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Mazza
Posted: Tuesday, October 09, 2012 6:38:42 PM

Rank: Mazztastic

Joined: 9/20/2012
Posts: 3,040
Location: Scotland, United Kingdom
This is a great idea !

Introduce the title of your story:The Ice Queen Cometh (Or How Roy and I Got Back on Track)
Genre/Category: Group Sex
Provide the link:The Ice Queen Cometh (Or How Roy and I Got Back on Track)

1. What first inspired you to write this particular story?
Well, I was taking a bit of a Lush break but I still wanted to keep writing. I thought that I would try and write something I'd never written before, you know, stretch myself a little? So, never really having experimented extensively with a lady, I decided to see if I could do it (write it I mean). I wanted to try and make it saucy and realistic.

2. How did you come up with these characters? Well, I wondered what sort of scenarios might bring two apparently straight women close enough to kiss and perhaps more... So I decided on writing just the kind of girls you might know. Same with the guy, he's just an average guy (who gets lucky!)

3. How does it differ from some of your other stories?
Well, as I said, I've never written about girl on girl stuff before, or a threesome for that matter.

4. What was the most challenging thing about writing this piece?
It was challenging to make something I'd never really experienced seem real (I hope I managed it) It was tricky writing a threesome and making sure it was clear who was doing what and to whom, without it appearing like some sort of instruction manual or something! (again, I really hope I got that right!) As for the girls, I tried to just make it how I would imagine a scenario like that going down, so to speak ;)

5. Anything else you want to tell us about it? Well, by a very happy and timely coincidence, the day I chose to post it, I saw that the spice it up competition had just started!! I thought to myself, "I love Lelos and my story could totally fit this competition"

It's the first time I have ever managed to get a story finished in time to enter a Lush comp!! (I've tried and failed twice) so to get it submitted on the first or second day is amazing!!

Further information: I really really really love Lelos hahahahha

EDIT: it took me about ten tries to record an audio version of this story!

I finally managed to get it up [sic] it's 40 minutes long!
stephanie
Posted: Tuesday, October 09, 2012 8:15:47 PM

Rank: Bohemian

Joined: 1/1/2010
Posts: 4,863
Location: Dublin, Ire., Ireland


I just want to say I LOVE this thread... As a writer, and a Lush moderator, I find it fascinating to read how some of our best writers put their stuff together...


I find I very often write in vacuum, having no real idea of how my ideas/writings/creations might be received... I pray readers might get it, but seriously, I don't really know...

We all do the same thing... (we write sexy stories...) yet it seems we all approach that from different perspectives...

I find it really interesting to read how other talented writers work...

Kudos to the Lady Ash for such an interesting thread...

xx Steph





"Is there a PLACE in this city to always feel this way?" (The Blue Nile)
Kimasa
Posted: Monday, October 29, 2012 4:16:18 PM

Rank: Forum Guru

Joined: 11/18/2010
Posts: 1,264
Location: Narnia, United Kingdom
Introduce the title of your story: The School Reunion
Genre/Category: Reluctance
Provide the link: http://www.lushstories.com/stories/reluctance/the-school-reunion.aspx

1.What first inspired you to write this particular story?
The idea just popped into my head one day to write a story that would lead the reader into believing that it was about role playing and fulfilling a school girl fantasy for men but actually turned out to be something quite different.

2. How did you come up with these characters?
The characters were all based on real people I know now or have known in the past with their names changed. I like to relate each character to a real person because I feel it gives them more substance even if I’ve used some artistic license to stylise or caricature them.

3. How does it differ from some of your other stories?
The sex is not very different to my previous stories but the plot was much more challenging because I wrote it in sections as the ideas unfolded then had to tie them all in together.

4. What was the most challenging thing about writing this piece?
Completely rewriting it because the first version I submitted was rejected, it only became apparent in the first version at the end of the story that I was consenting and it wasn’t rape.

5. Anything else you want to tell us about it?
I spent far more time developing the plot than writing the sex scene, sex is the means to the end, the journey to get there makes it more interesting for me than just going straight into the act itself.


The most interesting thread I have read for a long time. Great idea DD

My latest story:

http://www.lushstories.com/stories/reluctance/the-school-reunion.aspx
Zamm
Posted: Monday, October 29, 2012 4:54:23 PM

Rank: Active Ink Slinger

Joined: 6/30/2011
Posts: 48
Introduce the title of your story: Sung Hee's New Job - Part One
Genre/Category: mature
Provide the link: http://www.lushstories.com/stories/mature/sung-hees-new-job-part-one.aspx

1. What first inspired you to write this particular story? The main character is based upon a real woman living in southern California with whom I've been chatting with for awhile. Although we have never met F2F we do have some history. Her real-life exploits caused me to want to write about them, starting off with primarily fictional events but moving from there progressively more towards events based upon real-life occurences. I thought that she's probably enjoy seeing herself in these stories.

2. How did you come up with these characters? See above. I also introduced my good friend Louise into the series. I have a feeling that Louise will later play a bigger role or possibly even get her own set of stories. We shall see.

3. How does it differ from some of your other stories? This is the only set of stories I have published in Lush.

4. What was the most challenging thing about writing this piece? Writing the early chapters in the first person from the perspective of the main character.

5. Anything else you want to tell us about it? For me it's important to try to develop my characters enough such that what they do is understandable given their character and the context within which they are in. The more I can do that the more there is sexual tension and anticipation.


LadyX
Posted: Monday, November 05, 2012 3:01:31 PM

Rank: Artistic Tart

Joined: 9/25/2009
Posts: 4,827
Introduce the title of your story:

The Gangster's Girl

Genre/Category:

Interracial

Provide the link:

http://www.lushstories.com/stories/interracial/the-gangsters-girl-part-1.aspx
http://www.lushstories.com/stories/interracial/the-gangsters-girl-part-2.aspx


1. What first inspired you to write this particular story?


I was vacationing in Jamaica, and having been there a few times now, plus having read a lot about it, I feel I've begun to get a sense for the place. I've already written one story that's set there ("The Midnight Walk"), but something about the place captures my imagination. The culture there is full of contradiction: fatalistic yet vibrant, religious yet overtly sexual, violent yet beautiful. It's all so ripe for storytelling.

