My First Smut

My First Smut: A Whole New World of Books to Read

My First Smut is a recurring feature where we talk about our formative smut experiences. These short confessionals may include such details as: What book did you read? How old were you? Were there other people involved? What made the experience special? What role does smut play in your life?

This week, Karen from What the Smut podcast talks reading about The Claiming of Sleeping Beauty, which is quite a place to start your smut journey.


First romance novel you read:

The Claiming of Sleeping Beauty by A. N. Roquelaure

How old were you?

18

How’d you get your hands on the book?

I bought it at Barnes and Noble while on a date with my now hubby.

What was the reading experience like?

At the time I was living with my mom so I was constantly hiding my books but I devoured it in one day.

What made the experience special?

This book opened my eyes to the world of erotica and bdsm. A whole new world of books to read!

What role does smut play in your life?

Smut is what brings my friends and I together. We have a podcast called What The Smut where we read and talk about paranormal erotica romance novels. We have way too much fun with it.

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Thanks for sharing, Karen! Erin had a blast chatting with the ladies of What the Smut! (you can find the episode here)

Have an early smut experience you’d like to share with us? If you’d like to see your story featured, send us an email or fill out our questionnaire and we’ll post it in an upcoming week.

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