Lucas X. Black has often said that guys like him are “dime a dozen” where he lives. Perhaps I should go out more and meet more people but still, I find him to be one of the most colorful and interesting writers I’ve ‘met’ during my self-publishing venture. His BDSM tales are laced with life experience, which gives them a sense of realism and that doesn’t make them less appealing or arousing to the mind and body. Here is your chance to meet him, touch his thoughts and get teased with his work so you can draw your conclusions.
Lucas X. Black is a lifelong dominant living in southern Texas, where he is engaged as a full-time writer. He is formerly a paramedic of many long years’ experience, and often incorporates that knowledge base into his writing. Away from home, he enjoys spicy and exotic foods, loves to fish, and loves going to the movies. In his home, behind the closed doors of his dungeon, he is a sadist and humorist, in love with eliciting a range of sensation and reaction from his oh, so willing victims …
Lilah: Hello Lucas, it’s a great pleasure to have you here as a guest. You must be sick to death with that question but tell us more about your transition from a paramedic into a full-time writer. When did you get interested in writing and how did you decide that is what you want to do?
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The Author Spotlight of Noir column has officially moved from Monday to Thursday and they’ll take place every week. My first Thursday guest is one of the loveliest, smartest and most free-spirited women I’ve ever had the pleasure to associate with. Ms. Naya Free. She is a Wicked Pen Writer and author of series of short stories. Naya combines a wonderful blend of touristic fun, hot, steamy sex, character development and exploration of contemporary women’s sexuality. Her novel Leone Nor: Five Girls is coming out on June 18th so why not make yourself acquainted with both Leone and Naya before that?
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I hope that you are somewhere out there and actually read and get excited whenever I surprise you by keeping my news and information on stories updated. In case you are, remember that I always appreciate hearing back and being reassured I’m not talking to myself.
So, 2015 has been a pretty good year for me. It was filled with both joy, pain, personal growth as well as loss. Certain people I really cared for left my life and others stepped in and brought me their friendship and support. Above all, I’m happy that I went back to writing and finally dared to enter the cutthroat world of self-publishing.
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