2. How did you come up with these characters?


I saw my main female character in the Montego Bay airport. The girl that I describe and flesh out: that was her, standing in line ahead of me, talking with the two obvious minions. And I thought to myself: "gangster girl." The story came to me quickly from there.

3. How does it differ from some of your other stories?


Most if not all of my work has a dark undercurrent to it, and so I tried to mine it a little more overtly this time. It's not a period piece, but it very much attempts to be organic within a certain place. Also, instead of crafting a story around the sex, this one is very much story-first, and the sex happens where it happens; therefore, maybe it's not traditional erotica. Nevertheless, I like to think that I managed to infuse the story with a certain aura of sexuality throughout.

4. What was the most challenging thing about writing this piece?

I'm not Jamaican, nor do I speak Patois. So I had to try to strike a balance between shamelessly and incompetently mimicking the phrasing of Jamaicans and just writing regular dialogue that could technically occur anywhere. I had to make the dialogue 'feel' like it's in keeping with the story's location.

5. Anything else you want to tell us about it?

If you like gritty crime stories, even a little bit, I think you'll like it. To me, brief sex stories are so much harder to pull off convincingly because context of the participants adds so much richness to their sexual identity. Two random people fucking? So what. On the other hand, if the reader is made privy to two characters' inner conflicts, unyielding wants, and sexual desires, isn't the actual sex so much more explosive and rich, if not necessarily 'meaningful'? That's what I attempt to do in my stories generally, and I feel this one is one of my better examples of richly rendered sexual tension and release.

Thank you to all who have read, voted, and commented! It means a lot to me.
TheGulfCoaster
Posted: Wednesday, November 21, 2012 8:01:25 AM

Rank: Story Verifier

Joined: 1/2/2011
Posts: 581
Location: Sarasota County, United States
Runnergirl


Introduce the title of your story:
‘Life’s What You Make It – Emmy’s Story’
‘Life’s What You Make It – Rob’s Story’


Genre/Category:
Love Story / Novels


Provide the link:
http://www.lushstories.com/stories/novels/lifes-what-you-make-it-emmys-story.aspx
http://www.lushstories.com/stories/novels/lifes-what-you-make-it-robs-story.aspx

1. What first inspired you to write this particular story?
GulfCoaster:

‘We had become friends based on a mutual admiration of each other’s writing and I suggested a collaboration concept idea. Once Runnergirl accepted the collaboration request, we tossed ideas around (character meeting scenarios and preliminary plot) until we came across a story idea we felt would work then just ran with it.’

Runnergirl:
‘We also thought that it would be interesting to show a male and female perspective within one story line, so that the reader could get a glimpse into the thoughts of both sexes as the two characters progressed within their relationship. Thus, we came up with a, two parts as one, writing experiment.'

2. How did you come up with these characters?
GulfCoaster:

‘We discussed names for each others characters then worked on our own for the most part. My character, Rob, is actually quite similar to me in a lot of respects and is based in a lot of ways on my own lifestyle and attitude toward relationships and romance.’

Runnergirl:
‘And my character resembles me as well. I am married and often struggle with the realities of an failing union. We also agreed to add extra characters, such as Rob and Emmy's best friends, along with a friendly cooking instructor, to add depth to the story.'

3. How does it differ from some of your other stories?
GulfCoaster:

‘It is a totally new plot, but in many ways, it is very similar to most of my stories in that I have great difficulty writing a story without a romantic component where my characters DON’T end up falling in love. A minor difference with this story compared to many of my others was that Emmy and Rob are more age appropriate for each other; I tend to write a lot of older guy / younger girl stories. The major difference for me is that this is my very first collaboration.’

Runnergirl:
‘Even though I have written several love stories, this story is certainly the longest one I have written and thus is deeper in terms of character development. I was very thrilled to be finally attempting a mini novel since I had never had a chance or thought to do so.'


4. What was the most challenging thing about writing this piece?
GulfCoaster:

'The effort of collaborating on such a sizable project with a co-writer 4000 miles and three time zones apart, finding time that fit both of our schedules when we could ‘discuss’ and work out details of the plot and dialogue.'

Runnergirl:
‘Mark and I are both perfectionists so we wanted to make sure that the shared dialogue was exactly identical; thus, the editing was intense in terms of time and effort. But we both agreed that the work was well worth it, in order to truly have two halves that would fit together in unity.'


5. Anything else you want to tell us about it?
GulfCoaster:

'A couple things, I find myself liking stories that build a little more slowly, developing a relationship as opposed to jumping right into the sexual action and this story had the slowest build-up of all of the stories I’ve published to date. Also, being my very first collaboration, I found it a very satisfying experience and I’d like to pursue more collaborative works in the future both with Runnergirl (hopefully) and other co-authors I feel a connection with as well.'

Runnergirl:
‘I am really proud of our end result. It is not a revolutionary story-line by any means (since it is a simple love story) but I am proud of the uniqueness of the piece. An attempt like this turned out to be a special way to have true co authorship.'

GulfCoaster:
'In addition, Runnergirl and I would like to thank Nicola for maintaining this awesome site where Runnergirl and I became friends, allowing us to write this story and giving us a place to publish our works in the first place. We'd also like to thank the various moderators and story verifiers who provided invaluable advice throughout the process. Last and certainly not least, we'd like to thank our other friends and fellow Lushies who took the time to read and comment on the stories. We hope you enjoy the chapters of this tale yet to come.'
Guest
Posted: Thursday, November 22, 2012 2:56:11 AM

Rank: Lurker

Joined: 12/1/2006
Posts: 534,753
Introduce the title of your story:

You, My Slut

Genre/Category: BDSM

Provide the link: http://www.lushstories.com/stories/bdsm/you-my-slut.aspx

1. What first inspired you to write this particular story?

I normally write My stories from the Dominant (in My case Master's) perspective. It's natural for Me this way. But I noticed that most of My readers are either submissive or curious about the submissive side so I thought it might be nice if they saw a story written for THEM.

2. How did you come up with these characters?

The characters were easy. The story involves Me and the reader!

3. How does it differ from some of your other stories?

It's written in a first person narrative point of view. My others are written (so far) in the third-person objective style

4. What was the most challenging thing about writing this piece?

Trying to stay in the first person and keep the storyline correct!

