(My) Writing about (My) Writing

For those folks that are interested in the pieces I have published on the web about my own writing process and struggles as a writer.

About “Strong”, which was printed in Say Please: Lesbian BDSM Erotica:

About “Ready”, which was printed in Biker Boys, Coming Together: In Flux, and Coming Together: With a Twist

  • On the Edge (in which I describe the origins of this story, my writing process, and my desire to create vulnerable tops)

About “Baxter’s Boy”, which was printed in The Big Book of Orgasms

About “What I Need”, which was printed in Best Lesbian Erotica 2014

  • Orgasm Control for the Reader? (in which I contemplate when and if to include orgasm in erotic fiction, and the idea of leaving the reader hanging)

About “Facing the Dark”, which was printed in Backdraft: Firemen Erotica

About “Nervous Boy”, which was printed in Love At First Sting

About “Compersion”, which was printed in I Like to Watch

  • On Compersion (in which I tell the backstory for this particular piece, talk about compersion in general, and discuss the release of Alison Ty;er’s book Never Say Never, which excerpts this story)

About “Alley Obsession” and “The Test”, both printed in Got a Minute?

About “Please”, printed in Best Women’s Erotica 2008,  and it’s sequel story “How He Likes It”, printed in Best Lesbian Erotica 2012

About “It’s My Job”, printed in Hot Daddies

  • On Writing Daddy Porn (in which I discuss why I write Daddy porn and describe my writing process for this story)

Here are a few general pieces about writing erotica

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