Thinking of England

Huge benefit of a Kindle Unlimited subscription is the ability to read a lot of Kindle books without spending a huge amount of money. This makes my research job easy and cheap; I just look up books, download them, read them, return them. I’m allowed ten at any one time, and that’s plenty.

I figured that there must be someone writing a “How To” book for Kindle erotica and it turns out there’s a large selection. I chose this one by Katrina England, based on the blurb.

Sometimes these sorts of books are a load of vague flannel, just regurgitating the “how to get started” pages from the site, rephrasing the instruction manual, or whatever.

Ms England is an accomplished author of some elegant and steamy erotica. I downloaded one title – for research purposes! – and I must say that my clean underwear reserves are taking a beating.

Writing and Publishing Erotica” likewise hits the mark, albeit in a different manner. This book is superb value – well, I guess it’s all great value, if it’s effectively free – because it is short and packed with useful advice.

I sat down with a notebook and pen, jotting down the points made, ideas to pursue, resources to look up. Some things I’d done correctly, some things I could work on, some other things were areas I hadn’t even begun to imagine.

Never mind. My page of notes is going to keep me busy for a bit. I’ve already joined Goodreads, but now I’ve followed her advice by putting in for an author page and signing up for a few of the community groups full of kindred spirits.

I must say this last week or so has been an eye-opening learning experience. And so much fun!


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