Dr. J.

Author's details

Date registered: June 8, 2017
URL: http://drjauthor.com

Latest posts

  1. Catch Dr. J. Reading Her Erotica — January 16, 2018
  2. A Firefighter’s Date — January 9, 2018
  3. The Calendar Man — January 2, 2018
  4. Dr. J.’s 2017 Year End Review — December 29, 2017
  5. Let the Writer’s Retreat Begin — December 4, 2017

Most commented posts

  1. The Calendar Man — 19 comments
  2. A Firefighter’s Date — 11 comments
  3. Be Jeweled — 10 comments
  4. At the Heart of a Threesome ~ffm~ — 9 comments
  5. When Male Bodies Meet — 9 comments

Author's posts listings

Jan 16

Catch Dr. J. Reading Her Erotica

Last week I was a guest on the Rob and Slim Show. We had thirty minutes of sexy repartee about my sex therapy world, online dating, and being sex-positive. Ending the interview, I read an excerpt from my story “Infused Leather” from Best Women’s Erotica of the Year Volume 3, published by Cleis Press and …

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Jan 09

A Firefighter’s Date

Last week I started the new year off with a story created from a photo that I called festive lights. This week Kayla Lords added a hot dick pick and it seemed to move last week’s story along. Please start at the beginning by reading The Calendar Man. “I am not chicken.” The scrunched-up lines …

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Jan 02

The Calendar Man

My phone buzzed in my hand. Tricia. “Hey, Macy. Are you in the yoga studio?” “I’m just leaving. Why?” “Stop and look at the bulletin board.” “I’m already in the car. What is it?” “There’s a fundraiser tonight for the domestic abuse shelter. You have to go with me.” “C’mon sis, you always drag me …

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Dec 29

Dr. J.’s 2017 Year End Review

I write this post sitting at my childhood dining room table. This month has been a bittersweet time for me. I have lost two family members and supported another during an emergency surgery. Writing has not been my number one focus for December, but I wanted to take this time to make an abbreviated update …

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Dec 04

Let the Writer’s Retreat Begin

I drove through a forest of dense hardwoods, down a two-rut road to reach my destination on the peninsula’s end. The shimmering lake waters greeted me. I pictured my friends, Heather and Darryl sitting inside the cabin working away. They had arrived two hours before me, and as I drove, I felt their writing energy …

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Nov 27

Icy Hot

The chill in the room continued to drop. My teeth chattered, but I had to stay focused. Rod had never used temperature this way to ramp up my desire. If I wiggled my foot, I touched the cold wrought iron bedpost. If I jiggled my hands, the icy metal of the handcuffs set me off. …

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Nov 15

My Legitimate Seat at the Erotica Table

“Hi. My name is Dr. J. I am an erotica writer.” Your turn. As an experiment, insert your name and make that statement to someone. Did you hesitate? What was your body response? What was their body response? What did the person say to you? If your experience was like mine, you received an instant …

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Nov 04

A Dirty Martini and Other Naughty Things

This ninth story finishes out the current Beth, Rafe, and Mara adventure, but it’s not the end. Go see what happens. If you want to start at the beginning, click here. Because of our long grueling workweek, Beth and I had not talked about her sexual adventure with Mara. I had not yet shared the …

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Oct 18

Two Years Down the Writing Road

Two years ago, I attended my first Florida Writers Conference, 2015. I arrived with only an idea of what fiction writing was all about, and I learned so much. This week is the annual Florida Writers Conference 2017, and I’m excited to go. Since I’m a little further down the writing road, it will take on …

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Oct 02

My Writer’s Life: 5 Times I Laughed and Learned this Week.

This past week had five lovely moments of laughing and learning. 1-My Live-in Editor. Every writer should live with an editor for a while, especially if it’s your favorite. For me, that would be my friend, Heather Whitaker. While she worked on different manuscripts at my dining room table, I experienced her editing process. We …

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