Farewell to Summer: I Want to Go Down to the Beach Again (NSFW)

Summer is nearly gone; autumn is almost upon us. Summer is full of wonderful memories every year of long nights sipping wine on the balcony watching the sunset… and beaches. Everybody loves a beach for many different reasons, but it’s an ultimate destination for relaxation. Continue reading “Farewell to Summer: I Want to Go Down to the Beach Again (NSFW)”


Pre-Breakfast Fooling Around Part 2 (NSFW)

We arranged to meet the same friends for breakfast the next week. When Saturday morning came around, I woke early thanks to some chirping birds that just wouldn’t shut up. I left her sleeping soundly and went straight into the shower. Continue reading “Pre-Breakfast Fooling Around Part 2 (NSFW)”

Pre-Breakfast Fooling Around (NSFW)

‘I’m going to cum!’ I blurted, letting out a breath as I felt my orgasm begin to rise.

We lie on the bed together, curtains closed to the morning sun, naked and sweating. She stopped stroking my penis for the briefest of seconds and grabbed the black lacy knickers from beside her. Then she placed the knickers over my cock, wrapping its patterned fabric over and around the glans, holding it with the gentlest of touches. Continue reading “Pre-Breakfast Fooling Around (NSFW)”

Fantasy vs Reality in Our Erotic Writing

When I wrote this blog, I promised myself and my slender number of readers I wouldn’t just post my erotic writing, I would also write discussion pieces about writing erotica. The article on alternate names for penises generated a lot of interesting discussion, but it was quite a while ago now. Now I seem to be back up and running with this blog, I’m determined to stick with it. Continue reading “Fantasy vs Reality in Our Erotic Writing”

The Butterflies Won’t Go (Haiku)

This is the first time in a long time I’ve actually posted a weekly erotic tale! Let’s hope I can keep it up.

The anticipation of seeing your object of desire stirs up physical feelings that we just can’t control. The butterflies feeling is wonderful, but it’s also painfully crushing. Science tells us it’s part of the natural flight or flight response to something that is a threat. Continue reading “The Butterflies Won’t Go (Haiku)”