One of my long-term goals is to become a writer. Well, I write, therefore I guess I am a writer. But I want to be an author. And it’s not about fame or money or publicity (which really doesn’t happen with most writers anyway). And honestly, as much as I’d love to see my name on the cover a book, it’s not even that.

It’s that I want to be good enough to call myself a writer. An author. I want to be good enough to have my words in print.

They say you should always surround yourself with those that have similar goals and throughout my time blogging at WP, I’m lucky enough to have found follow writers and bloggers who have done just that, and now call themselves authors.

I wanted to share them with you, in case you are unaware, because they all rock.

Cara Thereon‘s first book, Discover Me, is a collection of shorts, and for the price, it’s so worth it, a hundred times over.

HH, from My Sex Life with Lola, recently released his first book, Match, Cinder, Spark, which details the joys and tribulations of his life with Lo.

Kayla Lords has a slew of books, check out her Amazon page. She is actually working on her second Sir and Babygirl book now.

Robin Juliet from Off Go the Panties has Trouble and, if I’m not mistaken, is working on a second book currently.

Catherine Bowman‘s  Witch Hitlist is a great paranormal romance, so check out her Amazon Page.

Theo Black details his love with L in Age of Discovery. Absolutely phenomenal.

Elene Sallinger‘s Awakening is not only award winning, but is perhaps one of the best erotic novels I have ever read.

And if you haven’t been around these parts for a few years, you may not have heard of Gillian Colbert, who was once a part of our little community. Although I’m sure many of us miss her, her erotica is still around and it’s fantastic.