AUTHOR SPOTLIGHT: A. AIMEE

cover gpbpAbout A. Aimee or Being Amy on shaky ground

Hi. My name is A. Aimee – and the A. stands for Amy. So yes, my name is Amy Aimee. And I wrote a book called “Good Pussy Bad Pussy – Rachel’s Tale”, which is a sensual, erotic page-turner, sexual thriller and modern love story. And I’m thrilled to say that the book is getting great reviews all around (even here on the lovely and discerning January Gray site).

So what’s “Good Pussy Bad Pussy” all about? Well, to begin with, my question (or you could say my project) was: How would it be for a woman like you or me to be unabashedly lovely and loving and FREE? Really free? How would it be? To really be that?

That’s what I wanted to know. How would it be to be unequivocally and amazingly lovely and loving and free? To just amp it up and pull out all the stops? And be that amazing someone or something you already know you are (but probably never admitted)? And not be half-hearted about it either but rather really let it out and fly.

In other words, how would it be… not to be bound by our social norms and the traditional programming of who women are and what we’re allowed to do…

It almost makes you blush just to think about it, doesn’t it? You without all your inhibitions. You without all your insecurities. You without being ground down by everyone’s expectations including your own. Just you – allowing you, allowing yourself, to be in contact with, feel and actually live the glorious life which is you, yours.

And yes I know, I’m being a little highfalutin here… yes I hear you. It’s not really possible you say. I know; that’s what they told me too. But still…

OK I admit it. We’re on shaky ground here, aren’t we?

And well yes, as I said, that’s kind of my project. Being a little highfalutin and on shaky ground and all.

And, while shaking and being on shaky ground, still having the guts to go and explore it anyway… in life – and on paper.

So yes, I wrote this book and called it “Good Pussy Bad Pussy – Rachel’s Tale”. So there’s no mistaking what it’s about here, is there? And yes, it’s an on-paper attempt to explore this idea of being free, especially in terms of our sexuality… an on-paper attempt to express some of this without actually talking about it directly that is…

So what my heroine Rachel does when she’s coming from that space is rather intoxicating at times. Or at least that’s my experience, watching her. Experimenting with her. And watching how it actually plays out when she’s not sure about much except the energy she feels… the drive… the intoxication of her own soul… It’s that impulse again, isn’t it?

So yes, I found it quite intriguing to let her loose through me. It was, and still is, an amazing ride. Because whenever I thought about her and her story, I just got sucked into it. It just drew me in and on, which is why I guess, I did and still am writing about her a lot. She/Rachel makes me feel, well, rather heady. High you might say. And sometimes downright horny, when the life juices are steaming/streaming in and through her/me!

In fact, after “Good Pussy Bad Pussy – Rachel’s Tale” was published, Rachel just wouldn’t let me go. Her story kept on calling me, so I kept on writing about her and her exploration of this mind-boggling life we’ve been given and this mind-boggling thing called sex we are all so fascinated by.

One of the things I wanted to explore and write about was orgasm, which I consider to be the ultimate surrender and a powerful portal to ecstasy and the flow state where we are fully present in this now moment. So I started this exploration in “Good Pussy Bad Pussy – Rachel’s Tale”. And then I added to this an exploration of the conundrum that arises if we reach this blissful state of surrender in and through situations (and/or with people) that we don’t particularly like or find acceptable. Situations like this are part of the drama of the book.  In other words, I wanted to explore what happens when the body experiences one thing while the mind is screaming something else? What happens when the sexual experience feels good but the mind is screaming “you shouldn’t be doing this!”?

So I started exploring this idea in the first Good Pussy Bad Pussy book and then continued in the next book… oh yes… maybe I forgot to mention it, but yes, there’s another Good Pussy Bad Pussy book! A completely new one, which is even hotter, higher, and deeper than the first one! And yes it’s now finished and in production at my publisher and the book is going to be released in a couple of months. The name of the new book is “Good Pussy Bad Pussy in Captivity”.

