Sex is a wonderful thing, but I find it hard to take it seriously. It has the power to make buffoons of us all. But I like to laugh as much as I like to get off so its a win-win situation over all.
There is nothing so erotic as a spirit of playfulness, and that is what I express through my erotic stories. If you like puns, parodies, slapstick and one-liners with your saucy stories then you may find something here to tickle more than just your funny bone.
I also write about psychology under the name Joe Blow.
Do you remember the first story you ever wrote?
The first story I ever wrote was called "My Flatmate". You can read it in one of my collections called "Inappropriate Behaviour and Other Stories".
I had done a bit of writing before this. I'd been very successful in getting letters published in newspapers. But writing fiction always seemed too difficult. I was worried about how to make a story both interesting and believable. I could write a believable account of everyday incidents in my own life, but that wouldn't be interesting. A mystery or spy story set in some exotic locale would be interesting, but the amount of research I would need to do to make it believable when I've never been to such a place or done such things seemed too big a challenge.
At this time I was a fan of a sexy Asian girl named Kris who had a website called The Shy Exhibitionist where she posted pictures of herself getting naked in various public places. One day she held a story writing contest. "I could probably write a story based on a sexual fantasy of mine," I told myself. This seemed to be a way around my dilemma. I could set the story in an ordinary location which would require no research to present convincingly and the story would hopefully be interesting to readers because it was sexy.
My story didn't win anything, but the writing of it did unlock my creativity in the realm of humorous erotic fiction. The key was that I was writing "trash" and that was liberating. If I were writing something I had to take seriously then I would worry about whether or not I was "getting it right". Writing humorous erotica is just a game. That doesn't mean I don't think I do it well, but the secret to any creative endeavour is to remove the barriers to creativity, and for me the major barrier was taking the idea of writing fiction too seriously.
What is your writing process?
At the heart of my approach to writing fiction are the principles of improvisation laid out by theatrical improvisation teacher Keith Johnstone in his book "Impro : Improvisation and the Theatre" (London : Eyre Methuen, 1981). When everything is going well, a story writes itself.
A lot of my stories have been written as a response to writing challenges in which some word is provided as a prompt and the story is written in a limited time. I begin with an idea I think may be amusing, then I use the process of association to come up with other interesting ideas which would link well with it. The basics of the story grow out of the process of problem solving. If I want a scene to occur then that requires characters and a process which will lead to that scene. What kind of characters I create and how I bring them together is partly a matter of practicalities and partly something open to the free expression of the imagination. A practical solution to a plot difficulty often opens up even more amusing possibilities for the story. And there is no knowing where any idea will lead, so there is a strong incentive to entertain even the least promising ones. When the process is going well it feels as if the story already exists and all I'm doing is uncovering it.
Sweet, saucy tales to tickle more than just your funny bone. Meet : Hester the nude life-saver; Lara, who has a therapeutic need to orally pleasure men; Henrietta the lesbian would-be Houdini; and Wild West whore Kitty Sweet whose customers include Liberty Valance and Jesse James. Join the food fun with two celebrity chefs. And dip into the Horny Planet Guide to Global Bonking. All this and more.
The last man on earth besieged by naked night-dwelling emo girls! A tribe of ex-cannibals drooling over the soft white flesh of the missionary's wife! Innocent young men at the mercy of older women! Inexperienced spelunkers confronted by subterranean mutant nymphos! All this and a foaming Chewbacca! Nine saucy tales to tickle more than your funny bone.
Rubby the Robot is a Pleasure Unit with a problem. His job is to provide erotic massages to the all-female crew of deep space explorer ship Nostradamus...but will there be a happy ending for Rubby?
In A Weird Science Tale the fate of the world hangs on a game of strip pinball.
In the future sex will be outlawed, but there will be Rollerbonk!
Music is the food of lust in The Sex Signal.
A psychiatrist who resorts to spanking his bratty nymphomaniac patient ; a rascally Arab who swaps places with his identical twin eunuch brother in order to sample the delights of the harem ; supermarket workers who raise money for the homeless with their Cop a Feel Day ; a woman who dreams she is a talking Playboy centrefold ; a perverted prince who takes advantage of Sleeping Beauty. And more!
Jolly Rogering - What happens when a country milkmaid tries to realise her dream of becoming a pirate by disguising herself as a cabin boy? How long can she keep her secret, and what will happen when a shipload of horny pirates find that they have a sexy young girl at their mercy?
Washed Up - How will sex-crazed Lady Robin Crusoe survive life as a castaway? Is a green banana as good as a man?
Riot Girl - For Patty, molotov cocktails and Tasers were the ultimate aphrodisiac.
The Girl Who Played with Herself - A sexy dragon-tattooed computer hacker stirs up a hornet's nest when an unscrupulous tycoon tries to take advantage of her.
The Cat Who Shot the Cream - Fratman takes on that notorious feline fatale The Panther.
Going Ape! - A sexy primatologist dreams of bonking like a bonobo.
David Van Helsing, great grandson of Dracula's famous nemesis, and his sexy young assistant Nicole, Supernatural Affairs Editor of "World's Most Dangerous Sex Acts Magazine", team up to fight a sexually voracious Vampire Queen in this bawdy (and sometimes kind of gross) tale of the supernatural.
Plus two more tales of terrible titillation.