Erato is a newly-released erotica book: An anthology of 50 flash fiction erotica stories, including one of mine.
ERATO was one of the nine Mousai (Muses), the goddesses of music, song and dance. In the Classical era, when the Mousai were assigned specific literary and artistic spheres, Erato was named Muse of erotic poetry and mime, and represented with a lyre. Her name means “lovely” or “beloved” from the Greek word eratos.
Yesterday I woke up with an F/m fiction story almost fully formed in my mind.
This has never happened. NEVER.
I don’t write fiction, I just don’t get story ideas like that, and long form isn’t my strength. When I’ve tried to force it (and I have tried), the result feels contrived, flat. I’m reluctant to say ‘I’m not good at it’ for fear of jinxing what I’m writing now, but I have thought that … Continue Reading
Social media platforms and financial institutions are notorious for being anti ANY type of sexual or adult content. It’s not just about censorship and hiding the content, but about stopping those dirty dirty sex people from making any money from it by closing down sources of income, promotional avenues, advertising spaces.
In some cases they have users flag their content as adult content. I have zero problem with this. It seems a sensible way to … Continue Reading
Molly of Molly’s Daily Kiss is a wonderful blogger and photographer who you may not be so familiar with because she’s in a M/f relationship and writes from that perspective (this is the only reason why she’s not on my blog roll: not because she isn’t fabulous, but because I specifically keep that for F/m orientated blogs).
Last year, the amazingly talented Submissive Guy Comics and I did what we dubbed NaBloRrrrawrMo: a month of writing (me) and drawing (him) as our very own version of November’s NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month).
My writing has been languishing here on my blog and elsewhere (heard anything more about my novella? Yeah, me either :/), so while it seems daunting to commit to writing daily given where my head is at, with … Continue Reading