Image: Hampress/Helen McLean

Image: Hampress/Helen McLean

It’s all coming up tantric, especially if you’re Vanessa de Largie. Her eBook Tantric Afternoons has been released and I spoke to her about all her news.

Tantric Afternoons is going great guns, what’s been happening?

Yes, the release of my eBook Tantric Afternoons, is only in its infancy but I am very pleased with the feedback thus far.   Recently, my favourite Australian author Kate Holden (In My Skin) read it and
wrote a really positive review, so that was encouraging.

What about Femme de la Nuit?

My journey with the writing of Femme, is coming to an end now.  I really feel it will become an ‘important’ book about the sex industry. It’s the book I always wanted to read about sex work.  There is such a stigma attached…still.  Hopefully my exploration will give readers new insights to think about.  It has been such a joy to write, it’s written itself, there’s been no conflict or drought.

What are you reading at the moment?

I am a huge fan of Julia Cameron, the author of The Artist’s Way and
The Right To Write.  I find an honesty and soulfulness in her
writing.  So, I have just borrowed The Sound of Paper which once
again, Julia is exploring the artist’s life.

Where can people see you next?

I intend to perform some of my poetry/spoken word at the Dan Poets
and Passionate Tongues in the upcoming months.  And I am also looking
forward to reading some of my erotica at Hares & Hyenas for Little
Raven on the 16th of August.

Where can people get the book?

Tantric Afternoons can be purchased on Amazon, Hampress & Kobo for
around the same price as a cup of coffee.

Vanessa de Largie is a Melbourne-based actor and freelance writer. She loves all things exotic and erotic. Learn more about Vanessa’s work here.

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