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DANCING DOLL INTERVIEW

Dancing Doll is a relative newcomer to Eroticstories.com but, despite publishing here for a little less than a year, she has already made a huge impression on her fans.

"I've been writing dirty stories since I was a teen. Most of those were very basic 'stroke stories' and nothing worthy of attaching my name to online, but it definitely meant that when I did start writing erotic stories a year ago, that it came very naturally to me. At the time, I was recovering from a knee injury and spending more time than usual surfing online and stumbled across an erotic story site. Always being a lover of the written word, I had been writing a fictional 'non-erotic' novel up until then in my spare time, and thought erotica would be a fun diversion. Little did I know I'd fall instantly in lust with the immediate rewards of writing and publishing short stories. I wasn't sure how far I wanted to go with it in terms of posting on all the online sites, but DamonX had great things to say about ES and urged me to start posting here, so I followed his lead, and here I am!"

Q. What and when was the first story you published here?

The first story that I published here was "The Escort and the Dirty Substitute". It's about a 'good girl' named Alison with a 'nice guy' boyfriend and a mainstream life that is starting to bore her. She reluctantly lets herself get persuaded into taking an appointment from her manipulative elite call girl roommate Liana. Being seduced by the money and the thrill of illicit sex, she ends up in a hotel room being dominated by a power-couple with a penchant for twisted and demanding sex games. That story turned out to be very popular and really struck a chord with a lot of female readers. I wrote a second chapter and there are more chapters that have been sketched out. I'd like to turn it into a novel and publish it because the feedback and intrigue from readers about this storyline and these characters has been surprisingly strong across all the online sites I publish on. As well, it has consistently scored remarkably well.

Q. How many stories have you published since then?

Since the two chapters from the Escort series, I've published 6 other stories on EroticStories and a couple of other ones that I can't post here because of content restrictions.

Q. What was your most recent one?

My last story was an installment for "The Sex Rehab Diaries" which is a collection of stories about unapologetically slutty and dirty girls that are sharing their individual confessions in group therapy. There's a bit of humour to this series as these stories are definitely over the top and extremely explicit no-holds barred filth, being told with a lot of enthusiasm in a classroom environment. I thought it was a clever premise to base a series on and I've had a lot of fun writing it. My most recent addition was "Stacey's Confession" about a couple with a cuckold fantasy. As with many fantasies, sometimes when it gets intense, it's hard to tell how serious your partner is (or even how serious you are) about pushing fantasy into reality. In this story, Stacey impulsively decides to act on it, leading to a intense retelling of her dirty indulgences in the car when her unsuspecting boyfriend picks her up after her "girl's night out". I got into some very explicit and dirty sexual practices with this one. I'm sure some of my fans were a little shocked but it got very enthusiastic feedback from a lot of people that obviously love extremely dirty sex. This story is actually one of my favourites that I've written as it hit on a few personal notes for me.

Q. Now, is there anything you'd like to tell us about yourself?

I like to keep my real life fairly private, but suffice it to say that I was raised in a somewhat conservative upper middle class family that had a lot of expectations of the kind of girl I was expected to be. That might be why a lot of my stories have a variation of the 'good girl gone bad' theme. I think the more repression you face, the more you want to rebel against it. Or at least that's what I did. I just did my rebellion under the radar so I didn't ruin the image I was supposed to project. This has led to me being more of a social chameleon because I can adjust myself to any environment... I've been professional girl, good girl, raving party girl, and have been called a porn star in the bedroom more than a few times. I'm comfortable at the family dinner, the ballet, the after-hours club and the sex party. There are just a lot of aspects to my personality and I think that's worked in my favour when it comes to writing as well.

Q. How and why did you begin writing erotic stories?

I've been writing erotica since February 2010, so as I mentioned I'm still a relative newcomer to the genre. I started writing because I've always been a rather oversexed and dirty-minded girl and love everything to do with sex and all the endless possibilities. I found that writing the stories and really indulging my fantasies was a huge turn on for me. And there's an exhibitionist element of sharing these stories with strangers that has it's own thrill. The thought of coaxing cum and juices from readers around the world with a fantasy I've created and written is kind of mind-blowing!

