The More the Merrier “Bye, I wanna do this again sometime.” I can still see Jordan, standing barefooted in the doorway of her apartment, in nothing but an oversized white t-shirt, her words laced with giggles as she saw me off. In the background, Emma in her birthday suit, winked and waved goodbye without a care in the world. It was as if she was roaming about some nude beach. Hmmm, had I made the right decision, leaving these two sexy ladies alone in that apartment? I wondered as I stood in the lobby, waiting for the elevator. Many a man dreams and fantasizes about bedding two women at the same time but not enough men can say they’ve lived that fantasy or seen their dream come true. Last night was indeed one hell of a night, a night I’ll surely be crossing out on my growing fantasy list. It was only right that I saved the best scene for last. My experience with these two young, exotic beauties was just too special to spoil prematurely. And I used the word exotic in a descriptive sense, not only because of their physical beauty but also because of their uncommon breed differences. Jordan and Emma were special in the sense that they were the oddball type women that a man isn’t liable to meet everyday. Let’s start with Emma. In her early twenties, twenty five to be exact, Emma was a tasty blend of Latino and Italian; two of the sexiest cultures on the face of this planet we call earth. In my opinion anyway. A shade darker than a tanned Caucasian skin, she could easily be mistaken with being of African-American descent. Emma had this wide jawline that gave her a natural smiley face. Blessed with a face of an angel, Emma also had a pair of the sexiest, most inviting and kissable full lips I’ve ever seen in my thirty years of living. At about 5’3” tall and 120 pounds, she was a bit on the skinny side with long curly mud-brown hair that extended to the small of her back. Emma wasn’t too skinny to boast a 26-inch waist, a 38-inch ass and a pair of 36C round perky breasts. Emma also possessed a pair of the most charming hazel eyes with long natural lashes that many, a woman would kill for. She was quite easy on the eyes with a spoiled and sarcastic personality that could easily be confused with that of a spoiled-rotten offspring of some privileged rich family. If one didn’t know Emma personally, they were liable to dislike her on the merit of her personality alone. That was the case with me until I had the opportunity to spend some time around her. I must say that she’s as friendly and as easygoing as they come. Her sweet feminine ways were just an added bonus to the package. Let me not forget to add that sexy mixed accent of hers that only comes out during those special times. She spoke Italian, Spanish and of course English; and sometimes a mixture of all three, although I wouldn’t recommend becoming the subject of this wild mixture. Emma had modelling potential but every time I suggested a career in modelling, she would deny it as if it’d be the last thing she’d do on earth. I’d later discovered that she finally embraced her modelling side, venturing out into the industry and doing some shoots with a few magazines. Then there was her partner in crime, Jordan. A gorgeous blend of Jamaican and Caucasian, I had met Jordan at a friend’s party one night. Two years Emma’s senior, Jordan stood at about 5’5” tall and 135 pounds, with long bleach-blonde hair that extended just past her shoulders. One could look at Jordan and tell where most of her bodyweight was—her backside. With her round youthful breasts, 28-inch slim waistline, 40-inch ass and a gorgeous face to go with it all, Jordan was the type of female some men would refer to as a dime. What distinguished Jordan from most other mixed females were her high cheekbones and her green eyes, a trait inherited from her Caucasian side. With her sexy curvaceous hourglass figure, Jordan could’ve easily passed for a model out of a magazine like King or Kay Slay’s Straight Stunning. Simply put, Jordan had the type of body that could make a married man divorce his wife at the drop of a dime, with the sex appeal to match. Despite all her physical qualities, Jordan possessed a straightforward but sweet personality, which made her all the more lovable. “Bye, I wanna do this again sometime.” Thinking back to the night we met, I never envisioned myself with Jordan and another beauty in this position. Hell, I was lucky enough to had met Jordan at her cousin Freddy’s party in the first place. If you asked me, I’d say my time with Jordan and Emma was very well deserved, considering that I had courted Jordan for four long months. Yes, I’d put my time in with her and if courting a female like Jordan made me a sucker, then I guess I was a sucker for exotic beauties.
