Don't be turned off by 'smut'. The British attach a different meaning to the word than we do in the United States. Here, it has negative connotations, but from the British works I've read, smut is more fun and playful. If anyone has thoughts on this word and it's use, I'd love to hear them.
Here's what's going on at the party:
This ticket will get you in to the Smut by the Sea Book launch with free nibbles and a glass of something bubbly plus readings that will get you in the mood for some seaside good loving. Smut by the Sea takes place on the 22nd June at Scarborough Library. The event runs all day with readings and an erotic marketplace during the day (10am-4pm), featuring top authors like KD Grace, Janine Ashbless, Victoria Blisse, Lucy Felthouse, Tabitha Rayne, Lexie Bay, Slave Nano and Ruby Kiddell. And then the evening will showcase Smut by the Sea volumes 1&2 between 6-9 pm.
Pick up tickets for your beloved today and give a gift that will keep on giving! For more details check http://smutbythesea.co.uk and buy your tickets here http://smutbythesea.eventbrite.co.uk/
I received this information from Victoria Blisse, one of the hardest working romance authors I know. She is continually having new and fun events, so follow her if you can keep up.