5. Anything else you want to tell us about it?

I am hoping that some of My readers, if they are unsure about getting into the lifestyle, will find this story of help in the decision. Perhaps by seeing it from the submissives' side, it will help them figure out what they want and if BD/SM is the path they should choose.
Sandrine
Posted: Thursday, November 22, 2012 5:17:42 AM

Rank: Senior Story Verifier

Joined: 5/16/2010
Posts: 1,326
Location: 12 hours away from him, United States
Introduce the title of your story:

Memories of Summer

Genre/Category: Quickie Sex

Provide the link: http://www.lushstories.com/stories/quickie-sex/memories-of-summer.aspx


1. What first inspired you to write this particular story?

Last summer, I spent much time at the jersey shore and taking in all its beauty. Late last month, Hurricane Sandy devastated much of the shore area. Although this story is not about the hurricane and its destruction, its about summer memories and places that were once alive with activity, now dormant.

2. How did you come up with these characters?

I've been writing about Hideki and Ashley for about six months now. Teenage lovers who have a very healthy and robust sex life.

3. How does it differ from some of your other stories?

This is the first story where I have a character (Ashley) lamenting over the end of summer. Her depression is real and she uses sex with her boyfriend Hideki as a vehicle to deal with her sadness. Hideki, at 18 years old, is more that happy to oblige.

4. What was the most challenging thing about writing this piece?

It was challenging because I was trying to deal with my emotions with the destruction of the shore and all the memories I really exerienced while balancing the writing of the sexual fantasies.

5. Anything else you want to tell us about it?

I hope readers enjoy it. It starts out on the "downer" side, but transitions to a hot sex scene between two teenage lovers who enjoy being watched.

In custody.

I love baseball!!!


Shylass
Posted: Monday, December 10, 2012 2:22:01 PM

Rank: Gingerbread Lover

Joined: 1/6/2012
Posts: 3,595
Location: Trumpton, United Kingdom
Title: "Rise and Shine."

Category: Oral Sex

http://www.lushstories.com/stories/oral-sex/rise-and-shine.aspx

1. What first inspired you to write this particular story?

Recently, I'd been finding writing more difficult, and I realised it's because I needed a new challenge. I decided to start thinking about what my readers would prefer to read, as opposed to just writing for my own exploration and enjoyment.

Not long ago, I did a story called, "Wank Fiction", which is not at all the sort of thing I would normally do (I find it incredibly embarassing). It seemed to be received very well, but I didn't know if I could give my lovely readers something just as... "wanky". Embarassed This latest story has, once again, taken me right out of my comfort zone, but I wanted the challenge of trying to expand something that seemed to work once already, to see if I could do it again.



2. How did you come up with these characters?

A fab friend of mine has been challenging me to think way outside my comfort zones, and think about myself in situations people on Lush like to read about. My background hasn't given me much to go on, but I have been learning and exploring how I feel about things.

I wrote this story, and its partner, as if I was within the story, thinking about making the main character more "human", more real, than nearly all my other characters. I don't know how close to reality the two characters are, but I tried to make them "real".



3. How does it differ from some of your other stories?

Most of my other stories, with three exceptions, are generally about characters and subjects that I wanted to explore, to see how I felt about what I was writing about, or try to gain an understanding. "Rise and Shine", and the previous story, are more about trying to give my readers something they can have some Happy Time over. My other stories were never consciously intended to do that.


4. What was the most challenging thing about writing this piece?

I abhor stories written in first or second person, present tense. I really, really hate them. I even try to avoid them in the moderating queue if I can. But I noticed that many Lush members both write in that style, and seem to say a lot of positive things about other stories that are. I wanted to explore the immediacy of present tense, and like I said, try to make my characters manifest in reality so that people could maybe get a bit (y'know) over them.

I don't know if I will write any more in this style, but the challenge has been exceptionally stretching.



5. Anything else you want to tell us about it?

I'm still learning and exploring. I don't think I will ever reach the standard of a few of the authors on here that I admire and respect, but I do hope that with their challenging and encouraging me to do this, I will be a little closer to maybe achieving for other readers what they can.




Ut incepit fidelis, sic permanet.

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perkynipples
Posted: Wednesday, December 12, 2012 2:12:59 AM

Rank: Forum Guru

Joined: 12/13/2011
Posts: 360
Location: Pittsburgh, United States
Introduce the title of your story: Noraj and frogprince first date
Genre/Category:
Provide the link: http://www.lushstories.com/stories/mature/noraj69-and-frogprince-date.aspx

1. What first inspired you to write this particular story?

frogprince and I were chatting one day and the subject came up

2. How did you come up with these characters?

We used ourselves it made things easier for both of us.

3. How does it differ from some of your other stories?

This was my first collaboration

4. What was the most challenging thing about writing this piece?

Trying something new is always a challenge.

5. Anything else you want to tell us about it?

I had a great time writing it with Cal. There is going to be a second chapter. I hope you all stop by and read it. Tell us what you think.

Bunker Love
My Dream my latest stopry
NathanDrake
Posted: Wednesday, December 12, 2012 10:34:17 AM

Rank: Active Ink Slinger

Joined: 1/15/2011
Posts: 16
Location: United States
Title: The Stalking Dead

Genre/Category: Pink Elephant

Link: Can't post the link, perhaps I don't have enough forum posts. It's the first story on my profile page.



1. What first inspired you to write this particular story?

I had the idea of writing a post-apocalyptic zombie story for a few weeks, mainly from watching the good TV show The Walking Dead. Writing an action scene sounded like it would be fun, and it was, especially this:

I glanced over and saw Tabitha swing her axe handle like Babe Ruth, and that motherfucking zombie's head flew off and zipped past me like a line-drive base hit to right field.

And:

Zombie chick began yelling sloppy gibberish from her gaping maw. She sounded like a deaf seal.

2. How did you come up with these characters?

This story is in the Pink Elephant (incest) category, but originally I wanted it to be my first straight sex story. Couldn't do it. I found that even with the tension from being stalked and chased by zombies, it still wasn't enough for me. I can't seem to write an erotica story without the tension that Pink Elephant brings. That tension drives the words out of me.

3. How does it differ from some of your other stories?

It has zombies in it, some action.

4. What was the most challenging thing about writing this piece?

Like all of my stories, the challenge is of making the Big Taboo as natural and as palatable as possible. Where the reader says: "okay that's taboo but I can see that happening", or, "I'm not usually into this genre but that was pretty good." To make my characters sound like normal human beings caught up in the circumstance of feeling attraction where they're not supposed to. The motivation is organic and not contrived. Normally people don't act on it an move on, but since this an erotica site, my characters do.

The other challenge is putting words together to form sentences. Sentences that are not only functioning and readable, but entertaining to read. I'm not a "writer". I only wrote Amazon product reviews before this, never fiction. Editing myself and getting to the point is another challenge. I like the build-up a bit too much, and one reason for that is writing sex scenes in ways that I haven't written before is sometimes excruciating (lol), so I find myself stalling.

5. Anything else you want to tell us about it?

I like it, it was fun to write. I got positive comments from sprite and Dancing Doll, which is like getting them from Al Pacino and Meryl Streep if you're an actor. Honesty, it's also too long, and there are not enough zombies in it. The second sex scene is superfluous and hurts the pacing.

I think it only took me about 4 or 5 days to write it.

I have Episode Two half-written. It's a pretty simple straight sex story, my first. I'm up to the sex scene and I dropped the story like a sack of dead zombies (true dead). So if I could get sprite or Dancing Doll to write the sex scene for me, and credit them, I would.

(I'm now thinking about writing a story about an invasion of actual real live Pink Elephants.)


frogprince
Posted: Wednesday, December 12, 2012 4:34:22 PM

Rank: Active Ink Slinger

Joined: 7/27/2012
Posts: 46
Location: Bliss, United States
Introduce the title of your story: My Maria
Genre/Category: Voyeur
Provide the link:

1. What first inspired you to write this particular story?

I was sitting in my window looking across at my neighbor exercising nude. I was chatting with thailanddave about what Maria was doing. He was interested so I decided to write about it and Maria brought some friends over.

2. How did you come up with these characters?

Maria is my neighbor. Not her real name but close enough. She is a fierce wild Latina woman.

3. How does it differ from some of your other stories?

I never wrote about watching sex always participating. Now I was watching and enjoying it.

4. What was the most challenging thing about writing this piece?

Making sure I was accurate and staying focused on the topic at hand. Watching can be very distracting. Knowing that I was watching made some ladies over act and we had to forget them.

5. Anything else you want to tell us about it?

It was the start of a series that has grown to 7 scenes and still growing. Until Maria calls it quits or I do this series will continue. Maria has joined Lush as a reader and helps write but she lets me be the author. She has trouble with English. We have become lovers now and she is at my house every day. She has met some nice people here and wants to stay on lush.
DanielleX
Posted: Friday, December 14, 2012 1:07:42 PM

Rank: Blonde Bombshell

Joined: 11/6/2011
Posts: 1,884
Location: Liverpool, United Kingdom

Introduce the title of your story: 'Cock Ring Chaos'

Genre/Category:Fetish

Provide the link:
Read the story here


1. What first inspired you to write this particular story?

A friend showed me a short clip, about a guy who had a cock ring and two girls were playing with him. I began to think...'How could this go wrong?' bootyshake

2. How did you come up with these characters?

I made them up as I wrote the story. I normally have an idea planned beforehand but this story just seemed to develop as I went a long. The nurse was quite a logical character in a way but the policewoman was just a moment of inspiration!

3. How does it differ from some of your other stories?

Well I guess the farcical element is a new direction, but it works very well in this scenario IMO.

4. What was the most challenging thing about writing this piece?

Definitely giving the players something to do, without it being repetitive or too predictable. It's not a long story, so that wasn't too difficult tbh.

5. Anything else you want to tell us about it?

Maybe that would be TMI Embarassed

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sprite
Posted: Friday, December 28, 2012 4:44:27 PM

Rank: Her Royal Spriteness

Joined: 6/18/2010
Posts: 14,538
Location: My Tower, United States
Introduce the title of your story: Entangled I & II : Educating Rapunzel & Serving Rapunzel
Genre/Category: Hardcore
Provide the link:

http://www.lushstories.com/stories/hardcore/entangled-chapter-i-educating-rapunzel.aspx

http://www.lushstories.com/stories/hardcore/entangled-chapter-ii-serving-rapunzel.aspx

1. What first inspired you to write this particular story?

Many of you might know that I am obsessed with the Movie Tangled, as well as a fascination with fairy tales in general. This was a story that was just waiting until I came up with the perfect idea.

2. How did you come up with these characters?

Rapunzel was easy. I simply imagined what it might be like for an 18 year old woman with a healthy curiousity, imagination, with no contact with anyone other then the old hag who has imprisoned, to have her sexuality suddenly awakened. Ariel, her lover, on the other hand, i wanted to create a character who was a little grey around the edges with stalker overtones and a questionable past but who is sympathetic.

3. How does it differ from some of your other stories?

Many of my stories have autobiographical tones or are set in modern times. this is neither. also, i tried to up the 'hardcore' quota just a little. :)

4. What was the most challenging thing about writing this piece?

Giving it a darker tone while still retaining a sense of elegance and fairy tale-ness about it.

5. Anything else you want to tell us about it?

I wanted to give this a historical European flavor without committing it to a particular time period or locale or even world - hopefully it will feel like it belongs in an alternative history, something familiar and yet, retaining the fairy tale setting. Also, i think this is the first in a series of Tales and I already have it in my head to write The Little Mermaid next, followed by Sleeping Beauty in the same style and universe as Rapunzel - in fact, Ariel, Rapunzel's lover, is the titular mermaid and this is a sequel, or sorts, to her story. :)

http://www.lushstories.com/stories/hardcore/west-coast-games-part-one-the-beach.aspx
Dirty_D
Posted: Friday, December 28, 2012 5:25:25 PM

Rank: Head Nurse

Joined: 4/15/2011
Posts: 7,187
Location: Soaking up the sun, United States

Introduce the title of your story:
Genre/Category:
Provide the link:

1. What first inspired you to write this particular story?

2. How did you come up with these characters?

3. How does it differ from some of your other stories?

4. What was the most challenging thing about writing this piece?

5. Anything else you want to tell us about it?


Is it cheating to post another story?

