Pride and Prejudice: Hidden Lusts author Mitzi Szereto chats with Talk Radio Europe’s Hannah Murray about the method behind the madness of her raunchy adaptation of the Jane Austen classic as well as how she came to create her new Gothic-themed anthology Red Velvet and Absinthe: Paranormal Erotic Romance.
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Pride and Prejudice: Hidden Lusts author Mitzi Szereto chats with Smutty Dirty Bitch about her raunchy new novel based on the Jane Austen classic as well as books and the writers’ life. Oh, and there’s something about Ian Somerhalder in there too!
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“Szereto has captured Austen’s voice and tone and the essence of her characters so well that you might’ve believed that it was written by Austen herself — but for all the lustful thoughts and naughty shenanigans that appear in just about every chapter!” says Pace J. Miller about Pride and Prejudice: Hidden Lusts.
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“Read Pride & Prejudice: Hidden Lusts if for no other reason the novelty or seeing peoples faces when they think you’re all smart and reading a classic, then they look closer and see it’s smut,” says Getting Naughty Between the Stacks.
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In celebration of Banned Book Week, College Candy decides to tackle Pride and Prejudice: Hidden Lusts, saying “Szereto has replaced modesty in all my favorite characters with porno-pumping desire.”
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“It made me think, it made me laugh, and it turned me on… I would definitely recommend this book to anyone who can appreciate a clever parody of a classic or anyone who simply enjoys intelligent erotic wordplay. Of course those who have read the original Pride and Prejudice will appreciate this parody all the more,” says Ivy Wilde’s Sex Blog.
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“Armed with choice words for the would-be literati who condemn her latest effort, writer Mitzi Szereto becomes Jane Austen by way of Fanny Hill,” says Sexis about Pride and Prejudice: Hidden Lusts and its author.
Find out more about this raunchy retake on the Jane Austen classic as well as the controversy surrounding the book, plus hear what Mitzi and some literary experts have to say on the subject of remaking and sexing up Austen.
Pride and Prejudice: Hidden Lusts author Mitzi Szereto discusses in her blog post “Pitchforks, Jane Austen and Me” the controversy surrounding her raunchy adaptation of the Jane Austen classic.
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Pride and Prejudice: Hidden Lusts author Mitzi Szereto chats with Pagan Spirits’ Erin O’Riordan about her raunchy Jane Austen adaptation as well as her new Gothic-themed anthology Red Velvet and Absinthe: Paranormal Erotic Romance.
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