About the author

Ethan Radcliff

<p>BIO:</p><p>My name is Ethan Radcliff and I&#39;ve been writing since I was a kid. I love creating and tried my hand at art, not bad, but not good enough. A guy&#39;s gotta eat. Through high school, I wrote erotic stories, kept them in a notebook and let a few girlfriends read them. I played football, baseball and ice hockey, but my brain never stopped thinking of sex. I guess most guys think about it all the time. I decided to put my thoughts into prose.<br /> I had been on face book for a while and never did anything interesting until I started to see all the writers. What really caught my attention were the poets, especially some of the ones posting erotic prose.&nbsp; I was intrigued, men who were writing erotic romance, I knew it was time to get out the old notebook and throw on some poetry. I was surprised at the response.</p><p>I&rsquo;ve often been asked what inspires my writing. Sometimes it&rsquo;s a photograph, a sunset or an attractive woman. The jiggle of a full ass or heavy breasts will set my mind in motion. Sometimes, out of nowhere, an idea will come to mind. I record and write down my thoughts constantly.</p><p><br /> I want to thank Bitten Press and the two lovely ladies who run it for encouraging me to go for it and I did. I also need to thank a very patient and lovely friend Kendall Blackburn Barnett who is my PA and putting up with my antics. I want to thank all the wonderful people who read what I write. And the lovely ladies who help get the word out there about my writing.</p><p>As you know, I&rsquo;m an elusive fellow, smiles, perhaps that&rsquo;s part of my charm. Who knows what the future holds?</p><p><br /> My first short story is The Taming of Molly Jenkins. It&rsquo;s hot. Is it based on personal experience? Don&#39;t we all pull from real life? The next short story is The Wait, Brit&rsquo;s undoing...that I hope you&#39;ll enjoy. Since those early works, many more have evolved including a paranormal series, Desires of Blood, DOM, The Collaring of Molly Jenkins and my first novel A Man of Honor. &nbsp;Two thousand and sixteen brings more full-length novels and I will always venture into new erotic genres.</p><p><br /> Thank you for listening and to all those who are enjoying my poetry, thank you.</p><p><br /> Ethan Radcliff</p>