Sensual Erotica for Discerning Readers

An interview with Max Sebastian


As well as being my editor and collaborator, Kenny is of course a very popular author of erotic fiction, particularly in the field of swinging and wife appreciation, with the same kind of romantic principles that drive my own stories. He’s been a huge influence for me in the last couple of years.

Many of you will no doubt be very familiar with his books, and you’ll be pleased to know that his next book is out on 20 November — a sequel to his thrilling and suspenseful Something Forbidden, called Nothing Forbidden. And it’s a real treat, I can tell you, and if you haven’t read the first book then you’re in for a double treat, I envy you. You can pre-order Nothing Forbidden here »

Anyway, check out the interview if you have a spare moment or two, on Kenny Wright’s website.


Meanwhile, rather frustratingly I’m still on my sick bed with a raging case of the flu. It’s not just man-flu either, since my wife’s been off work too, and baby is in quite a state.

One thing they don’t really tell you about being a new parent is that you’ll be more sick, more often than you have ever been in your life before. And now you have a baby to be sick with you, so you won’t get to relax or sleep while you recover.

So, progress on the writing has been a lot slower than I would have liked, I’m afraid. But, all being well once I’m back to health things should start moving again, pronto. Episode Five of A Killer of a One Night Stand is shaping up and should be with you at the end of the month. Episode Six — the concluding part of the series — should be available by the end of December.

Then, the following month hopefully I’ll have the sequel to my latest book, What’s Mine Is Yours, out as well.

Lots of great projects lined up for 2015, with more wife-sharing shorts and novels on the way, perhaps the occasional femdom story and probably another erotic serial novel since I’ve had a lot of fun with A Killer of a One Night Stand despite its relatively ambitious deadlines that I’ve been fairly terrible at meeting.

So, stay tuned and as ever, thanks for reading.

– Max

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Max Sebastian has been writing erotic fiction since 2001, starting out at the website before breaking into ebooks in 2011. He lives in London with his wife and two children.

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