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Erotica Readers Don’t Expect Good Writing – WTF? — 9 Comments

  1. I really hate poorly written ebooks of ANY sort…worse in erotica….ruins the moment you know? I love your stance about this, and look forward to reading more of your ebooks!


    • I know just what you mean. When you spend more time frowning over something confusing or unedited, it’s definitely not right! Thanks for your comment!

  2. I really like this. My first novel was supposed to be a short erotica, but it took on a life of its own and changed. Now I’m working group on a sci-fi erotica but the more I work on it the more buildup I want it to have. I take pride in my writings and I’m glad there are others that do as well.

    • Good for you Craig! Sci-fi erotica sounds fun! Make sure you get finished and published, though. Your book is no good to you on your hard drive! 🙂

  3. Preach it! I’ve been saying the same things, doing my best to give good value for the price I’m asking. (99 cents for a short story, three dollars for a linked collection of three shorts, and my debut novel tips the scales at over 500 pages for eight bucks.) Quality editing, proper punctuation and grammar, three-dimensional characters, actual plots… if I wouldn’t settle for less, why should I expect my readers to?
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    • So. So. True! 🙂

      I think your prices are very reasonable – let’s keep up the quality writing and hope that gives us an edge!

  4. Sorry, poor writing distracts! Definitely Not something that happened in Your book. ‘Dating In The Dark’ was my 1st experience reading an erotic novel…and, my goodness! Leaves wanting more!

    • Ooh Maria – that’s exciting to hear! I’m glad you enjoyed it – there’s so much more ‘exciting’ stuff in store for you. Bye-bye housework at Maria’s house!!

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