From cover model to author, Cori has performed many roles in the creation of erotic titles but this is her first time wearing an editor hat for this genre. Be gentle with her. Or don’t. That can be fun too. Catch her online at corividae.com or on Twitter @CoriVidae.
In her own words Cori Vidae describes the sort of stories that make her salivate:
When I interviewed for this position, Editor-in-Chief Eileen Wiedbrauk said, “If that’s where you want to build your editorial nest…” and that image hasn’t left my brain ever since. My editorial nest is tucked into the shadows and it isn’t smooth-edged, downy or comfortable. It's complex, thorny and challenging. If your story is too, I’d love to see it.
A little too metaphorical?
I like my romance dark and twisted. That could very well mean kinky, but it doesn’t have to.
Kink is awesome (so long as it’s RACK) and doesn’t absolutely need to equate to BDSM. I’m open to any heat level and it takes an awful lot to make me blush, so if you can pull it off without also squicking me out, you will definitely have my attention.
My wishlist for my first year with Red Moon Romance includes an erotic second world fantasy, an intelligent kinky romance (which does not include a billionaire wanna-be Dom), and a sexy steampunk story. So dude, if you’ve got a kinky steampunk story we should definitely talk.
Cori Vidae will be reading queries during the open-submission months of January, April, May, August, and October, along with RMR Assistant Editors Trysh Thompson, Laura Harvey, and Editor-in-Chief Eileen Wiedbrauk. Guidelines here.