I have two essays in this wonderful book! I’m cross-posting a pretty cool offer from the Editor, Ms, Taormino. Continue reading to find out how you can get a free copy of the book in exchange for a book review!
I am really, really proud of my latest book, The Ultimate Guide to Kink: BDSM, Role Play and the Erotic Edge. There have been a bunch of reviews posted online in the last few weeks, and they all have one thing in common. They begin like this (I’m paraphrasing): “I am not kinky, I am not a leatherperson, I am not into BDSM, it’s totally not my thing, but, that said, The Ultimate Guide to Kink is…”
Listen, book reviewers don’t only reviews books on their favorite subjects. I love to read books about things that I don’t necessarily have a personal connection to. And I sincerely appreciate when people take the time to read my books and write thoughtful reviews about them. But that said, I would like some kinky people, even kink-curious people, to review The Ultimate Guide to Kink. I just think they’d have a different perspective than folks who aren’t kinky. So, if you are kinky or genuinely kink-curious (and please define these terms for yourself) and want a free copy of the book in exchange for an Amazon review, email me at tristan at puckerup.com with subject line Amazon Reviewer. Give me the following information:
- Your name
- Your Amazon reviewer account name
- Mailing address (or I can send a pdf, let me know your preference)
- A link to one or more of your Amazon reviews*
- Tell me if you are interested in reviewing future books of mine, and indicate which you prefer: lesbian erotica, trans/genderqueer erotica, general erotica, sex/how to, kink books, non-fiction/essays, LGBT/queer themed books. This way I can put you on a permanent list to receive my books for review as soon as they come out.
I’ll send you the book if you agree to post your review on Amazon.com within six weeks of receiving it.
*Here’s the thing: I need some level of assurance that a) you are not a right wing, homophobic nutjob hell bent on trashing my books and b) you’ve reviewed books on Amazon before and you’re likely to post a review. Otherwise, this whole exercise is futile.