Erotic Literature, Pop and Pulp Fiction, Erotic Stories, Glamour Photography…It's On the Net
Erotic Stories, erotic literature, glamour photography, Sexually themed non-fiction articles, many more non-fiction articles, columns and reviews, Poetry, Romance Stories, Fiction Short stories, Romance Fiction, Fantasy Fiction, An occasional erotic novel or partial erotic or fiction novel, other contemporary fiction, book reviews, a few literary reviews and a few other genres make up the selections you can find readily available on the internet in various e-magazines and other sources.
Certainly, both fiction and nonfiction books will be reviewed in numerous places, along with wine, food and more, just to be thorough, and we would expect to see several other categories of fiction, non-fiction and review style articles plus more types of erotic stories than many surfers might have imagined possible. There would also be advice columns and astrological forecasts, all gracing various internet sources from time to time. All of this written content will be punctuated and accentuated by anything from beautiful visuals including high-quality erotic photography, glamor photography, captivating videos, and other unique and exotic photography, all the way to clip art, cartoons even simple borders on a white page.
So if you like erotic stories, believe in erotic literature and love good fiction, more and more the internet is the place to surf. Anyhow, they look at you so strange at the public library when you ask for erotic literature. In our opinion erotic stories do not have to be penned by Anais Nin in order to be meaningful or beautiful, but, of course, it could help! Henry Miller advises:
"Develop an interest in life as you see it; the people, things, literature, music - the world is so rich, simply throbbing with rich treasures, beautiful souls, and interesting people. Forget yourself."
There just aren't too many authors in any genre with the flair for saying as much in as few words as Nin and her sometime companion Miller.
"Age does not protect you from love. But love, to some extent, protects you from age."
An observation worthy of great fiction, if I've ever read one. Hemingway may have spilled his period upon reading that line by Nin.
Later Henry Miller later writes:
"One of the reasons why so few of us ever act, instead of reacting, is because we are continually stifling our deepest impulses."
Now consider these few words by Nin:
" And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom."
Erotic stories replete with all of the trappings of great literature, yes, it can be found. It just isn't very easy to find elsewhere than certain of these internet pages.