I checked them out, while not bad, still not my thing. They do not even know how to foreplay and set up an ambiance. The Akira story also freaked me out. Femdom is a good genre, but his Akira was a brute.Helbereth wrote:Honestly, I can't make any specific recommendations. This is not a genre I typically read and or write. There are a lot of such stories on the forums here, though, if you have the patience to look. Seek out authors like Banda, YourFavAnon and Themocaw for a spectrum of examples (some more disturbing than others; fair warning). Not everything they do is exactly perfect, but they've all had more acclaim than detractors.Florentine wrote:-Any Suggestions? Lushstories has ALOT of awful members that the ads seems to be much more enjoyable than the actual stories written. Literotica has an awful layout, dead interfacing and the rating system was just as awful.If I were to suggest anything, it would be to do more reading, especially in the genre you're attempting to write.
However, any amount of reading should help equip you better, even if it's nothing within the romance genre. Granted it would be more efficacious to investigate the genre you're writing directly, but plenty of fiction novels contain romantic scenes as part of their narrative. Usually they don't get as descriptive when it comes to the actual physical act, but it can help you learn how to create a more believable scenario that leads to the scene you're writing, as well as teach you about dialogue and descriptive nuance.
Then I checked out your stories and seriously, why are you so humble?
While you are not into erotica, you know exactly how to create a good atmosphere. You totally had me floored with your writing skills! I bow to you my teacher.
But doesnt mean I bow doesnt mean you get a licking! Im not that drunk
I will just be stalking you till I leached everything I need to learn from you