Loki Renard’s Top 10 Tips For Writing Spanking Fiction
EDITORIAL NOTE: I am honored and delighted to feature prolific spanko writer extraordinaire Loki Renard, in an exclusive and, I hope, informative guest column for The Cherry Red Report. Thank you Loki !
READERS: If you have tips/suggestions on writing spanko fiction you wish to share, we would love to hear it. Comments and feedback appreciated and welcome as always.]
Hello, I’m Loki Renard from Trouble Books. I’ve been writing professionally in one capacity or another since I graduated college and I was writing unprofessionally for quite some time before that. Spanking has always been an interest and a love of mine.
Like a lot of you, it has fascinated me since I was a small child and I would quite often look up the world “spank” in the dictionary and get a little thrill just from seeing the word so boldly written there. My first stories were stories written for myself, to entertain myself and to create characters and situations which simply could not exist in the real world. From these humble beginnings, worlds of discipline have been created, worlds which I am fortunate enough to be able to share with my readers.
Dave has kindly asked me to write an article detailing my Top 10 tips for writing spanking fiction. I’ve written them with the novice in mind, though I hope they will be helpful to you regardless of your place on the path of the literary spanko.
1. Please Yourself
Don’t try to please everyone. Not all spankos are created the same, and although the basic action of palm on ass might be similar, people’s motivations are often quite different. For example, some spankos love spanking because of the strict, caring intimacy that can arise from such an interaction. Other spankos simply enjoy the idea of someone inflicting serious pain on a hapless bottom without a care in the world. You know what you like, so write what you like. Not everyone will love it, but there will be a sector of the community that do, and those are the people you’re writing for.
2. Let Your Imagination Run Wild
Don’t censor yourself. Sometimes when you’re writing about a personal fetish, it seems embarrassing to share intimate parts of yourself through your stories. Don’t allow the feeling of embarrassment or fear to stop you though, it is when you’re feeling those feelings that your writing is at its most truthful, and at its most powerful.
3. Show, Don’t Tell
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