Welcome to “Luv in the Morning,” a blog for women who enjoy erotic literature.
When I say “erotic literature” I don’t mean those dirty stories that my high school boyfriends used to read in the letters section of Penthouse magazine. You know, the ones that always began, “I never thought this would happen to me…” Yeah, it didn’t happen to you. Those guys always thought that if we would read them, too, we would be as turned on as they were. Teenage boys. Whatya gonna do, right?
For me “erotic literature” is well written and it takes its time. It develops characters and settings and plots and builds slowly, achingly to the sex scene. Oh, yeah, there’s always a sex scene and, for me at least, it has to be fairly explicit. When I’ve waited that long, I want details. (I won’ lie; I’m kind of a sex fiend.)
After looking around I discovered that there weren’t many places where I could find my kind of stories, so I decided to put my BA in English to work and write some of my own. I published them on various sites under various names and it was fun.
Then, a couple of months ago, a friend of mine suggested that I publish my stories in my own blog. I had never considered that so I looked around and did a little research on blogging and decided, what the heck.
And, here we are. I call it “Luv in the Morning” because that’s my favorite kind of sex — that lazy, not rushed, playful, Sunday morning sex that wakes you up and then, if it’s really good, puts you back to sleep again…and then wakes you up again.
My first story, a novella called “Soccer Mom Stripper,” is from my own experiences with some of the names and details changed to protect the naughty. Other stories will be pure fantasy. And some will be experiences that were related to me by my friends. (You’d be surprised the things people are willing to tell you when they find out you write erotica.)
I hope you enjoy reading them as much as I enjoy writing them. And, more importantly, I hope they make you as hot as they do me.
Enjoy. Make love early and often. And write to me and let me know what you think.
Peace and love —