Friday, November 10, 2017

Making a difference -- Together

I write erotic romance – naughty, sexy, often polyamorous escapades. The love between the sheets is a natural expression/progression in the journey of love.

That doesn’t mean I hook up with a vampire and a werewolf, or hot blond twins – male or females – in my personal life. And it doesn’t mean that someone should be able to leer, almost drooling, when they ask if I do.

Do those who write about serial killers murder for research? It’s just that our research is so much more fun.

Yes, I know, this may be a different subject for Decadent Divas. But in my mind, Divas get to be as Decadent as they want. Right?

I was honored to be asked to contribute to #MeToo: Essays About How and Why This Happened, What It Means and How To Make Sure It Never Happens Again a collection of 24 essays in reaction to the Twitter hashtag MeToo after the multiple revelations of sexual predation in Hollywood, and elsewhere. The authors see #MeToo as the tipping point of the need for change and the book calls for ways to figure out how to drive that change forward making the movement more than a hashtag.

This is the turning point. Things are going to change.

Available for free via Amazon, Barnes&Noble and other eRetailers.

Grab your copy today, and spread the word!

Enter to win a print copy of the edition. I’ll randomly pick a winner on Sunday, Nov. 12, evening, from the comments.

Tell me: Do you think social change can happen via moments such as this?

Louisa Bacio


  1. I would like to think social changes can happen. Thank you.

    1. Lori -- if you're interested, you are the winner here! ;-) Send me a message at Louisa @ LouisaBacio .com (spaces removed), on where to send the book.