How to Write Erotic Short Stories that Sell: A Simple Formula

The #1 Amazon Bestseller in it’s category

Have you ever dreamed of making money by writing erotica?

You could be on your way, thanks to Christina Palmer, author of the top ten bestseller Duty Bound – The Enslavement of Jenny and over 15 other titles. Erotica is one of the most popular genre’s of the moment and massive sales of books like “Shades of Grey” have been stoked by the ever increasing popularity of E-readers such as Kindle and Nook. Christina Palmer has sold over 60,000 erotic short stories since March 2012 and for the first time is sharing her simple formula for success. The author of erotic short stories like the bestselling “Duty Bound” and “The Bad Cop Trilogy” will show you, step by step, how to structure and implement the basic outline of your story and also includes helpful tips on how to cater for your target audience, be it men or women.

Whether you want to write hard-core, soft-core or erotic romance, Christina will arm you with the simple architecture to pursue your own success as an author of sexy erotica. This edition includes a foreword by Bianca James and also a simple erotic thesaurus.

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3 Comments

  1. This really works! I downloaded and read this guide a month ago and wrote my first story using the tips shared by Christina Palmer, a prolific and highly successful author in the erotica genre. 

  2. Not as long as you think My main disappointment with the book is that it is nowhere near fifty pages. Christina includes *two* of her own short stories at the end, which is nice, but drastically diminishes from the actual “how to” content — the very purpose of the book. Further, it is odd that she states emphatically that you should write was arouses you, what drives you (“passion can’t be faked”), yet spends much of her advice declaring what women want and what men want. Men’s desires and women’s desires are not so…

  3. VERY CONFUSED! I thought I was getting a how-to guide instead I received a very small pamphlet on writing a story with a beginning, middle and ending. I knew all of those things and I feel the author should have said for (beginning writers) who don’t know how a story is written. I feel extremely disappointed and wish I could get a refund. I will sum this book up in one sentence. Write an erotic tale that has a beginning (foreplay), middle (sex) and ending (conclusion) There! you have saved yourself $2.99

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