Writing, for me, is like an instinct. As I am sure it is for many others. It feels like it is just there and you have to get it out. No amount of doing anything else is going to cure you. Almost like an itch that you can’t scratch. An invisible monkey on your back.
Patreon is a platform where you can help financially support freelance workers of all types. Its a way for content creators to get paid and for fans of that creator to feel like they are making a difference in the creator’s life by helping to support them financially.
Though I think that every book I have put up on my Amazon page is worthy of being called a book, there is one that stands out among the rest to me (and apparently other people). That book is called Birthright. There is something about it that is more powerful and raw to me than the other books that I have listed. That’s not to say I think all the others are bad, just different, and I think there is a very good reason why this is the case.
In this blog post you will learn what a Mary-Sue is (as well as how purple prose are used) and why you should learn to avoid using both. They are annoying.
I’ve talked to a ton of people who have no clue what fan fiction actually is. That is why I decided to write up my own explanation and thoughts on the subject. Hopefully, this will help people understand.
When I write my erotica it’s almost exclusively about BDSM and the loving bond between two people that can and does form when they enter into a relationship with such values. I also aim to write realistically, but how much detail is too much?
I write for myself, the stories I create I very much enjoy. I like the process of writing them down. I like the creative thinking. I also like getting them out there so other people can enjoy them. This doesn’t cheapen my writing or who I am. Anyone who tells you otherwise is incredibly misguided and distasteful in their advice.