Online Erotic Fiction

Please note that I put my fiction online, for free, in order to initiate a dialogue with readers. I would appreciate it if you would take the time to comment after you read. If you don’t bother, then sooner or later, I will decide there’s no point in posting. I’ll just bundle them into anthologies and sell them.


Jude
(F/F, no sex)

Not One Before The Other
(No sex)

Three Times Lucky
(M/F)

Jouissance Précoce
(M/f, Coming of age, needles)

Stone, Memory and Want
(Not erotic)

Nathalie’s Tailor
(M/F, cutting)

Pleasure’s Apprentice
(M/f D/s)

Mine
(M/f)

Souvenir
(m/f)

Amanda, Agnus Dei
(M/f, blasphemy)

Heat Sink
(M/f, caning)

Spring in the Night
(masturbation, stranger)

The Limits of Possession
(romantic)

Blindness
(M/f, D/s, non-con, sharing)

I Waited for You by the River of Time
(M/f, rough sex)

One Word
(Parable, M/F)

Dark Garden
(D/s, M/f)

The Stand In
(M/F)

Amnesia’s Heart
(fairytale)

Salt of the Earth
(parable, no sex)

Escape Velocity
(masturbation)

Visitors From Japan
(tentacles, bukakke)

Naga
(M/M)

Motorcycle Hug
(Romantic m/f)

The Perfect Foreigner
(M/F, Romantic)

Withdrawal
(M/F)

Eversharp
(M/F, Cutting)

Pleasure’s Apprentice
(M/f, D/s)

Tourist (4 parts)
(M/F, BDSM)

Transfers
(M/F)

What You Want
(M/f, rough sex)

Hole
(voyeurism, m/f)

Ghost Marks
(D/s, Cutting, M/f)

The Virtue of Patience
(public sex, control, F/m)

10 Legs Good, 2 Legs Bad
(Twitfic)(sci-fi, humour)

Not in the Manual
(Twitter Fiction)

Real Woman
(femdom, F/m)

Night Shift
(Phone sex, D/s, Femdom)

Once Bitten
(Just a kiss)

Winter Kimono
(F/f)

Click
(Violence, Non-con, m/f)

Personal Jesus
(Phone sex, m/f)

The Tower
(M/F incest)

And The Meek Shall Inherit
(supernatural, m/f)

Karaoke Night(Hers)
(m/f – female POV)

Karaoke Night(His)
(m/f – male POV)

Grown Up Games
(D/s, spanking, M/f)

On A Very Dry Afternoon in Early Summer
(M/f, rape)

The Pipe of Thorns
(M/F, magical realism)

Kiss of Fire
(M/F, branding)

Bequeathed
(Paranormal, F/M)

Spectacle
(F/M opentexted)

The Quitter
(F/m)

Summoner
(Just plain strange)

Penny Red
(Romantic, f/f)

Pattern Passion
(Masturbation, fetish)

Questions and Answers
(m/m)

Ojects of Pleasure
(historical, sex toys. m/f)

Not About Flowers
(first time, m/f)

Better Left Unsaid
(spanking, age-play, m/f)

Performance
(voyeur, fetish, m/f)

Succession
(Supernatural, fantasy, f/m)

Mr. Charles and the Gold Digger
(D/s, M/f)

The Ship’s Figurehead
(Noire, m/f humour)

Inside The Pride
(F/m/m/m/m/m)

New Model
(sci-fi, m/machine)

The Other Side
(historical fantasy, anal, m/f)

Shellshock
(supernatural, m/f)

River Mother
(supernatural, m/f)

Therapy
(D/s, spanking, M/f)

  110 comments for “Online Erotic Fiction

  1. Christina
    March 2, 2016 at 2:03 pm

    I’ve read quite a few of your stories. It would be great of you could add more stories with spanking. I really like the “Grown up games”, if possible please do more with spanking and/or teacher and student.
    Thanks for posting these for us to read for free.

