A part of the safety of erotica is that you can explore your fantasies without judgement, and without exploitation. Insulting other people’s fetishes while catering to them in order to milk $2.99 is offensive and grody.
You’re invited to share a kinky, orgiastic romp with a bunch of rich vampires.
My thoughts on adverbs, for erotica and everything.
“A sexy, explicit and frequently hilarious journey into the world of tentacle sex.”
This taboo short is a tale of lust and release starring two opposites who shouldn’t really be doing any of this. Family dynamics have never been so nasty.
If you are into tentacles entering places where tentacles definitely should not go, you’ll love this intergalactic tale of alien nastiness.
You are reading the blog of a person who deceives other people. A liar. Do you want to keep reading this blog? Do you want to be locked in jail for reading the blog of a liar?
Inspired by the weird and wonderful music video for Billy Joel’s “Uptown Girl,” this short will make you purposefully crash your car to experience the pleasures of a mechanic quintet.
Let me provide the goopy balm to plop onto your wounds, and maybe even offer you a scratchy burlap cape.
My friends, there are authors who have incredible branding. Kickass graphic design, great story ideas, pages and pages of work on their Amazon author page that makes you drool. How do you stand up in the face of this? How do you keep working when so many erotica authors are out there killing it?