Why I write?

Why I write?

Once upon a time … nah, don’t worry.

I was once a member of a fan site and had never read a homoerotic fiction before. I just prowled the forum and read whatever came up. One day I stumbled upon a story about an incubus who fell in love with a guy. The story was very well written with a good plot, strong characters, and it was original. And the sex was something very new to me.

It would be years before I thought of trying out the genre for myself and it kinda happened by accident. I was playing around with the thought of twisting an old mythology I had read about, and one character stepped forward very clearly. But he was definitely into guys! So I let him evolve and wrote the first homoerotic scenes just to try my hands with it. The plot took form and I didn’t stop before I had written 500 pages, and now the story keeps unfolding. Of course it contains a lot more than sex, but that little spice is a flavor I really enjoy.

It has become the Chronicles of an Earned-series.

Exploring the world where sex is a focus, I came to look at human nature and culture differently, and I’ve come to enjoy poking at the fabric of it all. I never would have imagined that this would later let me evolve into writing truly dark and twisted stories under Meraki P. Dark. I’ve found it to be cathartic to face my past demons and flip them off, leaving me a stronger person for it. I’ve even had readers write me to thank me for creating worlds and plots that let them do the same, feeling some sense of justice being served.

Over the past 4½ years, I enjoy having evolved into an author who can write the entire spectrum, yet my true love has ended up on exploring the Incubus phenomena. I’m excited to see what the next 4½ years has to offer, and I gladly invite you, dear reader, to take this journey with me.

One thing I never predicted was to become a publisher. My editor through all the 4½ years and I found House of Taboo BooxXx.

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2 thoughts on “Why I write?

  1. This sounds exactly like the reason I began writing M/M stories: “one character stepped forward very clearly. But he was definitely into guys! So I let him evolve and wrote the first homoerotic scenes just to try my hands with it.”
    The characters take control, don’t they 🙂

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