Sunday, February 15, 2015
I've been in the writing business long enough to know that delays are just something that happens. What I'm really saying is that I shouldn't have opened my big mouth and said that my next book, Hot Sex with the Mormons, would be ready by the beginning of February. Here it is the middle of the month and it's still not ready.
The important thing is that the book is good when it comes out. I know some people will think the title of the book is for shock value, and it is. I mean, I wrote two other books with the word "Fucking" in the title, so the title of my upcoming novel is pretty tame.
Hot Sex with the Mormons is a collection of short stories about Mormons and hot sex. I think the world needs this book because Mormons are thought of as these super uptight people. I can tell you from going on many dates with Mormon guys they are pretty damn horny. Think about it: how could they have so many kids if they aren't humping like gorillas?
Oh, and I've been in some positions where I have seen just how many married Mormon men have torrid affairs with other women... and men. It's the dirty little secret nobody wants to talk about. Sure, my book will be a work of fiction, but it will have its roots in reality.
My new book should be published sometime in the near future, and of course I'll post on here once it's ready!
Until next time,
Saturday, January 24, 2015
Well, there you have it, people, the cover of my new book! I'm hard at work putting the finishing touches on the thing, but in the meantime you can gawk at the cover and fantasize about what's inside.
Just in case you're wondering, the book is a collection of stories about Mormons having sex, of course! There are a variety of stories and scenarios, but all of them are hot, hot, hot!
Soon, I'll announce when the book is published. And be sure to look for more from me, because I've been a busy, naughty girl lately ;)
Tuesday, January 13, 2015
Those of you who have been with me since the beginning of my crazy time with this blog realize I've taken a break. Not only did I stop writing books for a while, but I also had my Twitter account shut down. Long story short, I used that time to evaluate what I'm doing and where I'm going.
And you also know that I'm back on Twitter and blogging again. And now, I'm working on a new book that's called Hot Sex With the Mormons. Actually, I've been working on it for a long time, but I'm pushing it toward publication, like really soon.
That means all the Molly Mormons and Peter Priesthoods should whip out that tube of KY they keep hidden under their bed and get ready for some awesome time with my erotic words and their left hand.
In case you can't tell from the title, it's a work of erotic fiction, and it's about Mormons. The book is a collection of short stories, some with longer orgasms than others, with each one highlighting Mormons going down the primrose path of seduction and carnal knowledge. In other words, it'll be a book people will read on their Kindle in church while acting like they're referencing the Doctrine and Covenants. Hopefully they sit in the back and excuse themselves when they can't take it anymore and need to finish things off in one of the bathroom stalls.
So get ready, because the book is making its way through the final stages of publication and soon will be out where everyone can enjoy it.
Saturday, January 10, 2015
I got the laugh and shock of my life when I read in the Salt Lake Tribune that TLC is forging in a new direction with its "reality" television programs. Apparently, one of its newest shows will be about gay Mormon men who are married to women, and one who wants to get married to one.
To say the whole thing's fucked up is putting it way too lightly. These guys are attracted to men but refuse to call themselves gay, and so do their wives. I know, you're probably thinking what I did: "Isn't being attracted to men the very definition of gay?"
While I was shocked and humored at first, I quickly realized that I had known some people like them while going to BYU. At the time I thought it was odd, but now I realize that such relationships are the symptom of a sick culture that really screws with people's minds. The men somehow think they can "fix" themselves by not acting gay, even thought that's what they are. The women somehow think they're doing this divine service by being with a guy who likes men.
Sexual dysfunction is common amongst Mormons, or so I've been told by psychiatrists in Utah and a friend of mine who's a sex therapist. These people on the show are splitting hairs, saying the men aren't gay but are just SSA (same sex attracted) because gay is a lifestyle and they can choose to not act on their attractions. By TLC airing this bullshit, they could potentially be luring other people into this stupid trap. Hopefully the public realizes how fucked up these people are, but it worries me.
