chair I sought. The owner of the house was dressed formerly in a dinner
jacket, which he wore well, having a natural ease and certain je ne sais quoi.
He smoked a cigar, which he held loosely in one hand propped on the arm of the
chair, careless of where the ash fell. I lowered my eyes and stared at the dense
weave of the patterned carpet and felt the blood rush to my cheeks which burned
hotter than any fire. I never knew why he affected me so, but my mouth was so
dry that I was unable to greet him as a well-bred lady should.

Enri studied me, and I was helpless under his gaze. “I watched you in the ballroom,”
Enri said. The edge of his mouth curled slightly — was he laughing at me? “You
have a lot of admirers.”

Thank you for reading;


AKA P J Perryman

Djinn’s Desire by Jill Glass – (with review by P J Perryman) #Blushing Books #Erotica


It is with incredible delight I get to showcase this next book, Djinn’s Desire by Jill Glass.  I have known this author for just over a year, and I have rarely met anyone so dedicated to both the written word and the support of her fellow writers.



Djinn’s Desire was released by Blushing Books earlier today  and is the author’s first solo publication. it is the story of a Djinn (or genii), who must find the object that controls both him and his magic. If he fails he remains a slave to it forever. In traditional literature this object is a lamp, though in Glass’s story, Khalil’s power is hidden in a lost locket. The story begins when his search is over, and he finds the locket around the neck of a beautiful waitress working in a coffee shop. Through artful seduction, he recovers the lost locket, only to find he cannot live without this intriguing girl by his side. But this is just the beginning, for he is not the sole Djinn on the scene, and his enemy would secure the power of the locket for his own, malicious purposes. Inadvertently, the girl’s fears and compassions may result in Khalil’s downfall, but if you want to know why, I’m afraid you’re just going to have to buy this book.

This is a very imaginative, creative, erotic, urban fantasy. Glass delves deep into her characters’ motivations, and the result is as engaging as it is erotic. She has a strong and original voice, with an undercurrent of humor which as a reader I found irresistible. I think this book will appeal to intelligent readers looking for something above and beyond the typical shenanigans of the erotica genre. In every regard, Jill Glass does not disappoint.

The following blurb comes directly from the publishers site:

Khalil, an age old Djinn, has searched for the key to his freedom for years. He
finds it hanging round the neck of a coffee shop girl he has fancied for weeks.
For a demon, recovering such a trinket should be easy, but even Djinn can be
fools in love. He decides to let her keep it, thinking all would be well. But
when a rival Djinn comes calling, he must protect what he holds dear, or lose
both his love and his freedom forever.

Other Important links:

Link to the book: Djinn’s Desire

Link to publisher’s site: Blushing Books

Jill’s Blog –Glass Fantasies –  Fleeting and fragile

Jill Glass on Facebook – Click here

Jill Glass on Twitter – Click here

Jill Glass

Thank you for reading,


AKA P J Perryman




Sadie wants in your E-reader

Saucy Sadie

It’s official, Pursued by the Knight is on Amazon and B&N sitting there, waiting for you to come and say hello.

Amazon link is here

Barnes and Noble link is here

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Princess Georgianna has given up on the possibility of love. Her kingdom is starving, her people dying, and the responsibility of saving them falls on the shoulders of the young princess. Georgianna accepts the dismal future that is sure to come with her union to the cruel, yet wealthy, Prince Lisben. 

But when she is seduced into an impulsive affair with the demanding Knight General Braden and it becomes more than she believed possible, she suddenly finds herself fleeing under his protection. Georgianna must rely on Braden to protect her body, but who will protect her heart?

In case you want a little taste before you do some clicking:

Chapter 1

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The Muses Gather in A World of Romance – the collective works of #ASMSG Writers #Romance

Like many authors out there, erotica is not the only thing I write. I write many genres, from children’s literature (under a different name of course,) to fantasy, to mystery, to romantic comedy. When I begin a new story, it usually starts with the nucleus of an idea; and after a few days, if the idea hasn’t vaporized, then I sit down and begin. Every writer goes about it differently. Me, I like to just think about what I want to say, and usually figure out the ending before I put pen to paper (or more accurately fingers to keys.) Others just start writing, and see where the journey takes them. Its all good. Whatever gets the job done.

Shameless plug for me: My story is Franny's Christmas Fairy Twinkle.

Shameless plug for me: My story is Franny’s Christmas Fairy Twinkle.

What baffles me, and maybe its a mystery to other writers as well, but where do these ideas hail from? I can wake up in the morning with an empty head (as I often do,) and within a short period of time I have created a feisty new heroine, or a fierce villain,  or even an entire world of crazy, unexpected things.The ancient Greeks personified this phenomenon in the idea of the Muses, and their inspirational assistance has been called on by Milton, Shakespeare, Chaucer, and perhaps even E L James?!?!?! Whatever, not going there.

Muses like erotica - that's why they strut about in the buff!

Muses like erotica – that’s why they strut about in the buff!

I was talking today to a lady, who shall remain anonymous, and she told me her husband always wanted to write, but could never come up with any ideas. On the other hand, I’ve met a bucket-load of people who have ideas, but who haven’t the time, patience or desire to bring these ideas to life.  So there must be some kind of magic in the people that experience both, and bring it all together in the form of a novel, don’t you think?  I know I’m hard working, motivated, not to mention sexy, and a total slave to the word. I also know some very talented people who can write a beautiful paragraph or two when the mood takes them.

But none of this, in itself, is enough to bring on the magic. There is something god-like in the creation of a sparkly new story. I’m not just thinking of the making-things-up-as you-go part; but the whole fragile mystery of the creativity behind it.  There is an indescribable beauty in the seed of inspiration, that forever leaves me in awe. When I got home from work tonight, I read a few stories in the new asmsg (authors social media support group) anthology, A World of Romance. I confess I haven’t yet read all of its offerings, but the sample I did read left me dazzled by the diversity of the human mind. So many gifted writers, so many ways of bringing  a story to life, it was truly inspirational.

