FSS WRITERS AND POETS UP CLOSE

September 10, 2014 (2 years ago)
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FSS WRITERS AND POETS UP CLOSEHello FSS guys and gals!

We take pleasure reading an erotic story.

We feel delighted reading a poetry.

When we read an erotica, we just can't get enough of the story and the characters especially if they touched us on so many levels.

Their well-written sex scenes arouses us...it makes us horny :)

For us men, we feel the sudden stiffness down there, burning with perverse sensation from our awakened debaucherous desire.

As for the ladies? It's like their phoenix of lustful desire emerges from the ashes of excitement. Their pulsating stream of emotions were like raging waters of lust they can't help but paused for a while as they gasp, "Oh my GUSH"...Literally! ;)

It's our gulity pleasure of reading a fap-worthy story that's truly an eye-candy for our libidinous soul.

It made us wonder if the author is a sex goddess, or the grand duke of sexuality.

A poetry so powerful its words were of timeless beauty. Its sonnets so enigmatic its like the Monalisa of literature and whoever wrote it must be a reincarnation of Da Vinci---rebirth as a poet. As if the poet mastered the palettes of words to express their perfection.

They're an artist of life. Their poetries a masterpiece of emotions.

Truth be told. We want to read more from these literary excellence from the masters that created it.

Today, we're going to unleash the Kraken of knowledge these authors would share to us.

A Pandora's box, but with the purpose to inspire young literary talents. These authors are undeniably masters of their craft, yet their humility equates to that distinction.

Let's get to know more of these Da Vincis, Joan of Arcs of poetry and the Don Juans, Aphrodites of erotica.

A set of 20 questions were given to them. I'm sure as you see their names below you'll find that you're very familiar with these authors. Some of them are institutions already, some are new breeds---yet they all possess the same benevolence and humility.

LO AND BEHOLD!...THE FINEST WRITERS AND POETS OF FSS!

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Author: Anino

Literary works: Aling Liza, Cold Case, Fantasy Fulfilled, Davao, My Sales Rep, Phil the Plumber!

Q: Describe yourself
A: Sleepy head.

Q: What genre is your favorite to write?
A: I jumped from genre-to-genre, but my favorite genre is about cheating like the first series I wrote "Aling Liza".

Q: When did you first realize you want to be a writer?
A: I have to admit I like watching porn, but the thing about porn nowadays is that there are no more stories only sex, so instead of searching and hoping to find something I like, sinulat ko nalang.

Q: Do you write full-time or part-time?
A: I can't say either dahil paggumagana ang imahinasyon ko magsusulat ako the whole day pero pagtinamad o pagod sa work walang chapter ma tapos kahit isang linggo di ako magpost.

Q:Where do your ideas come from?
A:Kahit saan, minsan pagnakikinig ako ng music o me makita akong commercial sa tv na tingin ko pwedeng gawing kwento (hehehe weird lang).

Q:What is the most challenging story you ever written?
A:Yung latest story na sinulat ko ngayon "Harapin ang Liwanag" sci-fi/supernatural kasi ang genre niya and ngayon lang ako nakapagsulat ng ganyang kwento. To think yung first draft ng kwento nasimulan ko yan last October of last year at hanggang ngayon di ko pa natapos hahaha.

Q: Do you ever get writer's block?
A: Yes, specially kung pagod sa trabaho.

Q:What is the hardest thing about writing a story?
A:Keeping the plot, me mga nabasa din kasi akong mga kwento na nawawala na sa mismong plot ang kwento nila kaya as much as possible pinapanatili ko talaga ang original plot ng mga stories ko.

Q:What is the easiest thing about writing?
A:Kung puno ka ng ideas, me plot kana at characters.

Q:How long on average does it take you to write a story?
A: It depends, no timeline.

Q:Any tips on overcoming writer's block?
A:Sleep! It helps.

Q: What story are you working on right now?
A: I am still working on "Harapin ang Liwanag" and started working on the final series of "Carnal Book III" and after that probably end the "Aling Liza" series too.

Q: What's the most amusing experience you had in writing a story?
A: Fun of sharing your lust and imagination.

Q:Are some of your stories about your own personal experience?
A:Some of them are but I don't usually share my sex life but as much as I can I share some few details about my experience.

Q: Any tips on writing do's and dont's?
A: Write something that your readers can relate either a True Story of Fiction and do not write stories regarding raping a minor or using a minor as an object of your lust. Kaya di ko na tinapos ang "Angel Story". Read the rules I guess will help.

Q: What is your favorite motto that applies to your writings?
A:Keep your mind open and use your imagination.

Q:What do you think makes a good story?
A: When your readers starts talking about it, do their own predictions and blown away by the story's plot and twists.

Q:Which character you made is your favorite? Why?
A: Of all? That would be "Chello" from "Carnal Series", at first minor lang talaga ang papel niya sa kwento, boss ng bida na magbibigay pahirap sa kanya but after writing their sex scene it made me realize na me malaking potential siya sa kwento. Kaya instead na minor role lang ang ibibigay ko sa kanya siya ang ginawa kong leading lady sa kwentong yun and it turned out great dahil maraming readers ang nagkakagusto sa kanya dahil sa attitude at style ng character niya.

Q: Do you have any suggestions to aspiring/new writers become better writer? If so, what are they?
A: TYPO! hahaha read your stories before posting it, tamad ako magbasa kaya kung ano ang isinulat ko yun na talaga yun hahahaha. Maintain your plot, keep track on your characters and keep your stories clean.

Q: What advice would you give to aspiring writers?
A: Keep your mind open, think of a possible scenarios that would work on your story and don't forget to use your imagination. Read on!

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Author: artistbyte

Literary works: Alyssa en Eddy: Office Surprise, Ameera: Dalagang Arabyana, Birthday Gift, Butas ng Ligaya, Double ride, Huling Palabas, Init ng Laman, Kudkuran, Mangingisda, and many more....

Q: Describe yourself
A: Artist by nature, amateur writer, I chat only when I feel the sense of it, my comments are priceless ;) I can still count how many comments I did with my fingers.

Q: What genre is your favorite to write?
A: Cheating Wife, Caught Wife, Incest and as per my mood to write

Q: When did you first realize you want to be a writer?
A: Its just a past time to me, Its only 2 years back when I start to write.

Q:Do you write full-time or part-time?
A: Whenever I'm free or inspired to write

Q: Where do your ideas come from?
A: It's everywhere from the things I see and my imagination.

Q: What is the most challenging story you ever written?
A:A Mangingisda. I just started by staring on painting hanging on the wall. Its like a common coastline in Philipiines its very nature with a boat and fisherman in it, then transformed the idea in it.

Q: Do you ever get writer's block?
A: Yes I do, I still have it now... or its just I don't have time to write as of now?

Q: What is the hardest thing about writing a story?
A: The hardest thing is to stay on the plot, specially on the long one... how you connect the characters in it

Q:What is the easiest thing about writing?
A: When you really inspired you can write in a zap.

Q: How long on average does it take you to write a story?
A:A As one part because most my stories is with part 2 to 3 hours and depends on the mood.

Q: Any tips on overcoming writer's block?
A: hmmmmmm... I dont think you can overcome that even professional writers having that

Q: What story are you working on right now?
A: :D Grrr... I have lot of pending stories (It will be continued soon)

Q: What's the most amusing experience you had in writing a story?
A: Its true sometimes you need to vocalized the sex scene the moan and everything... the other thing while writing the instense scenario you're getting hard on and wet :D

Q: Are some of your stories about your own personal experience?
A:A Most of my stories right now are fictional... I have'nt write my true stories soon I will be.

Q: Any tips on writing do's and dont's?
A: Do's? attached yourself on your stories feel that your the one in there... Dont's? stopped when your not in mood to write, dont write for the sake of finishing it.

