This month has been fairly quiet for me, writing wise, as I’ve been working on setting my goals for writing and publishing this year.
One of my writing resolutions for 2015 includes writing more nonfiction books, as I know these tend to sell better than fiction, so I’ve been taking a class taught by Kristen Eckstein, aka The Book Ninja.
If you know anything at all about me, you know that I am a sucker for ninjas – both real and imaginary. Kristen has been publishing books for years, both in print and ebook formats, so she’s got plenty of ninja skills to share. I’ve been taking her Kindle in 30 Challenge, and as a result I’ve been developing some ideas for a couple of series that I plan to write.
What I’m currently working on is my first series, which I’ve dubbed the Sexy Self-Help series. These titles are aimed at helping people overcome problems with their love lives, covering all kinds of issues surrounding relationships with a humorous tone and plenty of actionable tips. For instance, some of the titles I’ve come up with include:
- BDSM on a Budget
- Missionary No More: Sexual Positions Set to Thrill
- Kink for Couples: Exploring Fetishes and Fantasies With Your Lover
- No More F*ing Weirdos: Online Dating for People Who Are Sick of Drama, Delusions, and Douchebags
I’ve decided to re-release my book, How to Suck Better, as the first title in this series, and will be adding more material to this quick-and-dirty guide soon. I’ll also be adding an oral sex book for guys, to cover all the bases, but I’m still brainstorming titles for that one.
If you want to dive right into this series, I’ve recently released the second book, Play With Me: Sex Toys from A to Z, which is currently available on Amazon for just 99¢. Go grab it before I bump up the price!
Finally, if you’ve got any other ideas you’d like to see me turn into a book in the Sexy Self-Help series, please let me know. You can email me to ask me any questions you’ve got about love, relationships, sex, finding a date, or anything else that relates to those general topics, and I’ll write a book about it. How cool is that?
Looking forward to hearing from you soon!