Enjoy reading sex stories, or would you like to try erotic fiction to spice up your relationship? You're not the only one. Here's everything you need to know about reading erotic fiction and even how you can start writing your own sex stories. Anyone who has read erotic fiction will know exciting sex stories can really spice things up in the bedroom, and adding one of the best vibrators into the mix can make things even steamier! If you've always been a little shy about reading sex stories, you might be surprised to know they're actually incredibly popular and often outsell other fiction staples.
The authors writing erotic literature for young adults
Erotic Readers and Writers Association – Morgen 'with an E' Bailey
Welcome to Flash Fiction Friday and the sixty-ninth piece in this series. Okay, so I realise a lot of blokes fantasise about having sex with two women. Fair enough, I suppose. But three women? Well, that is sheer piggery, in my view.
What Readers Want From Erotica (And How Writers Can Give It to Them)
Erotica, writing intended to elicit sexual or romantic desire, inhabits a fascinating place in the literary world. You only have to look back a couple of years to see E. Despite this, many people hold strong opinions on where one ends and the other begins. Rather, the two words seem to be ways of talking about the same thing while applying an implicit value judgement.
The phrase "mummy porn", used to describe Fifty Shades of Grey and its imitators, dismissed the predominantly female readership. But the world of erotic literature is far wider than the phenomenon created by EL James and it appeals to many young adults. Kay Jaybee writes a variety of erotica but is best known for her "more full-on, whips and chains" stories. I guess they maybe do have a little bit more free time and may well be experimenting themselves.