Indie Author Spotlight: Douglas Warren

Wednesday, August 1, 2018



Hello, lovelies welcome to a feature I am going to have on La Jersey Chika Reads Indie Books that is called Indie Author Spotlight. Each month I will post an Indie Author Spotlight to help spread the word about the works of the fantastic indie authors that are out there!

Today Forty-Seventh installment and feature Douglas Warren of Nefarious Pleasures: The Sequel to Nefarious by Nature
The author is a former New Yorker from Hell's Kitchen near Times Square. He now lives in Paris.

During a three month stay on Cape Clear Island in the south of Ireland he began writing his first novel, "Montmartre Stairs: A Paris Love Story." This story chronicles the romance between an American banker and a French woman. The American man is determined to stay in Paris over the objections of his rich and influential parents and his boss at the bank. He must decide whether to follow the safe path and keep his career or to give up all for love. The story is now available as an audiobook.

It was in Morocco where the author started his second novel, "Nefarious by Nature" an erotic thriller set in Kent, England. A young couple becomes insnared by a cult of the Marquis de Sade causing much mayhem in the small village and many sexual exploits.

His third book, a collection of short stories, "The Pink Poodle and Other Stories" is available on Kindle or paperback.

Recently he released his third novel "Different Worlds" the story of identical twins separated at birth. These twin brothers separately struggle against their addictions. The rich brother goes to a luxurious treatment centre, while the poor brother has to endure a treatment prison.

Next published was author's novelette, "Kate" about an Irish-American who struggles between her love for an Englishman and loyalty to her Irish heritage.

Soon to be released is the sequel to "Nefarious by Nature," "Nefarious Pleasures" about how the queen of the cult, through her considerable erotic powers, conspires to break up the UK and become the new queen of England.

The author's writings often include references to the theatre from his days as a director. He maintains that connection to the theatre through the plays he has written.
Title: Nefarious Pleasures: The Sequel to Nefarious by Nature

By Douglas Warren

Genre: Erotica Publication Date: June 1st, 2018 Add-On Goodreads


Mary, the new queen of the cult, through her considerable erotic powers, conspires to break up the UK and become the queen of England. Can she organise such a major coup d'├ętat? All grown up and starting university, the Cooke's daughter Mary becomes enmeshed in the sex-cult started by William in the first book, "Nefarious by Nature." This is the cult inspired by the philosophy and practices of the Marquis de Sade, 'pleasure through pain.' In "Nefarious Pleasures" a conspiracy is afoot to make Mary the new leader of the cult through promises of a hedonistic lifestyle and wealth. However the cult's old leaders didn't anticipate that Mary had some ideas of her own, prompting a power struggle. Meanwhile a pair of sleuths are doggedly investigating the true nature of the cult. Mary jumps from bed-to-bed and orgy-to-orgy to keep a firm grip on power through her sensual assets and substantial wit. Is this really a conspiracy to dominate the UK, and in fact the entire world, through the lure of sexual deviancies? Will the pair of detectives discover the true nature of the cult and stop it cold? Or will Mary make a deal with the devil just as William had done in "Nefarious by Nature?"
Thank you for your time and consideration. "Nefarious Pleasures" is the sequel to "Nefarious by Nature," but is also a stand-alone book.

Best regards,

Douglas


5 comments:

  1. He looks to have quite an imagination. ;)

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  2. I love your Indie Spotlights. Can't wait to see who you introduce me to next.

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  3. Another great highlight. I like reading these on your site.

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  4. Thanks for the spotlight, not heard of Douglas nor his books before.

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