Showertime
Incest
http://www.lushstories.com/stories/incest/showertime.aspx

1.) I wanted to write a shower story and I wanted to push the limits of what I feel is dirty
2) I imagined a girl, just learning to enjoy herself and the freedom of an empty house.
3) I've never tried an incest story before!
4) This story, because of its very nature, felt very very dirty to me. Embarassingly so. In fact I almost didn't publish it as a result.
5) I had a hard time getting this to paper because I wanted to explore the incest angle, but to me the daddy/daughter relationship is sacred. Im a true grown up daddy's girl. I could never imagine my own father in this light so it was difficult to imagine it.

Poppet
Posted: Friday, December 28, 2012 5:51:26 PM

Rank: Sweetest Cricket

Joined: 10/5/2012
Posts: 5,252
Location: You Inspire Me, United States
Introduce the title of your story: Unseen Events
Genre/Category: BDSM
Provide the link: Unseen Events


1. What first inspired you to write this particular story?
I’m in the BDSM lifestyle and always enjoy writing about them. They seem to always be my best writings and always get really positive feedback on them.

2. How did you come up with these characters?
Master Jax and Kinsey are my newest couple in my BDSM stories. It was Alex and Master Jake, I’ve since moved on from that couple for the most part (Until I write more for “Obey Him” at a later date) I wanted to try making a new couple to see if I could open up a new flood gate of things. It seems so far I have been able to do that.

3. How does it differ from some of your other stories?
Well, for my BDSM stories I’ve always tried been pretty close to the same, this one however is totally new and nothing like my other ones. It’s much different than any of my other stories. If it’s close to any, it would be “The Cabin In The Woods” which isn't BDSM at all. Of course it’s still really hot, if I say so myself.

4. What was the most challenging thing about writing this piece?
I think the most challenging part was making a new couple from Alex and Master Jake because Alex and Jake were based on me and my ex Master, so once we ended it only felt right to make a new couple. Kinsey and Master Jax are really extreme and going to outdo Master Jake and Alex, I think.

5. Anything else you want to tell us about it?
It had been a while since I wrote a BDSM story because I was trying my hand at some other types of stories. I’m really proud of all my stories but I think that my BDSM ones are usually by far my favorites. I’d love to know what people think and thought about Kinsey and Master Jax!



JamieW
Posted: Friday, December 28, 2012 6:07:59 PM

Rank: Forum Guru

Joined: 6/22/2012
Posts: 231
Location: United Kingdom
Produce's the title of your story: My Princess Goes Away
My Princess Goes Away Concludes
Genre/Category: Love Story
Provide the link: My Princess Goes Away - Part One
My Princess Goes Away - Part Two


1. What first inspired you to write this particular story?
A relationship I was in gave my the idea, The story it's self is fictional, But I still show all my emotions through the story.

2. How did you come up with these characters?
My stories don't tend to have characters as such, It is always me talking about it from a 1st person point of view in past tenths.

3. How does it differ from some of your other stories?
This story is the only story I have done so far that isn't a poem, But I do have another one in the pipe line which is a normal story ,which will be out soon!

4. What was the most challenging thing about writing this piece?
This story was my very first story, I had problems with the Lush notepad also for a while, But I found it pretty easy.

5. Anything else you want to tell us about it?
Not really no, That's all there is to know.







perkynipples
Posted: Sunday, December 30, 2012 11:03:26 AM

Rank: Forum Guru

Joined: 12/13/2011
Posts: 360
Location: Pittsburgh, United States
Bunker Love
Bi sexual
I was intrigued by the compitition and decided to try my hand at it.
I based them on people I would love to have with me if they end came about.
It has things in t that I want too experiance and t was for a compitition.
Setting a good pace and not over loading it with useless information.
I totally enjoyed writing it. Jus hope the readers enjoy it as much as I did.

Bunker Love
My Dream my latest stopry
Psykey
Posted: Sunday, December 30, 2012 1:42:41 PM

Rank: Rookie Scribe

Joined: 12/26/2012
Posts: 2
Introduce the title of your story: The Piano Bar
Genre/Category: Technically - Ch1 is Love stories and Ch 2 is Straight sex, due to the fact that I couldn't find any better pick for them (explained later)
Provide the link:



1. What first inspired you to write this particular story?
Experimentation and desire for change. This is my first erotica story to be posted on a site like this, as all my previous ones had been private commissions, so I decided I wanted to try out a few new styles of writing on them and see how the community reacts to them.

2. How did you come up with these characters?
I barely came up with them, and you'll find out why right below.

3. How does it differ from some of your other stories?
It differs in the style of writing view-point wise. What I wanted to do with these stories is that I wanted to use what I call a double first person view. It means that I write the story in first person and give the reader a first person perspective as they read it. Therefore I need not give any details in the story about the two main roles, allowing the imagination to roam to whatever preferences may have, even though that could sometimes be not fully possible gender-wise.

4. What was the most challenging thing about writing this piece?
It was really quite a blast, but the only part that stumped me was, ironically, the actual sex scene. What I wanted, with the start of this story, was to make one that didn't go down the generic purely descriptive sex road. Now, I'm not saying that that's a bad thing, in fact I find such stories quite enjoyable, I just wanted mine to be more on an emotional basis, focusing on what the human mind is experiencing during those moments.

5. Anything else you want to tell us about it?
Yes, I would like to mention the exclusion of any detail to the seduction inside the story with the exception of the approach. I firmly believe that each such process, just like love itself, is purely individual and different in its own right, therefore, that combined with my double first person writing style, I did not want to force actions onto my reader that they may find unenjoyable, as unlikely as it is.

