I am not your average writer, my stories (and possibly in the future, books) are not your average erotic literature, and ultimately they are not intended for your average reader.
This is best stated up front and clearly as possible.
For all that I am publishing (often harshly themed) erotica, I can not and will not ignore that it is in fact supposed to be 'erotic literature'. So I will do the unthinkable and step aside from the larger pack of erotica writers. I will not neglect plot, overlook character development, pass over story-line, or forget about settings so that I can offer my readers strictly and solely an unending stream of 'good parts'. Which are only to often crammed into tiny blurbs of text, and in general overpriced for what little they have to offer.
While this policy may yet prove to be a detrimental policy in terms of sales, I can and will promise my readers that my works will not be dumbed down, trifling, directionless pieces of textual porn, that offer neither substance nor an actual thought or consideration on the part of the author.
If you as a reader are looking for an endless stream of naughty bits, dirty words, badly edited prose, all of which is tied together by a severe lack of imagination in all things. I wish you well and politely point you in the direction of so many other authors only too willing to offer nothing else.
by Sara Watson
Price: $0.99 USD. 21210 words.
Published on February 4, 2013. Fiction.
Emily is not unlike many women of her generation, struggling to feel fulfilled with a lackluster social life and a high stress career. But when a patient under her care develops a high distressing condition that is not easily solved. Her act of compassion and caring leads her into events she could never have predicted, and all too quickly her life starts to change for the better.
Lonely Nights at Security
by Sara Watson
Price: $0.99 USD. 25630 words.
Published on October 14, 2012. Fiction.
A life of nearly unending darkness, that is the reality of Nadia's hard to accept 'day job', working as security for a downtown high rise. But more than anything her torment is one of sexual dissatisfaction, one that often bubbles over into stolen moments of hidden self pleasure. However when a stranger catches her in this act, her whole life seems to change to fulfill his wanton sexual whims.
The Benefits of a Harsh Truth
by Sara Watson
Price: $0.99 USD. 28640 words.
Published on April 22, 2012. Fiction.
(1.50 from 2 reviews)
Her lease is up, her boyfriend is gone, her bills are past-due, and if something doesn't change her whole life is going to come to a crashing halt. In desperation she offers to do 'anything' her potential boss might want, in an important interview to get a job. Now she has a new problem, her offer is accepted and 'anything' is exactly what her new boss is going to take from her, willing or not.
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