Special Guest Meg Maguire

I’m squeeing in excitement over having special guest Meg Maguire today! The Raunch Dilettante is the 2nd stop on the Strangers on a Train blog tour, and Meg stopped by to answer some questions. Thanks for stopping by, Meg! Where did the Strangers on a Train idea originate?  I believe the origin myth begins with the “Hot […]

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Q&A with Tiffany Reisz

I’m super excited to present The Raunch Dilettante’s first author appearance!  And how much cooler can it get when its a Q&A with Tiffany Reisz, the author of one of my favorite books of 2012.  Hi Tiffany!  Thanks for stopping by The Raunch Dilettante. Can’t wait to get into some nitty gritty with you about The […]

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Bared and Buzzing Giveaway

Here’s your chance to get your hands on a hot book and a good time!  I’m celebrating my new endeavor as a Pure Romance consultant, and I’m super excited to tie in my love of raunchy and romantic fiction with bedroom accessories.  To kick it off, I’m giving away this SUPAH FUN package I’m calling […]

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QOTW – The Siren by Tiffany Reisz

This week’s passage is from The Siren by Tiffany Reisz. Zach read the words one more time trying all the while to ignore the annoyingly pleasant image of Nora Sutherlin caressing his naked hips with her mouth. “Ive noticed you usually shy away from long descriptive passages in your book, ” he said. “I know people think erotica […]

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Quote of the Week

This week’s quote is from Sylvia Day’s Bared to You.  It’s straight up pornographic. And it’s awesome.  HA-CHA-CHA! You are officially forewarned. His smile was both wicked and delighted,and it made my chest tight. “I want to feel my cum in you when I fuck you with my fingers. I want you to feel my cum in […]

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Book Smarts: Your Smut is Making You Dumb

An article posted March 26th, 2012 in The Atlantic by author Maura Kelly challenges us to commit to a Slow-Books Manifesto.  The idea is this: read 30 minutes a day, every day, mostly classics, to enrich your brainpower and ultimately your life.  Anything non-literary doesn’t count.  That means newspapers, magazines, non-fiction, or foo-foo reading don’t count […]

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