Five tips on how to write erotica from Tenille Brown.
1) Read and familiarize yourself with the erotica genre as to avoid redundancy and so you know what type of writing/stories are most popular and most desired.
2) Put your best foot forward - Submit properly formatted work to editors that adhere to their guidelines and fits their specific call.
3) Research your market - That way you don't end up sending anal erotica to an editor looking for bondage stories.
4) Create believable characters and settings - Remember, it's still a story, not just some pages with some sex.
5) Make the erotic portions believable - Avoid too much gymnastics-like sex. Also, sometimes a little goes a long way. Subtle can be sexy, too.
Tenile Brown is the author of many pieces of fiction including 'Cling' in Rachel Kramer Bussel's anthology, Sex and Candy. Tenile's blog can be found at http://therealtenille.com and her twitter handle is @TheRealTenille.