Vampirique Dezire

This was an interesting tale, filled with passion, fervor and artistry both in the descriptive use of the words and the subject matter. Vampirique Dezire Advertisements

Caffe Vitale

Writing quality: Certainly doesn’t disappoint, perfect typography and grammar. Overall very well-written; I couldn’t have done better with editing and structure. Complaints: Really none at all *grin* erotica is my favorite genre once again. Stories I liked: Favorite is ‘Bitter and Intoxicating’ by Sharon Bidwell, by far! Hot hot hot! caffe vitale

Rick Reed, author

I loved “Bitter and Intoxicating”. I devoured it in one sitting. It skews perfectly with my own sensibilities, especially IN THE BLOOD. Rick Reed, author.

Tyree Campbell, editor

Effigy in Garnet (Aoife’s Kiss; Night to Dawn 15) Well, my goodness. A literary vampire tale that does not have the word “vampire” in it. It’s a love story, of course, not a vampire story. Still, how could I possibly refuse this one… This is a really good story. Tyree Campbell, Managing Editor, Sam’s Dot…

Trevor Denyer, editor

Silver Apples of the Moon (Roadworks 13) Sharon is definitely one to watch. Silver Apples of the Moon (ROADWORKS#13) was a story I couldn’t resist. It had all the elements that are important, including originality, great characterisation – you can almost feel the pain and anguish – and sensitivity that makes the reader remember the story…

Reader Comment

Arachne’s Labours (previously published at Full of Crow, out of print) “The story’s brilliant. Very poetic, very disturbing, leaves you wanting more.”

Diane Charles Linford, author

Rose Light  (out of print) I know absolutely nothing about British nineteenth century class distinctions yet it felt real to me even in its remoteness. You were absolutely right when you said “You think you know this story, but you don’t…” I have to say, as an admirer of BBWs, your comparison of Margaret’s sex…

Trevor Denyer, editor

Accepted due to: “Having both a Sci-Fi and Horror element, strong on characterisation, and quite literary, in terms of style.” Editor, Trevor Denyer commenting on Silver Apples of the Moon.

Kathryn Moore, Breaking Down the Barriers

“Sharon has many talents, just one being her writing, so it was without hesitation that I chose just the person for the job! This was a very demanding and challenging project for all involved – especially Sharon – who may not have had some of the more backbreaking aspects of the project to deal with,…

Editorial Comment

“Well-written, carefully thought-out and inventive as well as wonderfully entertaining.” (editorial comment on draft of story in progress: The Song of the Swan)

Stuart Thorogood, author

“Sharon’s work is like strawberry threads in a sweet azure world. With her delicate, flowing, miasma-like prose she weaves a world around her readers, takes them on a journey, and lets them peer through her own unique looking glass. Sometimes through this glass you will see a world of rainbow colours; sometimes an altogether much…