Q: What is your favorite motto that applies to your writings?
A: "Never give up..." & "Anyone who says they enjoy writing is not trying hard enough."

Q: What do you think makes a good story?
A: Simple with moral lesson on the ending not just sex stories.

Q: Which character you made is your favorite? Why?
A: hmmmmm "Ameera ang Dalagang Arabyana" its inspired with my gorgeous lady boss... so hot, chubby with shape ohhlalalaa ggrrrr... lolz

Q: Do you have any suggestions to aspiring/new writers become better writer? If so, what are they?
A: Same thing never give up... Soon you can catch the trade wind of writings.

Q:What advice would you give to aspiring writers?
A: Continue your hardwork were not being paid but we know for a fact that were giving quality time to those who are in needs "you know" ;)

More Power to all FSS writers kudos to you all...

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Author: Bebeko

Literary works: Ang Clerk ko, Ang Siwang, Bawal na Pagmamahal, Bukas na Bintana, Si Marta, Si Mrs. Lani, Uhaw sa Tag-init, Pantasya ko sa MILF, Nasirang Pangako,... and many more

Q: Describe yourself
A: Risk taker.

Q:What genre is your favorite to write?
A: Erotic, historical and anything with something to learn about.

Q: When did you first realize you want to be a writer?
A: There is always this urge to write but only happened few years ago.

Q:Do you write full-time or part-time?
A: Depends on the mood.

Q:Where do your ideas come from?
A: From life's situations.

Q:What is the most challenging story you ever written?
A: The Ang Siwang series was challenging because for every chapter you have to make the readers arouse and follow the flow of the story at the same time.

Q:Do you ever get writer's block?
A:I get writer's mood. Not wanting to write at all.

Q:What is the hardest thing about writing a story?
A: a.If you have too many characters and can't connect it with each other flawlessly.

b. Finding the story's loopholes before submission.

c. Making it short but complete.

Q:What is the easiest thing about writing?
A:If you're in the mood to write everything gets easier.

Q:How long on average does it take you to write a story?
A: For a short story I can finish it in an hour or so. The finishing touches make it longer like grammar, spelling, punctuations etc.., to make it readable.

Q: Any tips on overcoming writer's block?
A: Just stop writing and do something else. It will come back eventually.

Q:What story are you working on right now?
A: None. I have few unfinished stories and remain unfinished as of this writing.

Q: What's the most amusing experience you had in writing a story?
A: Dreaming of it.

Q: Are some of your stories about your own personal experience?
A: Yes. To effectively write it you should experience part of it in my view.

Q: Any tips on writing do's and dont's?
A: If you want to publish your writings make sure that you are already convinced that it's your masterpiece.

Q: What is your favorite motto that applies to your writings?
A: Be the first to be happy when writing a story.

Q: What do you think makes a good story?
A: A good story should be easy to read and original.

Q:Which character you made is your favorite? Why?
A: No favorite character.

Q: Do you have any suggestions to aspiring/new writers become better writer? If so, what are they?
A: To become a better writer, one must read other writer's stories and try to feel that story.

Q: What advice would you give to aspiring writers?
A: Accept criticisms objectively.

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Author: BellaVictoria

Literary works: Noon, Ngayon at Bukas, Stories of a Party Animal: Body Shots, Stories of a Party Animal: Crystal Trash Party, The Final Decision 1 to 3, Too Late to Apologize, and more to come...

Q: Describe yourself.
A: Straightforward; Stubborn; 50% Introvert, 30% Extrovert and 20% Cannot be bothered; Camwhore; Foodie; Amature Photographer and Shopping Addict Bitch.

Q: What genre is your favorite to write?
A: Cheating wife/ husband / boyfriend / girlfriend ; One Night Stand, and for blogs - mostly slice of life.

Q: When did you first realize you want to be a writer?
A: Dahil 50% introvert ako, highschool pa lang bestfriends na kami ni Diary. I have lots of scrapbooks din with short snippets ng stories (noong hindi pa masyado uso ang blog). At dahil hindi uso ang text at chat noon, linggo - linggo kaming nagpapalitan ng bestfriend ko ng sulat dahil magkaiba kami ng school. Then nag-college na, and so naging busy sa studies at sa life. Some 10 years ago, nag-umpisa akong mag blog (na kaya hindi ko naitutuloy ay dahil nalilimutan ko ang password ng account ko) then I started writing Erotica mga 6 years ago.

Q: Do you write full-time or part-time?
A: Past time lang, not even part time. :D

Q: Where do your ideas come from?
A: From random thoughts. Minsan magigising ako na instead magmumog at maghilamos, uunahin ko magsulat just because may biglang pumasok sa isip ko.

Q: What is the most challenging story you ever written?
A: Wala pa naman so far, ang challenge ko lang is yung momentum to write another story.

Q: Do you ever get writer's block?
A: Yup. most of the time.

Q: What is the hardest thing about writing a story?
A: Yung masyado kang nasanay sa characters sa previous story mo and sa next story na sinusulat ko, mami-mix ko yung characters and the readers would be like "Sino si <insert characeter name here> ?"

Q: What is the easiest thing about writing?
A: Pag fired up ka ng ideas, dapat isulat mo na. Palagi akong may dala na journal para isulat lahat ng random thoughts ko, pero pag worst case scenario -- save kaagad sa notes ng phone para hindi mawala yung ideas mo.

Q: How long on average does it take you to write a story?
A: 1 to 2 hours sa writing part, another 1 - 2 hours sa pagcheck. Although minsan, I must admit may mga wrong grammars ako lalo na pag sa notepad sa phone ko lang naumpisahan isulat at tamad na ilipat sa Word.

Q: Any tips on overcoming writer's block?
A: Stop writing ang do something else. In due time babalik ulit ang momentum mo sa pagsulat. Huwag mo rin i-try na sundan yung next chapter ng series kung hindi mo pa talaga kayang isulat yung kasunod. Try to break the monotony by writing other story and saka mo balikan yung hindi mo natapos.

Q: What story are you working on right now?
A: None so far. I need to finish the "The Final Decision" series pero hindi pa connected yung characters sa gusto ko mangyari sa kwento. Bahala na muna.

Q: What's the most amusing experience you had in writing a story?
A:Yung sobrang hot ng naisulat mo na aabutin ka ng libog tapos it's either mapapa "love yourself" ka or mare-rape mo yung katabi mong natutulog na.

Q: Are some of your stories about your own personal experience?
A: My story plots are fiction by context, but yung "action" scenes are hango sa tunay na buhay. Sa blogs naman are a based on experience, my own POV and some random blahs.

Q: What is your favorite motto that applies to your writings?
A: Just do it, bitch.

Q: What do you think makes a good story?
A: Realistic and dapat connected yung readers mo sa flow ng story. Yung dapat nakakarelate sila sa emotions na gusto mo i-convey sa kanila. Yung tipong masasabi nila na "nakaka-relate ako sa blog / story mo"

Q: Which character you made is your favorite? Why?
A: Si Andrea kasi sya ay responsableng malibog at si Ishy kasi siya ay independent na malibog.

Q: Do you have any suggestions to aspiring/new writers become better writer? If so, what are they?
A: Keep writing and keep 'em cumming.

Q: What advice would you give to aspiring writers?
A: Just do it. NOW.

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Author: BertingLabra

Literary works: Edda~Matinding Pagnanasa, Edda~Isang Pagkakataon, Edda~Nakipaglaro sa Apoy, Lori~Hamon ng Tukso, Mapanuksong Pang aakit, Ang Pagtikim

Q: Describe yourself.
A: 32, M, Rizal. May anak at asawa. Simpleng tao pero may kakaibang imahinasyon. Sa umaga, isa akong Team Manager sa isang BPO company sa Taguig. Sa gabi, isang amateur writer. Madaming plano sa buhay at isa na ito sa mga unti-unting natutupad - ang maibahagi ang aking mga naiisip na istorya.

