Spicy Bedtime Reading
Sharing erotica with your lover can be a great way to connect long distance, keep each other aroused during the day, set the stage for a hot night.
Erotica can even a way to break the ice and share a fantasy you’re nervous about confessing.
What if you could write your own erotica?
Why? It could be a very special gift.
Or an exciting way to explore each other’s erotic fantasies.
Or a way to tell your lover just how sexy you think they really are.
I’m here to tell you, you can write your own erotica.
It doesn’t matter if you’re a “good” writer or not. This is for you and your lover, all that matters is that the two of you find it exciting.
Step 1. Read Erotica
Your first step to writing your own erotica is to read erotica.
Go online, check out some books, read the erotica selections here at Tickle Me Pretty. Get familiar with what’s out there, and figure out what turns you on, and what turns your honey on. Tickle Me Pretty Tip:
Step 2. Select Your Flavor
Erotica comes in a wide range of flavors, from softcore tales dipped in romance, all euphemism and subtlety, to hardcore raunch, and of course all the various spices you can imagine.
Now that you’re familiar with some of it, the next step to writing your own erotica is to decide what flavor excites you and your lover.
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Step 3. Remember the Fantasy
It’s easier to write erotica about fictional characters, and less likely to raise negative reactions as well.
Even if those fictional folk are really supposed to be you and your honey, keep them fictional (at least on the surface)!
Why? If you make it directly about the two of you, you risk creating a script and set of reactions that may not work in reality.
Erotica is about fantasy, it’s about letting your imagination run wild.
For example, you could look up names from the 1800s and set the scene inside your country estate. Or just take a flashback to the 1940s war-time era. The first thing that comes to your head…Say it, and go for it. Tickle Me Pretty Tip:
Step 4. KISS – Keep It Short and Simple
Start with a short piece, something meant to tease and arouse.
It doesn’t have to be a complex story, it doesn’t even have to be a complete story.
And it doesn’t really need much plot.
You just need the vaguest excuse for things to get sexy. If you decide to write a steamy piece about the pool boy, you don’t need to worry about the backstory, or why there’s a new hot pool boy, or anything other than what happens when he…well, you fill in the rest.
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Try out this online plot generator.
Click on any of the green buttons and random plots will appear in the text box. For example, we just got “A forceful 20 year-old woman. The story begins in a lift.” Hot. No really, that’t hot.
Step 5. Ignite the Spark
One easy way to get started writing erotica is to imagine a hot scene, and start asking questions. “What if…” Whether you use things you see in life, or pull it from your imagination doesn’t matter.
The pool guy? What if there’s a new hot pool boy, and it’s a hot day, and he’s thirsty?
Pirates? What if a maiden sets sail on a voyage but her ship is overtaken by pirates, and the pirate captain takes a liking to her? Tickle Me Pretty Tip:
Step 6. Just Write
Ask your lover about their fantasies. Think about your own fantasies.
Then sit down and just write.
Don’t worry about the mechanics. Don’t worry if it’s good or bad. Don’t worry about anything but getting a sexy idea out of your head and into words.
Just do it. You can clean it up when you’re done. You can tweak the grammar later.
Just write what arouses you, and what you think will arouse your honey. And then share it with them.
That’s the hardest part, but do it.
And make sure to tell them that they inspired you to write something hot and steamy just for the two of you. Tickle Me Pretty Tip: