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just for the ladies?
Or do men like it too?
but, liek, just get an imagination?
but erotic fiction can give u ideas and that.
they all smell.
I wrote erotic fiction for money once.
The most overused and also least erotic phrase of the genre is "pink anal pucker".
i must say i have never come across that one!
how does one go about writing erotic fiction for money? i've been told i'd be good at writing smut.
Jackie Collins etc have made a shitload.
you actually want to be told?
You don't have to be good at writing. In fact you don't have to be good at spelling or indeed know anything about English grammar.
What you do is you watch any Hollywood film of the past 30 years, imagine what it would be like if the main characters had sex. Then repeat 5 or 6 times, adding one or two more participants and kinks each scene and before you know it, you have a 'story'. One that you can be proud of until the end of your days.
how do i get money for it?
I knew a lady, who knew people who wanted some smut. It helped I was working in a porno store at the time.
If I'd actually had to write the smut and look for people to buy it off me, we wouldn't be having this conversation right now. And the smut would have been of vastly better quality. And wouldn't have involved incest, contrived weather situations stolen from The Ice Storm, and gratuitous use of the term "pink anal pucker" or "puckered pink anus".
You can imagine, the novelty quickly wore off.
that most books, read alone in bed with the right lighting can be vaguely erotic
I like the aroma of a well-thumbed paperback - but that's just me
must work on my innuendos
makes me giggle.
that sounds ridiculously wrong.
i loce the simpsons and i dont want their images tainted thanks :)
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its about erotic fiction, get it right!
it was about rail safety
It was actually about maths.
Two trains leave two stations at 9.33am. One train runs over a
i prefer non fiction
for terrible sex writing? it still kind of turned me on.
My favourite's this one, by Giles Coren. In my darker moments, the last two words never fail to cheer me up:
"And he came hard in her mouth and his dick jumped around and rattled on her teeth and he blacked out and she took his dick out of her mouth and lifted herself from his face and whipped the pillow away and he gasped and glugged at the air, and he came again so hard that his dick wrenched out of her hand and a shot of it hit him straight in the eye and stung like nothing he'd ever had in there, and he yelled with the pain, but the yell could have been anything, and as she grabbed at his dick, which was leaping around like a shower dropped in an empty bath, she scratched his back deeply with the nails of both hands and he shot three more times, in thick stripes on her chest. Like Zorro."
that Sebastian Faulks won a prize for, it was "Charlotte Gray"
It is written for women but should be read by every teenage boy just so they learn before they meet their first girl - saves a lot of explanation and pointing.
subtle advice to any youngsters watching.