Get ready because on August 2nd FIRST HOWL by Bryce Calderwood will be holding its release party here. www.facebook.com/events/925447327601580/
"You don’t 'become' happy or achieve happiness, you create it every day from your decisions."
Bryce Calderwood writes stories that are equal parts sexual depravity and loving tenderness. Get to know him as he was brave enough to answer my off-beat questions.
What is your favorite word? Least favorite word? Daddy. Especially after the word “yes” as spoken by Kitten. Least favorite word is “literally.”
What turns you on creatively, spiritually or emotionally? Genre-busting and mixing, badassery, hotness and compassion.
If Heaven exists, what would you like to hear God say when you arrive at the Pearly Gates? "I’m sorry.”
What is your idea of earthly happiness? Comes and goes in fleeting, beautiful moments. It’s not a goal state in and of itself. You don’t just sit around being happy all the time, you feel happy because you’re DOING SOMETHING that makes you happy. So it’s about what you’re doing (and who you’re doing it with). You don’t “become” happy or achieve happiness, you create it every day from your decisions. Writing books gives me many moments of happiness. Being the best Daddy I can be for Kitten provides endless moments of happiness.
What is your present state of mind? Mild panic to get this book done and at the level of quality I want on time.
FIRST HOWL Teaser Below...
The Erotic Adventures of Kitten an Big Daddy Magic I: The Kittening
Who are your favorite fictional heroes/heroines? Smoky Barnable from Little, Big by John Crowley, because he’s something that’s almost impossible to achieve: a shy everyman loser character who’s interesting.
Drusas Achamian from R. Scott Bakker’s “Warrior Prophet” series (or whatever they’re officially called). Achamian is a wizard of immense, devastating power, and het he’s a also jealous, bumbling fool in love. Nothing is ever easy for him and yet his thirst for knowledge and his hope in love keep him going in the face of tragedy and horror.
Julia from Lev Grossman’s “The Magicians” trilogy. Rejected by the magical college of Brakebills, she learns magic the underground way. Her melancholy life twists down dark and tragic paths after that but she ends up wielding a magic unique and strong as anything the protagonist has. Like a younger, hotter, more emo version of Bellatrix Lestrange.
Caroline from The Vampire Diaries. She was better than the characters gave her credit for. She was tragic and my heart just broke for her constantly. Every time another character mistreated her I wanted to jump through the screen and kill them. (Aunt Jenna was a close second for that show. I thought she would’ve made such a snarky, fun, yet tragic vampire, but no. Opportunity lost in my opinion.)
Armand, from several of Anne Rice’s vampire books. If I were made a vampire as young as he was, I have the feeling I would’ve ended up similar to him. He’s got an almost psychotically unfeeling sense of right and wrong that worser parts of me identify with. He’s a beautiful devil who looks like an angel. You want to hug him but he’d just snap your neck.
Bryce Calderwood is an award-winning, top-100 Amazon author who has been publishing strangely hot erotica since 2015. His stories usually combine paranormal elements with either futanari or BDSM (or both). Bryce likes to explore the boundaries between sex and violence, between pleasure and pain, and between the human and the monstrous.
He lives currently near the coast in North Carolina, where the weather is nice but the landscape isn't and neither are the people. Bryce has been involved in the BDSM lifestyle off and on for many years and is now a very proud Daddy Dom for a darling cute and perverted Kitten. Every day, Bryce writes smut, drinks insane amounts of black coffee, and grows his beard.
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