Fiona McVie’s interview with Frank Noir covers my work from its early beginnings to the present – and explores subjects like the possible existence of a “message” in my books. Some of the answers may surprise you.
Some years ago, I adopted the pen name Frank Noir. Recently, however, I got locked out of my Facebook account. But within a couple of tries I got access to my Frank Noir profile again. Here’s what I did.
The story so far: Young Katherine is unhappy with her mother’s new husband Edgar, who had just paid her a visit. But when she goes to bed, her erotic fantasies take an unsettling turn.
When her father dies and her mother remarries, our young heroine runs away from the family mansion to join a travelling circus. As the troupe turns out to be a motley crew of perverts and deviants, it becomes a journey of personal and sexual development for Kate. And maybe in the midst of the carnal chaos, true love awaits? Buy “Naked Circus” from: Amazon iTunes Smashwords
It’s easy to dismiss the use of dirty words as merely rude and vulgar, catering to the base instincts of the reader. But to me, they’re more than that. I would claim that dirty words are in fact magical.