I began my blog of lesbian fantasies in 2013, wondering if anyone out there might like the stories I have carried in me all my life. Why hadn't I published before? Well, I was ashamed, simple as that. I'm shy by nature, and awkward enough with my sexuality, let alone with the sheer strength of it. But it was bound to spill out one day; and so here I am, with a backlog of stories being enjoyed by my site's visitors, an e-book, and a published collection.
What inspires you to write in your genre?Writing has always been cathartic for me; a way to express my needs and my dreams, in a way that captures some of the complexity and poetry of being me. For someone with intense physical drives and impulses, it's a huge release to be able to dance freely among words. And to have others enjoy my creations just makes me happy.
What makes you different?
To be honest, I don't read erotica myself, and being anonymous is really important to my writing because it allows me to go reach places within my fantasies I would otherwise hesitate to commit to ink. So, I don't really know whether I'm different or not! However, I do know from my publisher that my style is rather unique. I write from my heart, and my heart can be a strange and startling place.
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