Actress Sunny Leone, who has turned writer with her first book titled “Sweet Dreams”, says she took writing as a challenge and has tried to keep her stories subtle without vulgarity .
“Even though there are intimate moments in the stories, I don’t think they are vulgar in any way. Yes, ‘Sweet Dreams’ has intimacy, but it’s not vulgar. When I read a specific story I don’t want to be uncomfortable or feel this is too much to handle,” Sunny told IANS.
“Sweet Dreams” is a set of 12 erotic short stories and the first story from the book is called “7E”. The e-book version is available on the app called Juggernaut.
The app is available on the Android platform with iOS to follow a week later. With over 100 titles available for download, the Juggernaut app offers a wide selection of content from some of the best authors.
Asked about her expectations from her maiden book, the “Mastizaade” actress said: “I don’t have any expectations. I just want people to enjoy it. This is for the first time I am attempting a project like this. It’s not like a movie, it’s a personal project. If I get a good response, I will continue (to write)… I think if it does well, they might also translate it in Hindi”.