My Granny Writes Erotica (The Original Quickie)

· My Granny Writes Erotica Book 1 · Rosen Trevithick
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“Where on God's green earth am I going to raise that sort of money? I’m a pensioner!” thought Betty. Then her eyes fell on her daughter’s copy of Fifty Shades of Grey.

65-year-old Betty had given up on her life’s ambition to write a bestselling novel. However, after walking in on her husband with a lady of the night, she finds herself single and with mounting debts. In need of a ‘get rich quick’ scheme, straight-laced Betty decides to try her hand at writing an erotic novel.

With little experience in matters of the libido, Betty finds herself ill-equipped to pursue her goal. So she sets out to acquire carnal knowledge without arousing the suspicions of her prudish friends and uptight family.

When her embittered mother-in-law finds a butt plug in the slow cooker, it seems like the game is up. Will Betty be able to prevent bankruptcy with her salacious prose before her source of income is exposed?

This is NOT the novel 'My Granny Writes Erotica - Threesome' (but this quickie is included in the novel).
46 reviews
Ellen Burns
November 27, 2014
Thank you for a writting something a little more mature.
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Mandi Babes
February 5, 2016
Awesome read. Laughed so much. Make it a short film, please!!
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Mary Hashimoto
June 8, 2019
Delightfully funny yet quite realistic and finally an e-book with proper grammar and only a few type-o's. Very entertaining!
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