The Top Sex Bloggers via Kinkly. I haven't looked at it for awhile, maybe 2 years. It's possible this is exactly where I was on their list last time too. At least I'm consistent.
Category: "Sex Writer"
I've been using Scoop.it for awhile. This is my second account. I used to have more topics, but when I started my second account (again, not keeping two accounts), there were even more limits on free accounts. Now it isn't even working that well. At this point I'm probably doing more for their traffic than they do for mine. Not that I'm getting huge traffic and not that they particularly gear the site for sexual or adult topics either. Is it worth keeping? I do like having a place to post links, beyond this site where I can't just post the link and leave it. I like posting links for people to find and read more if they have an interest. But, if it's on my site I have to add some kind of commentary, grab an image (usually) and add the link to the source. One of the things I like about using Scoop.it is the software which does that for me. Also, I like using the search to see what else is suggested for my topic. I can't find something like that which I can run myself, self-hosted especially. I would prefer not to use a web service, they can disappear or change without notice or approval. So, staying with Scoop.it in particular is becoming less ideal for me. I could get a business (premium) account but... that makes so little practical sense considering my budget of zilch. One other feature of Scoop.it is auto posting to social media. I've never been a complete fan of that. But, I don't mind it so much since it only posts once and I forget to do it myself. I will watch for an alternative but, I wonder if life would be simpler without it. Do I use it mainly for myself and the idea of generating traffic or do I really like sharing links this way? Would it be just as simple to create a feed of links in my own sidebar here and auto share posts with a plugin? I would miss the suggested content but, the reason I started writing this was the break down in that feature. It used to be much better. Possibly, they (Scoop.it) has limited that more than before as well. Tonight, it was especially not useful, and hasn't been for several weeks. So... more choices and more changes.
Inspired by an experienced gentleman.
Here are my own ideas in short, carefully crafted erotica:The slow curl of his smile. Water sliding over fresh, clean skin. Downcast eyes almost hiding upturned lips. Cold skin warmed with a kiss. Knots holding a good man down.
Erotic Science Fiction and Fantasy Stories in AudioSource: Nobilis Erotica I submitted three stories. Will see if I hear anything back from them.
Put some thought into what makes a really bad sex scene. Don't make it too unbelievable, something no one would ever have written, but how bad can you go? Twisted arms and legs, body parts which move in odd ways or seem to multiply? Words that don't suit the mood, aggravate the mood or completely bypass the mood and make you want to read something with fluffy bunnies instead? Write about sex in a bad, messed up way. Play with it. Idea source: Bad Sex in Fiction Award 2015: What are they and does Morrissey have a shot? | News | Culture | The Independent His knuckle rubbed her pussy button, giving her a hard on. Once she was really wet, dripping like a leaky faucet, he dived into her crotch shoving deep, mining her with his throbbing, purple pussy eater. It doesn't need to be long. In cases like this, short is a good thing. It is fun to write, without the pressure of trying to make it good.