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Betsy Dornbusch pens erotic prose filled with fangs

Local Denver author, Betsy Dornbusch, has released an erotic romance . . . an erotic vampire romance to be exact. Her novel, Quencher, delves into the sexy side of the undead. Quencher is about a woman who turns down a marriage proposal in order to explore her sexuality. She ends up at a vampire dating service, but after her evening’s encounter, scandalous photographs surface, blackmail ensues, investigations follow. The vampires behind the dating service will kill to keep from being discovered.

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Published by Whiskey Creek Press, Dornbusch writes under the pseudonym Ainsley, and the work is co-written by E. Cameron Stacy.

Dornbusch said, “Writing erotica is a departure for me, I usually focus on fantasy and science fiction, but we've been really excited about its reception so far.”

When asked what she is working on now, Dornbusch said, “I'm starting a sequel, Quenched (about a rogue vampire), and I'm also revising a religious thriller set in 2065 Boulder County entitled The Silver Scar. Seems I always have a short story or two going, as well.”

Her advice to new authors: “Read. Write. Critique. Submit. Repeat.”

Dornbusch’s novel can be purchased at:

http://www.whiskeycreekpress.com/torrid/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=479&zenid=fce720bed7706f57db4da94aa09975ba

Fans can read Dornbusch’s blog at:

http://sexscenesatstarbucks.blogspot.com

or follow her on Twitter at:

http://twitter.com/betsydornbusch

Dornbusch adds, “Online life has become very important to me. I love the constant contact with fans and the writing community, especially since writing is such a solitary occupation.”


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