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Decadent Decem-brr Reads #Giveaway

Welcome to the Decadent Decem-brr Reads
Kindle Giveaway! 
Multiple chances to enter, all month long – grand prize is a Kindle e-Reader plus a $15 Amazon gift card to start filling it!
·GRAND PRIZE – Kindle eReader + $15 Amazon gift card
·1st PRIZE – $50 Amazon gift card (1 winner)
·2nd PRIZE – $25 Amazon gift card (1 winner)
·3rd PRIZE – $10 Amazon gift card (1 winner)
·4th PRIZE – $5 Amazon gift card (1 winner)
·5th Various swag items (3 winners – US only)
Click HERE to enter
And please join our FaceBook Party
December 9
for more chances to win!



We Are So Ready!

2010 will be the year of the e-book reader according to an article in TheStreet.com today. Already demand has outstripped supply, and if we decide to get ourselves a Nook from Barnes & Noble, it won’t ship until the 4th of January. That’d be in time for an Aquarian birthday (his), but not Christmas.

How to choose? The article says price is a huge factor. This year the lowest price is predicted to be $199 through the holiday season. I’d buy one, at that price – would you? Gartner’s says prices “must drop closer to $99 to drive significant take up.” But we’re thinking we don’t want to wait that long.

Will readers care about what file formats the e-book readers can accommodate? Right now the Kindle is proprietary – it can only handle the Kindle file format, available exclusively at Amazon.com. Kindle owners looking for Adriana Kraft have to land on our Amazon.com page to access any of our books, but we have a half dozen that haven’t been converted yet. The Nook accepts a wider range of formats, and twelve of our titles are already available in e-book format on our Barnes & Noble page. That’s a start, but I’d like a reader that can download books from Whiskey Creek Torrid, Extasy Books, Fictionwise and All Romance E- Books. If the Nook can do that, I’m game!

Another thing I like about the Nook (from its promo materials, at least) is the option to store books on the device as well as store them on a hyperspace bookshelf at Barnes & Noble. That way I won’t have to always have wireless or internet access to read my books.

We’re still researching the options, with a month left until Christmas – how about you? These are exciting times for an e-pubbed erotic romance author!


We’re going mainstream now!

Porn and erotica on Oprah? How fabulous! I was at work today and unable to watch the show, but I’m picking up great coverage on twitter and the blogs – thank you, Oprah, for recognizing what women increasingly are bold to claim for ourselves: the full range of our sexuality, freedom to read and watch what turns us on, and dreams (or better) of sharing it with our partners. Here’s a quote from Chicago Examiner coverage of the segment: “Something’s going on in bedrooms across America,” Oprah says. “It has been reported that 1 in 3 consumers of online porn in our country are now women.”

Over on Oprah’s page, there’s a beginner’s guide to the five things you need to explore your sensual side, put together by Kari Kriser and Cheryl Sloane, co-owners of Chicago’s G Boutique. Are you ready? The items are (1) lingerie, (2) sex toys, (3) lubricant, (4) adult videos and – keep scrolling – Yes! #(5) is erotic books! They even advise (as both halves of Adriana so often do) “Read them out loud to your lover. It can be so stimulating.”

Our only suggestion? Add e-books to the list of print books – especially since Oprah’s come out in support of the Kindle reader. Twelve of our erotic romance titles are currently available in Kindle format at Amazon.com , with many more to come. A perfect holiday present for the lover in your life!

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