How To Write Erotica And Sell Like Crazy - Samira - ebook
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They say you must talk about everything you know. But, where erotica is involved you might have to waive this rule. Unless, there is a massive amount personal expertise to draw on, you must either ask somebody who does, obtain a stack of successful erotic books you just read, go online and keep yourself well-informed or make an informed guess in what might occur in many of the scenarios you reveal.

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Title Page

Chapter 1

 

 

 

 

 

 

How To Write Erotica

(and sell like crazy)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

They say you must talk about everything you know. But, where erotica is involved you might have to waive this rule. Unless, there is a massive amount personal expertise to draw on, you must either ask somebody who does, obtain a stack of successful erotic books you just read, go online and keep yourself well-informed or make an informed guess in what might occur in many of the scenarios you reveal.

What is Erotica

Before we get stuck into what erotica is, let's consider how it is not. And the biggest mistake writers make when attempting erotica, is always to think it is pornography! It is not - it's considerably more subtle than that. Pornography is all about giving graphic details of the sexual acts - the nitty gritty if you love. Erotica concentrates on the emotional and psychological aspects, leaving the details for your own imagination. So, now we understand things to avoid here are what good erotica needs to be.

1. As gripping as any other story!

Just when you are writing erotica it doesn't mean that you are able to overlook the plot. As well as having great sex scene's, there also needs to be the usual components of a gripping story, including complex, well written characters, a page-turning plot as well as the usual conflicts between your antagonist and protagonist. If you don't include this, no matter how good the sex scene are, your readers will turn off.

2.  Choose your setting carefully.

Most people would, if they were built with a choice, have erotic encounters in luxurious surroundings, for example on an exotic beach by moonlight, in the playboy's penthouse apartment - think 'Fifty Shades of Grey' - or perhaps in the sumptuous surroundings of a elegant hotel. Of course, this is simply not always the case and often choosing unusual places, like an illicit, late-night tryst at the office or a chance meeting in the secluded wood, can provide highly charged erotic situations. However, dirty or squalid conditions are certainly not conducive to erotica, so avoid them.

3. Power is an excellent aphrodisiac!

Think 'Fifty Shades of Grey' again! So attempt to weave this into the plot. And, don't always think that it has to are the man exerting handle of the woman. You can also explore the realms of S&M and total submission if you believe you are able to write confidently with that kind of experience.

4. Stay away from taboo subjects

Be careful about taboo subjects. Most publishers of erotica will specify what is and what exactly is most surely not acceptable. The not acceptable pile usually offers the theme of rape, incest, extreme violence, necrophilia, under-age sex and bestiality - definitely not that surprising! The acceptable pile will often include mild S&M and bondage, role play and homosexual sex, so you have plenty to look at.

5. Be credible

While it may be tempting to get your amorous couple advertising online on a regular basis, can it be really credible. After-all we all need sleep, so having your characters up all night, nightly would render them pretty useless inside the day time, they'd be knackered! Likewise, the settings for your amorous encounters must be realistic. No matter how strong the attraction is, it's unlikely that anyone may want to tear off their clothes in the middle of an crowded park within the afternoon.

6. Be explicit, but not too explicit.

When you are looking at the description of your act and also the body parts utilized to perform it, you need to just be sure you are certainly not too polite - it can be erotica in fact, so readers will expect to learn something that'll make them hot within the collar. However, take care not to overdo it. If it's stuffed brimming with sexual insults, swearing or becomes overly graphic it'll seem seedy!

7. Use a pen name

If you fancy having a go at writing erotica but don't want others to understand what you are doing it, make use of a pen name. Lots of authors undertake it and it's really perfectly acceptable when you need to keep aspects of your writing separate.

8. Play around with era!