One way to make your erotica unique is to find your voice as a writer. Period. Your voice, your essential self, contains insights and judgements gathered over years of living life. Your voice will put a unique spin on everything you have to say about sex and the world we live in. Your attitude about the craft of writing will come through loud and clear in your voice. Because your writing voice is a distilled projection of who you are. Your voice echoes your world view.
How do you find your voice?
You will find it in this simple equation: voice = 10% inspiration + 90% perspiration.
Hello, my brother and sister readers and writers of erotica. Earlier today, the Old Soldier took up a comfortable seat in the room at the public library where magazines are kept for browsing. I didn’t do any browsing. I scribbled in my new notebook and thought about life, death, writing and the mild weather we’ve been having in Pittsburgh recently.
I thought about the slowly rising pageviews of the Pittsburgh Flash Fiction, a trend that only recently started after I realized I had to diffuse my approach to increasing my organic traffic. I thought about what day this month to publish a new erotic story by Alexa Night; and I thought about next month’s issue. I have a new sexy story by Anna Bayes scheduled for publication in May.
Alexa and Anna are two of several talented writers that I depend on for stories about sex that appeal to the intellect and the libido. If you enjoy reading stories about sex that appeal to the intellect and the libido, I encourage you to sign up for a free email subscription so you don’t miss a single issue of Pittsburgh’s #1 magazine of culture, local interest, great gangbang stories and sex as art and entertainment.
Here is a list of a few of the people who have had an impact on the look and the content of this blog.
- Andy Warhol
- Hue Hefner
- Lady Gaga
- Ernest Hemingway
- Anias Nin
- Henry Miller
- Jack Kerouac
- Hunter S. Thompson
This is the Old Soldier reporting from Pittsburgh.