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“Bending: Dirty Kinky Stories About Pain, Power, Religion, Unicorns, & More”: Ordering Info

Where can you buy my erotic fiction collection, Bending: Dirty Kinky Stories About Pain, Power, Religion, Unicorns, & More?

Bending coverHere is the most current ordering info for my book, Bending: Dirty Kinky Stories About Pain, Power, Religion, Unicorns, & More — in ebook, print, and audiobook editions. This page will be updated as ordering info changes.

Ebook edition:

The Kindle edition is available on Amazon. (That’s the link for Amazon US, btw — it’s available in other regions as well.)

The Nook edition is available at Barnes & Noble.

The book is available on Smashwords in multiple formats, including Apple iPad/iBooks, Nook, Sony Reader, Kobo, and most e-reading apps including Stanza, Aldiko, Adobe Digital Editions, and others.

All ebook editions and formats cost just $7.99.

Audiobook edition:

The audiobook is available on Audible.

The audiobook is also available on Amazon.

The audiobook is also available on iTunes.

And yes, I did the audiobook recording myself!

Print edition:

A print edition is in the works. Please watch this blog for future announcements.

Here is the description of the book, and some wonderfully flattering blurbs.

*****

These are not nice stories.

They’re filthy. They’re fearless. Some are even funny.

Greta Christina’s erotic stories are written to get you hard and wet — and to change the ways you think about sex. Be forewarned — stuff happens here that’s borderline consensual. Or not at all consensual. These are dirty, kinky stories about shame, about pain, helplessness and danger, reckless behavior and bad, bad ideas….

A baby dyke is manipulated into fetish porn by her beautiful, self-absorbed porn-star lover.

A good Christian wife follows her duty to obey, even as her husband’s sexual demands become bizarre.

A student, hungry for punishment, seeks it from a professor who should know better.

A woman with a dedicated fetish finds a lover who meets her more than halfway.

And then there’s the one about the unicorn and the rainbow…

Raw, exciting, joyful, intensely believable, Greta’s stories are written with a fierce respect for erotic fiction — and for sex itself.


“Located at some far vanishing point of sex and language, Greta Christina’s wildly hot and masterfully written stories make you rethink what you supposed you already knew — about command and consent, fantasy, belief, and that whole body-mind thing. The payoff is pleasure; the price of the ticket is to leave a few certainties at the door.”
– Molly Weatherfield, author of “Carrie’s Story” and “Safe Word”

“If books are sex, this one is a sticky, urgent alleyway fuck that you carry in your limbs forever.”
– Adele Haze, BDSM model and writer

“One of the most exciting things about fantasies is that they let us explore and get turned on by things we might not want to actually do in real life. And sometimes, we get turned on by things that we might not even want to admit to thinking about. But that doesn’t mean that those fantasies aren’t hot! In Bending, Greta Christina shares stories that’ll get you excited, bring a blush to your cheeks, make you laugh, and even make you stop and wonder why you’re enjoying them so much. It’s full of twists and surprises, hot sex, raunchy details, and lots of edges. Will you like all of the stories? Probably not. But the ones you do enjoy will quickly become favorites that you’ll come back to, again and again. So if you like to play on the edge, or if you simply get turned on thinking about it, pick up a copy of Bending and discover just how far sexy goes.”
– Charlie Glickman, Ph.D., sexuality educator, author of “The Ultimate Guide to Prostate Pleasure”

“Greta Christina makes me want to live in one of her stories — actually, most of her stories! Not because of the smoking hot sex, kink and power exchange alone, but because her characters are bold, brazen and willing to go to any length to live out their fantasies. Bending is a must read for anyone with an erotic imagination — or who wants to develop one.”
– Rachel Kramer Bussel, editor, “Orgasmic” and “Cheeky Spanking Stories”

“I have just one word for Greta Christina’s erotic writing: Wise. What I mean by wise is, you won’t want to pick it up at all if you don’t want to know something deep, thoughtful, surprising, maybe troubling, and certainly inspiring about sex. (Sex, and spanking.)

“Well, actually, on second thought, I do have a few more relevant words: Completely freakin’ knowingly and on purpose filthy dirty pervy.

“In a wise, deeply wise, way.

“There. That about covers it. So if you want to know more, a lot more about sex: Read Greta’s book. Money in the bank.”
– Carol Queen, PhD, cultural sexologist and author, “The Leather Daddy and the Femme”

“Bending is excellently written — and it’s not the usual one-dimensional porn I’ve encountered on the internet (you know what I mean: the ‘Tab A goes into Slot B’ kind of porn that reads like an Ikea manual, with lube). It’s the kind of porn that explores what people are actually thinking and feeling, and it’s stronger for it.”
-PZ Myers, Pharyngula

“When I want the best erotica in the world, give me Greta Christina. Her new stories go where other writers dare not tread — and I love her for it. Greta gives me throbbing clitoral erections and huge orgasms every time. Gracias Greta! I’m going to reread a story right now!”
– Annie Sprinkle, Ph.D., sex worker artist turned EcoSexologist

Comments

  1. antialiasis says

    I don’t have a Kindle or Nook, so I’m not very familiar with how they work – if I buy it, will I be able to read it on a regular laptop computer?

  2. Ulysses says

    You can download a free Kindle from Amazon onto any computer with an internet connection.

  3. Greta Christina says

    I don’t have a Kindle or Nook, so I’m not very familiar with how they work – if I buy it, will I be able to read it on a regular laptop computer?

    antialiasis @ #1: You don;’t need a Kindle device. You can get Kindle software on pretty much any computer, and buy/ read Kindle books using it. You can also get Kindle software for your smartphone or tablet. It may work the same way with Nook — I don’t know. Thanks for asking!

  4. Dhorvath, OM says

    Oh. No idea had I that this was coming. Ooh, I should rephrase. Excitement abounds. Now to order.

  5. anuran says

    antialias #1: You can get software to download and read Nook or Kindle books for your smartphone, tablet, Mac or Windows computer. Amazon and B&N also have in-browser cloud readers so you can access your books through a web browser.

  6. The Mellow Monkey says

    Seconding what others have said about not needing an ereader: You can have a Kindle/Mobi or ePub reader on your computer, smartphone or tablet. In addition to Kindle/Mobi and ePub, there might be other formats available on Smashwords depending on what Greta wanted to make available. In which case, you could purchase the book as an HTML or PDF file.

    Lots of glorious, glorious options!

  7. Azkyroth Drinked the Grammar Too :) says

    there might be other formats available on Smashwords depending on what Greta wanted to make available. In which case, you could purchase the book as an HTML or PDF file.

    Okay, NOW I’m interested. I used a bought e-book once; interacting with it felt like trying to use a swiss army knife wearing boxing gloves.

  8. humesapprentice says

    Print Version!! Print Version!!

    Print Version!! Print Version!!

    Print Version!! Print Version!!

  9. antialiasis says

    Thanks to everyone who answered my question. Bought and read.

    Greta, that was lovely. Shame/humiliation/spanking aren’t even my kink at all, but these stories don’t need to be pressing my particular buttons to be compelling and interesting, simply because of the characters and situations you set up. And then, of course, there are the ones that do press my particular buttons.

    (And then there’s the unicorn one. I don’t even know what that was but it was brilliant.)

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