Erotica ebooks are in a state of flux at major online retailers right now, including mine. Until things settle down, you may find that links to the sales pages for some of my ebooks are broken or go to error pages. You may find that the sales links work, but the cover images and titles are now different. Click to learn more.
A well-written orgasm is like a nod between comrades or secret club-mates, like the author’s saying to me, “I know you don’t just want the foreplay — you’re at home all by yourself and you want that Big Fantastic Finish as well…”
If you buy any sexually explicit fiction at Amazon, there have been some recent changes to the site’s search function which may affect your shopping habits. Many erotica and erotic romance titles are now “adult filtered” and will not appear if you search for them from the Amazon main page. So how can you find erotica at Amazon now? Click to find out!
I’ve been reading some interesting discussions about the rise of self-publishing generally — or “indie” publishing as people are trying to call it, to link back to the indie movements for music and movies. It was never that interesting to me, honestly, because I never had a personal stake in it before. But basically: it’s no longer so clear-cut that traditional publishing is a superior way to make a living off your writing. The buying audience is changing and indie publishing is completely legitimate to many (MANY) readers who just want a decent story at a decent price.
Whenever I watch professionally produced porn I always feel like a distanced observer — not even a voyeur, because I know it’s a performance which is meant to be watched, a staged setting that’s properly lit and mic’d, and which the director/cameraman control my experience of because they choose what to focus on, what angles to film, what cuts to use, how long it all lasts.