About Wilful

I'm inspired by...

Everything. Seriously, there’s a story in absolutely everything. Whether it’s an erotic spin-off of The Walking Dead, an experience I had at an airport lounge, a line from a song, or a fleeting vision of a woman in orange pants who was walking with her young son in a car park… I daydream a lot, maybe too much, definitely. I can spiral nearly anything into a story worth ruminating on. One that sticks hard for me is a young woman playing speed chess with a homeless man on a busy street corner in Sydney, while a moving Johnny Cash song blared from a nearby stereo. I’d just love to turn that into a story, but I’m just not sure where to go with it.

I started writing because...

I love it. I’ve always loved it. I’ve always had a wild imagination, and the ability to create my own universe and escape into it is just so appealing. As far back as I can remember, I wanted to be a writer, even before the cliché boyhood dreams of becoming a policeman or a fighter pilot.

How did you get in to writing erotica?

Penthouse Forums were my first exposure to the art, which after many years of appreciation, eventually had me wondering if I could write some myself, and maybe even make a few dollars on the side. I thought it might be what I needed to break my procrastination for my own writing aspirations. In looking into it with a friend, he turned me onto internet erotica. Another year or two of…appreciation, and I finally had a crack at it myself.

I started with something simple, more as an exercise than anything else. I hadn’t set out to develop a plot or the characters, or anything. It was just to see what people thought of my writing. It was a version of Sleeping Over, which even now, remains my most read story. Beginner’s luck, I suppose.

What's your favourite writing genre, and why?

I don’t know that I particularly have a favourite erotic genre in terms of writing. All my stories so far are in different categories. I prefer to write something with a bit more story to it, rather than just boy meets girl, boy fucks girl, the end. I think the common thread in my writing is the focus on the female characters, even though I mainly write from the male perspective.

As a reader, I mostly enjoy the stories where women are sexually confident, and either embrace their sexuality, or surrender to it. So in that regard, I suppose I’m drawn to the group and cheating categories as an extension of that. I hope that my own writing captures that theme of female sexual empowerment to some extent. I just find it so fascinating, not to mention arousing.

Where do you get your creative juice / story ideas from?

Like I imagine most writers would answer, a mixture of fantasy and real life experience. The Houseguest and the first part of Overflow are almost entirely dreamt up, whereas Warning Order and Special Assistance are drawn heavily from my own life. Either way, I usually map out the story in my mind first, “road-testing” the good bits during periods of more solitary…reflection, you know, to make sure they’re up to it, and then I type it out.

What are your turn-ons?

I like pina coladas and getting caught in the rain. Fuck, I don’t know. I’m up for just about anything. I love female first person stories where the writer takes me on a journey, bringing me in on the secret, the sluttier the better. You know, the kind where you can almost imagine her lips unapologetically curled in a mischievous smirk as she tells the story? The fantasy that it could actually be true heightens the experience for me. But ultimately, I think it comes down to the quality of the storytelling. If you ask me nicely, and all that.

Will Hawke
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Hmmm, life – my family, writing, travel, getting out in the sunshine. And five hours of television each day, six if there’s something good on.
Favorite Books:
Shantaram by Gregory David Roberts.

"It took me a long time and most of the world to learn what I know about love and fate and the choices we make, but the heart of it came to me in an instant, while I was chained to a wall and being tortured."

So begins this epic, mesmerizing first novel set in the underworld of contemporary Bombay. Shantaram is narrated by Lin, an escaped convict with a false passport who flees maximum security prison in Australia for the teeming streets of a city where he can disappear. Accompanied by his guide and faithful friend, Prabaker, the two enter Bombay's hidden society of beggars and gangsters, prostitutes and holy men, soldiers and actors, and Indians and exiles from other countries, who seek in this remarkable place what they cannot find elsewhere.

As a hunted man without a home, family, or identity, Lin searches for love and meaning while running a clinic in one of the city's poorest slums, and serving his apprenticeship in the dark arts of the Bombay mafia. The search leads him to war, prison torture, murder, and a series of enigmatic and bloody betrayals.

The keys to unlock the mysteries and intrigues that bind Lin are held by two people. The first is Khader Khan: mafia godfather, criminal-philosopher-saint, and mentor to Lin in the underworld of the Golden City. The second is Karla: elusive, dangerous, and beautiful, whose passions are driven by secrets that torment her and yet give her a terrible power.

Burning slums and five-star hotels, romantic love and prison agonies, criminal wars and Bollywood films, spiritual gurus and mujahidin guerrillas---this huge novel has the world of human experience in its reach, and a passionate love for India at its heart. Based on the life of the author, it is by any measure the debut of an extraordinary voice in literature.

Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator by Roald Dahl.

Last seen flying through the sky in a giant elevator in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Charlie Bucket's back for another adventure. When the giant elevator picks up speed, Charlie, Willy Wonka, and the gang are sent hurtling through space and time. Visiting the world’s first space hotel, battling the dreaded Vermicious Knids, and saving the world are only a few stops along this remarkable, intergalactic joyride.

It’s not so much the story, particularly as I remember very little of it, but the fact that it was read to me by my teacher in the first grade. I remember being so totally enthralled by it. It was so magical, having someone read to me, especially something so amazing. It was my first significant exposure to the power of literature, and how words on the page could evoke such imagery in my imagination. I loved it. Even today, when someone reads a story to me, I’m taken back to that wonderful place.
Favorite Authors:
I don’t know that I actually have a favourite author. If a story can keep me engaged with good writing, an interesting plot and sympathetic characters, I’m in. I find myself being more attracted to who the author is and the life they’ve led, more so than what they’ve written. It’s when their stories are drawn from their real lives that I become truly hooked. Gregory David Roberts and Andy McNab are two that immediately come to mind, and I find myself wanting to consume everything they’ve written.

I loved the Roald Dahl books that were read to me as a kid, capturing my imagination and taking me on fantastic journeys. Jack London was an easy-to-read storyteller who was among the first I read on my own. Tom Clancy was a predictable transition into my teens and indulged my adolescent interest in big boys’ toys. And Matthew Reilly and Suzanne Collins are an almost embarrassing escape into airport fiction. But for the most part, I’ll read just about anyone.
Favorite Movies:
I’m going to admit to Bring It On. That’s right, I’m not ashamed. I stumbled across it one night, while flicking through a dismal selection on television. I’d seen the shorts for it on a video a few years earlier – remember those? Video cassettes? – and I wasn’t particularly interested. But it was the lesser of all the free-to-air evils at the time. Anyway, I really enjoyed it. It was light, it was fun, it was chock-full of attractive high school girls in limited clothing. And Eliza Dushku’s character, Missy Pantone, has to be the coolest chick ever. It had attitude, but without being bitchy. I love it.
Favourite TV Shows:
The West Wing, The Big Bang Theory, Friends (including the Joey spin-off), Seinfeld, Frasier, Justified, Everybody Loves Raymond, The Gilmore Girls (they speak fast, but they speak true), Burn Notice, Supernatural, Criminal Minds, The Newsroom, The Walking Dead, Boston Legal, How I Met Your Mother, Star Trek: Voyager, Goggle Box, Dragon's Den and The Shark Tank, MasterChef, Location Location Location, Selling Houses Australia, and of course The Simpsons.
Favorite Music:
Mainly top 40s radio in the car. Pretty boring and mainstream, I know. I like the more conventional melodic sound. But my wife is dragging me kicking and screaming into the present day, with her frequent downloads and constant retuning the radio to Triple J. I’m quite partial to some more alternative music, some Aussie hip hop, the occasional dance or dubstep number, and a little country too. A bit of everything really. The music that stands out though is the stuff with a political message. Check out the videos down below if you’re interested.
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I'm hooked on Snickers at the moment. I can't get enough.

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Topic: The Walking Dead
Posted: 25 Mar 2015 04:17

I think the carved 'W' signs are signalling the new "Bad Guys" on the horizon... assumably some renegade psychos that will challenge the Alexandria Safe Zone and want to take it for themselves.

This would technically allow Rick to be 'right' about everything he screams about in the last episode (Alexandria is not secure, there are bad people who will want to take it from you, we have to prepare etc.). If they do punish Rick for his totally unhinged outburst, the arrival of a new threat would be what the show would need to allow Rick to redeem himself among the group... and pretty much come out as the 'I told you so' Hero.

Also - there was this foreboding graffiti written on the wall inside Noah's demolished community ('Wolves Not Far').... plus they found that truck of half-chopped 'W'-carved walkers just outside the broken walls there - so it seems like whoever wrecked that community likes to make their mark, maybe to intimidate and scare people first, and then take what they want. It would make sense that a relatively sheltered community like Noah's, and even Alexandria, would be seen as soft pickings filled with people that are easy to scare into submission.

I think you're definitely onto something there, Doll. I completely forgot about the truckload at Noah's old place. Man!

Giving this probably way more thought than I should, I wonder about Nicholas digging up that gun after the dust settled in the last episode. If that was the gun Rick left behind in the blender, maybe he's the W crew's inside man. It would be a great ploy for him to slowly erode the community's stronger defenders and leave them exposed for an attack.

