My First Smut

My First Smut: Sometimes, it’s all about the heat

My First Smut is a recurring feature where we talk about our formative smut experiences. These short confessionals may include such details as: What book did you read? How old were you? Were there other people involved? What made the experience special? What role does smut play in your life?

This week, erotica author Tiny Sparks talks flashlights under the covers.


First romance novel you read:

As romances go, I read loads, but at age 18, I wanted them darker and turned to Paranormal Romance. The most books I read by one author was Sherrilyn Kenyon and Charlaine Harris. In my own language I’d already read ‘real’ smut.

How old were you?

The ‘real’ smut, as in erotica short stories…probably 15

How’d you get your hands on the book?

Those first books, I snuck out of my parents’ bedroom side table.

What was the reading experience like?

Under the covers with a flashlight. Orgasms did follow. When I got older and had my own place, reading in bath was a favourite of mine, but I would read these books anywhere and lose sleep, as they were just addictive.

What made the experience special?

The heat of the books came halfway but built from the start. The story kept you up at all hours along with the steaminess.

What role does smut play in your life?

I read it, I write it and I live it.

Bio:

I’m a readers and an author of erotic romance and BDSM erotica, based on real experiences, poured into a fantasy for everyone to enjoy. As much as I enjoy reading Paranormal romance, I haven’t got the impulse to write it myself. Erotica, on the other hand, I love writing it. If it doesn’t make me hot, it won’t make it in my books.

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