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WHAT’S NEW

The Falling Hard Passionate Ink 2021 Anthology released September 30. Get your copy and support Pro-Literacy. 

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What is Passionate Ink?

We’re an online special interest 501(c)(6) non-profit organization for erotic fiction authors incorporated in Texas, supporting all erotic fiction genres (such as erotic romance). Our goal is to promote erotic fiction through education and to encourage good will and respect for all erotic fiction writers, regardless of the genre in which they write. This is the place for erotic fiction writers to be heard, understood, educated, supported, and encouraged. Learn more

What we do

What is “Erotic Fiction”?

The goal of erotic fiction is first and foremost to deliver a well-crafted story. Erotic fiction may contain or reflect multiple genres and themes (ie: historical, paranormal, LGBTQ, BDSM culture, polyamory, contemporary, romance); however, for erotic fiction, the erotic element is the *primary* defining genre of the work. Learn more

Featured Post

10 Things I Wish I’d Known When I Started My Writing Career

The following list and comments were taken from the October 10 Author Talk. These informal gatherings cover topics of interest to the Passionate Ink membership and are open to all members.October Author Chat

  1. Writing craft is important and there are books and communities of writers who can help you improve. Initially, learning craft is a far better way to spend your time than learning to market.
  2. Fiction writing uses different skills than journalism, non-fiction, or academic writing. Even if you have a degree in creative writing, there is a learning curve because colleges don’t teach genre fiction.
  3. Listen to your writing. Read it out loud, have another person read it to you, or use Siri or other built-in voices. You will find errors you wouldn’t otherwise.