Adult erotica chat
Think about the characteristics that you find most entertaining, and then brainstorm: Readers like characters who use fun dialog, have a good sense of humor, and make interesting choices.
What types of hobbies, beliefs or interests might help to develop your characters–and give them something in common? Most readers prefer erotica shown from the female perspective, unless the work is written specifically for readers of M/M (man on man).
Meanwhile, Plagg and Tikki have had enough of their holders' indecision and obliviousness.
What will Marinette do when she founds out the kitty she loves is the same man who is most bullied at school and turns out to be homeless?
Even cliffhangers in series need to give the readers hope that all is well, if at least for the time being.Make sure that romance is a strong part of your plot if you’re planning on marketing to erotic romance readers, and make sure you’re clear about your subgenres.Let your audience know what they’re in for before they read your work: if you are including kinky or gay/lesbian aspects to your story, or if you are incorporating audience-specific subgenres such as horror, steampunk, or hard science fiction, be clear about those aspects in your marketing. One point that I cannot stress enough is the importance to be innovative and unique in your erotica.As an erotica author, I’ve found that many people have preconceived notions about the art of writing erotica and erotic romance.Before I became well versed in writing the genre, I had misconceptions of my own, and that led to much trial and error as I worked to refine my craft and learn how better to please my audience.