Topic: I really need...
Posted: 25 Mar 2015 03:44

I really need a big-ass hug from KK...and maybe a bit of a grope too while we're at it. Grrr.

Topic: Question about Character Introduction
Posted: 25 Mar 2015 03:41

I think you were on the right track from the get go. It always makes for a stronger story when you gradually introduce your characters with subtle clues, slowly working their physical appearance into the action, and revealing their characters through what they do, rather than explicit statements. Weave a story. That's why we're all here.

You should check out some of Sprite's stories to see how it's done. I'd like to think I do the same, but there's certainly no shortage of good examples amongst the Recommended Reads and Editor's Picks categories.

Topic: The Walking Dead
Posted: 24 Mar 2015 04:53

Nope - let's break it down:

"He left his best mate for dead." - Technically what else could he have done. Rick was hooked up to machines in the hospital. Machines failed. He seemed pretty dead. And zombies were coming. At least he pushed the hospital bed in front of the door to block them out. If he was really evil, he wouldn't have bothered. He probably wouldn't have even bothered checking on his BFF either when the world was basically going to hell. So really - let's be honest here - he was a true friend against all odds. :)

"He fucked his wife." - Ok, yeah... sorta tacky. But he was obviously very in love with Lori. It wasn't just to get laid. As far as he was concerned her husband was dead and here he was - willing to take on a single mother with a kid (a total liability in an apocalypse). So really - he was essentially protecting Rick's family when Rick couldn't. :)

"He murdered one of his group so he could get away." - Technically he'd only just met Otis a few hours earlier - not like they had some longstanding relationship. And, if he hadn't done it, they both would have died. And then Carl would have died too - poor innocent little Carl, whom Otis had negligently shot earlier that day. So really - he saved a little boy. He's a bit of a hero, really. :)

I know there was that whole 'trying to kill Rick' bit later on at the farm, but love and PTSD will make ya do crazy things.

I do love wearing my rose-colored Shane Goggles sometimes. glasses8

Hmmm, maybe. I'll give you leaving Rick behind, although I would have played it differently. And I'll even concede him slipping Lori one under the circumstances, especially given what a bitch she was. But no deal on Otis.

They might not have both made it, but it was definitely worth trying. Dropping Otis like that was stone cold psycho shit. That was his death sentence for me. The rest of it: undermining Rick with Carl and you know, trying to kill Rick, that just hammered it home.

But hey, I get it. Girl's gotta eat.

This week's episode had me so frustrated. I can't believe Nicholas. Even after everything, he was still too stupid to take the pass Glen gave him. Impressive stuff from our boy though. A better man than I.

And Rick... *sigh* He's way too over the top. Sure, Dr Wifebeater needs to be brought into line, but suggesting he should be killed is crazy, at least at that point. Thank God we were spared another speech.

Hopefully this W business comes to light next week and unites Alexandria. Speaking of, what do you think the deal is with that?

Topic: The Walking Dead
Posted: 21 Mar 2015 15:14

Funny thing if the show had started out from the beginning with the Alexandria people as the "main group" and then they'd let in Rick's gang as newbies with the hopes of 'strengthening them' and continuing on with running Pleasantville, imagine how viewers would be reacting to many of those characters... They're all becoming kind of unhinged, ready to 'take over' or lay down new laws. Technically Gabriel isn't all that far off - it's just that our longterm solidarity with the main characters and their backstory makes him the bad guy now.

It certainly makes you appreciate Shane a lot more. He was kind of Apocalypse-evolved beyond his years. I miss that character. :(

Interesting idea on the switching perspectives. I think I always would have hated Dr Wifebeater and the cowardly dumbasses who don't know their asses from their elbows out on a run, but I'm okay with the rest of them so far. And I don't know that Rick's crew has actually done anything that bad. It's not really until they've arrived at Alexandria that Rick and Carol's paranoia has run away with them and ventured into the manipulative. It's still early days on that, but they do need to dial it back a bit.

To be fair to Gabriel, maybe more than he deserves, all he knows is that a bunch of badasses turned up, killed the Terminus guys in his church, and then hauled him away. He's kept himself on the outer, and may not have a full appreciation of the context of our group's actions. Still, there's something up with him.

And I know you've got a thing for the bad boy, but no way was Shane a productive guy to keep around in a zombie apocalypse. The head rubbing aside, he left his best mate for dead, fucked his wife, and murdered one of his own group just so he could get away. He was toxic, and in retrospect, just someone to hate in the boring farm season.

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