Lastly I'd like to thank for the creator of this wonderful thread as it is a really grand idea that could give the opportunity for new members of the community to share their writing style and thoughts with ease outside of the stories themselves.
Dancing_Doll
Posted: Wednesday, January 02, 2013 1:06:51 PM

Rank: Alpha Blonde

Joined: 2/17/2010
Posts: 6,271
Location: West Coast
Introduce the title of your story: Hard Candy
Genre/Category: Hardcore Category
Provide the link: http://www.lushstories.com/stories/hardcore/hard-candy.aspx


1. What first inspired you to write this particular story?

This story was actually inspired by a real life encounter, but I’ve embellished and spun it into a more detailed scene that takes it to another level. It’s an experimental piece that feels a lot more intimate than many of my other stories. It also has the longest and most intricate sex scene I’ve ever written and is probably also one of the dirtiest, so it may not be to everyone’s taste. Despite the kinkier rough sex elements, I hope the reader understands the drive and motivation behind them and can get beyond any initial sense that it’s too extreme or ‘degrading’ but more an exploration of consensual mutual desire and pleasure. The lollipop almost acts as a metaphor for the kind of sex I’m writing about – it’s both hard and sweet. It’s also a playful addition to sex. Sticky but fun. ☺

2. How did you come up with these characters?

They’re not really ‘characters’ in the traditional sense. They’re based on me and someone I’ve been sexually involved with. They’re not as fleshed out as my characters usually are, and this is done on purpose. I’m basically inviting the reader to put themselves into the story and make it a more intimate read, whether they’re imagining themselves as the female or male counterpart. In order to achieve this, they’re left intentionally vague and the focus is on the interplay between them.

3. How does it differ from some of your other stories?

This is my first attempt at writing in ‘second person, present tense.’ A lot of people hate stories written this way and it definitely has its challenges but I hope it works with the style of this piece. I wanted to try something different and originally this story was never really supposed to end up in the public domain (I went back and forth on that quite a few times) but as it started gaining momentum, I decided it was something worth sharing.

4. What was the most challenging thing about writing this piece?

Making some of the more hardcore sex elements (rough, anal, consensual choking, rimming, pussy spanking, deep throat gagging, cum play) more palatable to the mainstream. There’s a hard sensuality to the piece that I hope conveys the pleasure of losing inhibitions to the point of total submission and devotion without the typical BDSM slant.

5. Anything else you want to tell us about it?

I don’t often write freebie stories anymore, but I definitely wanted to thank people that have followed my work and supported me with my books on Amazon. This is for them. And, of course, for lovers of really dirty, rough and kinky sex. Thanks for reading! XO


LadySharon
Posted: Friday, January 04, 2013 8:32:46 PM

Rank: Forum Guru

Joined: 10/5/2007
Posts: 2,120
Location: The Tundra, United States
Introduce the title of your story: Roommates with Benefits
Genre/Category: Interracial
Provide the link: http://www.lushstories.com/stories/interracial/roommates-with-benefits.aspx

1. What first inspired you to write this particular story?
I was having a conversation with INNOCENTMISERY and I jokingly asked him about being roommates. We've conducted a lot of back and forth conversations via old-school Yahoo and MSN IMs and PMs on here. I saved the conversations, printed them out, and I sat down and wrote the first of what would later become a trilogy.

2. How did you come up with these characters?
I used our real names, exaggerated our occupations, and added some current events that has occurred into the stories to make the story a bit more realistic.

3. How does it differ from some of your other stories?
Roommates with Benefits is the first of a three-part story on here. I used to have more on here, I took them down to revamp them and package them as an eBook. I do have another one I'm currently working on now that I want to post within the next few weeks.

4. What was the most challenging thing about writing this piece?
Writing the sex scene and ending the story was the most challenging to me. I had to read a lot of stories to get an idea on how to write a sex scene that is believable and not phony or over the top. I wanted the ending to leave some more to desire for the readers.

5. Anything else you want to tell us about it?
Roommates with Benefits was originally written as a stand-alone story as a part of a full series I wanted to write for this site.

The Roommates Trilogy:
Roommates with Benefits
Roommates with Benefits: Snowed In
Roommates with Benefits: The Working Vacation is now available for your reading pleasure

Latest poem, Longing, is out now!

College Sex:



New story now available!
NymphWriter
Posted: Friday, January 04, 2013 9:16:23 PM

Rank: Unicorn Rider

Joined: 8/1/2012
Posts: 1,100
Location: Las Vegas, United States
Introduce the title of your story: Cala de Sirena & Return to Cala de Sirena (parts 1 & 2)

Genre/Category: Love Stories

Provide the link:
read2 Cala de Sirena
read2 Return to Cala de Sirena Part 1
read2 Return to Cala de Sirena Part 2

1. What first inspired you to write this particular story? I have a large collection of unicorn pictures, and one of my favorites is called "If I Were a Mermaid & You Were a Unicorn" where a little girl is pretending to be a mermaid reaching up to touch the horn of a unicorn, that's really a horse.

2. How did you come up with these characters? The male lead, Don, was my first attempt at writing a story from a mostly male POV and was modeled after a few gentlemen I know. The female lead, Angel, is kinda me... but not... and her name was a pet name someone called me & I thought... that makes a great character name.

3. How does it differ from some of your other stories? It's the first story with a sequel. Both were told in a 3rd person POV, with limited omission, from the male character. We hear his thoughts, we see his dreams, we learn things as he learns them. I've always written from a female POV in either 1st or 3rd person... but this was my first from a male... and I think I was pretty successful.

4. What was the most challenging thing about writing this piece? Writing a story that focused on the male, putting him in a positive light, while still keeping him somewhat realistic.

5. Anything else you want to tell us about it? It's a sweet, romantic tale about love, heartbreak, and a touch of magic.



LadySharon
Posted: Sunday, January 06, 2013 4:29:18 PM

Rank: Forum Guru

Joined: 10/5/2007
Posts: 2,120
Location: The Tundra, United States
Introduce the title of your story: Roommates with Benefits: Snowed In
Genre/Category: Interracial
Provide the link: http://www.lushstories.com/stories/interracial/roommates-with-benefits-snowed-in.aspx

1. What first inspired you to write this particular story? I’ve gotten some very good comments, some wanting a sequel to the story. I sat down and wrote this one, with the intention of having an element of rough sex and adding a jealous lover in the mix.

2. How did you come up with these characters? They’re the same characters as in the first installment, and a new character is introduced at the tail end of the story that launches into a lot of drama.

3. How does it differ from some of your other stories? The sequel takes place right where the first story leaves off, only a few months later with a secret that gets revealed on accident.

4. What was the most challenging thing about writing this piece? Again as with the last one, the sex scene was the hardest. I didn’t want the scene to come off as phony or forced and lose the reader while he or she was reading the story.

