Felt Tips: Office-Supply Erotica

Felt Tips Office Supply Erotica 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

  • Title: Felt Tips: Office-Supply Erotica
  • Author: Tiffany Reisz Jenny Lyn Karen Booth Karen Stivali Heather Cole Blacksilk Brittany Lawrence Eric Andrew Satchwill
  • ISBN: 9781301761197
  • Page: 422
  • Format: ebook
  • 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 gettinFELT 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 LynTaking Dictation by Karen BoothHard at Work by Karen StivaliThe Saint of Office Hell by Heather ColeOf Silver, Sin, and School Desks by BlacksilkMine by Brittany LawrenceWhat Is It, Suzie by Eric Andrew SatchwillMy New Office Chair by Gwen Marie PorterProof by Amber LinStapled by Jason DarrickGetting Down to Business by Kelly JamiesonIn the Closet by AmyBeth InvernessSpecial Delivery by Rebecca StewartThe Drawing by Marie WrightDown to the Point by Sopphey VanceDoing it Write by Lynne SilverMark Me by Jillian BoydTape by Shoshanna EversVee by Alyssa Linn PalmerThe Fountain Pen by Sandra BuninoTrust Me by Antonio AngeloWhiteboard by Lela GwennThe Night Shift by Xander GrimmThe Benefits of Multitasking by Kiki SnowRoutine Maintenance by R BrennanThe Boss by Maxine MarshPrivate Message by Cara EllynAll Marked Up by Erin DanielleA Stroke of Peach by Lucy FelthouseThe Server by Anya WinterA Rough Night at the Office by Diana CruzA Planned Encounter by Emily CaleTheo s Donation by Patricia CorrellThe Motion of the Ocean by Morgan SierraOpen Rack by Candice BundyThe Antique by K FishSilky Silvered by Memory ScarlettAll Work No Play by Michelle RibaricTurnabout by Stella HarrisCaught by Juliana SliemaEmbrace the Strength Inside by Jade AdkinsWhat Happens at STAPLES by Amanda FletcherLove Letters by Allie SandersTeacher s Pet by Tiffany Reisz

    One thought on “Felt Tips: Office-Supply Erotica”

    1. A great collection of stories that make erotic use of the workplace put together for a great cause.A binder clip on a fingertip hurts, so one on a nipple made me flinch, but if that's your thing, go for it. And I'm pretty sure I need more Sharpies.

    2. If anything has Tiffany Reisz near it read it. You won't regret it. I swear the woman could make a grocery list funny and sexy.

    3. There are so many stories in this anthology that I couldn’t possibly touch on all of them. I got it because it had a contribution from Sandra Bunino, and I love her work. As with any anthology, especially of this size, there will be some stories that you’ll love, that you’ll like alright, and some that just aren’t quite your taste or that just don’t “do it” for you. That’s how I felt about this book. There were a few stories that I really liked – causing me to look up some new [...]

    4. I will never be able to look at the work place the same way again. This book of short stories was very enjoyable. I have a new whole new appreciation for office supplies

    5. First of all, there are a LOT of stories in this collection. You won't find a better value for the money you spend AND that money goes to help teachers get supplies they would otherwise have to pay for out of pocket. So, if you at all like erotica, then go buy this. As you might suspect, there are eleventy billion different styles and types of stories in this anthology. Some weren't really my cup of tea, but I'm a big believer in expanding one's horizons so I read them each and every one. I thin [...]

    6. There were a couple 5 star stories, several 4 stars, but the majority, in my opinion, were three stars or below. Saying that, I did enjoy this compilation for a good cause. It was nice to know that I was reading something I could put down in a few minutes if I didn't have a lot of time to commit to reading. I will ALWAYS pick up anything that has Tiffany Reisz's name on it - it never disappoints.

    7. I am the slowest short story reader ever. I suppose this is because each story has it's own plot so I don't feel that rush to keep reading to find out the ending - the ending happens rather quickly. Regardless, I of course enjoyed some stories more than others, as you do. "Tape" was probably my favorite, and the others featuring already established relationships. All and all a rather clever idea for an anthology well executed.

    8. 1/3 through.Most of the stories are quite short, not a lot of space for building tension. A few of them are good, many of them are very similar to each other. For me anyway, fewer but longer stories would have worked a lot better.***Done there were quite a few 4 star stories, but just as many 2 star ones (that were also very repetitive/alike). So a small 3 from me.

    9. Quite honestly, I only purchased this to read the story by Tiffany Reisz. I read a couple of the others; they were hot, however, I quickly lost interest in the whole "office" theme. Entertaining read though! :)

    10. A nice, large collection of stories all about office supplies and erotica. Not a bad way to spend some time. Obviously, some stories were better than others, but they all made for a great blend of voice and style.

    11. Excellent! I loved the wide variety of stories. I've never been turned on by office supplies before, but that might change now that I've read this anthology.

    12. 4.5 stars, review on the wayThis 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 b [...]

    13. There are so many stories in this anthology that I couldn 19t possibly touch on all of them. I got it because it had a contribution from Sandra Bunino, and I love her work. As with any anthology, especially of this size, there will be some stories that you 19ll love, that you 19ll like alright, and some that just aren 19t quite your taste or that just don 19t 1Cdo it 1D for you. That 19s how I felt about this book. There were a few stories that I really liked 13 causing me to look up some new au [...]

    14. I bought this book purely for Tiffany Reisz's addition, The Teacher's Pet. Mistress Nora is a joy to read, though I am well and truly over Sheridan Stratford. I am quite selective about the erotica I read. The characters have to have some depth and I appreciate the value of a back story, so I usually don't like short stories. It's all over too quickly. However, this collection has some great dirty little stories, notably the opener Indelible and the quirky Stapled. Of course I didn't love them a [...]

    15. Loved the concept behind how this oddball collection of short stories came about. It took me a long time to read, however, because there are SO many stories. Most are of average quality, being written by amateurs, but some are well written.

    16. You’ll find almost any kind of erotica in this collection—m/f, m/m, f/f, f/m/f—and there are LOTS of stories. After awhile I skipped through the f/f (they just don’t interest me). There were some good ones in this collection but most of them were just okay.

    17. Loads of stories with office related sex. Some I liked more than others but all were varying degrees of sexiness. A satisfying anthology.

    18. I love everything about Nora, Kingsley and Soren! This POV of Sheridan is very cool! ;) Too bad it was so short!

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *