Kay Jaybee is to be found most mornings in the far corner of her favorite cafe, with a large black coffee in one hand, and a ballpoint pen in the other. She spends each and every morning immersed in thoughts of all things kinky, thoroughly enjoying the fact that her fellow coffee sippers have no idea what she's writing. Upon the release of Immoral Views, Kay Jaybee has written over 80 short stories and published 14 solo works. Lexie Bay began writing so that she could immerse herself in a fantasy world where women are adored and men fall at their feet... But it wasn't long before she realized that sometimes men do that so you can stomp all over them in your stiletto boots! Since then, Lexie's been creating stories that stay true to her original romantic dream while exploring the erotic, the kinky and the downright filthy. She writes about anything that emerges from the murky depths of her imagination, whenever she gets the opportunity. K. D. Grace describes herself as a hopeless romantic, born with an obsession to write. Unbeknownst to many, her romantic streak can get gloriously debauched....so of course she was welcomed with open arms at Sweetmeats Press! K. D. is the creative force within her own raunchy universe and she thoroughly enjoys spending so much of her time writing erotic stories. Rebecca Bond is a reader, writer, lover and caresser of erotic stories. A natural and passionate writer, Rebecca uses a combination of urban and rural inspiration to carve stories steeped in fantasy and imagination. Lucy Felthouse is a well known name in the world of erotic literature. A prolific author of erotic and romantic fiction and fantasy, she has numerous books and anthologies in print. John LaChatte is a French artist working in London. After studying Graphic Design in the South of France, he moved to London to further his career. Working mostly in black ink, his two main inspirations in life are fashion and comic books, which he uses to enhance his erotic illustrations. Kojo Black has compiled nearly a dozen collections and anthologies, and considers himself to be an unrepentant purveyor of the playfully perverse.