Hi @daddyshornygirl92 . Thanks for the Ask.
Yeah I have about a million tips.
First and foremost, in regards to these types of writings, I recommend that you genuinely don’t give a fuck if people will like it. Be honest to yourself, that is it. Never write for approval when expressing yourself, but do it from the heart. People will sense it’s genuine and they will appreciate it more that way anyways. Whatever you “feel” inside; write that. It’s so much more refreshing in the end to see a person’s vulnerability on display than some “they want to hear this” jargon. Wise people recognize the transparency in the author and immediately pass judgement on the charlatan behind the piece.
Next, do your best to not be repetitive. It’s hard sometimes here the more prolific you become. I have over 1,000 unique posts and although it’s clear I’m passionate and am driven by giving orgasms, I still try to encapsulate a new angle each time or a new feeling within myself. Like how it makes me feel to see her eyes as I go down on her, or how amazing it physically feels to penetrate her with that first thrust. Sometimes a thesaurus will help in some regard to jar some ideas loose and facilitate not using the same phrases.
Aesthetics. I also like to include an image or two, but I try to keep it somewhat classy, although that is really my own way. Do what feels right for you.
If you are talking in terms of writing in a different forum, such as a novel, a fiction piece here, or even elsewhere I suppose, then the inverse is true and you should be concerned about the audience more. I still think you need to put heart into it, but fiction stories lend themself to ascertaining who may read it. As a result, you probably should be aware that women are the ones who read erotica, by-and-large, so maybe lay off the foosball references.
Next tip: write often. You will get better and better as time progresses. I reflect back on things I wrote a year ago and shake my head in disappointment, some even which still may get reblogged, but most I just deleted at some point or completely rewrote it instead of sending things I don’t like back out there.
Last but not least, make sure that the grammar is sound. Quality grammar will not make a written piece good, but poor grammar will ruin it every time. It is such a distraction to be in the middle of a story or musing, all to be met with “their” when they meant “they’re”. Then all of a sudden, you forgot what they were even saying, and wish you had a red pen.
Hope that helps.