Forever the writer is plagued by marketing problems that get in the way of writing. For example, for the longest time I wrote lesbian or f/f erotica. Then more recently I got into phallogyne (i.e. futa, shemale, etc) fiction. So, having carved out a niche in one area, is it a mistake to spread into others? My inspiration these days tends to be towards the phallogyne end (or phallogyne and lesbian couplings) and not so much the purely lesbian fiction. I often wonder if my audience for the latter dwindles away while I cater more to my audience for the former, even as that audience perhaps has not has as much time to grow in number. What do you think?
Hell, I’ve even thought of doing what might be called conversion stories. No, I don’t mean stories about someone transitioning from phallogyne to female or vice versa, but taking one of my phallogyne stories and just reprinting a new version which is basically the same, but with exclusively lesbian characters. Again, what do you think?
In the mean time, if you are unfamiliar with my work in either genre, check out my Amazon author page:
Some of my more recent work:
I’ve already posted about this book winning Silver in the 2017 Independent Publisher Book Awards.
But now this same book has won the Gold Medal in the Golden Crown Literary Society Annual Awards (in the erotica category). I’m simply chuffed about this! Editor D.L. King has done it again.
The anthology contains some of the best writers in the lesbian erotica world and a deliciously wicked lesbian story by yours truly called “A Cooking Egg.” Check it out!
Morag the futa equestrienne has her haughty and commanding eye on a man or two down at the stables. Could it possibly matter that a seemingly insignificant little maid, in turn, might have her eye on Morag? Only one of these characters is wearing the super tight jodhpurs, but will she be the one worthy to mount the saddle? It’s time to find out. But be warned, “pride goeth before a fall.” So put on your riding boots and take this story for a canter, won’t you?
Just as an aside, those of you who follow my work know that I am not the most prolific erotica writer on the net, but I do keep producing new works and adding to my “stable” of lesbian and phallogyne tales. This most recent tale makes about two dozen so far. I may not be the most clever or industrious marketer, but gradually, quality seems to have been speaking for itself and the number of my fans steadily increases.
Passion Undiminished, by Shaun Putaine, is a well written story of a man and woman tentatively moving in the direction of a dominant/submissive relationship. The strength of this work is an emphasis on the psycho-sexual tension and difficulties in negotiating this not always smooth connection. This is a romantic as well as a sexy story, with a goodly mix of vanilla as well as BDSM activity. The book is well narrated by William Sullivent, whose attractive voice, I thought, well matched how I imagined that of Tom the protagonist and narrator.
Well, I told you I wasn’t just another dirty story writer.
The 21st annual, 2017 Independent Publisher Book Awards contest results are out, and the Silver Medal for Erotica goes to the anthology you see to your left (and which features my “A Cooking Egg,” a kinky little encounter between two women, one of whom is a leather clad chauffeuse)
According to the Independent Publisher website,
“This year’s contest drew almost exactly 5,000 entries from 49 U.S. states and the District of Columbia, 7 Canadian provinces, 7 Australian territories, and 29 other countries around the world. Winning books represent 43 U.S. states and D.C., all 7 of the Canadian provinces, 6 of the Australian territories, and 15 other countries. The IPPYs truly are a world-wide phenomenon!”
Thanks to the illustrious D.L. King, the finest erotica anthology editor anywhere!
Action, action, and more action. If you want non-stop, slap-dash mega-fuckery, this is your girl (as the cabbie says to Humphrey Bogart in THE BIG SLEEP, which is anything but sleepy). I don’t think I’ve ever encountered anything quite like this for non-stop sex, and penned with the lightest and fastest of pens (and sometimes a pen is not a cigar). One of my biggest peeves with porn is non-stop sex that makes you want it to stop because it’s just so much insert-tab-A-into-slot-B and so on. But Moctezuma has written here something way beyond your average pedantic sex fantasy of tabs and slots. Given the sheer volume of carnal interconnection in all its manifestations there is a singular lack of cliché here. What inhabits the text is a lightness and speed that is truly refreshing. His descriptive art never sags (literally or figuratively) as he pens a mad chaos of unrelenting, untiring coital mayhem. Highly recommended.
This collection of four stories of women dominating men is truly impressive. “Rebellious Slave” is the longest and the best, in my opinion. Billierosie has constructed here a lovely sense of an arcane and byzantine secret world of female dominants known as “the Coterie.” In the hands of a lesser writer, the Coterie would be simply part of the setup, the excuse for the sexual action. In fact, in most erotica, the plot and setting or context are simply pegs on which to hang the sexual action, but in this book it is not so. In all the stories of this collection, but in “Rebellious Slave” especially, the sex and the story are seamlessly interwoven. The circumstances leading up to slave Reuben’s punishment for his serious transgression are not simply the narrative excuse for the punishment, but an intimate and well constructed part of the story as a whole.
Similarly, “Solomon’s Secret” goes beyond simple sexual fantasy, although it is surely that. Here we get a portrayal of the emotional depth of a submissive male going way beyond the usual clichés of the genre. Not only is there a lot of hot BDSM action here, but the submissive’s practical and realistic difficulties in even asking for such treatment are well portrayed.