Saturday, June 6, 2020

Ever considered writing erotica? #OnlineClass #EroticWriting @mchristianzobop @asyoulikeitshop

Erotica Author

If you’re visiting my blog, you probably enjoy sexy stories. I’ll bet you have lots of fantasies, too. Maybe you’ve played around with the idea of trying to write some of them down and publish them.

Now is the ideal time to turn those ideas into reality. With people still stuck at home, book sales are soaring. And erotica and erotic romance are among the best selling genres.

Plus (take if from someone who knows!) writing erotic fiction is tremendous fun!

Not sure how to get started? You’re in luck. Later this month, legendary erotica author M.Christian will be teaching a special two-part online class in erotica writing for As You Like It, a women-owned adult pleasure shop in Eugene, Oregon.

This virtual class has been designed to appeal to those new to storytelling as well as to anyone ready to make the big, and frequently challenging, leap from enthusiastic amateur to well-seasoned professional. The two segments of the class will both take place in June 2020, via the video conferencing service, Zoom.

The introductory segment, Sex Sells, Part 1: Getting Started As An Erotic Writer will be on Sunday, June 14, 2020, from 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM PDT, and will cost $20 for the hour. Tickets can be purchased through Eventbrite (

The advanced class, Sex Sells, Part 2: How to Sell Your Erotic Writing follows on Sunday, June 28, 2020, from 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM PDT, and will cost $20 for two hours. Tickets can be purchased through Eventbrite (

You can find more details here:


Email: mchristianzobop [at] gmail [dot] com

Twitter: @mchristianzobop

As You Like It:

1655 W 11th Ave #1, Eugene, OR 97402

Twitter: @AsYouLikeItShop


Fiona McGier said...

See what a classy author you are? Encouraging the "competition." Part of what I like so much about you. That, and your smutty stories!

Lisabet Sarai said...

Thanks, Fiona - but I don't view other authors as the competition. The more we turn readers on, the more they'll want to buy our books.

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