Tony Cane-Honeysett is an Emmy Award winning writer and filmmaker. A few of his documentary works include: The Royal Academy and Mondo Bondo. Mr. Cane-Honeysett is a graduate of Ealing College of Art & Design in England. He was the recipient of the Individual Artist Fellowship awarded by The Tennessee Arts Commission in 2006.
Tony Cane-Honeysett has worked professionally as a copywriter in advertising for over 20 years in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Nashville and Minneapolis. His current novel is titled Fem Dom.
Mr. Cane-Honeysett was born in London, England.
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Could you please tell us a bit about your book? The story? The characters?
Fem Dom is the story of Tara and Clem Drew. He’s an over-stressed ad exec and she’s a devoted wife who does everything to please her husband. One day, she finds the business card of a dominatrix in his jacket pocket and feels totally betrayed. No longer trusting the man she thought she knew, and not buying any of his alibis for working late or looking bruised or battered, she sets out to entrap him. But she goes about it in a very unexpected way, which has bizarre consequences.
How did you come up with the title and how much say did you have on the cover design?
Fem Dom is an odd title, which was why I liked it. It’s an abbreviation of ‘Female Domination’ and is a common truncation in the world of BDSM. I had total say in the cover of my book. I shot the photograph, chose the typeface and did the layout. As I have worked in ad agency creative departments it was something I knew how to do and thoroughly enjoyed the process.