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I've just published the 2nd edition of Slave Trade, my space opera novel originally published by Pocket Books in 2003. It's the first book of the Slave Trade trilogy which includes Slave Masters and Slaves Unchained.

Available on KDP and on Kindle for $2.99 - http://www.amazon.com/Slave-Trade-ebook/dp/B008694TB8/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1338671575&sr=8-2

Trade paperback is $8.99 - http://www.amazon.com/Slave-Trade-Volume-Susan-Wright/dp/0615645046/ref=sr_1_7?ie=UTF8&qid=1338671575&sr=8-7

Slave Trade
By Susan Wright

Human slaves can never defy their alien masters – or can they?

Rose Rico never believed the rumors that the government was secretly selling human beings to the Alphas in exchange for advanced alien technology. The idea that human sex slaves were a luxury item throughout the galaxy was just too ridiculous to take seriously – until Rose found herself, along with hundreds of other human captives, bound for the far reaches of space, and compelled to cater to the depraved desires of her new alien masters.

As a rule, pleasure slaves don’t live very long, especially the stubborn ones. But Rose refuses to give up. She bands together with aliens and humans alike, as they are snarled into tighter knots trying to escape the will of the masters. Someday, somehow, they will win back their freedom – or die trying!



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Come over to BittenByBooks.com to check out my Win a Kindle 3G contest. The direct link is http://bittenbybooks.com/?p=33965
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Win a Free Kindle 3G on my Demon Underground contest starting tomorrow on Bitten By Books. It goes for a week - so buy a book or post a link to the contest in order to enter!

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"California Demon" is on the front page on www.BookViewCafe.com today!
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Check out my latest short story "California Demon" on www.BookViewCafe.com "California Demon" is the story of how Allay reacts when she is first possessed by a demon.

DEMON UNDERGROUND is coming out next week. I'll be having a win-a-free Kindle 3G contest starting next week on www.BittenByBooks.com Check it out!
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I got a great review from the Library Journal:

"The combination of social commentary on the power of religion in contemporary society, a sensual romantic subplot, and a protagonist whose dual nature causes a moral dilemma that could kill her start this promising new series on a high note."


"CONFESSIONS OF A DEMON is an exciting tale of a woman searching for answers to who she is, her purpose in life, and to what ends she'll go for her friends and family. Pick up your copy today and enjoy." —Romance Reviews Today

"S. L. Wright's uniquely-crafted world of urban fantasy adds a fascinating spin to what is at heart a book about relationships and self-knowledge. No heavy-handed moralizing though, just a fun, fast read with plenty to chew on before the much-awaited next in the series comes out." —Fresh Fiction
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I'm reading one of the erotic passages at Happy Ending this Saturday. I hope to see you there!

December 17th at 8 PM (doors at 7; we recommend arriving by 7:30 for a seat)
Between Forsyth & Eldridge. Look for the hot pink awning that says "XIE HE Health Club."
(B/D to Grand, J/M/Z to Bowery, F to Delancey, http://www.happyendinglounge.com)
Admission: Free
Happy Ending Lounge: 212-334-9676

Sex and religion are the theme of the final In The Flesh of 2009. Featuring Mo Beasley (Urban Erotika), Johanna Gohmann (Bust), Gary Morgenstein (Loving Rabbi Thalia Kleinman), Cristy C. Road (Bad Habits) and Susan Wright (Confessions of a Demon). Hosted by Rachel Kramer Bussel (Best Sex Writing 2010, Peep Show, Bottoms Up). Free cupcakes by Baked by Melissa will be served.
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I'm giving away a book this week on Star-Crossed Romance. Stop by and read my blog about psychic vampires, and find out how you can enter the drawing. You can read the article here:


And you can read the Star-Crossed review of Confessions of a Demon here:

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Confessions of a Demon hit the bookstores today. Some early reviews are in, and they're great!

"Wright brings some new blood to the urban fantasy genre with a well-written first-person narrative. Allay is a strong character with enough vulnerability to make her interesting. The nifty combination of action, fantasy and sexual tension provides an entertaining read, and the conclusion leaves the door open for a sequel."
—Romantic Times, four stars

"CONFESSIONS OF A DEMON is riveting! I couldn't put it down! S.L. Wright has created a new and exciting paranormal world that is different from anything out there right now. I was on the edge of my seat as Allay and Theo fought to defeat the nastier demons of New York. Fans of paranormal and urban fantasy will love this book! Run out and buy a copy of CONFESSIONS OF A DEMON. You won't be sorry."
—Romance Junkies

"This is a very enthralling, evocative and electrifying urban fantasy whose underlying premise is demons are just another sentient species and not angry at God or ordered by Lucifer. Like humans, demons have the good, the bad and the ugly unmentionables. S. L. Wright adds to the realism by the fascinating way they reproduce. Ally refuses to lose her humanity, but to keep it she will die soon, which she is okay with as that should save humans for now. Filled with awe and twists, CONFESSIONS OF A DEMON is a refreshing powerful Manhattan thriller."
—Alternative Worlds

"CONFESSIONS OF A DEMON by S. L. Wright is an interesting new look at the world of demons with a distinct urban fantasy feel. Allay makes a fantastic heroine with her inherent goodness and her struggle to maintain her humanity. Since this story appears to be the beginning of a new series, urban fantasy fans have a lot to look forward to."
—Romance Readers Connection
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Demon Anti-Defamation League (DADL)

We stand united for demons everywhere, the maligned, the slandered, the feared. Demons have rights, too. Why should vampires get all the good press? WE are the real vampires, but the blood-sucking myth gets all the glory. We live off people's emotions, and yes we tend to prefer one particular emotion above them all (hence our names – Allay, Dread, Bliss), but isn't that more poetic, more intoxicating than mere blood?

DADL makes no claims about the veracity of Confessions of a Demon. Yes, humans can become possessed though it's rare. Because of the discrimination we face, DADL cannot say who is and who is not a demon. But know demons are out there living among you; your friends, your coworkers, your family. We may not come out—not yet—because of the persecution we face. But DADL will stand up for demons everywhere.

The Demon Anti-Defamation League (DADL) defends the civil rights of demons around the world. www.susanwright.info

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