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A wife is punished for being flirtatious.

Whether it's good or bad is almost irrelevant.

I look at writing the same way, even erotica. It's still a creation, a work of art that someone has given their time and energy to. One should write to stimulate the senses; that's how I approach my writing. It's a balancing act between what to describe in great detail (the sex scenes usually) and what you can give minimal description to and just let the reader fill in the details as they will. Giving them just enough so that they can picture what you want them to see, but letting them fill in their own details so they feel a part of it. God, I hope that doesn't sound too pretentious.

Most of your stories are in the Lesbian category. Do you anticipate branching out to other categories, and if so, which ones do you think you will try? Why?

Well, I am trying to branch out a little. Unfortunately, my first forays into heteroerotica are not my best works but I knew that would be the case. It's harder to write about something that you've never tried, and I think readers, even those just looking for a quick jolt to get aroused, are savvy enough to see when one is not proficient in the subject matter being written. But I think that it's also important, if one wants to grow as an author, to explore new things and try different subject matters. So, yes, I will be trying other categories.

As for which categories, I will probably try "Transsexuals and Crossdressers" and "Sci Fi and Fantasy" next. I've always loved the idea of men dressing as women and am a rather big fan of fantasy novels. As for the other categories out there, it's hard to say, but I won't rule anything out.

I write prose, it's what I feel most comfortable with. It's really difficult for me to write poetry for some reason. My only foray into poetry came to me while I was taking a shower one morning. It literally sprang, fully formed, into my mind and I quickly hopped out, went to the computer still soaking wet, and typed it out verbatim. I was inspired by two women I'd met online who are very important to me. It's also the only time that's ever happened so the chance that it will happen again is very slim, lol.

What is your typical writing style - do you work in shorter bursts, writing a section of a story and then putting it aside and returning to it? Or do you sit down and write a story from beginning to end? Do you work on just one story at a time, or do you work on multiple stories at once?

Well. I love just sitting down and writing. If an idea comes to me, I have to get it typed out as quickly as possible. That's another reason why most of my pieces are on the shorter side. I never plan anything. A concept comes to mind, then I sit down in my chair and start typing. The characters tell their own stories. I just put it down so others can read it. I've tried coming up with an outline, a logical progression, but I find that I can't follow it at all and I am really wasting my time trying. Also, I do very little in the way of editing, though that is changing somewhat. I don't like making large changes to what I've written because I feel that it takes away from my initial concept. So, little continuity errors or wrong words do creep in from time to time.

I usually only work on one thing at a time.

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