At first, it might seem like podcasting is an odd venue for exploring relationships and sexuality in its many beautiful forms. But the enduring medium is home to all kinds of riveting erotic programs. In fact, erotic podcasts are some of the best erotic media around. Sure, sex is a predominantly physical and in some cases, visual thing. And the podcasting world is exploring that notion in exciting and innovative ways.
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How I Made $10K Last Month Writing and Selling Erotica by Anonymous | williamparkermusic.com
For several years, I have been writing for magazines, newspapers, websites, etc. While writing for such places has been my bread and butter, and the way that I feed my kids, I never really liked it. I published the six novels that I had written in my spare time over the years to see if this was going to be something that I wanted to pursue. The day after the books were published, I had made 19 sales! For the next couple of months, I continued to write and publish my romance novels as quickly as I could until I decided to try something new. The same friend who introduced me to self-publishing also publishes erotic short stories and she tells me all the time about how the earning potential is higher for erotic shorts for two main reasons. There is such a huge market for erotic short stories on Amazon and erotica is the best performing genre on the site.
Has Erotic Romance Lost Its Sizzle? A Report on Erotica, Adult Stories and the Romance Book Market
Erotic romance took center stage in the world of fiction when Fifty Shades of Grey became a bestselling phenomenon. Then came the sudden news that All Romance Ebooks, a boutique retailer specializing in romance and erotica, was also closing. A number of authors I had interviewed said that after seeing an initial bump in sales thanks to Fifty Shades , the numbers have definitely leveled off since then. Some authors attribute the downturn to the glut of erotic romance books now available to readers.
Three years ago, Sarah Sethline, a something living on the West Coast, was a freelance writer, making the kind of non-spectacular money freelance writers make. One day, she happened to see a Reddit post written by a guy who claimed to be making good money writing erotica. Sethline had read smut now and then, and she'd even volunteered as an editor for some erotic stories years before, but she hadn't considered the idea that it might be a way to make a living. Today, Sethline a pen name is the author of more than stories and bundles of stories that you can download from Amazon onto your Kindle. Her work covers a lot of territory: bikers, pregnancy fetishes , gay BDSM, adult diapering, and lots and lots of near-incest Amazon bans the real thing.