So friends, I hope you’ll enjoy the amazing Good Pussy Bad Pussy reads/rides as much as I have and am still doing!

You can check out the Good Pussy Bad Pussy trailer on YouTube: http://youtu.be/E-Y_gwe4Ce0

Excerpt from “Good Pussy Bad Pussy – Rachel’s Tale” by A. Aimee

Good pussy bad pussy. Despite the traumatic events of New York and the deepening realization that all my actions had consequences, I also knew something else had awakened in me, something I’d never experienced before. A force, a power, a drive, an energy. Call it good pussy, call it bad pussy, call it whatever you will, but a life force had been awakened in me and I couldn’t put it (her) back to sleep again. Right or wrong. She was awake! She was alive! She wanted to live. And she wanted more.

   She, my pussy, was alive in me. I felt her moving in me, reaching out, right or wrong, proper or not. She wanted to taste and touch, to be tasted and touched. She wanted to feel the life force, the energy, moving in and through her. She wanted like liquid desire itself. She wanted because she was, life itself. She wanted because she was, the energy of life itself. And now that she – the genie – was out of the bottle, there was no putting her back again. She was untameable, wild; she wanted to be free, had to be free. Because she loved life, because yes, she was life itself. She was the life force in all of us… she was the creative power of the universe – and yes she was sex. Sex! Sex! Sexual! She was pure and beautiful and couldn’t be kept down or locked up. And now she was awake in me, awake! A ravishing beauty, a hungry cunt, a wantingness for the essence of life. And what was that essence? It was the ecstasy of knowing my own soul, my own being, which was somehow alive and felt like frolicking in that stream of liquid desire that carries one on and on unto a state of orgasmic bliss, which was somehow like coming home and finding a peace that was beyond all comprehension… home, home, home. That’s what I wanted, that’s what she wanted, that’s where she was taking me, taking me, taking me… and there was nothing, nothing I could do about it. No stopping her. No turning back now.

   She was me and I was her.

   And we were flying.

Links:

Web site: www.goodpussybadpussy.com

Twitter: https://twitter.com/AmyAimee14

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/amy.aimee.52

Amazon US: http://amzn.to/1ron5ee

Amazon Kindle link: amzn.to/1lvdAcN

Amazon UK link: http://amzn.to/Yezq9D

Good Pussy Bad Pussy trailer on YouTube: http://youtu.be/E-Y_gwe4Ce0

Audio narration of the first 10 minutes of Good Pussy Bad Pussy read by Tim Spencer: http://bit.ly/1GcwbR5

Goodreads: http://bit.ly/1I2I2FI

 

4 Comments (+add yours?)

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  2. Guy Hogan (@guyhogan)
    Feb 15, 2015 @ 18:31:09

    I was worried about Rachel from nearly the first page, because in real life we are not “free” and certainly not when it comes to sex. We just like to believe we are free. But just suppose we had the courage to be sexually free. Don’t get me wrong. Rachel knows freedom, especially sexual freedom, comes with a price. She is afraid of her own daring and I think this self-awareness is what makes her so real. And unlike the movie “Fifty Shades of Grey” A. Amiee allows Rachel (and the reader) to enjoy orgasm after orgasm after orgasm and survive to tell the tale.

    PS January, just use this comment and forget the other two. Guy

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  3. Guy Hogan (@guyhogan)
    Feb 15, 2015 @ 18:28:39

    PS The link in my previous comment is a bad link. This comment has the good link.

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  4. pittsburghflashfictiongazette
    Feb 15, 2015 @ 18:23:40

    I was worried about Rachel from nearly the first page, because in real life we are not “free” and certainly not when it comes to sex. We just like to believe we are free. But just suppose we had the courage to be sexually free. Don’t get me wrong. Rachel knows freedom, especially sexual freedom, comes with a price. She is afraid of her own daring and I think this self-awareness is what makes her so real. And unlike the movie “Fifty Shades of Grey” A. Amiee allows Rachel (and the reader) to enjoy orgasm after orgasm after orgasm and survive to tell the tale.

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