Editor Jillian Boyd is looking for erotic stories of self-love for Dancing With Myself, a new anthology to be published by Sexy Little Pages. I’ve worked with Jillian in the past, most notably on her Licked anthology, and it was a delight.
For this anthology, she wants stories of 4000 to 6000 words. They may be romantic with a happy-ever-after ending, but they need not be. Payment is in royalties, and Sexy Little Pages pays out monthly whenever your author earnings go above 10 pounds sterling. The deadline is midnight August 31, UK time.
She welcomes submissions from across the sexuality and gender spectrums.
From Jillian’s call:
For this anthology, I am on the look-out for your sexiest and most creative masturbation erotica. Flying solo or playing with a partner (or partners)? Fingers, hands, toys, whatever else is suitable? A quick fumble under the sheets? A private show for a willing watcher? It’s all welcome. Use your imagination, and inspire some friction with your fiction. …
Genre of the book will be contemporary, so for this one no historical, futuristic or paranormal stories. …
Find the complete submission details, including formatting guidelines, at: Dancing With Myself – Stories of Self-Love Erotica | Sexy Little Pages
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