Thursday Thoughts – Orgasm Gap

I’ve been wanting to write about this subject for a little while. I’ve been seeing and reading all these posts about the “Orgasm Gap” which is basically how men always cum and women hardly ever do. I’ve got my own opinion on this subject and I’m not sure it goes with the majority opinion. What […]

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Car Sex

You know how it starts. Things just get far too steamy and you can no longer resist the person you are with. You’re in the car. You’re kissing and touching one another. The windows are getting foggy. You know where things are headed next. I can count on one hand how many times I’ve had […]

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The ABC’s of Writing Erotica

T is for Taboo Everyone loves things that are forbidden or taboo. Erotica has a lot of taboo themes and you can easily find a niche you want to be in by choosing something that’s taboo – and it WILL sell. BUT, you also need to be careful. Somethings are “too taboo” for some self-publishing […]

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You Need To Talk About SEX

Are you truly unhappy with your sex life with your partner? Here’s something you can do about it: COMMUNICATE WHAT’S WRONG. Seriously, your partner can’t read your mind. If they are eating you out and just not hitting the right spots, or maybe not moving their tongue right or going too slow. Tell them. Don’t […]

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The ABC’s of Writing Erotica

P is for Pussy Don’t use vagina or any other “creative” term you can think of. It just makes your writing sound childish. If you can’t say “pussy” you shouldn’t be writing Erotica. Of course, writing is subjective but “vagina” is sooo not sexy. Here is an example “He shoved his penis in my vagina.” […]

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The ABC’s of Writing Erotica

K is for Kinky Do NOT be afraid to get a little kinky in your writing. That’s where all the fun is. People love a little kink and they will hold out for the kinkiest of stories. (Of course, I don’t mean all people. There are people who prefer vanilla, which is great also!) But […]

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