I’ve published two more erotic shorts since my last post.
Here’s the blurb for Her Favorite Pastime: The insatiable Emily, last seen in Audience Participation, returns in an all-new tale of sexual adventure. Nothing thrills her like sex in public–with her husband, with old lovers, or with new. Tonight she takes on three new lovers one by one, introducing them to the kinky thrills of exhibitionism, voyeurism, and hotel room sex parties. Showing these newbies the ropes will be her pleasure.
And then there’s Taking Advantage, just published today:
The blurb for Taking Advantage: It’s no surprise to readers of her adventures (Audience Participation, Her Favorite Pastime) that Emily loves sex. Particularly anonymous public sex–in adult theatres, hotel parties, sex clubs, anywhere she can get it. But she’s always careful to keep her hobby a secret from her less adventurous friends and co-workers, who wouldn’t understand. That means maintaining a professional relationship with her very attractive but unapproachable boss.
Until the night she stumbles across her boss in the middle of a crowded sex club. It puts a whole new spin on their relationship, and provides an opportunity she doesn’t intend to miss….
So…it appears that I’m writing a series about the insatiable Emily. That wasn’t my intent when I started, but the first story–Audience Participation–has been consistently the best-selling of my erotic shorts. So I decided to try to capture that lightning in a bottle again. So I wrote Her Favorite Pastime, and now Taking Advantage. All stories about Emily’s swinging adventures, and her penchant for plentiful, anonymous and public sex.
But writing these stories just to try to sell them wouldn’t work. I also happen to enjoy writing them. They turn me on. They remind me of the glorious fun–and physical pleasure–I’ve experienced in my real life swinging adventures. They say to write what you know, and one thing I know is swinging. It’s my favorite social hobby (my favorite non-social hobby is writing).
It’s not a hobby for everyone, but I highly recommend it. It’s “more fun than humans should be allowed to have,” as David Letterman is wont to say. (Or was, years ago, when I still watched him.) Some of what Emily has experienced I’ve experienced firsthand. Some of it I’ve witnessed, but not experienced. And some of it is just fantasy. I’ll leave it as an exercise for the reader to try to figure out which is which, if you care.
There will be more stories about Emily’s adventures. And eventually a collection. Possibly more than one, if I write enough stories about her. Or about the adventures of her husband, Brian, or their playmates. It’s a topic about which I have a lot to say, and one I truly enjoy researching.