I am Misty Vixen (not my real name obviously), and I imagine that if you’re reading this, you want to know a bit more about me.
In a practical sense, I am an author who writes series of novels featuring action, adventure, and detailed sex between one man and a lot of women, typically inhuman women, be they monsters, aliens, or other. I also almost always have a tendency to write about people who are fed up with society, whatever their society is, and are looking for ways to build their own lives of happiness together.
In a more detailed sense, as a writer, I have a few different focuses.
My first focus is on protagonists. When I got my start writing in 2015, I could almost have been called a counterculture author. I was (and still am) tired of the stereotypical male protagonists. You know the kind I mean: the ‘Alphas’, the tough guys, the douche-bros who treat women like crap and get away with it because it’s their story and because ‘it’s okay cuz they’re hot’. I was also tired of the playboy billionaires whose superpower was money, the ultra-ripped firefighters and NAVY Seals, and the larger-than-life outlaws and bad boys. I wanted to hear from way more realistic characters. Socially awkward technicians and self-conscious nerds and quiet introverts. And for five years, I wrote about these types. Recently, however, I’ve been branching out and writing different protagonists. Not alpha-assholes, but characters who are more self-assured, protagonists who are more take charge and get more things done, without being an asshole about it, and without being all-powerful. These characters can still be anxious or uncertain of themselves, but they have a bit more confidence and are more decisive.
The second focus is on themes. You could call these themes foundational. I believed in them when I began writing my first story, Hellcats, and I still do. These are things like trust, honesty, respect, open communication, safe BDSM, functional open and poly relationships, things of that nature. I believe in people talking to each other, people being open and vulnerable with each other and not being punished. I believe in the validity of depression and anxiety, and in trying to face those things realistically. I don’t believe in the stoic hardass who will never show his emotions and always ‘bear his suffering in silence like a true man’. I think that’s BS and shockingly unhealthy. I believe in characters who must make hard decisions and who are toughened by lives lived in a hard world, but who still understand that emotions are valid and it’s not wrong to be open with those you are close to. I think this is the main reason I don’t write romance: I hate drama. I hate people lying to each other and I hate needless rom-com BS plots that could have been solved by two characters have a goddamned two minute conversation.
The third thing that I focus on is sexual encounters. Although my stories can’t really be called erotica any longer, as the story could survive without the sex, sex is still a very crucial component to everything I write. Here’s a quick list of things that I enjoy writing about, sexually speaking.
HAREMS/POLY. Almost everything I write features one dude banging a lot of hot women.
HUMAN GUY X INHUMAN GIRL. Again, almost everything I write features a human guy having amazing sex with aliens, monsters, paranormals, or otherwise inhuman ladies.
FURRY. I wouldn’t identify as a furry, not because I don’t like them, but because my only real interest in furry stuff is I think furry women are hot, but I have found ways of working furry girls into almost everything I write. Typically this manifests as cat girls, but they aren’t the only kind you’ll find.
SIZE PLAY. Definitely on the lower end of the size spectrum. You won’t find fifty foot women here, but you will often find taller than average women. Be they seven foot tall genetically engineered super soldiers or nine-foot half-giantesses, very tall women are well represented in my works.
MATURE. I love older women and my love of them has only grown. You’ll find a lot of cougars around.
BDSM. While I’m no expert fetishist, I do like writing about submissive women who enjoy getting tied down, treated like crap, slapped around, and nailed senseless. Safe words are always recognized & respected.
MILITARY. There’s something especially enticing about a badass woman in a uniform, I’ll admit. Military babes don’t come up a lot, but they come up often enough to mention it.
BISEXUAL. Yeah, I’ll own up to it: I’m guilty of making almost every woman I write about into doing other girls.
And that’s basically me as a writer. Hopefully you can find something you enjoy somewhere in my library!