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About the author

Carole Archer is a #1 Amazon best-selling author in the erotic science fiction category in both the US and UK.

She lives in the North-east of England and is happily married to a 'vanilla'. Her writing is generally based on her own spanking experiences. It also includes a lot of her new favourite genre, medical play. Although her husband does not share her desire for spanking, for many years he unselfishly encouraged her to go to spanking parties, munches and to be spanked by others. He also accompanied her to parties, reluctantly joining in on a couple of occasions.

Carole has written stories including spanking since her school days, though much of her earlier writing was hidden or destroyed for fear of her being labelled a 'weirdo'. After being told in an English lesson, at the age of 14 or 15, to write a story about ABSOLUTELY ANYTHING, Carole took that literally. She included a spanking scene within her story. After the trauma of being grilled by her teachers, who believed she was being abused, she once again hid her desires away.

Many years later, she eventually started to save her writing on a PC and shared it with some spanking friends. Some of those friends encouraged her to try and get her writing published. She did and has never looked back.

Her real life spanking experiences are now limited to once a month with her 'Sir' - who her husband knows well and fully approves of. She finds this, along with regular reading and writing about all things spanking, is enough to whet her kinky appetite. As well as being her spanker, Carole's 'Sir' has helped her and her husband through 'vanilla' areas of their lives. Their marriage has been strengthened as a result and their quality of life together greatly improved.

Carole truly does have the best of both worlds - a vanilla (and very loving) marriage, and a spanking desire which is fulfilled through her writing and regular meetings.