Q: What genre is your favorite to write?
A: Kahit ano - huwag lang incest. Hindi ko ito kayang basahin.

Q: When did you first realize you want to be a writer?
A: Matagal na po. Wala lang nagtutulak sa akin noong una. Pero dahil na-inspired ako sa mga nababasa ko dito FSS, sinubukan ko na din. Ok naman pala.

Q: Do you write full-time or part-time?
A: Part-time lang po. Tulad ng sinabi ko, may day-time job po ako.

Q: Where do your ideas come from?
A: Kadalasan sa utak. Minsan sa porno. Aminin natin, madami kang maiisip kapag nanood ka ng porno. ;)

Q: What is the most challenging story you ever written?
A: Ang mag-isip ng mga salitang hindi dapat paulit-ulit.

Q: Do you ever get writer's block?
A: Opo. Madalas kapag madami kang naiisip pero hindi mo maisulat. Ewan ko ba kung bakit ganoon.

Q: What is the hardest thing about writing a story?
A: Ang panimula. Mahirap magpakilala ng karakter, lalo na kung hindi mo na-experience ang buhay nito. Pero kapag simula na ng maiinit na scenes ay madali na lang dugtungan ang kwento.

Q: What is the easiest thing about writing?
A: Ang sex scenes. Para sa akin, iyon ang pinakamadali.

Q: How long on average does it take you to write a story?
A: Madalas po, dalawang oras - kasama na ang editing. Pero kapag wala ako sa mood, inaabot ako ng limang oras.

Q: Any tips on overcoming writer's block?
A: Tumigil muna. Humiga at magmuni-muni. Makakatulong din ang pagbabasa ng ibang kwento.

Q: What story are you working on right now?
A: Istoyra ni Claire - ang ina ni Lori na may makulay na istorya.

Q: What's the most amusing experience you had in writing a story?
A: Kapag may naalala ka na tumutugma sa sinusulat mo.

Q: Are some of your stories about your own personal experience?
A: Hindi po.

Q: What is your favorite motto that applies to your writings?
A: "Paligayahin ang sarili."

Q: What do you think makes a good story?
A: Depende po iyan sa nagbabasa. Pero para sa akin, dapat malakas ang dating ng "excitement" bago ang mismong banatan.

Q: Which character you made is your favorite? Why?
A: Sa ngayon, si Lori. Gusto ko ang mapaglandi niyang ugali.

Q: Do you have any suggestions to aspiring/new writers become better writer? If so, what are they?
A: Tanggapin kung ano man ang maaring sabihing negatibo ng iyong mga mambabasa. Parte po ito ng pagsusulat. Hindi niyo po "You can't please everyone" - ika nga.

Q: What advice would you give to aspiring writers?
A: Mas ok pong magsulat kapag ikaw ay nakakaramdam ng konting libog. Mas maraming kang maiisip. ;)

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Author: BigBadBoy

Literary works: Ninong, Kabit, Anghel sa Lupa, Kalabaw Lang Ang Tumatanda, Kapos na Pag ibig, Liham ng Isang Tatay sa Kanyang Unica Hija, Silip sa Kolehiyo, Tanginang Pag ibig Yan, Reunion, and more to come.

Q: Describe yourself.
A: Oh akala nyo si Richard Gomez noh? Nagkakamali kayo! Di hamak na mas cute ako dun, dahil mas hawig ko si Jimmy Santos at si Balot! Ako nga pala ang mister pogi ng Daang Bakal na naniniwala sa kasabihang, "Walang panget panget sa titing galet at walang pinsan pinsan sa titing tulisan!" I thank you!

Q: What genre is your favorite to write?
A: Humor writer ako, minsan kahit pilitin kong magsulat ng seryoso at nakaka arouse, lumalabas na comedy pa rin.

Q: When did you first realize you want to be a writer?
A: I rea... I re... I realize that... Anu ba yan, english lahat ng tanong, wait lang, punasan ko muna dugo sa ilong ko. O game na, Bata pa ko nung nagkaroon ako ng kapitbahay sa isang manunulat din, laki kasi ng suso nun eh kaya lagi kong binobosohan, kaya sabi ko balang araw magsusulat din ako at pasisikatin ko sya. Mga 2 years old ako nun

Q: Do you write full-time or part-time?
A: Naku part time lang, mahirap magsulat ng fulltime wala akong maipapakain sa mga pamilya ko, and dami pa naman nila.

Q: Where do your ideas come from?
A: Ideas? Sa araw araw na nakikita ko, yung experience ko sa lugar namin sa Daang Bakal. Tumambay ka lang ng 2 oras sa tindahan or sa tapat ng kapilya, ang dami ng ideas na maiisip.

Q: What is the most challenging story you ever written?
A: Challenging yung isang storya na hindi ko natapos yung Silip sa Kolehiyo, medyo masalimuot kasi at masyadong seryoso. Hindi ko talaga forte ang erotic na seryoso eh.

Q: Do you ever get writer's block?
A: Ay oo naman writer's block, hollowblock, meron din tayong blockbuster kung gusto mo, meron din ako dito blockboard at blockunderarm (ay black pala yun dalawa).

Seriously speaking oo, me mga sinulat ako na hindi ko alam papaano tatapusin talaga.

Q: What is the hardest thing about writing a story?
A: Kung papaano tatapusin na smooth ang transition, yung pag-organize ng thoughts, at yung flow ng salita.

Q: What is the easiest thing about writing?
A: Ah yung sumulat ng title. Sisiw na sisiw to. hahahaha

Q: How long on average does it take you to write a story?
A: Depende sa mood, me mga kwento ko isang upuan ko lang ginagawa lalo na pag inspired at perspired. Me mga kwento ko na halos ilang buwan ng walang galawan. Mukhang naiputan na ng ibong adarna dahil naging bato na.

Q: Any tips on overcoming writer's block?
A: Tips, naku mahirap to, pero as a humor writer, madalas ginagawa ko nanonood ako ng mga comedy show sa youtube at nagbabasa ng mga old school na jokes then nirerecycle ko na lang.

Q: What story are you working on right now?
A: Si Ninong at ang kanyang Dragon Bold Z, medyo mahaba haba pa ang series na to.

Q: What's the most amusing experience you had in writing a story?
A: Yun bang me mga makikila kang mga bagong tao na magagaling din magsulat tas maappreciate nila yung sinulat mo. Kakakilig yun eh. hahaha!

Q: Are some of your stories about your own personal experience?
A: yung iba oo, pero di ko na sabihin kung alin dun baka maeskandalo pa tayo. hahahah! :D

Q: What is your favorite motto that applies to your writings?
A: Write to express not to impress. Natutunan ko to sa isang manunulat din dito, na if you need to impress, impress yourself not the readers.

Q: What do you think makes a good story?
A: Sabi nung isang writer, pag naramdaman mo ang sinulat mo, (naiyak ka, natawa, naarouse) tiyak ganun din mararamdaman ng mambabasa mo. Sa akin basta smooth yung flow at madaling namnamin yung mga salita, magandang storya na yun.

Q: Which character you made is your favorite? Why?
A: Ah si Ninong, nakikita ko sarili ko sa kanya pag tumanda ako

Q: Do you have any suggestions to aspiring/new writers become better writer? If so, what are they?
A: Basahin muna ng mga 10 ulit ang sinulat bago ipost. Pag me tunog na mali sa binasa, tiyak mali talaga yun, i-reword mo na agad. Wag ka muna magsariling sikap habang nagsusulat, usually mamamali ang spelling mo. At kung ano ano ang maita-type mo sa keyboarddd.dsdjdsjdogtjsosrrtrou4994wjwp

Q: What advice would you give to aspiring writers?
A: Sulat ka lang nang sulat, mahahasa ka rin, wag kang magtatampo pag me pumuna sa sinulat mo na hindi maganda. Improve mo lang sarili mo, at wag kang gahaman sa comments at number of reads.

