Yeah, I don’t know so much about it because we don’t have wolves here in the UK (and pretty strong regulations on keeping wild animals) but I hear people thinking huskies/low content wolfdogs are the same as high contents and ending up with dangerous undometicated animals as pets is a problem in the US.
It’s not all that different from writing regular fiction, really. Read well and widely. Decently written erotica is hard to find, and i unfortunately don’t have the money or inclination to trawl through e-published Amazon stuff looking for the gems, but my go-to books for getting into the genre are The Story of O, Fanny Hill and The Pearl magazine. Fanny Hill and The Pearl are both old (Fanny Hill was the first book we’d recognise as an erotic novel ever published), so don’t get too hung up on the language. English has evolved for a reason!
Some mainstream novels by literary greats have mucky bits too, much coveted by the high school English student. Lady Chatterley’s Lover is particularly good for this. Weirdly enough, Iain Banks (peace be upon him) wrote his most lurid and beautiful sex scenes in his literary novels, rather than his SF.
Other than that, the standard advice applies. Write every day - I should practice what I preach - and read books on writing theory, creative writing etc. One of my favourite references at the moment is The Elements of Eloquence by Mark Forsyth, which explains basic rhetoric and the use thereof in a concise, clear way. Anatomy can be useful too. It’s not essential to the extent that it is for visual artists, you won’t need to know precisely how x muscles looks under x area of skin, but it definitely helps to know how penis go in vagina and make babby. Also lets you avoid embarrassing misconceptions like thinking nipples get stiff because of blood flowing into them. Hint: No.
That’s all I got really! I keep on learning, but for now you’ll have to ask a proper languager if you want anything more advanced. Hope it helps.
Cum probably would be really bad for you in large quantities.
Oh man yes, I almost forgot about Ava and Wrathia’s phone thing. That’d be hilarious.
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Hoang Tran is a California native artist who carves incredibly detailed figurines in crayons.
The last one kills me.
Husky (wolf?) playtime is rough
More fun facts about ancient Celtic marriage laws: There were no laws against interclass or interracial marriage, no laws against open homosexual relationships (although they weren’t considered ‘marriages’ since the definition of a marriage was ‘couple with child’), no requirement for women to take their husband’s names or give up their property, but comedians couldn’t get married
It’s Adam and Eve not Adam Sandler and Eve
Good to see it’s not just me who makes their Boss purple to fit in with the Saints’ theme even though literally every other colour is available,
there are people who dont make their boss the embodiment of saints purp?
Confession: I really liked the cyb3rpunk h4ck3rzzz gang in SR3 and dressed my boss up as one of them.