7 groups were found for the search term „erotica“.
- 111 Members
This group is for member who are 18+ or older please!! Authors can discuss anything about their erotica books or future books that they are wanting to write. You are welcome to help other authors out and give ideas.
- 144 Members
This is a group for all of the Erotica writers. You can post here your updates, share and maybe find some new ideas for your next story, this is a very loving group were you can talk about all kinds of stuff, from your fantasies to the really hard core BDSM ideas.
- 9 Members
Erotic book discussion and meeting new people
Hub for Writers of Erotica
- 68 Members
A group for those who write erotic short stories, sexy fan fiction, and erotica ebooks for kindle, etc. Here, I would like to see us discuss how to get our books out there, writing tips, etc. Please be respectful of others, and no trolling.***Only 18 and over please***
Erotica Group (18+)
- 1746 Members
This group is for all those who like to read or write Adult stories.Come join us and tell us about your hot heroes and their spicy lives.We´re here to have fun. ღღTO JOIN THE GROUP YOU NEED TO BE 18 AND OVER.ღღ
extreme pleasures within
- 13 Members
group that discusses ways to promote writing erotica and ideas to include in stories to make them good
- 1 Member
This is a group devoted to writing fiction whose base is in the Cyberpunk science fiction genre, but has grown to include the Duality Of Centuries between the 19th century and 21st. This is a slipstream sub genre that makes you feel really strange. It crosses over Horror, Cyberpunk, Romance, Autobiography, and Erotica in a way that juxtaposes you back into the real world with your view on consensus reality changed. A form of transrealism. Often said stories are about "romance of cultures" where conflicting cultural identities in the midst of reincarnations across periods of history between the 19th century and 20th play a role. Protagonists are generally isolated loners on the edge of society, often serial murderesses. They don't have to be French murderesses, though only Germany, Switzerland, Italy, and France have used guillotines which are an important symbol in the work. A women's slipstream geared toward lesbians.