Monday, April 22, 2013

Tour Kick Off - Meet and Greet - Princess Miri by Cerys du Lys

Erotica/Erotic Romance (Medieval Fantasy-ish)
Date Published: 3/10/13

Princess Miri is a bitch and the heir to the throne and she might have accidentally fallen in love with a monster. 
It's common knowledge that everyone hates Miri, which is why it surprises her when her rival gives her a  pet troll servant for her eighteenth birthday. Thump, as Miri names the husky monster, will do everything  she asks. Or that's what she thinks. 
When her demands lead to experimentation and sexual teasing, Miri realizes this isn't quite the case. One  disobeyed order ends with a bang, literally, and her and Thump in an unclothed, carnal mess atop her now broken bed.  A troll coupling with a human? Disgusting! 
She should be furious! Irate! And maybe she is, but she's curious, too... 
She never thought she could open up to anyone before, always believed she needed to act harsh and stern in  order to ascend to the throne. Unfortunately for Miri, while she discreetly explores her taboo sexuality with  Thump, someone's plotting to exploit her shameful secret and ruin the Princess's reputation... 
Alluring, erotic, and playful. This provocative story of a Princess and her troll will delight you, entice you,  and keep you excited long after you're done. 
This book is intended for mature audiences


Reading Addiction Blog Tours MEET and GREET

 #1 – Do You See Writing as a Career?

Yes.  My books are actually my main source of income at the moment, though I do have a side job I do for fun once a week, too.

#2 – What was the Hardest Part of Your Writing Process?

The hardest part for me is always my editing.  I'm sort of a perfectionist, so I had to train myself to just stop after a certain amount of time, or else I'd probably keep working on the same thing over and over and over again(maybe not that bad, but...).  Saying that, I still edit everything I write at least two times.

#3 – Did you have any One Person Who Helped You Out with Your Writing Outside of Your Family?

My best friend, Jessie, is probably the person who's helped me out the most for everything ever(but writing especially).

#4 – What is next for your writing?

I honestly never know exactly what's next.  I always just kind of go with the flow.  For now, I'm writing a "book two" of my Billionaire's Ultimatum series that's called The Billionaire's Paradigm.  It's going to be approximately 6-9 "parts"(each part being approximately 70-80 paperback book pages).  I usually can finish each part of a story like this in about a week, but I tend to take a week off and work on something different as a distraction so I can get back to other stuff with a fresh angle, too.  I'm always writing something, though.

#5 – Do you have an addiction to reading as well as writing? If so, what are you currently reading?

I love to read!  I don't read as much as some people, but I can usually get through about three books a month(plus I read all of my own stuff, but I don't know if that counts?  I enjoy it, still).  Currently, I was reading Fifty Shades Freed, but I just finished it and am feeling bereft because there aren't any more Ana/Christian stories, so I'm taking a small break.  I have no idea what I'm going to read next yet.

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Princess Miri is a bitch and the heir to the throne and she might have accidentally fallen in love with a monster.

This or That?

#1 - iPd or Mp3?

MP3?  But I don't actually own any, haha.

#2 – Chocolate or Vanilla?

Probably chocolate.  Preferably dark chocolate, but I guess it depends what it is.

#3 – Mashed Potatoes or French Fries?

Mashed potatoes, definitely.

#4 – Comedy or Drama?

Ugh... comedy, I think.  This one is rough.

#5 – Danielle Steel or Nicholas Sparks?

Oddly, I've never read anything by Danielle Steel, so I'll go with Nicholas Sparks.

#6 – Fantasy or Reality?

Fantasy!  I think it's more fun.

#7 – Call or Text?

Texting is really fast, easy, and convenient, so I'll go with that one.

#8 – Public School or Home School?

Personally, I attended public school, but I'm a huge proponent for home schooling.  I think it's something that every parent should seriously consider, but I understand how difficult it can be.

#9 – Coffee or Hot Chocolate

Coffee, definitely.  A good dark roast one.

#10 – eBook or Paperback?

Almost all of my books are eBooks, and I love the freedom it gives you, but most of my books are paperbacks right now and I keep buying the things even though I have a Nook(I always forget about it), so I'll go with paperback.

Cerys has charted on numerous best sellers and hot new release lists internationally with multiple books.
 She lives in the Greater Boston area in a small town in New Hampshire. She spends her days writing, reading, learning, and working. And maybe sometimes she flirts with the mailman. Some of her most favorite activities involve understanding and learning about emotions and relationships.
 She adores pondering sexuality and sensualness. Most of her writing delves into this in some way, exploring reactions and relationships between different people. While she enjoys writing erotica and erotic romance, her goal is to also keep a certain literary appeal to the writing instead of something purely pornographic. Every story she writes has a delightful plot along with the more devious and delicious scenes we all want to read.
 She prefers romance settings, with the occasional monster or fairytale. Her secret kinks include reluctance, interesting paranormal creatures, romance(even with monsters), and fun. She loves writing about all of these things, though very strongly acknowledges that fantasies are fiction and nothing more.


Follow Along With This Tour:
April 23 - Steamy Side - Review
April 24 - Amber's Reading Room - Review/Guest Post
April 25 - Jessica Loves Books - Review/Guest Post
April 26 - Faerie Tale Books - Review/Interview
April 27 - Author Ever Leigh - Review
April 29 - Sweet n Sassi - Review
April 30 - Gimme The Scoop Reviews - Review
May 1 - Busy Mom Book Reviews - Review
May 2 - Fetch Me My Fainting Couch - Review
May 3 - RABT Reviews- Review


  1. Thanks for doing the Meet and Greet! The questions were a lot of fun.

    I look forward to the rest of the tour and I hope everyone's as excited about the book as I am. =)

  2. It does sound a bit unique. I like reading a book that is a bit different
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  3. I haven't read any medieval fantasy romance novels. it sounds really good though.
    Thanks for the giveaway!
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