Shameless plug for me number two: My story is Franny's Christmas Fairy Twinkle.

Shameless plug for me number two: My story is Franny’s Christmas Fairy Twinkle.

If you want to see what I’m talking about, click on the book and it will take you where you need to go. The book is entirely free, and if you’d like to see more of a particular author (say, me, for example) then there are links in the back to take you to that authors web page or blog. Think about it. Within its pages are the fruits of those muses; some will make you laugh, some will make you sigh, but all will make you think about something. And that is what we’re all about, in the end. Isn’t it?

Thanks for reading, friend.


AKA P J Perryman

New Release – Pursued by The Knight by Sadie Dane – (With review by P J Perryman) #asmsg AND #Sept

Blushing Books - Book Cover

Every now and then something special drifts out of the oceanic abyss and floats gently onto the waiting shore. Pursued by the Knight is my kind of erotica. Sadie Dane focuses on the telling of a great story; the erotica is there to enhance that story, not just to titillate.

Pursued by the Knight tells the tale of a woman’s internal conflict; Georgianna must marry a man she despises for the good of her people and thereby ensures the security of her father’s kingdom.  Resigned to her fate, she doesn’t expect his most valiant knight to seduce and capture her heart. Resonant of the good old days of Guinevere, King Arthur and Lancelot, I think you will love this tale of passion and deception. Sadie Dane has a unique and original voice, and her writing style holds your attention to the very last, heated page.  I won’t drop any spoilers, but, as with all gifted novelists, she writes a wonderful twist at the end; one that inspires and uplifts the reader, while remaining consistent with the story before it.

Pursued by the Knight is currently available on the Blushing Books website and will shortly be released on Amazon. At only $2,99 it is a well-priced book, written in a superior style, and I think once you read this, you’ll be as anxious as I am for Sadie Dane’s next offering.

Click on the following key links:

The book

Blushing Books website

Sadie Dane’s Blog – Saucy Sadie

Like her on Facebook

Sadie’s Twitter Account

Happy reading,


AKA P J Perryman

Come and See My Franny! For Free!!! #asmsg AND #Sept

Franny on the BeachFranny5FrannymoonFranny on a Broom

Okay, okay, shameless nudity used to promote my naughty stories! But let’s face it, there’s so much of it about these days, and I lovely drawing the female form!

If anyone hasn’t already, please ogle my Man Spell shorts scattered throughout this blog.  My character, Franny is waiting – and when last I counted, I think I had about eight Man Spell shorts to warm your cockles.  You’ll be glad you did!


Happy Reading and thanks for visiting,



…I Wouldn’t Want to Deny You Anything…

The Good, The Bad and The Not So Sexy

“Of course! I wouldn’t want to…

“…deny you anything you really want to do, Milly. Because that would be wrong.”

Milly smiled to herself, glad he saw things her way. “I really really want this job, Mr. Huntington.”

His eyebrows rose and then drew down into a frown. “I see what you did there.” He pondered it, his gaze on her breasts to help him…

Finally Slayde is looking at Milly’s boobs! That bastard! Did Milly’s clever little plan work? Did it not? Find out later!


A T Quinn

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P. J. Perryman’s A Bride for Lord Esher

Anna Zabo,
Thank you!

Anna Zabo

Another of my AbsoluteWrite forum friends has a new book out! Give it up for P.J. Perryman!

A Bride for Lord EsherA Bride for Lord Esher

The blurb

During a drinking bout with a bridal party, Lord Robert Esher makes a foolish bet to marry the inn-keepers daughter. His companion, a mischievous friend from his childhood, ensures the bargain is kept.

When Esher rises the next morning, he finds he is married to Chastity, a comely wench, her virtue sold for a few guineas by her father. Despite asking the church and King George for an annulment, Esher can’t undo what has been done before God.

But his ever jealous friends are insulted by the association with such a low-born woman. In an act of spite, one woman plants a brooch in Chastity’s chamber, hoping to ruin her reputation. When Chastity is accused of stealing, Esher puts her aside, so she flees to…

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I have a poodle… #asmsg #erotica

More naughtiness from Milly and Slade…

The Good, The Bad and The Not So Sexy

Last time on The Good, The Bad, and the Not So Sexy…
The corners of his mouth twisted up. “I think you heard me, sweetheart.”

“…have a poodle at home. I suppose the color would work well on that little fluff muffin. Perhaps you’d like to pet him?” She removed the velcro collar and slipped it into her designer bag, careful not to catch her arrest-me-red nails on the clasp.

“Better, sweetheart.” Slayde smiled and stroked his fingers under her chin. “You know, perhaps later, maybe you’d come over to my place and suck…”

Will Slayde ever pet Milly’s poodle? What does he have against this particular shade of blue? To find out the answer to this and much more, stay tuned for Sadie’s post…

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That bastard!

And now from the lovely AT Quinn…

The Good, The Bad and The Not So Sexy

“Milly, I just…”


“…can’t stand that color on you.” His fingers toyed with her collar. “Take it off.”


Milly blinked, and blinked again. She must have heard him wrong. Slayde Huntington IV had a reputation for boning everything that moved, but surely he wouldn’t hump her. Perhaps he truly couldn’t abide this particular tasteful shade of navy. “Pardon?”


The corners of his mouth twisted up. “I think you heard me, sweetheart.”




What will Milly tell him? Will she prove to be a strong, confident woman? Will she melt into a puddle? Isn’t Slayde Huntington IV a bit of a cad?

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