5. Anything else you want to tell us about it? It’s an excerpt of a longer story.


The Roommates Trilogy:
Roommates with Benefits
Roommates with Benefits: Snowed In
Roommates with Benefits: The Working Vacation is now available for your reading pleasure

Latest poem, Longing, is out now!

College Sex:



New story now available!
CurlyGirly
Posted: Monday, January 07, 2013 3:25:14 PM

Rank: CurlyFries

Joined: 10/5/2012
Posts: 1,776
Location: United States
Introduce the title of your story: Curlygirly and Mazza's Big Sandwich Part 1 - Getting Ready
Genre/Category: MILF
Provide the link: CurlyGirly and Mazza's Big Sandwich

1. What first inspired you to write this particular story? Mazz and I had been kicking around the idea of a story based on the Big Sandwich thread for quite awhile. We finally decided we were going to write a story for a Big Sandwich New Year's Eve party, but got behind schedule, so it's a different type of party now. Just not telling until Part 2 comes out.

2. How did you come up with these characters? The characters are based on Mazz, and I, and the dialogue in the story is pretty close to how we normally interact on Lush. We also have several cameos by Lush friends.

3. How does it differ from some of your other stories? I've never written a bi-curious story, so it was definitely strange writing about sex/attraction to another woman.

4. What was the most challenging thing about writing this piece? Trying to keep it a good balance of funny and sexy.

5. Anything else you want to tell us about it? The story is kind of a porny Lucy and Ethel Do Dallas. evil4



It won a potato. Aren't you intrigued?



Guest
Posted: Saturday, January 19, 2013 9:20:25 PM

Rank: Lurker

Joined: 12/1/2006
Posts: 534,753
Hello thanks for having me! I'm Brooke, author of A Sexy Sleepover
My story is in the Straight Sex category but there is a little lesbian experimentation in it.
You can find it here

1. What first inspired you to write this particular story?
I was inspired to embellish on an experience I had in high school. I definitely took some creative liberties, but at its root, my inspiration is from a real life sleepover I was at.

2. How did you come up with these characters?
I added the character of Jenny and removed two people who were at the sleepover but the others are closely based on people who were there. I did, however, change all the names.

3. How does it differ from some of your other stories?
Well it's my first story so I can't actually answer that question at this time. But I'll get back to you!

4. What was the most challenging thing about writing this piece?
Honesty it was the copy edit piece. The story was denied twice because of various copy edit issues. Writing the events was actually quite easy.

5. Anything else you want to tell us about it?
I want to shout out to my friend phoenix69 who has some great stories of his own and helped pick me up when I was feeling down about my story being rejected. Go check out his work!
EDWolfe
Posted: Tuesday, February 12, 2013 3:35:16 PM

Rank: Forum Guru

Joined: 2/5/2013
Posts: 1,033
Location: United States
Dancing_Doll wrote:

Introduce the title of your story:

Midnight Date
Dancing_Doll wrote:

Genre/Category:

Exhibitionism
Dancing_Doll wrote:

Provide the link:

Midnight Date
Dancing_Doll wrote:

1. What first inspired you to write this particular story?

When I was a teenager, I did the overnight streaking that the character did. I never had friends out there, and no one outside of here knows about it.
Dancing_Doll wrote:

2. How did you come up with these characters?

Janice is a completely original creation. The unnamed main character was basically me as a young man, in more modern times and with more access to porn.
Dancing_Doll wrote:

3. How does it differ from some of your other stories?

This is actually the first erotic story I've shared with anyone else.
Dancing_Doll wrote:

4. What was the most challenging thing about writing this piece?

Trying to wrap it up believably. I wanted to see this couple actually...couple. As a result, I have one person who believes that it may have been rushed. (I have reread the story, and I do agree with this.) I also had trouble getting into the mindsets of two virgins who only had pornography and an abstinence-only sex ed class as their knowledge about sex.
Dancing_Doll wrote:

5. Anything else you want to tell us about it?

At press time, this story has four votes of five points apiece, and one comment from LiquidMatthew, referenced in Q4. I would like to express my appreciation for the votes and the comment. LiquidMatthew's comment, as well as any that I receive will go into consideration when I write and revise my next stories.
BrandonSP
Posted: Wednesday, February 13, 2013 2:50:41 PM

Rank: Rookie Scribe

Joined: 2/13/2013
Posts: 2
Location: San Diego, United States
Introduce the title of your story: Pharaoh's Willing Slave
Genre/Category: Historical, Interracial, Heterosexual
Provide the link: Link to story

1. What first inspired you to write this particular story?
It's a fantasy that has bubbled in my head for a few years now, although some of the specifics have changed over time. The basic gist is a female Egyptian Pharaoh having sex with one of her slaves or foreign servants. It was always going to be an interracial pairing, since black woman/non-black man is what I like, but the guy's race has fluctuated between white, Middle Eastern, and Greco-Roman. In the end I settled on the Middle Eastern option for him, specifically Biblical Hebrew or Israelite. If I made him white like myself, he would have come across as too much of a self-insert, and there probably weren't many Europeans around in New Kingdom Egypt anyway.

2. How did you come up with these characters?
Originally the Pharaoh character was going to be entirely fictional, but I changed my mind and identified her as the famous female Pharaoh Hatshepsut of the Egyptian New Kingdom. I must thought my story would pack more punch if it invoked a real historical figure instead of someone wholly from my imagination. At any rate, I've always loved the concept of a beautiful, sexy, and strong African queen. Who says black women in porn always must be sassy ghetto hoodrats?

3. How does it differ from some of your other stories?
I've wanted to write romance for a long time, but earlier these romances were sub-plots within larger, more action-packed fantasy or historical stories. This is the very first pure erotica I've ever written.

4. What was the most challenging thing about writing this piece?
My total inexperience with the erotic genre before writing this. Honestly, I wasn't even sure how erotica is supposed to go, so I simply wrote down one of my sexual fantasies and added a pinch of tension near the end.
Guest
Posted: Thursday, February 14, 2013 12:28:53 AM

Rank: Lurker

Joined: 12/1/2006
Posts: 534,753
Introduce the title of your story: Checkmate In Three
Genre/Category: Incest
Provide the link: Link

1. What first inspired you to write this particular story? When I first wrote this, I was on another site that simply devours stories about incestual relationships. Considering that the idea of it is one of my kinks, it wasn't hard to envision the idea. As I had already written a story about a brother and sister, I decided to use some recent events from my own life to shape this one out.

