Author has written 13 stories for Walking Dead, Buffy: The Vampire Slayer, Homeland, Misc. Tv Shows, Battlestar Galactica: 2003, Lost, Angel, Firefly, and True Blood.
Hello – I’m Golden Boots from Britain. I’m also female and that’s about all you need to know about me, my lovelies!
I’m new to fan fiction so I hope you’ll all be gentle with me as I feel my way around the site. As you can probably tell from that last sentence, my interest is writing – and reading – mature fiction. Erotic fiction has always been a favourite of mine but there’s something about knowing the characters in the stories already that gives them a huge charge. I think erotica is an underrated art form. No-one bats an eyelid when a writer’s clear intention is to make the reader cry, laugh, think or be afraid but when the intention is to arouse, that’s considered gratuitous or “just titillation”. “Just titillation”?! Well, it takes some serious imagination and craft to truly titillate me, let me tell ya!
Now, about this point-of-view business. I am well aware that it is current good form for writers to stick to the POV of one character only. However, there are many writers – usually those who are well-established and can get away with it – who switch POV regularly and it’s my opinion that there’s nothing wrong with it as long as it’s clear whose POV we’re in at any one time. Also, I find that when I fantasize, I’m forever popping in and out of different participants’ heads so it feels natural for me to do that when writing erotic fiction. I hope it doesn’t jar too much for any of you, though, and put you off your – ahem – stroke.
Keep an eye out for my first few stories which will be based around “The Walking Dead” and “Buffy the Vampire Slayer”. Feedback is very welcome, even if it’s just to say you were titillated (I can’t seem to let go of that word…) There’ll be some slash, of course, including femslash to redress the balance as there’s not nearly enough of it around. Honestly, boys and girls, you need to get your girl-on-girl freak on more often than this!
Slash fiction: a musing. As much of it is written by women, is it the final proof that women find the thought of two men together as sexy as men find the thought of two women together? I like to think so.
OK, here goes – lock your bedroom door, close your curtains and don’t forget to delete the history on your computer. Let me entertain you…