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Earthing Eros : the Makings of Erotica

I sometimes get asked by readers and acquaintances new to the erotica genre what makes a piece of fiction “erotica”?  What distinguishes it from other fiction genres? 1,091 more words


Why Kindles totally rock & a small announcement

My sweet and faithful Kindle device is a third generation model that I bought when smartphones still hadn’t infected the masses, and iPad Minis were still a distant dream. 734 more words


Luminous Flowers (Anais Nin)

“He asked if she sold luminous
flowers that he had heard about,
flowers which shone in the dark.
He wanted them, he said, for a…
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Sex is more exciting on the screen and between the pages than between the sheets - Andy Warhol

Obviously the above quote isn’t always true – some sex scenes in literature are so appallingly written that they’re laughable (see every sex scene in the… 1,571 more words

Touching her everywhere....

“When she closed her eyes she felt he had many hands, which touched her everywhere, and many mouths, which passed so swiftly over her, and with a wolflike sharpness, his teeth sank into her fleshiest parts. 42 more words


The Curing of a Bibliomaniac Part 14: Under a Glass Bell (Anais Nin, 1948)

Books left: 12. Weeks left: 19 (lucky I’m dreadful at maths, otherwise I might be intimidated).

I was not moving any more with my feet. The cave was no longer an endless route opening before me. 505 more words


- Anais Nin, Erotica -

“We don’t see things as they are, we see them as we are.”- Anais Nin

My friend R told me about her experiences on reading Anais Nin’s “Delta of Venus”, she didn’t seem to be enjoying much of it, as the stories seemed brutal. 277 more words