My wife, Tina, is American and we live in the US for part of the year. But I also teach in a language school in London. I started writing her erotic letters while we were apart. I became fascinated by erotica because it’s a very difficult genre to write in. It’s as hard to write as good comedy. People falling over all the time is not enough to make something funny. And lots of throbbing members and thrusting buttocks do not automatically make something erotic. As George Orwell said, ‘If there were easy money to be made out of dirty words, a lot more people would be making it.’
What inspires you to write in your genre?
At the moment, I'm writing in the cuckold and hotwife genre because I'm fascinated by the conflicting emotions in this lifestyle.
‘I love you, but I want to have sex with someone else.’
‘I hate what you’re doing, but it’s the biggest turn-on I’ve ever experienced.’
‘I desperately want you to stop, but life would be a lot less exciting if you did.’
What makes you different?
I try to make my books as realistic as possible. One of the rules of the cuckold genre is that the stud should be very good at sex. But in the real world, unfortunately, even the studs don’t have twelve inch cocks and the women don’t cum twenty times a night. I also focus on what the characters are feeling – not just on what they’re doing. How do you feel as you watch your wife undressing for her latest stud? Excited? Jealous? Proud? Angry? Or all four at the same time?
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