Erotica: My Secret Life – Vol 1, Chapter 2

My Secret Life was penned in Victorian London during one of the most exciting eras in the history of man, but an austere age of sexual repression and censorship. An uninhibited account of one man’s sexual and moral behaviour during the course of his life, it is one of the most openly erotic books ever written. Banned from publication for nearly a hundred years it is now being released as an  ’audiofilm’, an audiobook with a full musical score.

Now for the first time in the forbidden book’s history, film composer Dominic Crawford Collins is releasing an ’audiofilm’ (an audiobook in which the emotional landscape is explored through the music score) of the complete unabridged work. Each chapter of ‘My Secret Life’ will be released at monthly/bi-monthly intervals over the next ten to fifteen years, culminating in a unique collection and what is likely to become the longest audio book ever to be produced.

We’ve already posted the introduction clip to My Secret Life on Cliterati, as well as a taster of Vol 1. Ch 1, so here’s a soupçon of Volume 1, Chapter 2 for your delectation:

Visit the official My Secret Life website

The My Secret Life series is available to buy from the following online outlets:

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  • Ken commented on November 14, 2013 at 01:19

    Had a go at trying to listen to ch1 and 2 but gave up. It just wasn’t for me. With radio or tv I’ m about getting to the point a lot quicker but never got there with both of these.

  • Mia More commented on November 14, 2013 at 15:36

    Thanks for your comment, Ken. Just out of interest, would you have preferred it if it had been read by a woman? And would you prefer audio recordings of erotica read by women in general?

  • Ken commented on November 14, 2013 at 20:29

    It was the pace so getting to the erotic bits took to long. I didn’t even get that far. Even with the Victorian era it could have been made more upbeat/modern not so old fashioned. If the reader was a woman doing the same thing I would feel the same.

  • Mia More commented on November 15, 2013 at 11:28

    Thanks for your thoughts.

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