Q. Have you published anywhere other than ES.com?

In terms of the internet sites, I started out publishing on Lush stories, and then from there, I posted on ES, Literotica, and EroticaRepublic, all under the alias of Dancing_Doll. I also just recently had a true oral sex first-time story published as part of the Xcite anthology "The Bad Girl's Sweet Kiss" which was my first foray into e-book publishing, and definitely not my last. I would like to turn my Escort series into a full-length novella, and eventually I would like to compile all the chapters of my Sex Rehab series into a book.

Q. What is it about writing erotica that you most enjoy?

I love writing in general, but I have always been a very kinky girl, so writing erotica seemed like combining two of the things that I enjoy the most. I also like the boldness of sharing a kind of dirty intimacy with readers. Sex is everywhere in society, but the darker more taboo aspects of it and the more controversial fantasies still operate on a more private level, sometimes even between lovers. These are the kinds of stories that I like to write. I get such interesting feedback from readers who tell me that they can identify with a character in my story and the boredom of a relationship, or others find that they have learned about motivations that might have led a loved one to cheat, or how a woman really feels about anal sex, or the dynamics of submissive fantasies. It has really taught me a lot. When I first started writing, I really just figured people enjoyed masturbating to my stories. But I've learned that readers have gotten so much more out of it, and it's been eye-opening for me, as well as very rewarding and motivating.

Q. Do you get turned on while writing stories?

Absolutely! I get turned on before, during and after writing them! When I have a big writing day, I know I'm going to end up soaking several pairs of panties. I often stop to masturbate in between. I have a cool little toy called the WiVibe that hooks into my pussy and over my clit that I wear when I write sex scenes that allows me to type handsfree but offers ongoing physical stimulation with a nice vibrating buzz. It definitely keeps me in a constant state of excitement that works well for writing dirty stories. To me, getting turned on is the mark of good erotica. If I'm not turned on by what I write, how can I expect a reader to be?

Q: What is your favorite category to write in, and why?

I don't have a favourite category and most of my stories have a lot of crossover, so it's hard to choose just one. The commonality that my stories have is that I tend to enjoy creating stories about psychologically complex or emotionally conflicted characters that are struggling with their desires. I think a lot of women are too afraid to tap into their inner slut and celebrate it, rather than fear judgment from it. I'm hoping to inspire more girls to enjoy and explore the darker side of their sexuality. I guess I am known as a rather "dirty writer" which to me means submitting openly to physical passion and lust where anything goes. My stories often contain relentlessly explicit sexual scenes that sometimes push the boundaries of what a mainstream reader might be comfortable with. To this point, I've played with themes of prostitution, cheating, reluctance, anal, rimming (both ways), rough sex, revenge, cum-play, light domination/bondage, gangbang/group sex, and cuckold fantasies.

Q. How would you define your writing style when it comes to erotica?

When it comes to erotica, I write to entertain and to turn people on. I keep my writing style very readable, almost as though you are vicariously listening in on a girl talking about one of her most dirty, sordid sexual experiences to her girlfriend over martinis one night.

Q. How do you create your characters?

There's that old Gwen Stefani song that goes, "I'm just a girl in the world", and I take that approach when writing my central characters. I like to write characters that people can identify with. Most women have a bad girl, slutty side, but we aren't working in the porn industry or fucking every person we meet without a second thought. I like to have my characters go through a change of thought or attitude before submitting to a dirty "sex-capade." I try to make the outrageous seem entirely plausible within the realm of reality... like maybe an otherwise committed girl might give into the moment and end up in a wild gangbag with her fiance's friends at his bachelor party while he's passed out sleeping (in Kylie's Confession). Or maybe a girl finally gets fed up with her cheating player of a boyfriend and orchestrates a big revenge scene before walking out on him (in Stroking Midnight). My characters are about the fun and educated twenty-something girl with real morals and values, that decides to put those on hold in order to indulge her inner slut. I think that's the crux behind most women's fantasies.

