Tag: horror

#FantasySmutFriday – Week 47

Many times, you may see people eroticise the very things that scare them as a means of controlling those fears. Either that, or the horror trope has unintentionally created a quality many have found physically attractive. In either case, with Halloween on Thursday, I would like to see you re-create a horror scene, but change the script to give it a very smutty turn of events. Let’s give this Halloween a hell of a bang!

#FantasySmutFriday – Week 44

With the Halloween season in full swing, how could I not start things off with a spooky prompt? I won’t say you’re limited to horror/spooky fantasy themes for this prompt, but your entry should include biting or teeth as part of your plot.

“Amore: A Love Story” by Alexa Nichols – A Review

I originally pre-ordered “Amore: A Love Story” back in January, with the intention of reading it and writing this review soon after. Needless to say, I’m a bit late, and I apologize for that. But I find that I’m kicking myself for not having read this sooner. This love story by Alexa Nichols is much more than it appears on the surface. It’s both complex in it’s story-telling, and rife with erotic pleasures to excite you as you read.

“Carnival of Sin” by Laila Faire – A Review

Current trends in the genre of erotica have shown a growing appreciation of a horror aspect to sex and sexuality. Between works of written erotica, and the porn industry, horror seems to be making an unexpected rise in popularity. Capitalizing on this idea is indie author, Laila Faire, who has crafted a number of horror erotica novellas, including “Carnival of Sin”. This was actually the first work of horror erotica I’ve ever read, and I must say, I was pleasantly surprised. I figure the best thing to do was write down my first impressions, and tell you a bit about the story.