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JohnC
Posted: Monday, March 11, 2013 12:38:34 PM

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Yes I do get turned on by writing my stories. I don't write then naked, or masturbate while writing, but if they don't get me aroused I know I am not on the right track. But since my stories just tend to flow from my head to the keyboard, the track is usually pretty much set by the natural flow. I feel if I have to force it, walk away. Just like making love, if you have to really think about what you are going to do next, or have to work at it, something isn't right. Relax, and let it happen.

Now AFTER I have written a story or part to a story... THAT is when I have often times masturbated. And I have also gone back many times and read while masturbating too. Hey, a good story is a good story, whether it was mine or someone else's.

WayneGibbous
Posted: Monday, March 11, 2013 1:18:55 PM

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Yes, I get a tingling sensation on the head of my cock when I'm really writing a good part. I know it's going to be sexy-reading you all of you when I get that feeling.
Metilda
Posted: Monday, March 11, 2013 6:52:56 PM

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anubis63 wrote:
hi all

When i write my stories, i often sit naked and get totally turned on writing and visualizing the story unfolding in front of my "Inner" eyes.

As you will see from my profile i normally use "posters" from another website as my inspiration for the characters, and the stories come from fantasies i have had in my mind built up over the years so all are entirely fictional.

The stories themsleves may take a number of attempts to write in full as i deal with my "arousals".

How many other authors use this method of writing, or if not is there any technique you finds suits you better?


It all depends on the purpose. Short story, fantasy, essential component in a larger piece regardless of my feelings about it - I have a personal interest in certain things so when I end up writing those types of scenes I can get myself pretty worked up. Which just enables me to imagine the scene more clearly.

If I can't imagine it - it's pointless for me to write. I don't need to be turned up, but it has to be thoroughly worked into my mind.

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adagio_sabadicus
Posted: Monday, March 11, 2013 8:29:30 PM

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I get turned on because i know I'm writing the trurth, an not some BS.
suezq
Posted: Monday, March 11, 2013 8:55:51 PM

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Before I even start to write them down, most stories have already happened in my head, and got off on them.
Sweetdreemz
Posted: Thursday, March 14, 2013 9:46:42 PM

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anubis63 wrote:
hi all

When i write my stories, i often sit naked and get totally turned on writing and visualizing the story unfolding in front of my "Inner" eyes.

As you will see from my profile i normally use "posters" from another website as my inspiration for the characters, and the stories come from fantasies i have had in my mind built up over the years so all are entirely fictional.

The stories themsleves may take a number of attempts to write in full as i deal with my "arousals".

How many other authors use this method of writing, or if not is there any technique you finds suits you better?


I can't write erotica unless I'm aroused. When I get too aroused, I have to relieve myself, then I can't write again until I'm horny again. My Sissy series, and my Private Sex Party series took a long time to write, as i got too aroused as I wrote them.
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