Her new publication, The Amorist, a monthly anthology of erotica, news, reviews and fiction, a blend of love, romance and sex, hits the shelves in late April.
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See full summary » After being wrongly accused of stealing from his former boss, an Iranian gangster with girl problems must hunt down stolen drugs in this neon-noir fever dream set in the bizarre Persian and Russian Los Angeles underworld where obscene reigns supreme.
Balls’ Strictly rival Laura Whitmore starts her theatrical career in murder mystery Not Dead Enough at the Milton Keynes Theatre tonight, and when we ran into her she said the Strictly crew would come to watch but Balls would have to buy his own ticket.
“I can’t even get a free ticket for my mum,” she said.
A spokesperson told us: “He used to stay in a hotel near Marble Arch but he found it’s cheaper to stay at a club in Mayfair, seeing as that’s expensed as an MEP.” Ukip, rather meanly, won’t tell us the name of this dirt-cheap club.
----- Promotion of the day: for Nigel Farage, on Fox News on Saturday with the banner “Fmr leader of UK opposition party”.Writing for The Times Literary Supplement, Eimear Mc Bride was not aroused by Desire, the Erotic Review’s book of “sexy stories”. “Surprised Eimear Mc Bride finds no difference between real human misery on dark net and pick ’n’ mix fiction in Desire!” But The Erotic Review fits in praise from The TLS after all.The book’s Amazon page took a line from the paper’s editor’s letter, which outlined Mc Bride’s take on Desire and mentioned the “elite selection” of writers including DH Lawrence and Anaïs Nin. The Londoner overheard a fascinating story at dinner the other evening, from a banker sitting across the way.A few years back, Donald Trump approached a certain global bank for a loan “of a few hundred mill”.This movie appealed to me by the theme and period; Dessert, WW1, action and adventure.