  2. Penny
    April 2, 2016 at 9:23 am

    I am new to your site and have to say how much I am enjoying your writing. So far “Grown Up Games” is my favourite. Not for the spanking or the teacher/student aspect, but for the descriptive language that is full of detail but not crude. I also enjoy the power dynamic and the role of domination that is present but not explicitly stated in a more typical manner. Sex as a punishment? With-holding as a punishment when sex is desired? I think that the development of the characters over the length of the story captures your ability to move from two-dimensional to three-dimensional development in a really powerful way. The teasing can go anywhere can’t it? Healthy, abusive, who knows. Really great work.

    • April 15, 2016 at 11:06 am

      Ahhhh. You didn’t like the spanking or the teacher student dynamic? Or is it just not ‘nice’ for us to like it. I have to admit to being headily turned on by socially prohibited relationships, but it took me a long time to admit it to myself. This is fiction. It’s not an approbation of a real life, skewed power dynamic. You can enjoy it here while still condemning the real life practice of it, I think. That’s what transgressive fiction is for.

      • Penny
        April 18, 2016 at 7:26 am

        Ah. This is one of m favourite stories. As I am an educator, the dynamic is just close to home. As a woman I can relate to wanting the experience of the heroine in past years. I read this story to some of my close colleagues/friends and the discussion was intense around the roles. Needless to say, they all bookmarked your site. The fiction is very enjoyable. Makes me want to get a job polishing silver sometime.

      • Bill smiles
        April 25, 2016 at 7:59 am

        I’ve read most of your stories and feel it only fitting to drop you a line and say thank you. I read a lot and write some erotic fiction. You are my favorite author.
        Thanks again!

      • July 6, 2016 at 12:58 pm

        Well said, as usual.

  3. sharnay
    April 9, 2016 at 6:24 pm

    hi i am also writing short stories. although i am only 18. i would like to send you my work. ive never been in a writing class or anything professional. i write about my love life with my partner. ive read some of your stories and i love them!!! i really enjoy your more romantic stories.

    • April 15, 2016 at 10:52 am

      Sharnay, join ERWA. I am not a good critic. Especially for people just starting to write. I promise.

      • Liz
        April 16, 2016 at 8:27 am

        Hi RG, just wanted to echo other commenters here and say I love your work. I think “The Perfect Foreigner” is my favourite, but it’s not easy to decide.

        I’ve been wanting to start short story writing myself, possibly focusing on erotica, for a while now but I’ve been overwhelmed about how to start. I’ve got some ideas that I’ve been playing around with but am not sure if I’m going about it in the best way, or if I have the slightest clue about what I’m doing?! Just the basics are confounding me a bit, and also there’s the whole question of how to tackle plot when it comes to writing erotica. I suppose it’s much more about interesting characters and character dynamics? I’ve been flicking through Susie Bright’s book “How to write a dirty story” and she pointed out that orgasm follows that same kind of path that a storyline does, so it fits that the ‘climax point’ is at the climax of the story, which I suppose makes sense? If you have any brief pointers or were willing to let me know how you got started RG, it would be greatly appreciated.

        I googled EWRA to see if I could get some tips and feedback but just got the European Water Resources Association, which I’m guessing is not the organisation you were referring to!

        Thanks again for your wonderful writing RG, and good luck with your writing, Sharnay!

        • April 16, 2016 at 10:30 am

          Erotica Readers and Writers Association. http://www.erotica-readers.com/

          I think the best way to start is to read. There’s no better place to start than Anais Nin. Little Birds or The Delta of Venus are great places to start. For non-hetero erotica, Samuel Delaney, the sci-fi writer also wrote some brazen and amazing erotica. Jonathan Kemp has a book of super short stories called Twenty-Six, which is almost an exemplar for how plot vs character development work within erotica. Another incredible erotica writer is Mike Kimera

          • Morgan Smith
            May 1, 2016 at 2:10 am

            Hi, just scrolling through. I wrote an essay on Samuel Delany and postmodern sexuality in Triton. What are the more erotic ones he wrote?
            I know of one. His fiction is interesting in that it really subverts everything we hold conventional about sexuality but often I find when reading that it is enjoyable.

            • May 1, 2016 at 9:10 am

              Hogg, Tides of Lust, Bread and Wine. He even wrote ON the topic of erotic writing and sci-fi.

