My name is Paris Waterman, a.k.a. the Panda. What I write is usually very erotic. Celeste has been very kind to me in her reviews thus far.
I try to create a visual scenario for the reader. Sometimes this works very well, sometimes I miss the target by a mile. For example, in my ongoing series, Helen & I, I use a wry humor to carry the reader from one erotic situation to the next. While in The Artist, I dabble a bit in attempting to write from the woman's point of view. And then in The Girl From the Village, which is autobiographical, I've managed to alienate some readers who can't associate raw sex with anything but clean sheets. Too bad, I didn't mean to shock the readers -- the filthy situations really happened. And, the Warren Series, is about a friend of mine, now deceased, who really affected woman the way I describe it. Was he a sexist? I seriously doubt it. They followed him like groupies. Hey, I spoke with most of his "conquests" the following workday when they tried to reach him. I won't tell you what lengths they offered to go through if I would just have Warren call them back. I also watched him in action a time or two.
In the creative bin at the moment is another short series about a young college girl - told through her diary. It will be highly erotic and is also true. The girl in question keeps me informed via email of her adventures.
I was born in New Jersey in 1954. Today I reside in Coastal Carolina. I've graduated Rutgers and have some post graduate work dangling at several other Universities. Much to my surprise, I've been invited to lecture at Penn State, Georgia Tech and the U of Wisconsin. All I can say about this is my audiences never fall asleep. I keep dropping this big clangy thing on the floor.
As for hobbies and interests: Reading, sexy women, writing, photography, sexy women, soccer, sexy women, basketball, walking the beach, sexy women, keeping reasonably fit, classical and jazz music. Did I mention I adore sexy women?