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Author: Daffodil

Literary works: Friends with Benefits, Laglag, Maskara, Love after love,...and many more

Q: Describe yourself
A: Awkward. Wanderlust.

Q: What genre is your favorite to write?
A: Love stories. Hopeless romantic eh :)

Q: When did you first realize you want to be a writer?
A: Pre-school pinangarap ko nang maging rayter at doctor. Na eventually, ni isa sa dalawang pangarap na iyon eh, walang nagkatotoo.

Q: Do you write full-time or part-time?
A: Full-time na part-time. Or part-time na full-time. Walang pinipiling oras ang pasok ng ideas.

Q: Where do your ideas come from?
A: I get my ideas from everyone, and almost everything.

Q: What is the most challenging story you ever written?
A: A "Labstori para kay B." Hindi ko magawang tapusin. Mahirap isulat ang sariling story. Aun na un!

Q: Do you ever get writer's block?
A: Oo!!!

Q: What is the hardest thing about writing a story?
A: You have to stop whatever you are doing, para lang isulat 'ung mga ideas.

Q: What is the easiest thing about writing?
A: When you already have the concept, everything follows. Madali na lang flow ng words once found 'ung 'rhythm' mo.

Q: How long on average does it take you to write a story?
A: Poems, hour. Stories, 3 days. Sex stories, one month :D

Q: Any tips on overcoming writer's block?
A: Wala! Penge ako ng tips. Nangangailangan din ako :D

Q:What story are you working on right now?
A: "Labstori para kay B".

Q: What's the most amusing experience you had in writing a story?
A: Hihingi ng madaming tissue sa resto or cafe, then dun isusulat ang story bago itipa sa kompyuter

Q: Are some of your stories about your own personal experience?
A: Mostly

Q: Any tips on writing do's and dont's?
A: Never plagiarize someone else's work, no matter how tempted you are, dahil na rin sa frustration sa writer's block. Lahat tayo, dumarating sa puntong yan.

Q: What is your favorite motto that applies to your writings?
A: "The story is already there, inside you. You can't make it, you can only bring it out"

Q: What do you think makes a good story?
A: Puso.

Q: Which character you made is your favorite? Why?
A: Jorg, a mother of a 5-year-old boy. The story's about skinny love.

Q: Do you have any suggestions to aspiring/new writers become better writer? If so, what are they?
A: You have to dream while you are awake.

Q: What advice would you give to aspiring writers?
A: "Good style happens in one of two ways: the writer either has an inborn talent or is willing to work herself to death to get it."

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Author: darkangel1311

Literary works: Mapaglarong Kapalaran, Syota ng Iba, and more to come...

Q: Describe yourself.
A: maginative

Q: What genre is your favorite to write?
A: Romance. My second favorite is supernatural although I don't have one yet but I'm planning to write that kind.

Q: When did you first realize you want to be a writer?
A: When I joined FSS

Q: Do you write full-time or part-time?
A: Part-time if not busy

Q: Where do your ideas come from?
A: Imagination

Q; What is the most challenging story you ever written?
A: Mapaglarong Kapalaran series

Q: Do you ever get writer's block?
A: No

Q: What is the hardest thing about writing a story?
A: Composition of words and how make the story look like a story.

Q: What is the easiest thing about writing?
A: The story automatically flows when I start doing it. May imagination continues to provide ideas on how the stiory goes.

Q: How long on average does it take you to write a story?
A: 2-3 hours if non-stop

Q: Any tips on overcoming writer's block?
A: None

Q: What story are you working on right now?
A: Syota ng Iba

Q: What's the most amusing experience you had in writing a story?
A: Reading comments of others specially their compliments

Q: Are some of your stories about your own personal experience?
A: Yes

Q: What is your favorite motto that applies to your writings?
A: Make the readers read and follow your story makes you a real author

Q: What do you think makes a good story?
A: Timely, intriguing, and with suspense

Q: Which character you made is your favorite? Why?
A: Nick, I got his appearance from myself

Q: Do you have any suggestions to aspiring/new writers become better writer? If so, what are they?
A: If you are happy writing, then continue, use comments to make you better..making readers connected to your story is like performing on a stage with a warm of applause.

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Author: Darkcipher

Literary works: Anino, Bu.lag., Dila(iamcarla), Layo, Maverick, Patak, Roxette, Samahan mo ako

Q: Describe yourself
A: I'm a life long learner.

Q:What genre is your favorite to write?
A: with poems, i love writing almost anythng except "love"

Q: When did you first realize you want to be a writer/poet?
A: as a poet, first year high school. As a writer of stories, after getting immersed with the lates Stephen J. Cannel and Donald E. Westlake (aka Richard Stark). ive started two stories but got stuck.

Q: Do you write full-time or part-time?
A: part time. but i also do a write up about basketball in MyPBA.ph

Q: Where do your ideas come from?
A: As a poet, from almost anythng. i also use a person's name in writing (see Xette).
As a writer, from DEW, i love the heist and caper genre.
Q: What is the most challenging story/poem you ever written?
A: the story, is the one im working on now.
As for the poem, not much. i enjoy everytime i write one.

Q: Do you ever get writer's block?
A: got one now

Q:What is the hardest thing about writing a story/poem?
A: In poetry, its about the rhymes.
In story, the thought of doin it right the first time.

Q: What is the easiset thing about writing?
A: you just need a pen and paper

Q: How long on average does it take you to write a story/poem?
A: Generally, it depends on what the theme of the poem is.
I can write in about 30mins if i got a good feel

Q: Any tips on overcoming writer's block?
A: as Stephen J Cannell said in a youtube vid, there could be no writers block if you plan ahead your story. (if i didnt mixed that up)

Q:What story are you working on right now?
A: I'm writing a short story regarding an employee wanting to get a revenge on her supervisor, and how a master thief would convince her not to.

Q: What's the most amusing experience you had in writing a story/poem?
A: whenever a poem touched a person's heart in some way.

Q:Are some of your stories/poem about your own personal experience?
A: nope

Q: Any tips on writing do's and dont's?
A: like what Mr. Forrester said in the movie Finding Forrester, first write with ur heart. and during checking u do it with ur brain. (didnt do it much though)

Q: What is your favorite motto that applies to your writings?
A: As my fave prof said, "we do not read and write poetry bcoz its cute, we read and write poetry bcoz we are part of the human race." john Keating, Dead Poet Society

Q: What do you think makes a good story/poem?
A: when u get somethng out of it

Q: Which character you made is your favorite?
A: I'm workng on him. Why?he wil be my first

Q: Do you have any suggestions to aspiring/new writers/poets become better writer/poet? If so, what are they?
A: read,read,read. then write, write,write.

Q: What advice would you give to aspiring writers/poets?
A: Find ur niche. even if u like a certain author, u cant, at most times, imitate him or her. be urself. i for one, likes Frost and Poe. but i write differently.

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Author: emilia_jane

Literary works: I Loved You, ganitong malamig, looking back, To Love Without Holding, Tryst,...and many more.

Q: Describe yourself
A: (naks parang slumnote hahaha) - aktibista, feminista, academic, life traveler. Funny, i teach pero extrovert ako, relaxed and comfortable being alone; a bitch, loves coffee, sunsets, tulips, the written word.

Q: What genre is your favorite to write?
A: mostly poems on love, life, women and then articles about women's issues, orgasm, life

Q: When did you realize you want to be a writer/poet?
A: I wrote my first poem at 13, borrowed ang title but the content was purely mine. I have a daily journal which i started when i was 17. Writing has been and will always be my outlet, my expression.