Outside of the central female character, I almost always base my other characters on people that I know in real life or sometimes I'll make them compositions of people. My real life regularly inspires my writing. I guess I've had something of a wild social life and I've been around a wide variety of people and they often find their way into my stories, one way or another.

Q. How much of yourself do you include in your stories?

A lot. Some people have accused me of writing about too many blondes because my female characters often look exactly the same (i.e. just like me). Because they are my stories and my fantasies, I tend to put a lot of myself into those characters to make them very personal to me. They often have a similar personality to mine, and talk/react to things as I typically would.

I've had readers tell me that they feel like 'they know me' based on reading my stories. Given that I usually base the central characters on myself, I can definitely admit that if you are a fan of my stories, then you'd be a fan of the real me as well.

Q. Is there anything that happens in your stories that you would really like to try in "real life", but haven't yet been able to?

Hmmm.... A lot of the sexual scenarios I write about are pretty extreme. My Sex Rehab Diaries Kylie's Confession had a great gangbang that is definitely a fantasy of mine. I have had a MMF threesome in the past where I got experience the pleasures and perversions of double penetration, but the gangbang idea is always in the back of my mind if I ever found 'the right' opportunity and I think if it was part of a cuckold situation it could be even hotter. Other than that, I tend to write about sex that I've already experienced, such as anal, ass-licking, cum-play, girl on girl, and light domination and restraints/bondage. I find it easier to draw from real life experience. If I've never licked pussy or ass or understood what it feels like to have anal sex, then I don't think I'd be very good at writing about it. All the subtleties and nuances have to be there. I've had many readers write to me saying it was evident that I'd experienced DP based on the way I wrote the scene in Kylie's Confession, so that reinforced my belief in writing what you know as much as possible.

Q. Does your partner or any of your friends know that you write? What do they think?

Most of my friends know that I write, but I don't tell them what name I write under. I have a lot of very progressively kinky girlfriends that love to talk about sex in explicit detail (yes guys, we tell each other everything!). I have let my closest girlfriend read a couple of my stories, and she absolutely loved them. She actually confessed that it spiced up sex with her husband when they both read them together while on vacation. Overall though, I really prefer to keep things private to avoid gossip on the social scene. I don't need acquaintances and 'friends of friends' that I socialize with occasionally knowing all the dirty corners of my mind.

Q. What, if any, difficulties do you face when writing - erotic writing difficulties and general writing difficulties? And how do you overcome them?

I set high standards for myself. I don't like to publish something unless I'm very proud of the piece and think it expresses me well as a writer. Sometimes I'll start on an idea and I'm not completely happy with it, and instead of putting the idea aside or discarding it, I can become immobilized by my own indecisions and keep trying to rework it. This occasional causes me to waste a lot of time, either trying to fix the story, or spending time avoiding the story and then not writing anything else in between. I think I push myself to create unique and entertaining pieces, and so the pressure I place upon myself to do that is definitely the most challenging aspect of writing. Once I hit my groove or have the right plotline mapped out, I absolutely love writing, and it can happily consume me for large chunks of time.

Q. How about in more general terms - how do you feel about the "outside world"'s perception of erotic writing?

I think that the outside perceptions of erotica are changing. There is no doubt that sex sells, and internet porn searches have reached epic proportions. I see the attitude of keeping everything hidden and secretive is giving way to a more empowered view of enjoying sex stories as just a healthy part of human sexuality. Erotica is currently the most popular genre for e-books and I think that it's definitely paving the way for writers to be able to make a living writing what they love. Plus I think there is something intriguing about someone that enjoys reading erotic stories rather than just relying on visual porn. It shows that people appreciate more substance and layers with their fantasies. It's not just about the quick 'in and out'. People want more.