  4. Liz
    April 17, 2016 at 3:03 am

    Ha thanks, that makes more sense. 🙂 Thanks for the recommendations. I’ve just started DH Lawrence’s Lady Chatterley’s Lover, so something by Anais Nin will be next on the list I think. Best wishes

  5. L
    April 28, 2016 at 12:23 pm

    I never knew erotica could manifest in such form of pure literature.
    Yours really makes Jane Austin and the like look like they were writing for kids, and not just by the theme.

    • April 30, 2016 at 11:41 am

      While that is a lovely compliment, I think Jane Austen mops the floor with me. But thank you.

      • Lexi
        July 7, 2016 at 5:33 pm

        I think you sell yourself short. Your work is already on a completely different level from 90% of the stuff that is published today. I think given the right opportunity and exposure you could really make a name for yourself. But I also think that it is just as well that you write what you write for such a relatively small audience, and given the choice if change neither your writing nor your potential audience. Your writing is invariably both thoughtful and thought-provoking and most of the people who come here are able to appreciate how much your work transcends the majority of the genre.

  6. joe
    April 29, 2016 at 12:22 pm

    I’ve read them all and well… I loved them.

  7. Luigi Vitalli
    April 30, 2016 at 8:13 am

    Hi really love your erotic shorts stories, and feel that I could maybe have a try at writing erotic stuff too, I do believe I have a certain style of writing sexy, erotic shorts even though I have very little experience in doing so. I was therefore hoping you may be able to point me in the right direction or at least if I wrote s shirt excerpt you could see what you thought ? here’s hoping.

  8. Luigi Vitalli
    April 30, 2016 at 8:35 am

    She pushed him into the cubicle forcibly, carefully undid his zipper whilst they kissed passionately, forcibly, he kicked the cubicle door closed behind her, and her hand entered his opening, where she was met by a naked mass of steel like pulsating muscle trying to break out from its denim chains, with a gasp, I started to release the impressive beast, inch by inch, 6, 7, 8, 9 inches and still it kept coming, 10, 11, oh Fuck a massive throbbing 12 inch mass of solid muscle, topped by an oversize pulsating swollen head stood menacingly in front of me and I wasted no time in taking that fucking huge cock into my mouth, sucking, licking, devouring, protruding veins between my lips as I rose and dipped my mouth, licking around the swollen head, stroking that massive sack full of hot heavy load, gasping, groaning, faster breathing, that salty sticky clear precum taste when licking around his almost bursting helmet, this was impressive, beautiful almost, but a deadly throbbing beast also, how the fuck will my pussy accomadate such a monster I thought.

    • April 30, 2016 at 11:37 am

      I’m a lousy critic of other people’s writing.

    • Emily
      May 25, 2016 at 6:51 pm

      I think the use of the tenses are wrong. But a good story line so far!

  9. May 2, 2016 at 5:02 am

    I’ve been thinking about writing erotica with a sci fi / magical realism elements. I like your writing and see that you’ve really written a lot. How do you stay so productive?

    I started out writing more ‘literary fiction’ but I’ve become more and more attracted to writing erotica. I’m struggling with the desire to write about sex and loftier literary goals. Is it okay to just write what you like? What do we say to critics who call erotica low brow?

    What do you think of this idea for a novella?

    College roommates, Chuck and Sam are best friends and kind of an odd couple. Chuck is a physics major and a big nerd. Sam is the opposite, a lacrosse-playing ladies’ man with sexy muscles.

    After drinking magic mushroom tea at a hippie sex party, Chuck has a dream that he is fucking a beautiful blue skinned alien with hypnotic eyes and tits to die for. When he wakes up he has new insight into the physics behind quantum mechanics and time travel.

    Chuck researches the equations from his dream at the library and tracks down a mysterious ancient scepter which allows them to time travel.

    In a stroke of genius, they decide to travel through time to the night the Titanic sank, so they can be on a sweet boat and bang women who were going to die anyway.

    When they loose the magic scepter, they may be going down with the ship. Their dicks may have got the best of them in this sexy adventure.

    • May 2, 2016 at 4:12 pm

      I think you link to your already-for-sale book on Amazon. You’re not asking for discourse with me; you’re self promoting, so I really don’t feel much need to respond to this.