Q: Do you write full time or part time?
A: Part time pa lang but i want to make it full time when the time is right

Q: Where does your idea come from?
A: ordinary or mundane things, life experiences, family, movies, songs

Q: What is the most challenging story/poetry you've ever written?
A: so far my first confession dito entitled Bus Stop. It took me a while to write it kasi personal experience ko, ang advantage lang kung talagang matatawag na advantage is that hindi dito sa atin nangyari, sa ibang lugar. hindi ako worried magkita kami ulit sa ibang bus stop hahaha. also, yung language na gagamitin, hirap ako magsulat ng purong tagalog kaya in the end nagwagi si English

Q: Do you ever get writer's block?
A: yes, am having one right now. Ang second confession ko ay nasa drafts pa din, 3 weeks na at hindi ko maituloy tuloy.

Q: What is the hardest thing about writing a story?
A: kung paano ko sisimulan, what words should I use at dahil personal experience, hanggang saan ko pwede ikwento ang buhay ko

Q: What is the easiest thing about writing a story?
A: Ang dialogues, conversation ng mga tauhan kasi sa utak ko pa lang nag uusap na sila. i can picture the laughter, the facial expression

Q: How long on average does it take you to write?
A: depende sa mood, sa feelings. Mas madali ako makagawa ng tula kapag broken hearted.

Q: Any tips on overcoming writer's block?
A: ano nga ba? dati kasi i laugh on things around me or solve a puzzle para mawala yung anay sa utak but lately di na sya effectiveWhat story/poem are you writing right now?...my second confession, kasi am baring more of myself, my soul for others to read. the poem ive written a month before, naipost ko na finally kanina.

Q: What's the amusing expression you had in writing a story/poem?
A: again sa confession ko. Hindi pa ako nakapagsulat dito ng isang full story and am thinking about that nowadays. Kasi nahihirapan ako insert ang ooohhs and ahhs and yung mga mura na namutawi sa aking bibig

Q: Are some of your story/poem about your own personal experiences?
A: yes, all of it. My poems are about love that never happens, the frustration in getting over it and my struggle to become myself

Q: Any tips on writing do's and dont's?
A: be on guard sa spelling, punctuations, grammar, the jejemon words na mahirap intindihin agad. sa ibang language kapag nagkamali ka ng spelling iba na ibig sabihin. In the Thai language, even intonation and pronounciation can make a difference. Sa atin nagiging acceptable na kaya sana bantayan;
walang masama guumawa ng story using your phone pero watch out sa spacing. Kapag kasi nai post na nagmumukhang monologue, kakahingal basahin kasi hindi mo alam when and where to stop;
be aware sa word composition, texting style na yung iba, katwiran nakakatamad buuin ang salita at hindi ito dapat maging excuse;
read first before posting, ikaw ang editor in chief ng story mo

Q: What is you favorite motto that appeals to your writing?
A: "write as if its the last thing you will do on earth."

Q: What do you think makes a good story/poem?
A: ang build up ng story - intro ng mga characters, the situation, suspense, thrill, the sex, yung ending - ika nga kumpletos recados. Wag naman puro dyugdyugan lang from start to finish

Q: Which of the character you made is your favorite? Why?
A: ang theme ng mga poems ko is about my feelings, kaya ako ang paborito kong karakter...hindi kaya ako ay egocentric na o kaya self centered?

Q: Do you have any suggestions to aspiring/new writers/poets become better writer/poets? If so, what are they?
A: read, read, read. wag lang sa net but real books. One that you can hold, take to bed with you;
take notes, you'll never know when and where you need it;A wag kalimutan si mareng merriam at pareng thesaurus para iwas sa redundant words, dagdag na rin sa iyong list ng mga salitang gagamitin, kasama na din pati cursing para may variety;A don't leave home without pen and paper, those ideas that comes in your head are golden. mahirap ng balikan o alalahanin;

Q: What advice would you give to aspiring writers/poets?
A: be open sa criticism, bawal ang pikon at defensive. Pick up the good ones, forget the rest;
be your own worst critic, your own devil's advocate;A attend writing workshops kung meron, mahalaga na updated sa mga changes;A don't plagiarize, give crredit when credit is due. sa mga schools, may program sila na naka install na kapag ng post ang student ng term paper eh malalaman kaagad kung copy paste ang article. expensive but effective.

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Author: Eroticus

Literary works: Ang Pantasya ni Mister, Nilason ng Kamunduhan, Imoral, Marupok, Ina.Anak.Ligaya, Bored Wives Club: Roxanne,...and many more.

Q: Describe yourself.
A: I'm an optimist rather than a pessimist, though I'm also a realist.

Q: What genre is your favorite to write?
A: Gangbang, MILF, interracial, cuckold, swinging, BDSM and many more

Q: When did you first realize you want to be a writer?
A: Hindi actually sumagi sa isip ko na maging writer. Feeling ko lang talaga mag-share ng nakakalibog na istorya na nasa isip ko. In a way nalibugan na ko, nalibugan din yung mga nakabasa.A

Q:Do you write full-time or part-time?
A: No. Iba ang linya ng work ko. Masaya lang talaga ako magsulat, lately, naging therapeutic ang pagsusulat sakin.

Q: Where do your ideas come from?
A: Sa imaginations ko habang nag-DIY. Minsan din bigla na lang me pumapasok na idea tas yun na.
Pwedeng sa loob ng jeep, bus, habang naglalakad, nakakita ng seksi etc...

Q: What is the most challenging story you ever written?
A: Yung Nilason ng Kamunduhan,di ko na i-elaborate pa yung reason, pero i challenged myself na tapusin yun. Nag-lie low muna ako sa pagsusulat for a short while, buti na lang, kundi baka me namatay sa karakter kung sinulat ko agad yung story.

Q: Do you ever get writer's block?
A: So far hindi or hindi gaano, di naman kasi ako masyadong pressured gaya ng mga professional writers na me deadline. More of enjoy ako sa pagsusulat, hindi trabaho sakin to, more of leisure pa nga.

Q: What is the hardest thing about writing a story?
A: Yung pag nawala ka na sa focus, yung sinusulat mo na lang for the sake na me mai-post ka. Parang sa pagluluto din yan eh, yung mga readers mo ang "nakakatikim" ng inihanda mo sa kanila. Kung nag-enjoy ka, enjoy din ang mga readers mo. Pag nalibugan ka sa ginagawa mong story, malilibugan din yung readers mo sa panulat mo.A

Q: What is the easiset thing about writing?
A: Kapag in the mood ka magsulat, tas nakikiayon pa sa'yo yung panahon at pagkakataon para sa ginagawa mo.

Q:How long on average does it take you to write a story?
A: Pag nai-set ko na sa isip ko gaya sa story ni Kapitan T/Nilason chapter 1, naging saglit lang yan sa notepad. Yan kasi isang upuan lang, mga nasa 1 hour lang ata give or take. Sa pagsusulat yan ha, mas matagal na pag i-edit mo na atbp. Tumatagal lang sakin pag busy lang talaga.

Q: Any tips on overcoming writer's block?
A: It is a must na bago mo simulang isulat yung story, me "blueprint" ka na mula umpisa hanggang dulo ng magiging takbo ng story mo, either nasa utak mo or isinulat mo na kahit mga key events sa timeline ng story. Maaring magbago ng konti, pero nandun pa rin yung original idea. Kung maganda memorya mo, mas advantage yan. Halimbawa talagang walang pumasok na idea sa'yo, iba muna gawin mo. Mag-relax ka muna.

Q:What story are you working on right now?
A:Marami. Andrew , Bored Wives series, re-editing of "Ang Pantasya ni Mister". Me naka line-up din ako na gangbang wife, mga unexpected turn of events na nauuwi sa consentual sex, incest, bored wives, gantihan, sobrang sarap na kainan etc.

