• Midnight Snack

    The first book of Daydreams & Distractions is now available in Epub and Kindle format. I have also published it through Draft2Digital. This means you will be able to buy it from other sellers, though I recommend EPUB (Converting to Kindle mysteriously inserts a blank page between each chapter) and purchasing it through Erotic Writer.… Continue Reading

  • Offerings

    This is the companion piece to Rites, written at the request of Stephanie. The point of view changes from the female to the male. The story is different but also grounded in the same world as Rites. And as with Rites, there’s nothing much too it beyond a celebration of the erotic. Enjoy. The high Priestess… Continue Reading

  • Rites

    Sorry I’ve been away so long, but I do continue to write. If you enjoy the following, be sure and let me know. There’s nothing much to it other than the simply joy of erotica. After we supped, the head mistress stood. We had all suspected some burden disquieted her. Mistress Flavius was normally affable,… Continue Reading

  • The Complete Monsterotica

    Included here: The four previous stories, lightly edited for now, and the final, fifth addition: The Dappled Tartan Waylayer. Forward Some background on these stories seems in order. These stories come from a slender, hand-written book called A Field Guide to Domestic Monsters and Their Copulatory Strategies. The studies in the book appear to have… Continue Reading

  • Monsterotica: The Speckled Purple Milker

    Among the variety of cephalopods in the Eroticus family, the Speckled Purple Milker’s method of attack is not fully understood. Additionally, the monster is so reclusive and secretive that even its victims are frequently unable to describe it. Nevertheless, some victims may recall seeing a speckled purple sweater, coat or dress in their closet, chest… Continue Reading

  • Monsterotica | the Bare-Back Impaler

    The bare-back impaler is among the most common of cephalopodic adaptations. This monster may be found in almost every household and is among the earliest recorded. It is also a rare example of domestication. The monster, like all members of the cephalopodic family, are masters of camouflage. The bare-back impaler is nearly indistinguishable from the… Continue Reading