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Something About Me and My Book:
In Loving Color is the intelligent, socially conscious, Afrocentric alternative to ghetto/urban erotica. In Loving Color is a collection of twelve erotic stories that shows African Americans in a healthy erotic light and works to dismantle the negative and stereotypical depictions of Black sexuality. The book has three sections; each section has four erotic stories. Section one is dedicated to heterosexual Black erotica, section two features alternative expressions of Black sexuality, and the final section shows interracial erotic stories. Optimally, In Loving Color will be a bedside/coffee table book of Ebony and interracial erotica with beautiful photography. The true innovation of the book will be the stunning images that compliment the subject matter and storylines. Each story has a unique plot with complex characters and innovative and daring ways to examine black sexuality. In Loving Color feeds the passions of the entire Black community, of every sexual orientation, in one book, it embraces standards of beauty that fall outside the narrowly defined standard of attractiveness, and it opens a window of perspective to mainstream readers that shows the true diversity of African Americans.
My name is Scottie Lowe and I am the owner and founder of Essentially, I create erotica, for an about people of color, that shows us in a healthy, beautiful, sensual light. It’s time to show people of African descent in a positive light rather than the degrading and offensive way the media constantly depicts us.

People ask me all the time why I started writing erotica. My response is and has always been, that I am a single, highly-educated, African-centered, Black woman who is not aroused by dogs, thugs, pimps, drug dealers, basketball players, or rappers and I'm not a ghetto hoochie, ghetto whore, nor am I a ghetto big booty freak. Where do I turn for sexual arousal? I started writing erotica because there was nothing that spoke to me. I started writing erotica because I don't find interracial images of black men fucking white women to be arousing and I'm not represented by Black women with weaves, fake nails, and stripper shoes who have no clue what it is to be sensual, only sexual. I'm a 42 year old woman who hasn't been in a relationship in so long that it boggles the mind and I'm tired of men approaching me and thinking that just because I have a big booty and they have a big SUV, that I'm going to have sex with them. That's why I started writing erotica. I wanted to have something that spoke to men, that represented the types of relationships that I was looking for, that get me wet, that allowed me to masturbate to something that represented my view of Black life. I can't be the only woman, the only Black person, who wants or needs to find a sexual outlet that isn't sanitized and sterile but that isn't degrading and cliche either.

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At 7:28pm on May 6, 2009, Frank E Robinson Jr said…
AfroerotiK, thanks for the add.
At 2:12pm on October 19, 2008, Gina McGowan Cade said…
Hello and welcome to Book Marketing Network!

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