A Whole Month

I can sometimes be a sensitive person, and in particular, when things in my “real life” get hard, a lot of my walls come down. I just want to say upfront that this week’s topic is largely a complaint that likely doesn’t mean all that much to me when I’m doing okay, but weighs on […]

[New Chapter Posted!] Calling It

There are slight spoilers in this blog for Mutual Benefits Chapter 19. Be sure to read the chapter first. I felt oddly relieved when people started correctly guessing the “twist” in Chapter 19 of Mutual Benefits. I used to think that the worst kind of twist to have in a story is one that everyone […]

Representation: Imagining VS Listening

My apologies for being absent for a little bit. Job hunting had to take precedent and I wasn’t home for a lot of last week. Telling stories is a lot of fun. Among other reasons why, because we get to make up characters that never were. Sometimes these characters are very clearly based on people […]

[New Chapter Posted!] Flow and Feelings

Mutual Benefits Chapter 18 was just published! Go read it before reading this. A lot of the time, when it comes to flow and the genuine feeling of real emotion in writing, the two tend to go hand in hand. When you feel something truly real, it feels like the writing is completely effortless. The […]

Reading is Reading

A few of my readers will openly admit that erotica is the only real story-based writing they read anymore. Some people email me to thank me, and no doubt other erotica writers, for “getting them back into reading.” I know that a good number of people don’t consider erotica real literature, and the combination of […]