Five tips (in no particular order) on how to write erotica from Janine Ashbless:
1) Stop watching TV. Or cooking. Or spending hours on Facebook. Or something ... Your choice. You're going to need to give up something you enjoy to have extra time writing.
2) “Whenever you feel an impulse to perpetrate a piece of exceptionally fine writing, obey it – whole-heartedly – and delete it before sending your manuscripts to press. Murder your darlings.” - Arthur Quiller-Couch
3) You MUST learn to write in a manner that is comprehensible, fluid and grammatically correct. The rules of grammar and punctuation exist for a reason: learn to use them before you break them.
4) While your first book is out looking for a publisher, write the next one, and the next. Bottom drawer books will find a home eventually, but you need stock in hand.
5) Don't try and catch up with bandwagons - it's already too late. Write the book that only you can write.
Janine Ashbless is the author of many pieces of fiction including Named and Shamed. More of Janine's work can be found by visiting: www.janineashbless.blogspot.com.