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The Erotofluidic Age Paperback – June 24, 2015
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About the Author
Vinnie Tesla has worked (or at least drawn a paycheck) as a whitewater guide, information architect, bicycle deliveryman (by, not of), porn video reviewer, and desktop publisher. His purchase, in adolescence, of a mass-market paperback of The Pearl was undoubtedly the pivotal event that turned him towards his calling as a fake Victorian pornographer. His subsequent internship at Circlet Press was just the icing on the cake. He has an intermittent blog at journal.vinnietesla.com and a bunch of free fiction online at vinnietesla.com/stories, including Victim/Victorian, the pornographic novella to which The Erotofluidic Age is a prequel.
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This book is also sexier than a lot of erotica I've read, and boasts plot and setting that does more than just prop up the sex.
I can't really recommend this book enough (except that it gets awkward in casual conversation). If you like steampunk, read it. If you like sexy erotica, read it. If you like funny erotica, read it. This is one of those books that doesn't get deleted from my Kindle after I finish reading it.
I bought a copy of it when I was feeling down and out. A little Tesla, I figured, was exactly what I needed to cheer me up. And it was so true! Within a few pages, I was both laughing and turned on. That's difficult balance to strike, and Tesla does it perfectly, like a frickin' tightrope walker. There is a lot of Victorian outrage ("MADAM! I dare say!"), social awkwardness, wonderfully imagery and vivid characters that are just about perfect. Tesla's voice is very consistent. More than just a good story, the book is WELL WRITTEN. Anyone who has thrown a book across the room for its crappy writing will know what I'm talking about. Dude is really good. Since I write too, that's important to me.
So do yourself a favor and read this book. Uh, when you have some time to yourself. Don't let your mom read it over your shoulder; she'll be scandalized.
Do buy this book, and enjoy the fact that the e-book format lets you bring it with you everywhere, even into the linen closet; do not, however, let that blind you to the fact that it would be unwise to read this stories when you have no immediate opportunity to gratify the urges that they will undoubtedly engender.
To reiterate: this is smart, funny, and HOT.
If any of the above tends to offend you don't read this book. If any of the above tends to interest you, give it a try.