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Lucy Woodhull - Interview for The Dimple of Doom

Why is it important to you to combine steamy with funny?

I can't write without the funny — it's just not in me. I think I'm the secret love child of Mel Brooks and a rubber chicken.

Sex is so inherently laughable — all those grunts and thrustings… and the mess! Of course, it's beautiful, too, and joyous. Joy and humour go hand in hand; one often leads to the other. After all, what do most of us say we want in a partner? Someone who makes us laugh. Laughter is what helps us through the worst times in life, and it enhances the best ones…



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