On Mondays, we will sit down with a ttwd author, publisher, or figure of the community to chat about topics such as books, love, electronic readers, and even biting! Please join us for an exciting lineup.
”Fika” (pronounced FEE-kah) is a Swedish term for enjoying coffee, tea, and sweets over conversation with friends. It is a sacred tradition in many families, friends, and even workplaces, and it offers a chance to chat informally on a number of topics. While “Fika” may refer specifically to the coffee, in practice it refers to the moment of community. In this hectic world, it is nice to take a moment to stop, pause, and savor time getting to know a little more about each other.
If you are a ttwd author or publisher and would like to Fika with us, please email email@example.com or tweet @AnastasiaVitsky. You can also message me on facebook (username anastasiavitsky).
F/F writers are especially welcome! Scheduling is on a first-come first-served basis (with priority given to F/F writers). Generally Fika is scheduled 3-5 months in advance, but earlier dates may become available due to unforeseen circumstances.
September 24, 2012: Celeste Jones on Ebooks for Newbies
October 1, 2012: Renee Rose: Confessions of a Child Biter
October 8, 2012: Sue Lyndon on Developing an Online Presence
October 15: Cara Bristol on the Catch 22 of DD fiction
October 22: Bonnie Burns: The Woman with the Smarting Bottom
October 27: Korey Mae Johnson: Is Spanking Always Sexual?
November 5: Alta Hensley: The Good/Naughty Girl of DD Fiction
November 12: PK: Fantasy Friday and the Cassie-Kat Story
November 19: Armineh Ohanian on Armenian Coffee Time
November 26: Staci Taylor from Lazy Day on Publishing Spanking Fiction
December 3: Donna Steele: A Vanilla Perspective on Strong Women
December 10: Emma K. Gardner on Self-Publishing
December 17: Celeste Jones on More Ebooks for Newbies
December 24: Fireside Chat with Kat and Natalie
December 31: Starla Kaye on Writing Sensual Spanking Fiction
January 7: Cara Bristol on Feminism and DD
January 14: The Pros and Cons of F/F Writing by Lucy Felthouse
January 21: Aleatha Romig: A Vanilla Author’s Thoughts on Spanking
January 28: Confessions of a Closet Vanilla by Jade Cary
February 4: KT Grant: Why I Write Lesbian Fiction
February 11: Reviewing Frenzy with La Crimson Femme
February 18: Kudos and (M/M) DD Fiction with Fabian Black
February 25: Breanna Hayse on Ageplay
March 4: Liz Borino: Dom/sub roles and Health
March 11: “You were a PITA”: Thoughts from my publisher, Staci Taylor of LazyDay Publishing
March 18: Minelle Labraun: What does a reader want?
March 25: Maren Smith on writing Pets
April 1: Cassandra Carr on the dynamics and differences between femdom and a female-led relationship
April 8: Natasha Knight on the “S” Word
April 15: Kate Richards and Valerie Mann of Wizards in Publishing
April 22: Kate Richards and Maria Coltman on an Aspiring Writer’s First Step
April 29: Elf Rambling with Sophie Sansregret
May 6: Patricia Green on Getting Started with F/F
May 13: Behind the Scenes with Coming to Terms
May 27: Rebekah Weatherspoon on Keeping Your Sex Scenes Fresh
June 10: Olivia Waite: When the Personal is Political
June 17: Liv Honeywell on living, writing, and breaking rules in the BDSM/DD lifestyle
June 24: Penelope Jones: The Poetry of Spanking
July 1: Sunny Girl’s Publication Debut
July 8: In Celebration of Bas
July 15: Siobhan Muir: Making your stories real