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Three years ago, Sarah Sethline, a something living on the West Coast, was a freelance writer, making the kind of non-spectacular money freelance writers make. One day, she happened to see a Reddit post written by a guy who claimed to be making good money writing erotica. Sethline had read smut now and then, and she'd even volunteered as an editor for some erotic stories years before, but she hadn't considered the idea that it might be a way to make a living. Today, Sethline a pen name is the author of more than stories and bundles of stories that you can download from Amazon onto your Kindle. Her work covers a lot of territory: bikers, pregnancy fetishes , gay BDSM, adult diapering, and lots and lots of near-incest Amazon bans the real thing.
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How To Write Erotica: The Ultimate Guide
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These stories can be anything from erotic microfiction to full-length erotica novels. And there are things you need to know about this genre before you dive in. Find your tribe and learn from them. Unlike porn, good erotica has well-developed characters the reader can relate to — and stories that hook them from the start and keep them reading. Erotica as a genre still prioritizes character development and plot above the actual sex that happens. Like fantasy, the point of erotica is not to recreate realistic encounters.
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Sex is at the heart of what it means to be human. So it bewilders me that — as a rule — erotica is seldom taken seriously, either by writers or readers. How can we make sex — on the page as well as in life — less a performance and more a source of communion?
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