How to Write Erotic Short Stories That Sell: A Simple Formula

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How to Write Erotic Short Stories That Sell: A Simple Formula

How to Write Erotic Short Stories That Sell A Simple Formula Have you ever dreamed of making money by writing erotica You could be on your way thanks to Christina Palmer author of the top ten bestseller Duty Bound The Enslavement of Jenny and over other ti

  • Title: How to Write Erotic Short Stories That Sell: A Simple Formula
  • Author: Christina Palmer
  • ISBN: 9781491031230
  • Page: 304
  • Format: Paperback
  • Have you ever dreamed of making money by writing erotica You could be on your way, thanks to Christina Palmer, author of the top ten bestseller Duty Bound The Enslavement of Jenny and over 15 other titles Erotica is one of the most popular genre s of the moment and massive sales of books like Shades of Grey have been stoked by the ever increasing popularity of E readHave you ever dreamed of making money by writing erotica You could be on your way, thanks to Christina Palmer, author of the top ten bestseller Duty Bound The Enslavement of Jenny and over 15 other titles Erotica is one of the most popular genre s of the moment and massive sales of books like Shades of Grey have been stoked by the ever increasing popularity of E readers like Kindle and Nook Christina Palmer has sold over 50,000 erotic short stories since March 2012 and for the first time is sharing her simple formula for success The author of erotic short stories like the bestselling Taking Jenny and The Bad Cop will show you, step by step, how to structure and implement the basic outline of your story and also includes helpful tips on how to cater for your target audience, be it men or women Whether you want to write hard core, soft core or erotic romance, Christina will arm you with the simple architecture to pursue your own success as an author of sexy erotica This edition includes a foreword by Bianca James and also a simple erotic thesaurus Warning Contains sexual content and is for adults 18 only.

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    One thought on “How to Write Erotic Short Stories That Sell: A Simple Formula

    1. Marilyn Vix on said:

      This is a must for anyone wanting to give a stab at Erotica writing. Lots of good tips to get you started. The erotic thesaurus is invaluable. Reasonable price for what you get. Fast read to get you writing the next day.

    2. Stephanie on said:

      I've been curious about writing erotica, since it seems so popular, and in a writing group I'm in, someone made a comment, referencing things in this book. So I decided to check it out. It's. ok? It's not bad, by any means, and I did learn from it. It is, however, short. Short isn't bad, I would rather have a short book provide me with all the information it promises, and nothing more, than a book full of filler, with only a little real information. Palmer delivers 37% of the book (according to [...]

    3. Danielle Lynn on said:

      Not really helpfulThey say if you can not write anything else you turn to erotica and that seems to be the case with this writer. I was expecting a step by step of the elements that went into writing good erotica and instead I got samples of her book and details of her story along with a larger sample of her book at the end. Plus there was a lot of fillers, why you should write this blah, blah, blah! The only helpful thing was in the last few pages, this writer gives us plenty of alternatives to [...]

    4. Patrick on said:

      Some the advice is stuff that I've figured out on my own forays into erotica. Most of the book is short stories--three seems too many but I guess that helps to provide some value. The stories really need a capable editor as the author does not seem to understand the basics of grammar; it's the kind of stuff that would get torn to shreds in any online critique group. The "erotica thesaurus" is pretty useless.Overall it's not great but it was free so I'm not going to complain too much.

    5. Arthur Cravan on said:

      I don't know. Erotica stories kinda write themselves, don't they? The author's own two short stories, included at the end, seemed like great examples of the genre, though. If you had the question 'how do I write an erotic short story' on your mind while just reading her actual work, it's like the actual 'how to write' bit also explains itself.Time to gift the world some new text-based pornography.

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