Growing up, G.T. Michaels liked looking for the “good parts” in books by writers such as Rae Lawrence and Judith Krantz. Later on, he discovered proper erotica, including Black Lace and Nexus novels. After writing off and on for years, he finally published an erotic book of his own in 2018 (Nicole Likes This). He tries his best to write the kind of erotica he would like to read. His work focuses on the femdom and cuckold genres, with some spanking and foot fetish content thrown in for good measure.
I’m a 32 year old writer of erotic fiction and romance novels. When I’m not writing I work at sea as a navy officer.
I am a passionate person and a supporter of female equal rights.
My first published novel is called Angela’s Desire and it is available on the kindle store for download.
A lifelong writer, Jamie Sinclair’s first collection of erotica originated as a fun game with his wife. Shortly after they began dating, the couple decided to spice up their daily office grind by sending each other their naughty fantasies. These short stories lead to amazing nights of passion at home and eventually to the collection “Everlasting Lust.” Jamie hopes their short stories help other kinky couples explore their dark desires.
Larry Archer writes hardcore action filled 4 and 5 stars rated adult erotica stories from experience as he and his wife are in the ‘Lifestyle’ and his stories are often based upon things they’ve done or seen.
Archer writes in a humorous yet explicit style that is typically “Happily Ever After” or HEA and intended for mature audiences of legal age only.
“I live for sex. I celebrate it, and relish the electricity of it, with every fibre of my being. I can see no better reason for being alive.”
― Fiona Thrust, Naked and Sexual
S. S. Barry lives and breathes for sex with a burning passion, so much so that it often feels like a fixation, an obsession. Having penned down a couple of short stories and indulged in online roleplaying for quite some time, one fine day he decided to start writing erotica. Simply writing erotica was not enough for him though. He wanted to write fiction containing intense, raw and uninhibited sex, he did not want to sugar-coat his erotic prose with elaborate and fancy words. So here he is, venturing into introducing his own brand of erotica, which he fondly refers to as ‘porn on paper.’ People probably read erotica for various reasons, but he simply aims to make his readers ‘get off’ every time they decide to pick up and read his erotic fiction.
Olivia was once told she looked like the kind of woman who wrote her own erotic fiction. It was meant as an insult; she took it as a challenge. When she’s not writing, Olivia paints, swims, and practices yoga. Her goal every day is to laugh as much as possible.