• Edie Montreux

Erma Gerd


I may, however, be sued by these lovely people who are already marketing for the books I have not yet written –>

Why Erma Gerd, you ask? I like offending people with a character’s name. I want to be the most banned author who ever lived. I mean, Hitler’s bad, but he only wrote one book. Everyone needs career goals.

No, I don’t think it’s funny to make fun of people with speech impediments. My books would tell the tale of young Erma Gerd as she bucks traditional views on sex, politics, and religion. Banned books 101.


In other news, I hit 900 Twitter followers earlier this week. That may not seem like a lot to you, but I’ve advertised loud and proud that I’m a M/M Romance writer and LGBT ally. I never expected to get over 400, which is the most I’ve ever had on FB.

On Twitter, I seek out M/M Romance writers, but I’ll follow anyone with anything to say about writing. There are many, many writers on Twitter, which astounds me because it’s hard to say what you want to say in 140 characters or less.

I’m not published, which means my followers are following for the blog alone, or they’re following to support me in my writing endeavors. Thank you so much, Twitter! I love you guys!

Happy Halloween, Erma Gerd!