Q:What's the most amusing experience you had in writing a story?
A: Nung sobrang tinablan ako sa ginagawa kong story at napa-DIY ako ng husto bwahahaha!A

Q:Are some of your stories about your own personal experience?
A: Since i started writing. Most of my stories ay mga fetishes lang at sex fantasies. Quite recently, sa mga taong nakapaligid sa buhay ko. Konti lang if ever. Tsaka mas enjoy ako sa mga fictions kasi wild ang imagination ko minsan, yun nga lang tamad ako isulat agad tas di ganun katalas memorya ko.A

Q:Any tips on writing do's and dont's?
A: Unang-una, as a writer, me "god-like" powers ka sa kwento mo. Hawak mo ang buhay ng istorya at lahat ng karakter. Importante na may idea ka na bago mo pa isulat ang unang letra ng kuwento mo. O kaya naman at least me idea ka na sa magiging bida at mga supporting cast especially sa plot.

Let's say nag-iisip ka pa lang ng idea para sa isang kwento. Umpisahan mo sa tanong na what if?

Ex: What if ganito yung sitwasyon? Tas ganito yung bida, tas ganito yung sitwasyon niya....etc.

Sigurado ako may maiisip ka na rin mula diyan, tas parang hagdan yan, me cause and effect ang bawat mangyayari, either pabor or di pabor sa bida. Kung inspired or in the mood kang magsulat, malaki ang maitutulong niyan.
Gawin mo ang pagsusulat dahil ito ang gusto mong gawin at hindi ka napipilitan. Kahit subok lang, as long na gusto mo siya.

Ang pagsusulat ay isang uri ng sining. Gaya na lang sa pagpipinta, hindi lahat ng pintor pare-pareho ng hagod sa kambas. Iba-iba sila ng estilo at paraan ng pagpapahayag ng kanilang gustong iparating. May kanya-kanya silang mga tagahanga at tumatangkilik ng kanilang obra. Ganundin sa pagsusulat, iba-iba ng diskarte ang mga writers at may kanya kanya silang genre na may kanya-kanya ding mga sumusubaybay.

Mahalaga din na maging reader-friendly ang lay-out ng story mo. Yung mga spacings, capitalization, correct spelling, typos, etc.

Wag kang ma-dissapoint agad. Kailangan mo rin ng mahabang pasensiya sa pag-eedit ng ginawa mo. Need mo mag-effort sa pag-proofread ng ginawa mo, lam ko minsan tatamarin ka diyan, pero tandaan na masarap basahin ang isang story na smooth yung transition ng mga wordings. Slight difference lang, pansin na ng readers yan eh. Smooth-flowing dapat ika nga. Gawin mo ring natural ang mga dialogues ng mga karakter. Mas magiging realistic ang dating ng usapan. I-adapt mo sa panahon nila ang kanilang salita, kung panahon nila Rizal ang timeline, dapat ganundin ang mga dialogues ng mga karakter, kung sa panahon ngayon, dapat napapanahon din ang mga terminolohiya at usapan.

Q: What is your favorite motto that applies to your writings?
"It's easy if you love what your doing." tsaka iba-iba naman ang dahilan kaya tayo nagsusulat, pwedeng isa ito sa paraan para ihayag ang nararamdaman natin, para ma-release ang nasa dibdib o puson natin. Iba-iba naman rason yan.

Q:What do you think makes a good story?
A: Yung me aral na makukuha sa kwento tsaka yung paglipas ng ilang buwan,taon nagmamarka pa rin yung istorya sa isip ng mambabasa. Very rewarding yun sa writer.

Q:Which character you made is your favorite? Why?
A: Si Fred (NNK) Gusto ko yung kung paano niya hinandle yung nangyari sa buhay niya later on.A

Q:Do you have any suggestions to aspiring/new writers become better writer? If so, what are they?
A: Magkaroon ng originality. palawakin ang alam na salita at mga terminolohiya. Pag-aralan din yung tamang paggamit ng NANG at NG etc.A

Mag-research ng basic writing, marami niyan sa internet, then sulat lang ng sulat. Hindi ka mag-iimprove kung hindi ka magsusulat. Wala ring silbi ang mga kaalaman na natutunan mo kung di mo ia-apply...so dapat magsulat ka talaga kasi diyan ka makaka-develop ng sarili mong estilo.

Wag kang matakot na sumablay. Lahat tayo sumasablay sa panulat. Walang perpekto satin.A

Q:What advice would you give to aspiring writers?
A: Kung gusto nyo talagang magsulat, mahalin nyo ito. Hindi biro ang panahon at oras ang gugugulin nyo sa pag-iisip at paggawa ng obra niyo. Habaan ang pasensiya. Huwag ilagay sa kompromiso ang takbo ng kwentong ginagawa niyo dahil lang sa ito ang gusto ng ilan. They can give suggestions pero ikaw pa rin ang masusunod. Kung ganun ang plot ng ginawa mo, so be it. Kung me di nagkagusto, so be it. Bilang manunulat, inilalahad mo lang ang istorya kung ano siya sa punto de bista mo.
Tumanggap ng constructive criticisms para sa ikauunlad ng iyong talento. Irespeto ang kapwa manunulat Irespeto ang saloobin ng mambabasa.Huwag lalaki ang ulo sa mga natatanggap na positive feedbacks, sa halip ay gawin yang inspirasyon sa iyo para gumawa pa ng mga orihinal mong na katha.

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Author: Femmeoir

Literary works: A Mistress Life, Francis and Erika, Jan's Great Conquest, Kaibigan o Kahibangan,
Used and abused,... and many more.

Q: Describe yourself
A: a person who lives a simple life

Q:What genre is your favorite to write?
A: i've tried everything but i always go back to erotic stories

Q:When did you first realize you want to be a writer?
A: Way back my highschool years

Q:Do you write full-time or part-time?
A:as an erotic writer i write part time.......but as a news writer for kickerdaily news i am supposed to write full time kaya lang di ko na nagagawa ngayon

Q:Where do your ideas come from?
A: from what is in my heart....surroundings.... basta nakapag spark ng aking imagination its a piece....

Q: What is the most challenging story you ever written?
A: every story is a challenge

Q:Do you ever get writer's block?
A: yes

Q: What is the hardest thing about writing a story?
A: the hardest thing about writing a story is when my mind wants to write but my body does not cooperate

Q: What is the easiest thing about writing?
A: its easy as eating

Q:How long on average does it take you to write a story?
A: 20 minutes........to two hours specially pag beat task ko sa news.....

Q: Any tips on overcoming writer's block?
A: lol.....thats what am trying to overcome myself.....

Q: .What story are you working on right now?
A: so far none...not even a news story

Q: What's the most amusing experience you had in writing a story?
A: i wrote a story about being a nymphomaniac posted at definitely filipino and i was pmed by someone and asked if that was true

Q:Are some of your stories about your own personal experience?
A: in some ways yes...because in every story i wrote i put my heart into it..but it doesnt mean its real.....the reason why if im not apt to writing i cant come up with a story.....but in my book "tickets to life" most of the stories ay product ng puso kung nasaktan.......

Q: Any tips on writing do's and dont's?
A: just write what on your heart and everything will follow.....do not write to please everyone....just write because you enjoy doing so.....

Q:What is your favorite motto that applies to your writings?
A: wala naman......nagkataon kasi na its a passion for me to do so...maybe it just comes out naturally

Q: What do you think makes a good story?
A: a good story means not copied from someone........madalas mapansin ang grammar but come to think of it not all literary piece from way back ay grammatically correct......

Q:Which character you made is your favorite? Why?
A: i dont know....sa dami kasi ng nagawa ko kung babalikan ko di ko na magagawa muli.....kasi iba iba ang aking mood everytime i write...

