Interview with DebbieatDawn
DebbieatDawn is a new author to lush, but already has
posted an impressive 15 stories, with over 61,000 views.
We sat her down and asked a few questions to find out more about this hot housewife.
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My favorite author right now is Keiko Alvarez. As I will explain later, her book “Forty Love” changed the way I view the world, at least sexually. I also have a few authors of women’s books that I like, such as TD Jakes and Nicole Johnson. Also, I have read just about every Agatha Christie book that has ever been written.
Of Mice and Men – I still cry when I read it.
The book that changed my life
Forty Love – this is a story about a married woman who, while not repressed sexually as I was, discovers that there is a lot of loving left inside her. She embarks on a sexual adventure that is absent guilt and, in doing so, brings her husband along for the ride. The story also describes sexual situations that I never have dreamed of and places people go to that I never knew existed. The book was actually responsible for me determining to engage in multiple partner sex and I am so glad I decided to do that.
What are you currently reading
The Transformation of Mandy, again by Keiko Alvarez.
I'm inspired by...
Although I am no longer the strict Baptist I once was, I am still inspired by the Bible. I am particularly inspired by Old Testament parables and stories, since they are more about the human condition than they are about religion. I particularly like the story of “The Prodigal Son.”
I started writing because...
I’m not sure I am “writing” per se, but I started simply to review what has happened in my life over the past couple of years and, perhaps, to do some self examination.
Aside from writing, what occupies your time
Kids and a husband! I also work at a golf course as a teaching pro and ride-along partner when we have outings and part time as a financial auditor. The golf is my form of mental release.
How did you get in to writing erotica?
I don’t know. At first I started looking at porn on the Internet (I admit it), then I read some erotica, and I discovered that writing about my adventures was far more stimulating than watching a video because I had to relive the experience.
What's your favourite writing genre and why
Besides erotica, I like reading inspirational tales written by women for women.
Where do you get your creative juice/story ideas from?
My life. Everything I have written about are things that I have lived. I’m not sure I convey the excitement I felt when engaged in those activities because I really don’t know how to write descriptively, but certain my “creative juices” flow when I write.
What are your turn-ons?
Playing with my girls – anything they like to do. I love shopping with them and seeing their little faces light up when they get what they want. I must say, my oldest girl is at that age now where she can be a pain, but I still enjoy being with her.
What are your turn-offs?
Hypocritical church-goers, and, believe me, there are an awful lot of them.
Music I frequently listen to
My favourite work of art is
“David Dragging Goliath's Head”. It is so freaky!
Sigh – movies were off limits to me as a kid, so I’m afraid that mostly I have seen Harry Potter movies and the Hobbit movies, so I guess those are my favorites.
Which websites do you regularly visit
One is “Bible Gateway.com.” I’m trying to come to terms with my abandonment of so many things I had drilled into my mind when I was young. I also visit as many sites I can that deal with Gnostic views. I find them fascinating and wonder if my own beliefs are more in tune with those of very early Christians.
What would be a perfect weekend for you
It was a weekend I spent at a nude beach with my husband where we made love openly and experimented a bit behind close doors.
Ideal holiday destination
I’ve never been, but I want to go to Rome someday.
At home I cook
Everything, but my favorite meal of the day is breakfast. I particularly like making my own flavored pancakes, like blueberry pancakes, and nut-crusted French Toast.
The hardest thing I've ever done was
Admit my infidelity to my husband. The second hardest thing was hearing his confession about his infidelities.
Most surprising thing people could find out about you
I’ve had two holes-in-one! Also, I rarely gamble, but sometimes when I am in golf outings it is hard not to, and I have never lost a penny on the golf course. Of course, sometimes I use my feminity to distract male golfers, which is not a hard thing to, especially since I never wear a bra any more (which, I guess, is something that might surprise people.) I have so much fun doing that – I have to make sure I don’t laugh when I am standing over a golf ball, ready to hit it, and all eyes are trying to see down my top.
I don't like talking about...
Religion. It causes too many arguments and fights, even in my own family. I keep my beliefs to myself now.
What I find amusing is
The inability of men not to leer. I just wish that men would just say – hey, I like looking at your tits when you play golf or I like seeing you in a bikini, rather than trying to sneak peeks. On the view occasions when someone has said that to me, I always say – Good, I like you looking. The open jaw response I get is particularly funny.
What I don't find amusing is
Anything about the current Presidential campaign. Nor do I find it amusing that when I tell people in my family that my husband and I support Obama, they almost pass out with fury.
If I wasn't me I'd like to be
A model. I have gone from being overly modest to being a bit of an exhibitionist. Now I actually post pictures of myself on the web. Here is a link if anyone is interested: Some of my photos
I often wonder...
If my religious upbringing was good for me or bad for me.
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