Where can you find me? If I'm not out on a long walk, you can find me at home alone making up stories. I've begun writing short stories in the moments when I need to step aside from writing my third novel.
See Hyperlink below which will take you to my serious pen name.
The author claims 'Thoughts Left Unsaid' is not erotic, but I beg to differ with him: The story is erotic as all get-out with an original plot and a happy ending.
Writing good erotica is difficult enough without trying to write subtle erotica where the author has to substitute imagery for the four-letter words. Genteel erotica is hard to write, but Alex Exley knows how. While I thought it was a little slow off the mark, once it got going, Wow!
O.k., here we go with a good, hot story, except this is a good, hot story by a superb writer. The difference is just huge. This erotic story is all out there for you. If you prefer to get horny by innuendo, check out "Thoughts Left Unsaid" by the same author. Both are benchmark. Alex Exley is a pro.
I look first for good writing, which certainly includes proper grammar. The style and voice are up to the author, but I expect the author to take me somewhere else and make me believe the story. Dialog that sounds right is a plus. These expectations are why I go to Ernest Winchester: He's dependable.
Mary's Toy--five stars.
With her magic bag, Jill took Gary to a place he'd never been; with his good writing and excellent dialog, Ernest Winchester took me along with them.
Jill, please, would you bring your magic and yourself over here to me?
Five stars for The Getaway.
Gerty, I enjoyed your story. I think your writing will help, will touch many people in wonderful ways.
This is nitpicky, but I liked that you write in the first person, and that you write declarative sentences in the active voice. Clearly, you know what you're talking about. People believe you. You're brave with a lot to offer, so keep writing, please.
Thank you so much for the kind review you wrote for one of my stories.
Good luck to you, and God bless.
I'm glad to know others out there remember the joys of running an old Mac computer. I still love them even though my family rolls their eyes and wonders about me. They're still fun. You see, Gerty? Your writing touches people.
Keep writing. Never give up. God bless you.