Q: Do you have any suggestions to aspiring/new writers become better writer? If so, what are they?
A: wala naman....basta kung gusto mo magsulat then go for it....maging responsible writer lang

Q: What advice would you give to aspiring writers?
A: everyone can write but not all can be a writer...so if you want to be a writer bring out what is in your heart........hindi naman lahat ng nasusulat ay dapat totoo....its a product of a wild imagination.....so lumabas sa box...explore...be imaginative..but never hurt others....

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Author: Fiction-Factory

Literary works: Aliw.Ligaw.Galaw, Amanda, Andrea, Ang Asawa ko at ang kanyang Byenan, Ang Boyfriend kong Virgin, Cassandra, Claudette, Halik ng Higanti, Hazel,...and many more.

Q.Describe yourself
A: As a writer, may mga sarili akong definition sa sarili, pero alam kong may ilan pang mga bagay na hindi ko pa nadidiscover sa akin.
Parang sa writings, alam kong maraming ideya sa isip ko, pero hindi ko alam kung papano ilabas. Hindi ko alam kung paano sisimulan ang kwento. Dito ako natutong mag-drafts, para makuha ang tamang "Prologue" at "Epilogue" ng estoryang ginagawa ko.
-May tanong na nabuo sa akin, "Apektado ba ang Obra sa personality ng may Likha?"
Para sa'kin hindi. Idol ko parin ang Guns 'n Roses, Nirvana, Metallica, Red Hot, Evanescence, Paramore kahit pa mga drug addict sila! Hehe

Q:What genre is your favorite to write?
A: Romantic Fantasy Fiction- dyan ako nag-eenjoy magsulat, I truly love vampire stories, werewolf, magics, supernatural, pati na rin Sci-fi like Spider Man. Isa sa favorite ko yung book na, "Twilight Hunters Series" ni Lorraine Kennedy. Pero di ako nagbabasa ng sabay-sabay.
Parang sa writings, kailangan one at a time lang yung theme. Kung drama ang ginagawa mo, magfocus ka sa drama, wag mo nang haluan ng action, horror at lalo na ng comedy. Stick with one theme.

Q: When did you first realize you want to be a writer?
A:Nung highschool ako, mahilig na akong magsulat. Poems, articles, text quotes. Favorite ko pa nun eh Acrostic Poetry, yung mga name nung classmates ko ginagawan ko ng meaning. Hehe
Narealized ko na gusto kong gumawa ng story nung gumawa kami ng Group project sa literature. Grabe yung twisted plot nung kalaban namin, at dun ako naengganyo. Now talking 'bout erotic, syempre sa FSS. wink

Parang sa writings, dapat aware ka sa collaboration of words, piliin ang tamang sentence na pinaka- aangkop sa paragraph. Lalo na kung gusto mong gumawa ng twisted story. Maliligaw yung plot kapag nagkamali ka ng pag-collaborate. Ako din nahihirapan sa ganyan, at di maiwasang makagawa pa ako ng story na nalilito magbasa si Reader.
nag-aadjust pa ako dyan, ginagawa ko sina-summary ko muna sa utak ko bago ko isulat. Kayo pano? Share nyo naman sakin. Hehe

Q: Do you write full-time or part-time?
A: Amature lang po ako, and to be honest, pastime ko lang ang pagsusulat. Siguro ang tanong na 'to para lang sa mga Professional Writers, full time job ( movie writers, novelist, newspaper journalist, etc.) o part time job (paid On-line writers, etc.).
Parang sa writings, okay na, nasimulan mo na, may plot ka na at magsusulat ka na lang. Dapat sa simula pa lang, napo-forecast mo na yung kalalabasan ng kwento. Huwag mong madaliin dahil ang lay-out ang pinakamahalaga para sakin, dahil dito mo makukuha yung foundation ng story mo. Full time man o part time, ang mahalaga, take your time wisely. huwag pa-pressure wala naman deadline sa ating mga amatuers. Hehe

Q: Where do your ideas come from?
A: May mga inspirations ako syempre, pero dito sa FSS, wala. Hehe yung ibang mga kwento ko kase dito, kwento ng mga kaibigan ko, kakilala, katrabaho, yung chismisan sa kanto at kung ano-ano pang kwentong barbero na nasasagap ko. Hehe inaayos ko lang, iniiba ng konti yung plot at lalagyan ng twist. Pero yung mga fanfiction ko tulad nung kabilang mundo galing lang sa mga movie na napanood ko na pinagsama-sama ko lang, pero yung mga scenes akin yon. At yung kwento ko 'takipsilim', akin din ang ideya non.
Parang sa writings, related yung collaboration sa pacing at segueing, kaya naman nahihirapan din ako dito. Hindi ko alam kung papano ipapasok ang susunod na scene/stanza. Hehe turuan nyo ako dito please. Parang awa nyo na. Tama yung Mentor ko, kahit basa ako ng basa sa mga instruction, tips, guidelines, kung walang magtuturo o magpapaliwanag, wala ding saysay.

Q: What is the most challenging story you ever written?
A: Actually bawat kwento ko nacha-challenge ako. Ganito yung challenge, "Magugustuhan kaya ni Reader ang ginagawa kong 'to?". So as much as possible pinagbubutihan ko para makabuo ng unique and brilliant story. Ipinagpapasa-Diyos ko nalang ang susunod. hehe Parang sa writings, tayo ang magdedecide sa lahat, para makamtan ang unique fresh ideas, dapat aware tayo sa pagpili ng salita. Lalo na yung mga salitang nakaka-offend.

Q: Do you ever get writer's block?
A: Lahat naman ng tao pwedeng magkaroon ng 'mental block' diba? Mukha lang akong alien pero tao din ako. Hehe Yes! Nararanasan ko rin ma-writer's block. Yung punong-puno ka ng ideas tapos paghawak mo dun sa ballpen biglang naglahong parang bula. Haha
Parang sa writings, darating at darating ang puntong wala ka na talagang maisip, at dahil do'n tatalon ka sa ending na parang sirang cd, woops! Voila! Ending na! Minamadali na pag nabablanko na ang utak. Ako, pag ganon, titigilan ko muna, tuloy nalang next time.

Q: What is the hardest thing about writing a story?
A: Segueing! Hehe kaya naman superflattered ako kapag may nagkoment sakin, "Ang ganda ng flow ng story". :) Isa pang mahirap gawin, yung gagawin mong true-to-life ang isang fictitious story.

Q: What is the easiest thing about writing?
A: Siguro yung "Review" part. Wala kang ibang gagawin kundi basahin ang ginawa mo, i-edit yung mga maling spelling. Mag-insert. Nandun na yung excitement pag handa ng ipost. Hehe

Q: How long on average does it take you to write a story?
A: depende. Minsan isang upuan lang tapos ang kwento, minsan tatagal ng buwan, lalo na kung series o novel. Lalo na kung yung story eh kailangan mo pang magresearch. Mahirap kase. Hehe

Q: Any tips on overcoming writer's block?
A: Ilan sa mga dahilan ng writer's block, stress, problema, at ang pinakamatindi, pressure. Pressure dahil may deadline ang ginagawa mo, so ang mas madalas makaranas nyan eh yung mga Professional.
Ako pag ganyan, pinapanood ko yung favorite movie ko (lalo na yung Frozen. Hehe). Hindi ka rin kase makapagbasa ng maayos pag mental block ka. unwind, relax your mind, manood ka ng comedy, mag-warcraft ka, counter strike.

Q: What story are you working on right now?
A: Gusto kong gumawa ng version ko ng Romantic Comedy.

Q: What's the most amusing experience you had in writing a story?
A: yung tumatawa ka mag-isa, as in mamatay ka sa kakatawa dahil lang sa sinusulat mo. Tapos tatanungin ka ng katabi mo. "Ganun na ba kamahal gamot mo?" Hehe

Q:Are some of your stories about your own personal experience?
A: Yeah. Of course. Makikilala mo ang isang writer sa pagbabasa lang ng gawa nila.

