Why Should You Buy Erotic Literature?

When I want to read murder mysteries, I turn to Patterson, Grisham, and Connolly. War stories are Clancy, Baldacci, Hunter, and Flynn. Koontz and King are my horror go-to’s.

But what about erotica? With dirty books, you naturally assume someone will get laid, but how true is that? I enjoy reading porn as much as the next person, but I don’t want to wait until the last page for someone to get shagged. Granted, most erotic stories will be doing the dirty before the final chapter, but a lot of the time, sex is few and far between.

True story: One of our straight friends writes bodice rippers and is pretty good at it. She has no idea that we are in the Lifestyle but just friends. A couple of years ago, her editor said she needed to add more sex to her stories. So now, on about the last page of a story, the heroine gets almost raped by the hero, and she loves it.

I often wonder about her true feelings about sex as I assume she thinks it’s as dirty and disgusting as her mother told her it would be. One of the things you have to put up with is allowing your husband five minutes of satisfaction every other odd, dated Friday.

In my Larry Archer erotic stories, I treat sex as something fun to do in the same fashion swingers do. While I can’t guarantee that someone will be knocking boots on the first page, generally, by the second, it’s a done deal. I try not to be crude but explicit about the descriptions, as that’s the way we think of it.

While most of the women in my stories consider themselves sluts, it’s in a good way. As my wife says, “You call me a slut like it was a bad thing.” I never use the word “whore” in a story as I believe it is degrading and demeaning.

Growing up, the men are taught they need to score, and the successful ones are considered studs and put on an altar. Women who spread their legs are sluts, the dirty kind. As a typical young guy, I was always on the make, and women were always on the defensive.

When we started swinging, the shoe was suddenly on the other foot. For the first time in my life, I had to turn a woman down who wanted to hook up. I asked my wife if it was like this for her, and she replied, “Welcome to my world.”

While it certainly boosts your ego when a woman propositions you, it is somewhat disconcerting. For example, at a house party, if a woman is interested, she doesn’t bat her eyelashes at you but grabs you by the zipper.

I have to admit that initially, I was the proverbial kid locked in a candy store. Luckily, Foxy put up with me until I came to my senses. The outshoot of being in the Lifestyle is the ability to be with someone other than your spouse, and there are no adverse outcomes.

Once again, I’m starting to ramble and get off-topic. When I write an erotic story, I tend to make everyone have the opinions of a typical swinger. Everything is certainly more casual, especially sex. I’ll be the first to admit that we in real life don’t get laid as much as we do in one of my stories. Still, I think people need to be able to live a fantasy life vicariously through stories, especially with the typical dark news on the television daily.

This means that when you buy one of my stories, you expect a lot of well-written sex scenes, and hopefully, I will provide that to you. Larry Archer’s stories never demean women or a kink that others may not accept. With swingers, there are a lot of kinks people are into, and we, as a group, are accepting of all types.

My latest story, The Perfect Wife, is doing well, especially after Amazon’s review process now takes almost two weeks. It’s kind of amazing to me, but after ten years of writing porn, I’ve sold nearly twenty thousand books. Of course, twenty K would be a drop in the bucket for mainstream writers, but I consider myself fortunate in my little world of erotic literature.

I’m Larry Archer, a simple writer of smut stories in both print and electronic format. Foxy and I are swingers in real life, and I write about the things we do and see. While the Lifestyle is not for everyone, it’s been fun for us. My smut is explicit and hardcore but with a somewhat plot. My porn stories are generally positive and fun, as this reflects how enjoyable swinging has been to us. If you’re interested in checking out my stories, I publish at all the typical outlets.

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About LarryArcher

Larry Archer's the name, smut's my game. I am a writer of erotic literature that's generally always HEA (Happily Ever After), which typically involves no regrets sex. I write in a humorous style with a plot and suitable for reading with one hand. My stories are full of sexual situations that are often taken straight from our swinger lifestyle in Las Vegas. If you want to enjoy erotica, where every page is dripping with action, give me a try.
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7 Responses to Why Should You Buy Erotic Literature?

  1. Mark K says:

    You implied, but didn’t ask, who are the erotica authors one would turn to.

    So I’ll answer for you.

    My list would include the following:
    Matthew Lee
    Emilia Steele
    C.K. Ralston
    MC Sizematters
    Vickie Vaughan
    Riley Keal
    Crystal Red

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    • LarryArcher says:

      I like Matthew Lee. It would be nice if he’d branch out beyond Hotwife stories as I like his style.

      I guess I should have mentioned erotic authors. I like Lisabet Sarai, Delores Swallows, and Selena Kitt, except she hasn’t published since 2019.

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  2. kdaddy23 says:

    When I was writing/publishing, my editor sent me a note about one story and said that she liked the storyline and the way I got the characters to have sex but… I needed to make it more “exciting;” she said that if someone doesn’t start getting themselves off reading the sex scenes, I didn’t do it right. She’d sent the story back with the scene in question circled – like three pages worth according to the WordPerfect software I was using at the time.

    It took me a week of hard thinking to revise it and the “proof” that I’d gotten it right was I had to rush to the bathroom to take care of the erection threatening to explode out of my pants. My editor later explained that writing about sensuality is one thing because one can be sensual without being overtly sexual but since there are only so many ways to put A into B, C, or D, I had to be creative without being fake.

    I’m with you on what we’re taught about chasing women and the pains of being refused… then getting into the lifestyle and now you’re the one being chased by women. Or, as I had noticed after I’d gotten married, women who wouldn’t give me the time of day in order to save my life were now throwing the pussy at me in droves and I couldn’t make any sense of it.

    I’ve thought that when women know/learn that it’s really okay to have sex and to get theirs, it’s like night and day and especially in the lifestyle. Writing about it can be interesting, though…

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    • LarryArcher says:

      LOL Like Buck Cherry sings, “I had so many women after me, I had to put some pussy on layaway.”

      For me, it was always feast or famine. When you didn’t have someone, you couldn’t get any if you tried. But once you’re getting it on a regular basis, you are falling over them trying to get to you. My wife (then gf) always kidded me about the woman who would come over and vacuum to get some.

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  3. The interesting thing is that my life WAS sort of like one of your books, at least for a while.

    And I wasn’t even in the Lifestyle. But the whole world seemed to be horny, and I was certainly willing to take advantage of that.

    It’s really sad that guys are brought up to think that sex is a competition. Even sadder when they consider the woman to be their opponent…. that their goal is to get her to “put out”. (I HATE that phrase.)

    But it does seem that scarcity is common. I can’t tell you how many of my lovers were amazed that I was really happy to have sex with them. (And grateful…) Sigh. Think how much better off society would be if everyone had all the mutually-pleasurable sex they wanted!

    (And yes, that’s one reason that I write erotica.)

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    • LarryArcher says:

      “[M]y life WAS sort of like one of your books” It’s too bad that we didn’t cross paths in an earlier life. LOL Glad to hear Lisabet that you were getting taken care of. I always assumed that I’d never live to 30 as some lover’s husband would probably shoot me. When I was sixteen, I dated a 23 year old and she was an education. But it was after college and I was working for a company that had a large manufacturing plant that employed mostly women. I started helping service three or four married women. That was the point I realized mature women were better in the rack than girls my age. For a guy, it was perfect, no dinners or shows, just jump in bed. I guess I learned about Hotwives before I’d ever heard the term.


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