FELT TIPS – The World’s Greatest Charity Anthology of Office-Supply-Related Erotica!
Please congratulate all our fine Felt Tips writers when you see them on Twitter. They donated their time and talents to this charity anthology. Because of them, some kids who couldn't afford new school supplies and some down-on-their-luck parents who can’t afford work clothes will be getting a hand from our one-handed read.
Felt Tips - Table of Contents:
Indelible by Jenny Lyn
Taking Dictation by Karen Booth
Hard at Work by Karen Stivali
The Saint of Office Hell by Heather Cole
Of Silver, Sin, and School Desks by Blacksilk
Mine by Brittany Lawrence
What Is It, Suzie? by Eric Andrew Satchwill
My New Office Chair by Gwen Marie Porter
Proof by Amber Lin
Stapled by Jason Darrick
Getting Down to Business by Kelly Jamieson
In the Closet by AmyBeth Inverness
Special Delivery by Rebecca Stewart
The Drawing by Marie Wright
Down to the Point by Sopphey Vance
Doing it Write by Lynne Silver
Mark Me by Jillian Boyd
Tape by Shoshanna Evers
Vee by Alyssa Linn Palmer
The Fountain Pen by Sandra Bunino
Trust Me by Antonio Angelo
Whiteboard by Lela Gwenn
The Night Shift by Xander Grimm
The Benefits of Multitasking by Kiki Snow
Routine Maintenance by R. Brennan
The Boss by Maxine Marsh
Private Message by Cara Ellyn
All Marked Up by Erin Danielle
A Stroke of Peach by Lucy Felthouse
The Server by Anya Winter
A Rough Night at the Office by Diana Cruz
A Planned Encounter by Emily Cale
Theo's Donation by Patricia Correll
The Motion of the Ocean by Morgan Sierra
Open Rack by Candice Bundy
The Antique by K. Fish
Silky & Silvered by Memory Scarlett
All Work & No Play by Michelle Ribaric
Turnabout by Stella Harris
Caught by Juliana Sliema
Embrace the Strength Inside by Jade Adkins
What Happens at STAPLES by Amanda Fletcher
Love Letters by Allie Sanders
Teacher's Pet by Tiffany Reisz
This was one hell of a deal I got for 2.99, and edited by Tiffany Reisz, the queen of all things. It’s a massive anthology with forty four different authors. Also, it’s for a good cause: too many teachers in this country buy school supplies out of their own pockets that should be bought by the schools themselves. The profit from the sale of Felt Tips goes to buy school supplies for kids and work clothes for their parents.
This is a book meant to be read in small bites - if you try to pick it up and read it through in one sitting you’ll have a distinct feeling of too much of a good thing. Although I don’t mention all of the stories here, rest assured that you will be getting plenty of bang for your buck!
Some were superior to the others, and I’ve felt compelled to list the best ones here with a short summary.
***Indelible by Jenny Lyn - frigging awesome story about a tattoo artist and the chick from the coffee shop. Features many sharpies! Wonderful opener, loved it. gonna look the author up.
***Turnabout by Stella Harris - **splutter** two female employees, one bossy bossman gets his comeuppance. I turned red reading this one, and that almost never happens. I’ll be looking this author up as well.
**In the Closet by AmyBeth Inverness - I liked this one a lot, it was very unique. It features an AI that runs the supply closet at a design firm. The AI likes to watch...is it strange that I heard Jarvis when the AI spoke?
**The Drawing by Marie Wright - also one of the better ones -A teacher's’ assistant at a university clashes with new art teacher, who keeps leaving her dirty drawings of them together. I wanted more of this one!
**All Work & No Play by Michelle Ribaric - Two men this time - one has been spending entirely too much time at the office, and his lover takes revenge - this one was both sexy and funny as hell.
**Embrace the Strength Inside by Jade Adkins - seems like a strange title for erotica, no? martial arts instructor (sensei) and student, who once was timid office drone learns to “fight back” - very good
*My New Office Chair by Gwen Marie Porter - Woman orders new office chair from supply store, having run the cute salesman ragged trying out different ones over the last several months. She’s only drawing it out to spend more time with him. Her new chair is there, and he’s onto her game. He’s the spitting image of Han Solo, which sold this one to me!
*Tape by Shoshanna Evers - Woman’s boyfriend obliges her rape fantasy at work. I know rape fantasies are supposed to be taboo, but damn, that was hot.
*Hard at Work by Karen Stivali - I liked this one a lot. A woman catches her coworker rubbing one out in his office after hours. She brings him rollerball pens….
Theo's Donation by Patricia Correll - Two guys this time, one young dude going off to boot camp and his older boss at the fast food place he works.
Vee by Alyssa Linn Palmer - Two women this time. A writer loves a punkish bookstore clerk who reminds her of her lost love. This one was worth mentioning for the sense of longing you feel from the narrator.
Teacher's Pet by Tiffany Reisz - Mistress Nora and Sheridan explore Sheridan’s teacher kink. Sheridan isn’t my favorite, but it was still good, as is just about everything Tif writes.
A Planned Encounter by Emily Cale - A man pencils himself into woman’s schedule.
What Is It, Suzie? by Eric Andrew Satchwill - Two guys trying to get some alone time at work keep getting interrupted by one’s assistant - funny!
Trust Me by Antonio Angelo - Secret admirer leads a woman on an office scavenger hunt. It started off sweet and became sexy along the way.
Private Message by Cara Ellyn - I liked this one, it was all in tweets.
A Stroke of Peach by Lucy Felthouse - Two co workers have a scented marker war.
Love Letters by Allie Sanders - woman finally meets the secret admirer who has been sending her notes for months; he’s not who she expected
Until Next time!