Wednesday, 27 November 2013

Latest Release: Underground Erotica (Anthology: coming December 1st 2013)

Going dark... going sexy... going tasty teasers with tales from... Underground Erotica.

Anthology: Underground Erotica
Release Date: December 1st 2013
Short story title: Original Sin
Author: Jack L. Pyke (plus Maryn Blackburn, Karenna Colcroft, C.P. Foster, Lauren Gallagher, Erin Lark, Kate Lowell, and Cleo Peitsche)
Price: $3.99 (All proceeds go to Absolute Write, a writing community) Pre-order at All Romance Ebooks

I've put an early Christmas order in for the guy on this cover *whistles*. But Don't be fooled, although he's got a lovely lady by his side here, my short story "Original Sin" is very much pure male on male erotica. 

Original Sin. The reason why there's honour amongst thieves.
Barely touching his early twenties, Connor's opted for the safe life, just needing to make it through the factory work week without screwing up. But after being left in the middle of nowhere by his boss, Connor's only way to get back is to carjack a ride home.
Problem is, he’s not the only one with his eye on this particular prize. And this other watcher, he comes with a hell of a lot more experience at taking what isn’t his. Tonight, for screwing up his plans, Connor's about to be shown why you never sin against an original sinner.
And for a taste of what else is in store:

Welcome to the Underground!

The erotica authors of the Absolute Write are taking you underground—sometimes literally, sometimes figuratively. Karenna Colcroft’s haunting story gives sex in public an unexpected twist, and Erin Lark makes waiting out a storm into something special—and hot!— before Kate Lowell draws you deep into a cave for a steamy encounter. Lauren Gallagher sends you back to the 1930s for some gambling, bootlegging, and a little forbidden ménage, while Maryn Blackburn brings two enemies together in the wintery depths of World War II.

If you’re in the mood for something extra spicy, you’ll love how C.P. Foster opens up a very new world for a curious barmaid. And stick around because Cleo Peitsche and Jack L. Pyke keep the kink coming.

Come join us—but fair warning. Once you go underground, you may never want to come back…

All proceeds from this anthology benefit the Absolute Write online community.

Wednesday, 20 November 2013

Antidote: Release Update

This is just a quick update on Antidote's release date. I've had word that we're tentatively re-scheduled for February 2014.

The audio excerpt from Antidote is still scheduled for December 21st 2013, and it's still coming at you free from the Goodreads BDSM Group's Bedtime Stories. (Free, one of my favourite words :) ). If you're not a member there, a link will be availble from here seven days after release on the Goodreads' site.

Monday, 18 November 2013

BDSM Week: Guest Post at Boys in our Books

Guest Author Post at BioB
The lovely ladies over at Boys In Our Books are hosting a BDSM Week over on their reviewing blog this week. Today I'm guest posting and going over my first BDSM experience! Scary.

*Chuckles*  Okay, it's my first BDSM reading experience, but it's still scary, okay.

There's a host of other author guest posts taking place this week, including the gorgeous Lynn Kelling, Lisa Henry. Kim Dare, JP Barnaby and so many more authors who delve into BDSM authorship.

Be great to see you over there to see what everyone's talking about.

For those interested, here's the link to Boys in our Books.

Saturday, 2 November 2013

Cover Reveal: Antidote. Introduction to The Society of Masters.

I'd seen the mock-up to this cover last week, and (grinning ear-to-ear) I'd fallen in love with the tone. So seeing the final version this morning came as such a wicked surprise, especially seeing the symbol at the bottom of the right hand cover there.  

The Society of Masters... whips... it all looks and sounds so, so... secret and sexy. I'll explain in a minute, but first: 

Antidote (blurb):

It should have stayed firmly in the past.

Video footage of Jack Harrison sleeping with Cutter, a man who has mutilated teenagers, should have stayed dead and buried with the man who had filmed it. Yet when footage to Jack’s past starts appearing on Internet porn sites, Jack’s whole world is again turned on its head. At first the porn links are done to unsettle, to disrupt Jack’s fire and ice world: all the sexed-up adrenaline of being caught between the pleasure to Gray Raoul's BDSM kink, and the gentleness of Jan Richards’ vanilla touch. But when the content of the porn sites force even Gray to turn his back on Jack, leaving Jack isolated and away from the full protection of the Master’s Circle, Jack is left at the mercy of a group of men who are out to alter Jack’s whole perception on his BDSM lifestyle.
As brutally as possible, Jack’s sex life is now live webcam feed for a whole new audience.

Antidote's cover is pretty special to me, partly because it's the sequel to Don't..., but also because of that symbol on the cover. If you have a sneak peek at Ms. Kelling's new cover to Forgive Us, just down there to the right hand corner, it carries one too.

The Society of Masters represents everything behind mine and Lynn Kelling's shared-world project (between Don't and Deliver Us). It also means that every project concerning the Society of Masters will come with a variant of this symbol: a whip circling the name of our realm: The Society of Masters (or SM for short).

Antidote will be the introduction to the SoM, briefly setting the scene for Ms. Kelling's Forgive Us (book #3 to Deliver Us). Ms. Kelling's novel will be the main setting for the shared-worlds to begin with, with Jack, Jan, and Gray taking a trip over to America. My Don't #3 novel will then see Trace, Gabe, and Dare come over to English shores. Other tie-in projects are also in the making.

Every time I take a step back and look at all of the possibilities to this Society, it frustrates me that I can't write all of the ideas down quickly enough. I need more hands, and I need more time, because the opportunity and ways to connect the worlds are limitless. And as an author, I love the drive and passion that it is instilling. 

Antidote coming soon: