So far, I have published two original full-length novels in two different versions:
"The Princess, Her Harem, Her Brother and the Duel"
(This series contains incest.)
"Her Shameful Desires"
(This series is devoid of incest.)
Each series comprises of two full length novels, with one set of free background stories. I've still got to finish a second book of background stories, and then I'll look at writing something else.
I consider this story to be one in which an eccentric / mildly insane heroine loves someone despite the social norms of the culture in which she lives. Given that premise, I believe that it does not matter if the norm in question is a taboo against sex with blood relatives, or a taboo against sex with people of a lower class; so long as the characters in question truly believe in that taboo. No matter which taboo you would prefer to read about, you are still getting the same story, and I hope that you enjoy it!
(And... If you don't, please let me know. These are my first books, and I am all too aware that I need to improve.)
Well, regardless of which one you read, they are both relatively light hearted works. The setting is a paradisiacal world where there is no hatred or violence against or between women. Furthermore, the female inhabitants occupy a virtual world whilst asleep and, because they do almost all of their working / socializing during those hours, they are therefore free to spend the day doing little else apart from satisfying their excessive sexual desires.
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0. Will hopefully be better written!
I'm focused on improving how I handle multiple character viewpoints.
If you have other suggestions on how I can improve, please let me know!
1. My future works will be set on modern-day Earth.
a. no more hyper-sexual characters, (although there might be the occasional nymphomaniac).
b. some less likable characters (although I will still keep my works relatively light-hearted).
c. less sex overall.
2. There will be a reduced amount of plot progression via/during sexual events.
3. Will continue to avoid describing characters.
Hence the silhouetted characters on my cover art.
What I like is probably not what you like, so I would rather you just imagine the most attractive characters that you can.