G.G. Royale was born and grew up on the Central Coast of California. She began writing erotica in the English student lounge at her small California university in the 1990s. Early on, her short stories and poetry were picked up by Web sites and magazines. In 2002, she moved to New Orleans, where she found a wealth of inspiration for her erotic romance; it is a rich and vibrant town. After taking a few years to perfect her craft and earn her MFA in creative writing, she began submitting short stories again. She also began work on several novellas.
Her work appears on Web pages and in anthologies, and her first novella, The Lovely Kittengirls of Mew Orleans, released with Loose Id in February of 2010. She still lives in New Orleans, raises urban chickens, and edits novels for other erotica writers in addition to teaching writing. She enjoys writing science fiction, historical, paranormal, and steampunk romances.
Henry Miller, Anais Nin, Cherise Sinclair
The Lovely Kittengirls of Mew Orleans (novella, Loose Id), The Flapper and the Fellow (novella, Loose id), An Introduction (short story appearing in Girl Crush from Cleis Press), Lilith's Daughter (novella, Carnal Desires Publishing)
Loose Id, Carnal Desires, Cleis Press,
Habitat for Humanity, New Orleans
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