  10. Avid reader
    May 3, 2016 at 4:13 am

    I can almost smell the expensive cigars and hear the hubub of conversation going on in the background of this Embassy garden party. You have a wonderful way of conjuring up mental images in your writing. There is a sophistication and smoothness to these stories that I find very appealing. The ending of this story seems very apt. How like life to lead you by the nose only to disappoint at the last minute.

  11. Teddy Omondi
    May 6, 2016 at 3:17 am

    I’ve read pieces that were just plain painful to go through but barely through one here and the literary satisfaction could last me weeks.Find a way to earn money from them.

    • May 6, 2016 at 9:12 am

      I earn money elsewhere. Money isn’t a MORE legitimate motivation than others. Nor is it a measure of quality.

  12. JM
    May 29, 2016 at 9:59 am

    I am liking the ones that I have read so far, just reading them turns me on and its very enjoyable

  13. REBECCA
    June 27, 2016 at 8:22 am

    DO PART 2 OF GROWN UP GAMES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  14. Tim
    June 30, 2016 at 4:13 am

    Hi RM, I really love your stories. I found the one’s on the website and then bought your “Coming Together” collection on Amazon. Also put it on my wife’s Kindle. Just wanted to let you know that I enjoy and love the way that you write. I have written a couple for my wife and they don’t compare to yours! So, thanks for your work/labor of love.

    • June 30, 2016 at 1:46 pm

      I’m sure the stories you’ve written for your wife were must more intimate 😀

  15. Emily
    July 2, 2016 at 11:39 pm

    I love your writing style, I appreciate your work immensely. It is generous of you to share and put your work out there for folks. I have read almost all of them. I love the diversity of each peice. I will comment on them as soon as I get the chance. I am going purchase a couple of your books. I would go to the book store right now and purchase them if they were selling there. Thanks for sharing!

  16. lp
    July 5, 2016 at 1:19 pm

    okay . . . “The Stand In” was good. Not overwrought. Not contrived. Not adolescently intellectual. Quick and tight and urgent. creative. Everything I else i read (like four other stories) fell into one of the typical erotica sand traps (clumsily executed and thus unrealistic-feeling scenarios, pulpy characters, stream-of-consciousness protagonist-development, etc.) I think it is extremely brave and generous of you to post your shit. And one out of five ain’t bad at all. Oh and every single one of your stories I read, even the one I liked, had a monotonously white and suburban inner voice, no matter the setting or the POV. I mean, all the ones I read were intrinsically, reflexively, automatically white-oriented in substance anyway, but even if you changed some settings or some skin-tones, it’s still typical white-erotica terrain. Maybe you have some nonwhite characters somewhere in some of these stories, but that’s not the same as being able to express in a nonwhite voice at least some of the time. Those of us who like our sexual worlds to be integrated (not to be confused with “diverse”) miss that type of thing; it’s a pretty standard and consequently unsurprising weakness.

    Last thing: I think it’s clearly either bullshit or chicken to solicit commentary – to go so far as to admonish people that if they don’t get in the spirit of literary community and offer reciprocation you’re liable to just fold your tent and walk – and then to eschew a judgmental voice when other people request it as if that isn’t your place or your station or you have no ear for it. None of that is likely to be true. You’re a fucking writer, you know about writing. It would make perfect sense to say “this is my site, you comment on MY writing. if you want people to comment on YOUR writing, start a fuckin’ site and post writing and maybe I’ll visit it and leave an opinion. But you came here, to my site, and my site is for you to read and comment and that’s it. No offense and have a nice day.” The “I’m just not a good critic,” sounds like a half-cooked hash of look-off and humblebrag. Just my opinion, as relevant as my asshole. But you asked . . .

    • July 5, 2016 at 3:02 pm

      Dear LP,
      Thank you for your extensive and considered feedback. I’m so glad you took the opportunity to leave it even if, as you say it’s bullshit that I have requested you do. Regarding the lack of a “nonwhite voice”. Sadly, being a pale-skinned, Sephardic Jew of North African, Berber descent, growing up in an entirely middle-class world, that’s my voice. I feel would be inauthentic and unfair for me to appropriate someone else’s voice. I am simply not experientially equipped to represent another. I do hope you will, though. 😀

  17. Lexi
    July 7, 2016 at 5:00 pm

    Your skillful use of compression and vivid imagery truly give life to your stories. Your works will always have a place in my heart, or at least until my memories succumb to the onslaught of time or my heart ceases it’s lifelong struggle. Thank you.

