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Sarah Matalas credits her love of books to her grandma.

Beginning when she was a little girl, every Saturday night after church they would go to dinner and shopping, where grandma would buy her a new book.  She's been hooked on reading ever since.  Although, Sarah's not sure dear old granny would approve of her choice in reading material these days...

Due in part to her love of holding a book in her hands, it took Sarah YEARS to finally break down and buy an e-reader, but she is so glad she did!  It was that single purchase that introduced her to Erotic Romance and thus, her passion for editing erotic stories.

Sarah Matalas is New Vista Publishing's Editor in Chief and is owner of Serafina Editing & Publishing: a company working with erotica and romance authors. Visit her site at serafinaep.com.

Sarah Matalas's editing credits include the following New Vista Publishing novels and short stories:

Trading Alaska, Fur Traders

First of the three part series, Trading, Alaska, written by Alva Applegate, and edited by Sarah Matalas.

Ambitious young author, Ethan Forrester, travels north to investigate rumors about an unusual, remote community. Stories include descriptions of community of people that have eliminated all inhibitions and every trace of interpersonal conflict, and the women far outnumber the men.

After a long journey, Ethan discovers the town of Trading, Alaska in the wilds of the far north that fit all the rumors and more. It is a town that is full of odd, interesting, and strangely uninhibited people. He soon realizes that the male/female ratio is radically out of balance, and then it dawns on Ethan that he may have actually found the legendary town.

Could this be a genuine Shanghai-La, Northern Alaskan style?

Wives of my Father, Rita

The first in a series of three short stories written by Zack Mantri, and edited by Sarah Matalas.

Beautiful redhead Rita, Markie’s first stepmother, is a nurse by trade, but with her gorgeous long red hair and beautiful Irish face he always suspected that she was actually as sex model in disguise. Then one day he fell off the ladder while attempting got fix a broken gutter at Rita’s house and soon after he discovered that his stepmom Rita was the best nurse he ever had.

Her talents really shined during the check of Markie’s tailbone area, when she became terribly distracted by her stepson’s arousal. For Nurse Rita this became one more item to diagnose and care for.

Frank Knox and the Surrogate Sister

First of a series of Frank Knox books, written by Joseph Maas, and edited by Sarah Matalas.

Frank Knox is an awkward used car salesman that is happy to spend all of his social hours alone with his pet fish or working out in his condo. Then one evening he decides to go out to the local bar, Brassie's. There he bumps into an old friend and his new wife who is familiar with a leading edge, breakthrough therapy that may be the perfect solution for Frank.

During Frank's therapy, his surrogate sister discovers that her patient is either the strangest person alive or a super hero in disguise, or both.

Wives of my Father, Sarah

The second in a series of three short stories written by Zack Mantri, and edited by Sarah Matalas.

Beautiful brunette Sarah, Markie’s second stepmother, ran into a problem one day when her breast pump broke. It was an emergency situation, but luckily Markie’s was there for a visit that day, so he was able to help her right away. With her direction, her stepson’s assistance worked so well for Sarah, she decided not to replace her expensive pump after all. Instead, Markie would regularly invite his best friends to help relieve her excess milk, the quick and natural way.

Sarah was so pleased with the outcome that she decided to help Markie and his friends find relief for their excess fluids too.

Wives of my Father

A compilation of three short stories written by Zack Mantri, and edited by Sarah Matalas.

Shortly after Markie's dad married wife #3, he disappeared during a photo journalism assignment and was never heard from again. So during that magic summer between high school and college, Markie Bender is faced with the challenge of taking care of his father's three 20-something ex-wives.

Upon turning 18, Markie pays regular visits to each of his stepmothers. He also diligently performs chores and caters to each of their very special needs. In return, they teach their stepson how to expand his horizon in ways he never could have imagined.

Wives of my Father, Cynthia

The third in a series of three short stories written by Zack Mantri, and edited by Sarah Matalas.

Beautiful blonde Cynthia, Markie’s third stepmother, is the most beautiful of all of Markie’s stepmothers, or at least he thought so, probably due to her waist-length lush blonde hair and her demanding yet playful attitude. Even though he was most bashful around her, he thought she would be the best one to answer his questions about how to better understand girls. However, little did he know that this particular 20-something stepmom was one to turn the tables on men, every time she got the chance. So to Markie’s surprise, he would soon find himself the subject of a demonstration that he would never forget.

With the help of Cynthia’s young hot friend Debbie, he would understand girls better by being treated as one, all day and all night.