Episode Summary

We're joined by Shayla Black and Lexi Blake! They are two bestselling, prolific authors who talk all about their gloriously filthy stories, their writing process, and a slew of random topics!

Episode Notes

We're joined by Shayla Black and Lexi Blake! They are two bestselling, prolific authors who talk all about their gloriously filthy stories, their writing process, and a slew of random topics!

Ways to listen:

Listen on Google Play Music

To find out more about Shayla, you can check out her website or follow her on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram. And Lexi on her website, Facebook or Twitter.

Highlights from our conversation include:

  • Their first experiences going to RWA.
  • How they met and starting working together as part of an accountability writing group and discovered that they were compatible.
  • How they accidentally predicted current events in their Perfect Gentleman series.
  • What their joint writing process looks like.
  • How the Masters of Menage series came about...tequila!
  • Why "traditional menage" felt limiting to them.
  • "Let's take tropes and make them really dirty!"
  • "She starts a virgin, but it doesn't last long."
  • "We'll just give you more cock. It's fine."
  • "He finally did give her his penis, in case you're wondering..."
  • How their husbands are the backbones of their businesses.
  • How they juggle all their many writing projects.
  • How they deal with writer's block when their schedule doesn't have room for it.
  • How their Perfect Gentleman series came about and how they developed it.
  • "Those things can be slippery suckers!"
  • Pickles, clowns, and pranks!
  • Why they don't want to survive the zombie apocalypse

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About the Show

Welcome to The Wicked Wallflowers Club! We are two authors who read, write, and love everything about the romance genre. We celebrate female empowerment and sex positivity. Entertainment Weekly featured us on their "Must List" as "a compelling reminder of why the oft-dismissed genre is a real force in cultural conversations".