Writing erotica: Be the next E. L. James
  
Find your voice
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Find your voice


One of the first things that Anna looks out for when she's reading a manuscript for potential publishing is the voice. So make sure you write with a strong voice.

"The tone has to be one that's natural for you, which may be sweetly sensual or dark and disturbing - even light and comedic," says Eden. 

Talking about comedy, that's an important thing to remember - erotica can be funny. It doesn't have to be an entire comic novel, but adding a little quip here and there can definitely be a good thing.



Love & Sex Editor
2012/12/26
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