Saturday, April 12, 2014
Spanking Stories, a Lesbian Sherlock Holmes and FemDom Erotica at April Between the Covers Erotic Reading
Riverdale, New York – April 9, 2014 – Riverdale Avenue Books, the innovative hybrid publisher, will host erotic writers Cassandra Park, D.L. King, and Debra Hyde as readers for their signature erotica and erotic romance reading series “Between the Covers” at An Bael Bocht Café. The monthly series features best-selling authors the second Monday of every month, as well as their signature Dirty Word Raffle for free books and prizes.
The April reading will feature the work of D.L. King, who will be reading from her recently published short story collection, Her Wish is Your Command: Twenty-One Erotic FemDom Stories; Debra Hyde, Lambda-Award winning author of Of White Snakes and Misshapen Owls, the first in the Charlotte Olmes mystery series, and Cassandra Parks, whose previous work included It’s Supposed to Hurt and My First Spanking.
“Between the Covers” features a unique dirty word raffle where each participants is encouraged to write their favorite dirty word on a piece of paper (with initials because dirty minds think alike). The April 14th reading will feature raffle prizes from hipsandcurves.com corsets (a $150 value), DudeWipes, as well as books by the authors and much more.
The reading series is held at Bael Bocht Café, near the Riverdale Avenue Books’ company’s headquarters, to entice erotica lovers located in upper Manhattan, the Bronx, Westchester, New Jersey and Connecticut to attend. The writer-friendly Irish café, An Beal Bocht, 445 W. 238th St. is a wonderful location, accessible by the No. 1 train.
“Authors of erotica and erotic romance don’t often get the chance to read at the local bookstore or library, so we are pleased to offer an opportunity for them to mingle with their fans, “ said Lori Perkins, Publisher of Riverdale Avenue Books and an a erotica author herself. “And since Fifty Shades of Grey has sold 300 million copies world-wide, we know there are a lot of fans out there.”
For more information on this series, please visit http://betweenthecoversnyc.wordpress.com