This attitude isn't exclusive to Mormons, but it does help to know the background to understand why these men and women are behaving like this. Mormon leaders in the past have said all sorts of stupid-ass things about sexuality, including that homosexuality is akin to pedophilia and bestiality. One leader, who is still around and shoots his mouth off constantly (his last name rhymes with "pecker") has said that masturbating leads young men into a life of homosexuality. If that were the case, the vast majority of men would be gay! Oh the stupidity!
By the way, whatever happened to TLC being The Learning Channel? Its programming has gone to shit, and this latest show is showing a new all-time low.
Wednesday, January 7, 2015
Monday, December 29, 2014
Why is Utah so Mormon? It's a question plenty of people ask, and surprisingly few have any real idea about the answer. I'm not an historian, but I did do rather well in my history classes (including in college, thank you) plus I've read quite a few books on history, including the quirky, weird-ass history of this beloved state (Utah, that is).
Quite a few people who live in Utah have no idea that it used to be part of Mexico, along with Arizona, Nevada, California, Colorado, and New Mexico. When the United States won the war with Mexico, it also won this area. From what I recall of history, there weren't too many Mexicans living in the area, so other than some pesky Native Americans here was pretty much wide open territory.
Well, Brigham Young had the task of getting all of the Mormons out of the modern Midwestern United States since there was a lot of fighting and such going on there. Despite what I was taught growing up, the violence and other atrocities were far from one-sided, as Mormons were raped and slaughtered by mobs, and Mormons formed mobs to rape and slaughter non-Mormons.
Brigham Young saw Utah as a promised land because it was so desolate and remote it wouldn't be attractive to others. There was even a giant lake of salt by where the Mormons first settled, which made it even less desirable. Here, the men were able to marry multiple women, act like jackasses, and be controlling without anyone else to really stop them. Oh, there were Native Americans, but they were fairly easily killed when there was a good excuse to do just that.
As more and more Mormons filtered into the state, Utah built up a reputation for being a Mormon Mecca, if you will. Mormon converts in Europe were coming across the Atlantic and pretty much straight to here as Brigham Young called everyone to this "promised land." There were some who were in California when gold was found, and they told Brigham Young how great things were there with the ocean, lush greenery, mountains, etc. Young told them to get back to Utah or they would be excommunicated, because that's how he rolled.
Today, Utah is somewhere between about 50 to 60 percent Mormon, depending on who you ask. Now, that's counting people who are "Mormon" but drink coffee, enjoy a beer regularly, and haven't been to church in 20 years. According to my husband, who served in several leadership level positions in the LDS church, most wards are doing well if their activity rate (or the ratio of people who live in the ward boundaries versus who actually attends church regularly) is at 50 percent. So let's just say that the average ward in Utah is at that level, that would mean about 25 to 30 or so percent of the state of Utah is active Mormon. That's still a good chunk of the population, but these people engage in something called a false consensus.
In a false consensus, the members of a minority population surrounds themselves with people just like them. Because they don't associate with a cross section of the actual population, they begin to think that most people are like them and their friends. Mormons love to clump together, as do many groups, and that makes them think that few people in Utah aren't Mormon. The reality is that the liquor stores in many areas are way busy, there's a surprising number of people shopping or going to restaurants on Sundays, and non-garment standard clothing sells well around here.
In other words, Utah might be the most Mormon state in the Union, but it's not nearly as Mormon as some people might think.
Saturday, December 27, 2014
The sexiness is back! After taking a long break, I've decided to return and take up the torch where I left off. After writing my first two books about my life as a Mormon, including my time as a Mormon missionary, I've found that many Mormons just don't care for me at all. In fact, a group of them got together and found a way to get my account on Twitter shut down.
I admit I was mad as fuck and for a while there just wanted to be done with everything. I've received death threats, rape threats, and all sort of other stupid threats from Mormons and their "friends" in my email. But, after seeing so much bullshit going on recently with the Mormon church, I've decided to press on.
What that means is I'm moving forward with some new books. I've been writing some fiction stories that involve Mormons and some incredibly erotic situations. It's a lot of fun to write, so look for some news in the near future about upcoming releases. In the meantime, here are some sexy photos to get you in the mood.