Tagged: erotica

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Smutlancers Q&A: May 2020 Mailbag

This month, we answered several questions in a rapid-fire style because they were GREAT questions! Also, we answer a question on the decision to self-publish your erotica or go the more traditional route as an erotica author.

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November 2019 Mailbag

It’s time for the November mailbag episode. Molly and I answer questions on self-publishing, staying anonymous, how we write as much as we do, and more! In this episode: How to develop a consistent writing practice and how to make yourself start How do we write as much as we do? Is Kindle the best way to self publish? Is it feasible to write smut for a short while and then stop? Can someone stay anonymous while writing smut? Links from the episode: List of Blogging Memes Ask the Smutlancer The Smutlancers Community on Patreon Follow The Smutlancer on Instagram,...

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e[lust] 113

Photo courtesy of Quinn Rhodes Welcome to Elust 113– The only place where the smartest and hottest sex bloggers are featured under one roof every month. Whether you’re looking for sex journalism, erotic writing, relationship advice or kinky discussions it’ll be here at Elust. Want to be included in Elust #114? Start with the rules, come back January1st to submit something and subscribe to the RSS feed for updates!   ~ This Month’s Top Three Posts ~ The Source of Control Town Use FOMO is NOT how my vagina feels about sex. ~ Featured Post (Molly’s Picks) ~ The Weight...

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How to Build a Sex Blog That Makes Money

Ultimately, building a sex blog that makes money takes time, patience, and a willingness to put yourself out there and learn new things. I hope this guide helps you whether you’re brand new to sex blogging or you’ve been doing it for a while. There are no guarantees of anything, especially when it comes to making money online. You can have the most beautiful site, but if you have to create good content and build an audience. Your content can be amazing, but if your site is hard to navigate and harder to read, you’ll find it tough to build...

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e[lust] 101

No articles from The Smutlancer appear in this month’s e[lust] but that doesn’t mean I can’t share it. (Full disclosure: A blog post I wrote on KaylaLords.com does appear here.) Even when you’re not directly connected to good content, share it anyway. It spreads the love, the cheer, and the smut.  And I highly encourage any and all smutty writers and sex bloggers to submit your work to e[lust] each month. Photo courtesy of Candysnatch Reviews Welcome to Elust 101– The only place where the smartest and hottest sex bloggers are featured under one roof every month. Whether you’re looking...

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Spreading Smutty Love for #SOSS – Volume 1

6/22/20 Edit: A few links were removed because the owner of those sites is someone I no longer feel comfortable linking to. In the world of writing or creating any content about sex, a few things are true… We won’t all agree on what’s sexy or good. It’s a small community so it pays to be kind to each other. The big platforms love our ability to create connection and activity but hate admitting sex and smut exist on their platforms. It’s because of this last one that Patreon cracked down on pornography and sex work but that’s not all....

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How to Make Money: Fiction Writing

I’m not going to tell you or anyone else how to write fiction. As a some-time erotic writer, I know we all have our own methods and styles. A lot of people can write, but not a lot of people can make money at it. In our ongoing series on how to make money, let’s talk about fiction writing in all its forms. On Your Blog The sexy smut on your blog can, eventually, earn money. Like any other kind of blogging, it takes time and effort to build an audience. Once you do, you can leverage that audience into...

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How to Build Relationships with Your Readers

Relationships matter in everything we do. Without good working relationships, day jobs are miserable. A bad relationship – romantic, parental, friend – wreaks havoc on our confidence and mental health. The rapport you build with people can open up new opportunities in life, make connections with strangers, and move your goals forward. Writing about sex is inherently personal. When you build relationships with your readers, you create a connection that can change lives. Once you decide that you want to take your ability to write and connect and turn it into income, relationship building becomes even more important. Without readers,...

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Writing About Sex Isn’t Easy Money, No Matter What Anyone Says

Back in 2015, when I decided that maybe writing about sex was a legitimate career choice (spoiler alert: it totally is), I did the only thing I could think of. I Googled “how to make money writing about sex.” Big mistake. My results were filled with articles of “legitimate” writers who decided they’d try this whole erotica thing out for themselves. Some said they made a few pennies. Others said that for an hour of work, they made a few hundred dollars. Most of the “advice” I read centered on the idea that writing about sex is a joke, no...