  18. Blain
    July 12, 2016 at 10:56 pm

    Habibti, as I pack my bags and get ready to fly indefinetly to africa, I keep coming back and reading River Mother…and it comforts me.
    I am taking you with !!!

  19. Steph
    July 13, 2016 at 12:29 am

    Hi RG,
    I really appreciate your response on July 5 to LP. I feel like writers should write “what they know,” and I know the trappings of my reality better than those of any other. Appropriation is inauthentic, and it can be downright insulting. Thank you for your honesty 🙂

  20. Katie
    August 22, 2016 at 7:09 pm

    I don’t know how but I am so glad I stumbled upon your site
    This is so erotic but in such a mind numbing way.
    I started with one but I couldn’t just put it away and I have read almost 10 stories by now
    You are damn amazing

  21. Sara
    August 25, 2016 at 4:03 am

    I have thought long and hard about the comment I wanted to leave you and still have no idea what I’m going to say. As a very amateur writer I’m a little out of my comfort zone just winging it but here goes anyway. I wanted to read every story you posted in this section before I commented so for the past 3 days I have been glued to my phone completely submerging myself into your world of words. I also read over a bit of the comments others have left to try and find the appropriate way to converse with you..because as I previously mentioned I am at a loss for words. Still not knowing where to begin I suppose I will start by saying that without knowing you and just from reading your short stories I find you incredibly intelligent and fun and attractive. I’m completely convinced that you would be one of the coolest people I could ever know. Your talent for the way you take words and make them come to life on my screen is enough to get me wet without all the sexy smutt involved. That just adds fuel to the fire. You have awakened feelings in me that I never knew I had. To better explain it’s like I told my husband “I’m not saying that an octopus screwing a woman turned me on I’m saying I was turned on before the octopus was ever introduced and when he showed up I didn’t mind.” The only stories I didn’t particularly enjoy was the ones evolving cutting. I read them start to finish anyway because I was completely committed to this adventure you brought me on. But I believe the only reason they didn’t excite me was because when we were still children my husband suffered from depression and to this day he bares the scars of his overcome past. That being said I am wise enough to not judge those who do enjoy those types of things just because I don’t understand it. I want to say thank you for being bold enough to post your writings online. You are so extremely talented I’m pretty sure it’s leaking out of my phone. I know in my heart that I will be back numerous times in the future to relive these moments I’ve now shared with all of your addicting characters. So I hope you never get so upset of lack of interest that you remove the page. I so look forward to many more nights lying in the bed with my husband reading your material to him as he drifts away next to me so tired of a hard day at work leaving me alone with your imagination coming to life in my mind excited and panting. I would love to see more stories posted here. I notice all of them are dated from some time a go. I’m incredibly intrigued to know how your writing has developed over time. And plus a lot of the stories dropped off so quickly I find myself like some of your other readers screaming for a part 2. I hope you will at least consider it. I would also like to share on a more personal note that my husband and I have always had amazing sex. And for the past 8 years everyone has told us that the fire well die down and the act itself well become less and less frequent. For the record that is total crap. We are more sexy and kinky and frequent then we were when we were teenagers. Over time our sex life has just found more ways to grow not dwindle. I’m getting side tracked. Apologies ma’am. I’ve been reading erotica for the past 3 days and I would be putting it lightly to say my mind is a tad bit in the gutter. Back to the point we have always had great sex but for the past 3 days since we have been reading your stories together something has ignited within us. We are both tired and sore…But still both so turned on that we can’t help but to keep pleasing one another. So thanks for that too. Please no matter what people tell you and no matter what your convinced of please my dear never stop writing. I could not bare it if such talent and passion as yours were to go to waste. And still at a loss of what exactly to say and how to close this simply a thousand thank yous and I hope this life rewards you with all of your desires.

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