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When did you start writing erotica and why?
I had an ancient and laughable Apple IIe in my room as a teenager with those big floppy discs, the only thing it was good for was word processing, which was my parents intent. By an age that would make you blush I had begun having relations and fantasies, knew what Penthouse Forum was, and was having vivid fantasies that were soon overwhelmed by my lesbian intentions. When I got a real computer and AOL chat was all the rage I was using the written word to drive women and myself to orgasm. It started as writing "what I wish would happen" type stories, but then life took it's turns and writing was put away. A few things happened then simultaneously. 1-I got pregnant and put off of work so I had time at home to myself. 2-My heterosexual marriage fell apart. 3-I realized with hormones racing through my body that my sexual soul was lesbian, and it was time to quit calling myself "bisexual." While in the closet in a small town, writing about my experiences and fantasies helped keep my sexual sanity.
What inspires you to write in your genre?
I think any writer builds on a combination of experience and imagination. I had written some heterosexual erotica, but it was not in my heart. Lesbian experiences, though few, met with lesbian desire, which was plentiful. Once I started the blog, stories flowed out of me, and the inspiration to keep going was the feedback I got on the blog, on my writing on Literotica, and in email correspondence. Women were sharing themselves with me because I touched them with my writing.
What makes you different?
I am told that nobody writes first person erotica in the way that I do. Women can relate to what I share in my thoughts and actions. Lesbian women can relate because they have been there, and curious women know they want to be with me. I am told I write realistic conversations, and there is an easy answer why...because many of those conversations happened almost exactly as I write them.