Male, Straight, London

Whatever your deepest sexual desire, I’ll create it into story-form.

All genres Fantasy writing
What is a writer?

What is a writer?

Where sexting meets Shakespeare.

A sensual or erotic writer is someone who specialises in creating literary works that focus on themes of sensuality, intimacy, and sexual desire. These writers craft narratives and descriptions that evoke a strong emotional and, often, sexual response in the reader. An erotic writer can also make custom stories. 

What makes it hot?

Imagination stimulation: Erotic writing engages the reader's imagination, allowing them to visualise and experience scenarios that can be intensely arousing.

Emotional connection: Well-written erotic content often goes beyond physical acts, exploring emotional connections and desires, making the reader feel a deeper engagement with the characters and situations.

Exploration of taboos: Erotic writing can push boundaries and explore aspects of human sexuality that may be considered taboo, providing readers with a safe and imaginative space for exploration.

It's debatable. Erotic writing tends to focus on narrative, emotions, and character development other than purely sexual action, while pornography is primarily about sex. However as the idea of what porn can be begins to shift, it can be said that erotic writing is a form of pornography.

Yes, empowering characters and consensual scenarios can contribute to a positive and empowering experience for readers.

There's no rules here! It depends on your audience and the purpose of your writing. Strive for a balance that serves the narrative and resonates with your readers, and most importantly, write in a way that is true to you.


Create consent: Clearly establish and emphasise consent in your writing. Respectful and consensual interactions contribute to a more positive reading experience.

Develop characters: Invest time in developing well-rounded characters with personalities, desires, and motivations. This enhances the reader's connection and involvement in the narrative.

Varied language: Use a diverse and evocative vocabulary to describe sensations and emotions. Well-chosen words can intensify the impact of the writing.


Avoid gratuitous content: Gratuitous or explicit content without purpose may overshadow the emotional depth of the narrative. Ensure that every element serves a meaningful role in the story.

Steer clear of harmful stereotypes: Be mindful of perpetuating harmful stereotypes or reinforcing unhealthy power dynamics in your writing. Aim for inclusivity and sensitivity.

Skip the rush: Allow the narrative to build gradually. Rushing through scenes can lessen the emotional impact and connection between characters.