Interview with A. Aimee about her book “Good Pussy Bad Pussy – Rachel’s Tale”
A. Aimee, let me congratulate you on the publication of Good Pussy Bad Pussy. I haven’t read an erotic novel in years and I was lucky to read yours. Tell us a little about yourself.
I wanted to be beautiful and then I realized beauty is in the eye of the beholder and then I wanted to be good and then I realized goodness was in the eye of the beholder. When I realized this I decided to please me instead since I found out that pleasing others is a hopeless task! And writing “Good Pussy Bad Pussy – Rachel’s Tale” was one of the ways in which I pleased myself.
I also wrote “Good Pussy Bad Pussy” because I wanted to explore and write about a woman who allowed herself to go beyond what is normally acceptable for married women and who discovered and experienced amazing orgasmic release in ways which both shocked and surprised her. Plus I wanted to write about a woman who wasn’t so hung up as most women are today with the ownership of a partner. So even if my heroine Rachel is often confused, insecure and conflicted, she is also more free and open then most women are today – and I wanted to see where this would take her. Especially when you think about how limited and locked down in terms of our sexuality most people in couple relationships are today. Which makes it very difficult for us to find the ecstatic, orgasmic release we are all yearning for…
Did you start out writing erotica?
I’ve written many books – both fiction and non-fiction.
There is a lot of explicit sex in good pussy bad pussy. Do your friends and family know that you write XXX-rated fiction? And if they do, what is their reaction?
It’s really interesting to notice how most people frame the work we’re doing. They call it “erotica” or “porn” or “xxx-rated fiction” and well I didn’t think of any of these things when I was writing “Good Pussy Bad Pussy”. Isn’t that interesting? I didn’t have any of these labels in my head. I just wrote a book about a woman exploring her sexuality, feeling that our sexuality is just a normal part of our lives. So I didn’t put it in a special category. And when you think about it, not only is sex completely normal, sex and our sexuality is probably the strongest human drive of all. So as far as I’m concerned, the real question is – how come we separate sex like we do from the rest of our lives? And why are there so many taboos around something that is so wonderful, joyful, amazing and fun as sex is? As I say in my “Good Pussy Bad Pussy” books (yes I just finished “Good Pussy Bad Pussy book 2”): Nothing satisfies like sex. Nothing completes like sex. Nothing releases like sex. Nothing can compete with sex.
As for my family. My parents are dead and so is my ex-husband, so I figure they don’t have a problem with my book since they left their physical bodies behind when they crossed over to the other side! And without physical bodies, I doubt if sex is an “issue” for them anymore! As for my 3 sons – well one of them designed the cover of the book and the other 2… well that’s their problem!
Your novel is about a lot more than just explicit sex. It’s a great story about a woman on a journey of self discovery. Tell us a little about Rachel, your protagonist.
Yes my heroine, Rachel, is just as confused and “fucked up” as the rest of us are – maybe the only difference is she actually does the stuff that many of us are just thinking about doing in our heads! So she actually lets herself go and it surprises and shocks her. And not only that, she then gets to experience the many unexpected consequences of her choices and what that leads to…
Do you watch porn? And if you do, what kind of porn do you like to watch?
I’ve never watched what you call “porn”. Don’t even really know what it is. But I love sex. I love thinking about it, reading about it, writing about it, and enjoying it…
What advice can you offer to other women who want to break into the field of erotica.
Again I wouldn’t call it specifically erotica. I would just say – be yourself – express yourself freely and if sex is a part of the story you want to tell – well then go for it! We can only change the world by being the change we want to see. So sexual freedom and enjoying our sexuality can only happen one person at a time…
Tell us where to purchase Good Pussy Bad Pussy.
You can buy the book on Amazon, both as a printed book and as a Kindle edition. Plus the book is available as on Ebook on many sites.
Here’s the Amazon link:
Here’s the Barnes & Noble link.
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My Web site: http://goodpussybadpussy.com
Any last comments for my readers?
First of all I want to thank you, Guy, for reading my book and for loving it so much and then for asking me to share my thoughts about it and my work on your wonderful Web site. Thanks so much! I love the work you’re doing and think you’re a great guy doing a great service. So keep up the good work and I hope all your readers will keep on supporting you! I know I will!