Under construction – more coming soon
Readers – Looking for authors who write about specific kinks?
Writers – Want to write erotica? Trying to work out how to publish and market your book?
I am adding resources to this page as I find them. There’s notes on their content and whether I have used them.
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Resources for Erotica Readers and Writers
B.B. Pierce Author writes an adults only blog on writing and reading erotica.
A collection of sexy writers and bloggers
Read erotica, smut, about sex, oh, and some brilliant mainstream fiction and articles.
Read 3 stories for free and then subscribe using this link and I get a (small) kickback
I read a lot, but so many writers, especially when writing about sex, seem to ignore smell, taste is limited to salty (I’ll let you work out the context of that one) and all characters hear is dialogue and the odd moan.
Writing about just sex is like eating the cream without the strawberries
It might be erotic but is your reader going to believe it?
Writing believable erotica should be easy but as writers of erotica, we find ourselves placing characters in evermore kinky or outlandish situations, adding more partners and taking our readers into a fantasy world
Scrivener by LiteratureandLatte
A great writing program. It takes a bit of patience to learn but is worth it.
I use this a lot and don’t get a kickback from recommending it.