It’s early and her eyes were barely open, but the pounding in her chest told her it was almost time. The clock was redundant today.(read more…)
Author: Ina Morata
With less than a week to go to Valentine’s Day, I have a little treat for you, if you want to get all hot and steamy under the covers this month. Until 16th February, my erotic short story collections Carnal and Can You See Me?: Darkly Erotic Tales of Voyeurism are on sale at 99c/99p (or equivalent).
I had begun writing erotica at the request of someone else, several years ago. I did as I had been ordered, not knowing what to expect, but the interesting thing was that I discovered that, over time, it began to free me – from my life, from expectations placed upon me, and most importantly, from myself. And I discovered that I wasn’t too bad at it, and that I enjoyed it!
Yet I was beginning to feel displaced. Did I want to write about the sexual as something disparate and standalone with no context and no feeling? Did I want to write about the erotic at all? Why was I doing so?
Carnal is out now! It’s a hot read! Beginning with a story about a sexy wake-up coffee and ending with some steamy sexting before bed, it also contains stories of naughty video calls, unexpected voyeurism, a very sex-driven scientist who has a secret experiment, first times, steamy encounters with strangers and lovers, and loads more.
The problem with souls is they have bodies: Mortal and ageing, tied bound trapped by life’s conformity. The trouble in a soul is(read more…)
A number of weeks ago, I joined well over 100 writers in beginning this long journey which, round upon round, takes us through pretty much the entire year of assignments which increase in length, diversity and difficulty, as the knock-out rounds come and go until the remaining two go head-to-head. Our most important instruction is not to tell anyone which entry is ours until after the voting round for each assignment.