Posted Thu Nov 29, 2012 11:48 AM
Please be serious and only post once if u post more than one fetish only the first will be counted. I thank you
Posted Thu Nov 29, 2012 12:41 PM
Posted Sun Dec 02, 2012 04:09 AM
if this is your first book, you should write about things you know well. If it is supposed to be erotic, you should write about things you find erotic, because then you'll be convincing, you'll find the inspiration to get the words right to describe what is going on in your mind.
I can tell you my fetish is music. It's all about playing good music. Even my orgies start with playing good music. But if you aren't a classical musician, you'll find impossible to write about it, because you have no idea what I'm talking about. And would you be capable of writing about the sub/dom thing I have going on with some composers?
In a way, it is about enjoying the sweet punishment of putting thousands of hours at the service of playing one measure of music written 200, 300 years ago, pursuing a sound that is buried in time, that I'll never really know how it was supposed to be played. I'm a masochist, but I don't like to be flogged. I like to play the violin. I need to feel attached by those 4 strings.
The sound pole is the center of my universe, and I need to feel the tantalizing vibration of those strings right down my inner core. It is really overpowering, because it can't make me cum. So, it'll edge me... again and again... a master, a dom that will never give me that orgasm. It'll edge me mercilessly and send me in sexual desperation seeking a man to fuck... and while I'm fucking that man, my mind is still loyal to my master.
And I'm just about brushing the surface of my fetish for you. You have no idea.
Sure, an experienced writer can do a lot of research and mix the information with emotions and experiences of her own to write well about any subject. But if you're inexperienced, that's a very difficult thing to do.
If you study literature, you'll see most good writers have a niche. They know about something, or a subject touches them a lot, and they write around those things.
Good luck on your new book.
Posted Sun Dec 02, 2012 06:31 PM
Posted Sun Sep 08, 2013 12:50 PM
I loved what you wrote about your relationship with your music and your violin. It was like it was your partner, your lover, your orgasm...only it was also still a bit teasing, holding you back, always never quite climaxing, but endlessly playing with you and your feelings and body.
I felt your anguish over it never quite taking you over the edge. That must be constantly frustrating, yet you keep going back for more and more. You can't let go, always hovering over that thing that the violin will never quite give you.
years, ago, I played trumpet. But it never tempted and played with me. Playing the trumpet was a lot about the tongue - how to make it move fast, move slow, how to make it last a long time, developing the muscle inside it and making it one of the strongest in my body. I think that it can tease and bring to and hold and never quite let a woman go over the edge, just like your violin. But then, I'm not that sadistic. I don't enjoy the pain that a woman might feel from forever teetering on the edge. I want a woman to fall over the edge, to fly and soar and cry and tremble and arch and and flow and grasp and moan and shake. And then when that is done, start right over again from the beginning and doing it all over again.
This post has been edited by niceguylovesit: Sun Sep 08, 2013 12:52 PM
Posted Mon Sep 09, 2013 12:32 AM
Even being an extremely difficult to please partner, my violin still gives me more pleasure every time I play it, than any orgasm will represent.