Guest writer and writer Anastasia Parkes posseses an MA in English Literature from Oxford and it has resided in London and Cairo. She writes erotica underneath the pseudonym Primula Bond with publications posted by HarperCollins, and works as a guide editor for erotic and intimate novelists. In this visitor post, Anastasia stocks advice on writing great erotica – and exactly how to build those steamy sex scenes. (And uh, yes: strong language lies ahead. )
Writing Erotica – what you should understand
The formula for composing great erotic fiction is just a pretty one that is simple. Here it really is, in full:
Write a book that is great
Add loads of steamy, arousing intercourse
And that’s it. You’re done.
Plan your tale
Now I’m maybe not likely to get into a lot of information on how to compose a book that is great. All i am going to state is you do have to respect your story that is basic framework. The teasing quality of the suspense-driven story (Will the heroine succeed or not? ) fits up completely aided by the will-they/won’t-they quality of this romantic/erotic party.
Having said that, your tale can be simple and easy – and relatively quick. A 50,000 term story wouldn’t work very well as being a crime-thriller, however it’s plenty long sufficient for erotica.
If your tale is straightforward, your figures shouldn’t be.