The Internet has changed the terrain for erotica readers and writers, with sites devoted to the spicier side of romance and the raunchier aspects of relationships. Steamy prose is easy to find and almost as easy to publish - on websites that take submissions and as stories for sale for e-book readers. Learn about what's hot, what's not, how to write for the discerning reader, and how to make more than couch cushion change publishing your own work.
From the Publisher. Erotic Pleasures Publishing is an up-and-coming imprint of Wolfpack Publishing. This new imprint was created in order to bring you the best in the erotic genres.
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Erotica is any work of art, including literature, that involves sexually stimulating or erotically arousing details as a primary feature of the work. Though the distinction might seem blurred in modern works, erotica traditionally contains more sexually explicit details than romance novels. Erotica typically aspires to a higher-art status, separating it from commercial pornographic works.
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Illustration by Eleanor Doughty. Three years ago, Sarah Sethline, a something living on the West Coast, was a freelance writer, making the kind of non-spectacular money freelance writers make. One day, she happened to see a Reddit post written by a guy who claimed to be making good money writing erotica.
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For several years, I have been writing for magazines, newspapers, websites, etc. While writing for such places has been my bread and butter, and the way that I feed my kids, I never really liked it. I published the six novels that I had written in my spare time over the years to see if this was going to be something that I wanted to pursue.
For those unfamiliar with the genres, erotica and erotic romance might seem the same: stories about sex. But a closer examination reveals a lot more. As in most literary genres, certain tendencies attract readers, enjoy a brief moment of popularity, and lose traction—possibly to be renewed years later by another author. And erotica?