I think I know who the postings are about ;-)
Well, then you’d be wrong, unfortunately, but keep on guessing, because it is kind of adorable that it has to be about a specific person to you. I write to reach every single one of you in the same way: that is the most honest truth and bottom line.
I write for every one of you – that is the truth. Different posts have different muses, most the time. They are my assistant, in some ways, to generate some delicious ladyboner material, stamped in time for eternity, for the whole world to see, and only her and I know for certain.
You see, my writing style is somewhat atypical other erotica bloggers, and definitely to erotica authors. I write in the first person narrative (I, we) and second person narrative (You), almost exclusively, with the exception of #fantasy posts. Those are a little more like third person short stories tailor-made for a follower here or there. I’d venture to say most people write in the third person narrative (He/she).
The reason: I feel that this distinction what makes this blog feel personal, to the reader. When I say something like: “Hello Miss Tumblr, I want to hold you down, taste your sweet wetness, and stare into your eyes to see the reaction set in when I do it. I want to know, when you cum for me, staring back at me, how honest your eyes are”
There is something different, and more personal in that statement, than: “Jane came home from work and Bill held her down and ate her pussy with the utmost passion. They truly love each other. She went crazy inside, meanwhile, he felt completely satisfied with himself in what he could do to her.”
Shit like that bores me and I see it everywhere. You can introduce all the BDSM concepts you want coupled with top-notch vocabulary; it still feels like stilted, manufactured crap.
What inspires me or what I think about as I write has changed so many times it is hard to keep track of now.
It is just writing. It is meant to make you wet, and touch.