I write erotic stories based on my own encounters, spiced up with a dash of fantasy and colored with my own view on sexuality, respect for women and tolerance in an LGBT context. I interact on a daily basis with my audience, and try to leave a positive mark. Feel free to visit my blog and let me know what you think.
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English is not your native language?
That is correct. I am Flemish and grew up speaking Dutch and French. I learned English first in school. Once in my teens, my reading obsession kicked in. I devoured books, one after the other. In my preferred genres, there weren't many decent titles available in Dutch, so I switched to English. It was a struggle at first. But reading fiction in its original language, instead of a clumsy, subjective translation, has been an invaluable learning tool. And so has writing erotica. Being this involved with language all the time forces me to expand my knowledge and deepen my relationship with the English language.
When you're not writing, how do you spend your time?
When I'm not writing, I'm trying to find time to write. Like so many people, the challenges of daily life absorb me more than I care for, so getting things out of the way to free up enough time to get in the writing zone occupies my thoughts a lot. Usually, this means late nights staying up writing, sacrificing sleep.
Enjoyable and blood-quickening. The manuscript could use a polish. Some repetition and punctuation issues, but this doesn't degrade the erotic caliber of the story. I'd have liked her to go a bit further, push him a bit more to submit to her and try a pegging perhaps, as the author did dwell on it just a moment, but it wasn't my story to write. I want to read more from this author