Did you always wanted to be a writer? If not what did you want to be?
Response: I wanted to be a doctor but I ended up joining the military at 17. It wasn’t until I was 27 that I started taking my writing seriously.
When did you first consider yourself a “writer”?
Response: In 2013 when I decided to publish my first short story.
How long did it take to get your first book published?
Response: I battled with my demons for three years before deciding to self-publish in 2013.
Do you do another job except for writing and can you tell us more about it?
Response: As I mentioned earlier, I served five years in the Army but aside from that, I’m a full time college student at DeVry University, majoring in Computer Engineering.
What is the name of your latest book, and if you had to summarize it in less than 20 words what would you say?
Response: THE SEXTAPE: A Dedication to the Ladies. It’s my first attempt and it turned out to be a collection of six very detailed and explicit erotica short stories.
Who is your publisher? Or do you self-publish?
Response: I’m my own publisher (self-publishing) but I’m hoping for a contract in the future.
How long does it usually take you to write a book, from the original idea to finishing writing it?
Response: Typically, anywhere between six to eight months.
What can we expect from you in the future? ie More books of the same genre? Books of a different genre?
Response: Definitely more books in the genre of crime fiction. My upcoming project, Back 2 My Rootz is scheduled for an early 2015 release.
What genre would you place your books into?
Response: As a writer, one thing I try to avoid is being placed in a box. I believe I can write about any topic as long as I have enough information. With that said, I’ve written a crime thriller, an erotica and my next few projects are crime/urban fiction.
Do you have a favorite character from your books? And why are they your favorite?
Response: My favorite character thus far is a female character named Maria from my latest erotica novel, The Sextape. I like Maria because she is a strong, smart, confident, independent and sexy woman who knows what she wants and goes after it.
How long have you been writing?, and who or what inspired you to write?
Response: As I mentioned earlier, I started taking my writing seriously about three years ago. As far as inspiration, I was doing a lot of reading and thought that I could compete with some of the authors I was reading so I decided to start writing.
Do you have a certain routine you have for writing? ie You listen to music, sit in a certain chair?
Response: I like to take a walk while listening to my headphones at a loud volume before I write. I also like to eat ice cream before, during and after writing. Every now and then I’ll have a drink if the scene calls for it.
Do you read all the reviews of your book/books?
Response: Indeed I do! I like to know the things I did right or wrong so I can improve upon them, and most importantly, how my readers respond to my writing.
Do you choose a title first, or write the book then choose the title?
Response: I’ve always chosen my titles first then write the stories.
How do you come up with characters names and place names in your books?
Response: They usually come randomly and I just make sure that they fit the character’s role.
Are character names and place names decided after their creation? Or do you pick a character/place name and then invent them?
Response: Sometimes, but I’ve done it the other way around as well.
Do you decide on character traits (ie shy, quiet, tomboy girl) before writing the whole book or as you go along?
Response: I’ve done it both ways in the past, but I’d say now that I’m developing my skill that I like to build the characters before I get deep into the story.
Which format of book do you prefer, eBook, hardback, or paperback?
Response: I’ll have to go with paperback but technology is making e-books more efficient in a lot of ways.
What is your favorite book and Why? Have you read it more than once?
Response: I don’t have a single favorite book but I do have a series, which is The Cartel series by authors Ashley & JaQuavis. It’s a five book crime series.
Your favorite food is?
Response: Caribbean, oxtail with white rice.
Your favorite singer/group is?
Response: I’m a big fan of reggae music and my favorite singer of all time is the late Great Bob Marley.
Your favorite color is?
Your favorite Author is?
Response: Crime novelist K’wan Foye, author of the Animal series.
A veteran of the United States Army, Peprah Boasiako was born and raised in the Ashanti Region of Ghana, in Western Africa. He migrated to the United States in the year 2000, as a teenager. Peprah is currently a student of Computer Engineering Technology at DeVry University in New York City. He spends his 'free' time writing fiction and learning the craft of acting. Peprah likes to think he is capable of venturing out to restricted territories in his writing. Peprah is also a sports freak and a big dreamer.