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78 Ideas for Erotica Writers

78 very clever ideas that will enable you to writing unique, compelling and successful erotic stories - faster and easier than ever before.

26 pages, ebook (PDF), £3.99

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Please do not buy if you're likely to be offended.

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Each of the 35 books in the ideas4writers collection is packed with versatile ideas, expert tips, and easy-to-implement practical advice.

You'll soon be writing brilliant books, amazing articles, and standout stories that will have readers, editors and publishers longing for more.

The EROTICA collection includes:

  • 78 great ideas for unique, compelling and successful erotic stories
  • Far too many great ideas to list here!

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Excerpt 1: My mother wouldn't approve

Many would-be writers of erotica struggle to get over the 'what on earth will people will think of me' hurdle. They feel they have to hold back from what they'd really like to say because: my grandmother would be horrified; my partner wouldn't approve; my mother would be shocked; and so on. If worries like these are restricting your writing, here are some ways to get around it:

  • Use a pen name for your more explicit work, and insist that publishers, agents and editors must never reveal your true identity. That of course means no author photos on the cover of your books, and (probably) no book signings. Interviews are a possibility as long as they don't use your photo, or you're only photographed from the back or in silhouette, or in some other heavy disguise.
  • If your friends and family know you're a writer, they'll expect to see something you've written. (They'll want some proof that you haven't just been sitting in your room playing computer games.) So write something else that you can show them - something more mainstream that you can work on in parallel with your erotica. It could be a collection of horror stories, a romantic comedy, magazine articles, or whatever appeals to you.

Excerpt 2: Advertising

Sex is used in advertising to sell all sorts of things: cars, deodorant, shampoo, chocolate, not to mention certain chat-lines and premium rate phone services. Try writing some TV commercials of your own, but spice them up into versions that could never be shown on TV. You could write these just for fun, or see if you could incorporate them into a story in some way. Perhaps the story is all about some people who are filming a commercial for TV but it all gets out of hand and needs considerable editing before the public can ever be allowed to see it. Or perhaps the commercial was never intended for the general public but was specially made to appear on adult movie releases. Will your commercials be for real products, or fictional ones?

[ALTERNATIVE] How about writing some too-hot-for-TV commercials for products that aren't usually associated with sex? How about kitchen knives, OdorEaters, shoes polish, ladders, tea, dog food, light bulbs, and whatever else you can think of? Or how about sexing-up some public service announcements?

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