• Fiddling & Faddling

    If it’s not already obvious, Erotic Writer is going through another overhaul. We’ve upgraded our account, now have a number of premium themes to choose from, and are experimenting with them. I’d like to settle on a theme that is readily accessible and with a bit more visual appeal. Your input/criticism is welcome. The update… 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

  • Seeing You

    I wrote this as a short paragraph, but decided to break it up into a little free verse poem. Hope you enjoy it. The beginning of autumn always gives me more time to write. Seeing you in the kitchen slicing apples, kneading dough, wiping your flour-dusted hands on the back of your jeans, dress, or… 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 Orc Anar 1-27

      Just a quick note. I’ve done no blog formatting. I copied and pasted. Treat the story as an ongoing Rough Draft. I made some changes toward the end of Chapter 25. I added two more chapters. I’m introducing a couple new characters who will be woven into the larger story and Gregor’s troupe. Any… Continue Reading

  • Asking For It

    “What’d he say?” Jamille asks. “So he calls us all into the chapel. He just says: I’ve heard enough complaints. Then he launches into this lecture about women and a woman’s proper attire.” She makes air quotes around the word ‘proper’. “That our families sent us to a Christian school because they believed in a… Continue Reading