Just in case you don’t already know, the “Us” in the About Us is actually one single person: Avery J. Moon. Of course as my writing continues, I plan to take on many more names. (Well, at least one or two.)

That’s not because I want to hide what I’m doing from my readers–Heaven Forbid, no!  Actually, the reason for different pen names is to help my readers find the stories that they are most interested in. For example, Avery J. Moon writes romantic erotica stories featuring gay male couples. (At least they are a couple at the end!)

Ashley J. Morgan, however, will write romantic erotica stories with male/female relationships. (When she starts writing, of course. Right now, Avery is having way too much fun to give up the keyboard just yet.)

And if ever Avery decides to write outside of the erotica field…well, she might decide to let you all know about that pen name too. Chances are, though, that she will keep that identity secret and totally separate from her smut writing. (But she just may share with readers that have joined her mailing list, wink, wink.)

As to who we (meaning I) am? Well, it might surprise you to learn that I am a grandmother. The old adage of the furnace burning hotter when there is snow on the roof actually applies in my case.

I’ve loved erotica for some time, and I’ve loved writing for even longer. Why it took me so long to combine the two, I’ll probably never know. But now that I have–I can’t see me ever going back.

It is my sincerest hope that you will enjoy my writing, and follow me throughout my new journey into becoming a prolific writer of smut. I will try to learn and improve with each book I write, so hopefully if you like my earlier books, you’ll love my later ones.

For that, I could use some help from you. I would love to ask you to use the Contact Us page to tell me what you like about my writing, and to give me any suggestions you may have on how to improve. That would mean the world to me.

And if you are a reader of my books, I just want to say, from the very bottom of my heart–Thank you! You have given this old, disgruntled author a new lease on life.