Q. One thing that I love about ES is that you very quickly build up a community of fans, who enjoy writing to and hearing from their favorite authors. Do you have any favorite topics that have surfaced in these "conversations"?

I'm always amazed at how many people really take the story content seriously and it's amazing to have an outside set of eyes reflect on your work (and your fantasy) with opinions. I know some of my stories are controversial and definitely touch on some sensitive topics like cheating, drug use, and prostitution. I enjoy hearing readers' opinions in general on my characters and which ones particularly resonated with them for whatever reason. Hearing that a reader has become 'attached' to one of my characters is such a compliment because it means I've succeeded in breathing life into a character that seems very real to my readers. It makes me realize that I've written far more than just a masturbatory tale, which is always the goal.

Q. How do you feel when you receive negative comments or very low votes from readers?

Overall, I've had a very kind reception from most ES readers. I don't get a lot of negative comments, but when I get constructive criticism or suggestions, I always take the time to write back. I know how hard it can be to have the 'courage' to critique a story, so if it's done in a respectful way, I have no problem at all with it. I think it can help one grow as a writer to find out what you need to improve on. Getting a low vote with no comment can be frustrating though, because I don't know what I've done wrong. Was it the morality of my characters, my writing in general, or the sex practices I included that they didn't like? Obviously there is no point in guessing. I try to take it all with a grain of salt, but sure, nobody likes getting low votes. Unfortunately it's just the nature of writing... it's always subjective.

Q. What kind of stories would you never write?

I'll start out by saying 'never say never', but for now I tend to avoid writing about things that I don't have any direct experience with. If I don't feel like I can do the subject matter justice, I'd prefer to leave it to another writer. I'm not active in the BDSM or fetish community so you probably won't see me writing about it unless it's light bondage or restraints or psychological domination. I have gone to fetish parties dressed in latex and once in a chain maille bikini, but I was definitely more of a poser to that scene. I was curious, but realized it wasn't really my style, although the concept of it intrigues me. So in general, if I haven't experienced it or fantasized about it then you probably won't see me writing about it.

Q. And do you read, and respond to, other writers on the site? Who are your favorites?

I actually don't read a tremendous amount of erotica, partially because of lack of time and also the desire to avoid being influenced when it comes to ideas and style. Of the stories that I have read on ES, I can definitely say that there is a tremendous wealth of talent here. Occasionally someone will send me an email asking me to read/comment on their story, and I always oblige. I also reply to any mail I get with feedback or suggestions (both positive and negative). It's the fans that keep me motivated to continue writing, and I'm always grateful (and often humbled) by the time and investment people make in reading my stories and contacting me to discuss them.

My favourite author on this site is DamonX, and I've read his stories because he's truly genius with his ability to spin a dirty tale, and our taste in sexual interests and fantasies run through a very similar vein. He's influenced and inspired quite a bit of my writing actually, and we'll often play out a scenario together before I realize that damn, that would make a great story! I have to write that! The stories where he's had a close hand in lubricating the wheels in my mind (among other things) often end up being higher rated or having more impact with readers as well. I often find there's more of a raw intensity to them or to the connections between the characters. Suffice it to say that if you see a green-eyed, dark haired male character in my stories with a proclivity for rough sex or anal, it's not just a coincidence.

Q. Do you remember the first pornography you ever saw?

I was an avid consumer of anything pornographic and kinky that I could get my hands on the minute I discovered what sex was. That included dirty magazines and books that I found at home or at friend's houses when I was a kid, and then it graduated to porn videos and online sex searches. Obviously I was doing my 'research' well before I was sexually active and I always say that a lot of what I learned about sex was from porn. My assumption was that if those girls were doing it, then I should do it too. That enthusiastic attitude really opened the door to my dirty side. To me, anal, ass licking, threesomes, girl on girl, and cum-play seemed like the most natural thing in the world and were things that I believed 'everyone did' so I never questioned whether I would or should indulge. I've never had any anxieties about pushing my boundaries or being adventurous and uninhibited thanks to the 'training ground' the porn industry provided during my "impressionable" years. :)