2. How did you come up with these characters? Chris, I based off of myself. There are virtually no dissimilarities from him and myself. What this says about me as a person, I shudder to think, but I am analytical and typical have to generate deeper emotions.
Rebecca was based on my step-sister, who, although a looker, is very much under-age. Quite a few things about her were changed, but I stuck to what I knew.

3. How does it differ from some of your other stories? I rarely use myself as a character outline BECAUSE I am so hard to relate to. How many guys aproach even sex with a purely analytical mind? But I felt that the underlying tone I wanted to portray was best suited from an near emotionless perspective, so, again, I stuck with what I knew.

4. What was the most challenging thing about writing this piece? Explaining the process. In the past, I have had a short build up and a long sex scene. This time, I forced myself to turn that around and ease into it. I wanted the reader to have enough time to start to understand the thought process Chris employed before bringing the story to a close.

5. Anything else you want to tell us about it? When I first wrote this, for another site, I received quite a bit of negativity about the emotionlessness of the main character. People could not believe someone could be so cold, so calculating, even in sex. I was even refered to, by way of talking about my character, as a predatory manipulator.
I am glad to say that the audience, small as it may be, that has read 'Checkmate In Three' thus far, do not share this mindset and in fact have shown nothing but positive feelings about it.
Also, when I wrote this, it was as a test for myself. I needed to see if I COULD ease into the sex scenes rather than leaping in before comitting to a series. I have been satisfied with the result, especially with the revised format that has been published on Lush, and have decided to follow through with a series that I will start putting up for verification very soon.
I look forward to the response that New In Town will receive and hope that it generates even more positivity!
-JasonMarak
Guest
Posted: Thursday, February 14, 2013 8:14:28 PM

Rank: Lurker

Joined: 12/1/2006
Posts: 534,753
Introduce the title of your story: New In Town - Chapter One
Genre/Category: Fantasy/Masturbation
Provide the link: Link

1. What first inspired you to write this particular story? I have received a few requests fairly recently to do a series. I had considered it, but dismissed it in the past because of the sheer amount of effort required. There's a lot to account for.
I finally relented. I have no reason for the overall story, but I have a few small plot ideas to go with for now that I hope will strike a chord. You'll see the first one in Chapter Two.

2. How did you come up with these characters? Lucas is a figment. I know nobody like him. Perhaps that's the draw to him for me. An all around good guy, but willing and capable to act on urge and impulse? Creates a unique combination.
Leslie is based of this girl I knew in highschool. Snobby bitch, but she eventually melted. Not for me though, I never cared for her.
Bill is a combination of people that I know, but I can't delve into how I pieced him together yet. I don't want to spoil it.
Vanessa is based off of an ex. Almost exactly. Kinda miss that girl sometimes.... Such a deviant. :D
Rebecca is slightly based off of my aunt. She is also an RN and also talks a mile a minute, but that's the end of that similarity. My auntie also a bit of a bitch. Haha

3. How does it differ from some of your other stories? I have never written a series before. Nor have I cared enough to flesh out my characters fully. This is going to be a fun experience.

4. What was the most challenging thing about writing this piece? Ugh. The revisions. Milik_The_Red and Shylass can both tell you that I went through the ringer on this one. Run on sentences, excessive punctuation.... There was quite a bit to this one. 24 hours on the clock for revisions on this text.

5. Anything else you want to tell us about it? Well, continuity and longevity depend on response to each chapter. I don't expect this chapter to bring in a multitude of readers, but for the overall piece, I am satisfied with this chapter. I think it will be one of those that, when I am a few chapters in, will start to be appreciated.
But, I've been wrong before. :3
Sweetdreemz
Posted: Tuesday, February 26, 2013 10:15:05 AM

Rank: Active Ink Slinger

Joined: 2/18/2013
Posts: 14
Location: United States
Dancing_Doll wrote:


Sometimes stories get lost in the shuffle. Wouldn't it be great to have our own sexy Lush correspondent, with microphone in hand, to ask you a few quick questions about your latest story, just as it hits the home page? Maybe you've already published something that has more meaning than a lot of your other pieces and you'd like to give it a little air-time and inspire new readers to check it out.

Well, I'm tipping the microphone in your direction, so please answer the following mini-interview questions.

Introduce the title of your story: Sissy Chapters 1 - 7
Genre/Category: Incest, but don't let that stop you, there's actually very little in the way of incest in this story.
Provide the link: For some reason, the link isn't working. Don't know what I'm doing wrong

1. What first inspired you to write this particular story? I've always had a fantasy about the little sister joining in.

2. How did you come up with these characters? Just dreamed them up, they aren't anyone from my real life

3. How does it differ from some of your other stories? To be honest, I feel that is is similar to most of my stories. I am a softie for the romance, so all of my stories, even the ones involving reluctance or BDSM are fairly romantic. Funny thing; I got a comment on one of the chapters to the effect that the reader was surprised that such a romantic story could also be so erotic. The reason I found that comment odd, is that I think it would be easier to write an erotic story without sex than it would be to write an erotic story without romance. The sexual tension is what makes a story compelling, not the sex. The romance always makes you want to identify with the characters.

4. What was the most challenging thing about writing this piece? This story wasn't difficult at all. I didn't really have an outline going in, the characters just took over once I started writing, and the story flowed naturally. That's because it's my fantasy. I write best when I'm horny, and I was very aroused as writing this story.

I'm currently working on a story for a lushstory reader, based on one of her fantasies. Since she happens to be very young, and from England, and a female, I find it to be very challenging. I've never been to the UK, and place is very important to her fantasy, so I've had to do a little research. Writing a story about other people's fantasies, especially from the viewpoint of the other sex, is more difficult. They always have specific ideas of how it should be, but don't always communicate those specific ideas. So you really have to probe.

5. Anything else you want to tell us about it?
I find the characters to be very easy to like, and easy to identify with. Those attributes make a story worth finishing, in my opinion. I'm not a novelist, so it's not going to be inducted into the library of congress, but I'm pleased with it and hope you will be too.


Good luck with the votes and views and thanks for your time, XO.
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