Her books include DARKER EDGE OF DESIRE: GOTHIC TALES OF ROMANCE; THE WILDE PASSIONS OF DORIAN GRAY; NORMAL FOR NORFOLK (THE THELONIOUS T. BEAR CHRONICLES); THRONES OF DESIRE: EROTIC TALES OF SWORDS, MIST AND FIRE; PRIDE AND PREJUDICE: HIDDEN LUSTS; RED VELVET AND ABSINTHE: PARANORMAL EROTIC ROMANCE; IN SLEEPING BEAUTY'S BED: EROTIC FAIRY TALES; GETTING EVEN: REVENGE STORIES; SILK SHEETS: COLLECTED STORIES OF MITZI SZERETO; DYING FOR IT: TALES OF SEX & DEATH; WICKED: SEXY TALES OF LEGENDARY LOVERS; THE NEW BLACK LACE BOOK OF WOMEN'S SEXUAL FANTASIES; the EROTIC TRAVEL TALES anthology series; and THE WORLD’S BEST SEX WRITING 2005, with many titles available on Kindle, Nook, Kobo, iTunes and Audible Audio. Mitzi has pioneered the erotic writing workshop in the UK and mainland Europe, teaching them from the Cheltenham Festival of Literature to the Greek islands. She's also lectured in creative writing at several British universities. She’s been featured in publications ranging from the Sunday Telegraph, Independent, Times, Guardian, Observer, Toronto Star, The London Paper, Company Magazine, Dare Magazine, Family Circle, Writing Magazine, Scarlet Magazine, and Forum, to Bravo UK Television, Telecinco TV 5 (Madrid), Newstalk Ireland, FM4 ORF (Vienna), BBC Radio and Talk Radio Europe. Her anthology Erotic Travel Tales 2 is the first anthology of erotica to feature a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature.
I know it has been a long time, but thank you. I have just started a writing contract for a man who lives there in London....and you know I am one of the Writers Bureau writers.
Your projects seem impressive to me. Last week, two more outlets for my second novel have emerged but neither is the rather more obvious - many copies mailed out to publishers. I have no idea why not. I don't know if there is any connection with my handedness issue and having difficulty with something that is supposed to be easy or what.
How was your BBC thing?
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