Q. What's the kinkiest thing you have ever done?

I suppose it would be my 'double penetration threesome' because of how sexually inexperienced I was when I did this. These were also my second and third sexual partners ever. I had been casually involved with a guy over a summer when I was in university and the other guy was a friend of his that I'd just met that night. Really he turned out to be more of a prop for the entire experience as far as I was concerned. It was unexpected for me, although I think the guys had the idea in mind before I showed up at the bar. It was a humid august night and there were a few rounds of tequila while we were talking about sex in general. They broached the idea with me, and I found myself excited by the thought of it. After all, it's not something that happens everyday, and I'm picky about my sex partners and my sexual experiences. The vibe has to feel right. The next thing I knew I had agreed, and we found a hotel room together. It was definitely an intense experience. The 'friend' was so nervous I could see he was almost shaking before we started. I was amazingly sexually confident for someone as inexperienced as I was (not sure where I got that from), and things just seemed to happen very naturally. Because I had no anxieties about 'what ifs' and I hadn't thought things ahead too far, the double penetration just happened without me really questioning whether I'd be comfortable with it or not. I just wanted it in that moment. As it turned out it was a great experience and definitely something I'm glad that I got to enjoy.

Q. Do you have any fantasies that you would like to fulfill?

Yes, I'd like to explore my dominant side more and fuck a guy with a strap-on. I love anal play, so this would be a natural step for me, and as we all know the prostate orgasm is an exceptional experience for a man. I have a story in the works that will play with this fantasy.

Q. What is a major turn on for you during sex?

Dirty talk. The dirtier the better in my opinion. Surprisingly, I have found in my experience that good dirty talk is more of a rarity with guys. In the past it seems that I have been the one doing all the talking. I get very filthy minded, particularly during anal, and if I'm the only one communicating it can spoil the mood for me. In these cases, I end up censoring myself and relying more on the traditional non-verbal moans because I obviously don't want to scare or intimidate the guy. The reality though is that to me, great sex involves the physical and the verbal. There is nothing hotter than dirty talk and eye contact when you're in the midst of great fucking. A lot of people claim they like it, but they don't seem uninhibited enough to actually do it. And then there are those that think they are talking dirty but end up making it so vague and elementary that to me it's like the equivalent of whip cream and strawberries. It's better than nothing, but I need a little depth and edge and creativity. And yes, I know I probably sound incredibly demanding right now. I actually think I might have to blame DamonX for completely spoiling me with incredibly hot and intense dirty talk. He's the only one that has ever heard me completely raw and uncensored.

Q. How about a major turn off?

Hmm... That question can be interpreted in a lot of ways, and I can give a lot of answers, but if we're talking about your basic sexual experience, then I guess it would have to be bad technique. There is this move that a lot of guys have learned from porn when it comes to fingering a woman which involves two ram-rod stiff fingers repeatedly stabbing into a woman's pussy at warp speed. This does not feel good. There is a natural curve that a lot of guys don't pay attention to, and there is that sweet g-spot that you will completely miss with this technique. I'm amazed at how little many guys know about fingering and how eager they are to do it regardless. So that technique (which often results in me squirming to get away from the assault) is a total turn-off for the rest of the experience.

A second example is a bad kisser. I consider myself a bit of a kissing connoisseur and regularly get compliments so it's something that can either soak my panties or create that ominous "oh no" bubble in my head that has sometimes turned me off enough that I didn't want to have sex with that person at all. I remember my first kiss and it was terrible. It was in a dark parking lot after going to the movies with this sweet guy and I was so young and excited to experience the big 'first kiss'. Unfortunately as soon as our lips met, he basically choked me with his tongue, which literally just filled my entire mouth. It was definitely not the memorable and erotic experience I had imagined kissing would be. So since then, I've had both the good and the bad, and let's just say that a kiss is definitely correlated to how good the sex will be. If it's a bad one (too wet, too sloppy, not enough tongue, or conversely too much tongue), it can definitely be a major turn off early on.

Q: How do you feel about same sex relationships, both personally and as a writer?

I am definitely an advocate. My city has a large Gay Pride Parade every summer, and I am always there celebrating with the wonderful community of gays and lesbians. I have a lot of friends and associates both professionally (in the arts) as well as personally and have always felt that love and sexual attraction is the same, whether it's between a hetero couple or a same sex couple.

Personally speaking, I have had sexual experiences with women and have always found a woman's body very much a turn on, but I lean far more to being straight. Despite all the frustrations and complications that come with dating, mating and relating to testosterone-fuelled men, there's something about having a man pick you up and throw you onto the bed, up against the wall, or bent over at the waist and dominating your physical reactions to him that is such a turn on, and very much factors into a lot of my fantasies.

Q. Do you explore these feelings, positive and negative in your stories?

I definitely tend to explore more of the positives and the turn-ons in my stories because to me, they will always be fantasies. They are designed to get me wet and excited, and if they do the same for readers, then I've achieved my goals. I kind of see my stories as creating a mood... there's the foreplay of the storyline and the build up and then there's the explosive sex that hits the peak of the story, and the afterglow is the conclusion. I don't like to interrupt the mood with talking about bad sex techniques or things that are turning my characters off, unless it's critical to the plot. Because my stories often involve some cheating, there is occasionally some referencing of the short-comings of the boyfriend being cheated on or the way that relationship is lacking that might be the root of wanting to stray, but in terms of the way the actual sex between my main characters happens... it's almost always a fantasized version of the way I'd want things to happen, or in some cases the way they actually did happen in real life.

Q. How long does it take for you to write a story? Could you talk us through the process?

I'm not the type to decide I want to write a story and then brainstorm an idea. For me, I end up with an idea or a fantasy and then realize that it would make a great story that needs to be written. The ideas are often daydreams, or drawn (partially) from real life experiences, or they might be fantasies of my own, or fantasies I've shared and role-played with someone else. I always sketch out the plotline from beginning to end. I know where I want to drive the story, so I'm never writing and then wondering how to end something. If I'm really inspired and motivated, I can finish a story within three days. For others, it takes longer, and I may lose focus and then come back to it weeks or months later. I always have stories and ideas that are waiting in the wings to be brought to life when I have the time to write.

Q. What do you think is the best story you have published here?

I think The Cabo Connection has a special place in my heart and it's been my most popular story across all the sites that I post on. I think it has an original premise and a fun twist and I have always been a big fan of vacation stories. Something about sunshine, bikinis, and hot sweaty sex that always goes well together. I'm proud of the character development and dialogue in this piece and I think it's a very entertaining read, as well as being incredibly sexy and dirty. It fulfills all the important features that I think a good erotica story should have. Of course, the fact that it features another very well known and talented writer (DamonX) probably doesn't hurt either. I loved writing this story because it was definitely more personal to me than some of my other ones.

Q. Is there anything else you would like to say to the readers of this interview and your fans? Now is your chance...

I just wanted to take a moment to thank the people that have taken the time not only to read this interview, but also to follow me as an author and enjoy my stories. I would be lying if I said that I only write 'for myself' and I don't care whether other people read my work or like what I produce. When I first started writing erotica, I was amazed by the sheer volume of reads/views, feedback (and orgasms!) that I had inspired with something that came out of my own deviant little brain. I'm always thankful to the people that take the time to comment on my work and I always try to respond to every message that I receive. It actually does a lot to motivate me to keep writing, so thanks for letting me entertain you and arouse you at the same time.

Q. Finally, do you have a website or a blog, where your fans can visit and maybe learn more about you?

I don't have a formal website or blog yet, but I'm working on it!

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