Q: Any tips on writing do's and dont's?
A: Do write kung talagang gusto mong maging writer.
Don't write kung napipilitan ka lang.

Q: What is your favorite motto that applies to your writings?
A: "Just write, people will like it, people will hate it, but yeah! Just keep writing; Whenever you feel like criticizing any one,just remember that all the people in this world haven't had the advantages that you've had."
- The Great Gatsby

Q: What do you think makes a good story?
A: Truthfully, I don't know. ^_^

Q:Which character you made is your favorite? Why?
A: Gusto ko yung Character nina Hazel, Larry at Charlie sa post na "Hazel (Bizaarre Love Triangle)".
isang Obssess sa love (Larry),
isang Martyr sa love (Charlie),
at isang Blind sa love (Hazel).
Ewan ko ba, basta lagi ko binabasa yan sa asawa ko, pero yung clean version. Hehe

Q:Do you have any suggestions to aspiring/new writers become better writer? If so, what are they?
A: Magbasa kayo. Yan ang pinakamatinding source ng kaalaman. Tutorial, instruction, guidelines, tips, lalo na sa technical writing. Ako, ang binabasa ko ngayon, yung "The Author's Craft" at "I am (not) a writer). Ang gaganda nun. Hehe

Q:What advice would you give to aspiring writers?
A: Tulad nyo Aspiring writer din ako. Gustong-gusto ring mag-workshop pero wala akong sapat na panahon at pagkakataon. Kung mayaman kayo at talagang pangarap nyong maging writer, mag-aral kayo. Sa mga teens natin dito, maswerte kayo dahil nasa inyo na ang lahat ng panahon at pagkakataon.
Ang kailangan nyo nalang gawin, pagbutihan ang pag-aaral nyo. Makinig kayo! Oo makinig kayo!
Kung ayaw nyong magsisi sa huli, masabi nyo na lang,
A "Sana pala nakinig ako sa mga magulang ko!"

Sulat lang ng sulat ^_^

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Author: GinoongKidlat

Literary works: The Coconut Farmer's Daughter, Tikim, Ang Daing ni Iska, Julia, Amo, Empleyado, Trabaho, 1981, and more to come....

Q: Describe yourself.
A: Alcoholic-masochist,one sad poor worthless lonely fuck..Loves asian ladies on bed,asian milf-teens,or both of them at the same time (haha!)..mahilig magmura,esp.during intercourse,shouts putangina-mo-ka-ansarap-mong-hindot-ka! when about to cum,adores all existing simple shit which life can offer and tumatawid sa pedestrian lane kahit naka-red pa yung tanginang tagal na traffic light.Minsan na din nakipag-sex sa loob ng kotse dahil sa punyetang traffic yan!

Q: What genre is your favorite to write?
A: Mature,Taboo,Wife Lovers,Fetish,Group Sex,Interracial and Voyeur.Ooh,oo nga pala pati Masturbation!

Q: When did you first realize you want to be a writer?
A: Wala naman,napagtripan lang.Trip-trip lang yan.

Q: Do you write full-time or part-time?
A: Sumusulat lang ako kapag trip ko lang,so yun,part-time ba tawag dun?Sana may sahod kapag full time (lol)

Q: Where do your ideas come from?
A: Sa libog..alam naman natin yan,parang lamok yang lintik na libog na yan,dumadapo tapos bigla kumakagat.

Q: What is the most challenging story you ever written?
A: Wala pa yata.Compare naman sa mga stories na posted dito sa site,napakadami talagang magaling na writer,

Q: Do you ever get writer's block?
A: Ano yung writer's block?

Q: What is the hardest thing about writing a story?
A: Kapag nasimulan mo na tapos biglang may papasok na ibang idea na parang mas maganda sa nauna naisulat mo na,or for submission na tapos parang feel mo di ka satisfied sa ginawa mo,so yun..

Q: What is the easiest thing about writing?
A: Wala! Lahat ng part ng pagsusulat,mahirap!

Q: How long on average does it take you to write a story?
A: Depende sa mood.If my libido is high during writing of a story, I can finish it on the spot,say around 30 minutes of typing to one hour,pero kapag may sudden decline or abala,around 2 days na,chopped-chopped kasi ang time..

Q: Any tips on overcoming writer's block?
A: Ano ba kasi yang writer's block na yan?Dahil di ko alam,so yun,wala akong tip.Next question..

Q: What story are you working on right now?
A: I am currently working on for the part 3 of my Palay series,and I am also considering to make a combined Wife Lover,Taboo like na Interracial,parang kaning baboy,halo-halo kahit madumi pero para masarap! Sinong gusto kumain ng kanin baboy,taas ang kamay!

Q: What's the most amusing experience you had in writing a story?
A: When people relate with the story you posted and they comment with points of appreciation and they tell you na they feel really good about what you posted..

Q: Are some of your stories about your own personal experience?
A: Honestly yung iba,oo..yung iba naman is just part of my imagination,others is libog lang talaga kaya nabuo.

Q: What is your favorite motto that applies to your writings?
A:Kapag ito,pumasa sa akin as isang chapter,isang putok,okay na'to.Punas na lang ng kamay para di malagkit mamaya sa keyboard.Na-gets mo?hahahaha!

Q: What do you think makes a good story?
A: Good story is like good oral sex.When oral sex is good,we crave for more BJ's or tongue to pussy dips..And it's just like in writing,when your story is dick-sucking or pussy licking-good,readers crave for more,and you feed them by cumming as hard as you can to put a good story,so their faces will be showered with lots of sticky cum..

Q: Which character you made is your favorite? Why?
A: Iska of Ang Daing ni Iska.Well,actually,Iska's character was patterned after my former lady boss na gusto kong kainin yung daing niya..Sarap..sarap..

Q: Do you have any suggestions to aspiring/new writers become better writer? If so, what are they?
A:Hindi tayo jejemon para gumamit ng text words sa pagsusulat kaya umayos ka! Bago ka sumulat ng erotic stories,mag-aral ka munang mabuti sa school o kaya ayusin mo performance mo sa trabaho mo.Be responsible on what you post and write,we are given the freedom to express our thoughts but we must always be constantly reminded that every freedom or right has its own limit.

Q: What advice would you give to aspiring writers?
A:Sundin mo lang yung sinasabi ng isang sikat na brand ng rubber shoes.Just do it!

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Author: Graccubus

Literary works: Ahente, A Dream Cum Thru, She's Got it, Humpy Humpy, Mightier than pen,... and many more.

Q: Describe yourself
A: i'm a typical people on the street, incognito. I write poems occasionally.

Q:What genre is your favorite to write?
A: I write poems occasionally

Q: When did you first realize you want to be a writer?
A: i don't want to be a writer

Q: Do you write full-time or part-time?
A: ------

Q:Where do your ideas come from?
A:out of anything at all, i'm free, i don't restrict myself

Q: What is the most challenging story you ever written?
A: you mean poem? i wrote a poem for myself[unpublished]. on the last line... i secretly
embedded the girl's name , my crush, because i'm a married man.
i suppose that's my favorite. but running second is the first poem i wrote for my ex-gf,
she's now my wife.

Q:Do you ever get writer's block?
A:writer's block? hmmm, sometimes i stop writing but, never on the middle of a poem.

Q:What is the hardest thing about writing a story?
A: i submitted one story in fss, i don't think that makes me a writer

Q:What is the easiest thing about writing?
A: -----

Q: How long on average does it take you to write a story/poem?
A:poem --- 30 mins including editing.

Q:Any tips on overcoming writer's block?
A: writer's block in making a poem? i don't write the poem at all if i can't finish it.

Q:What story are you working on right now?
A: n/a

Q:What's the most amusing experience you had in writing a story?
A: n/a

Q:Are some of your stories about your own personal experience?
A: Writing poem, yes

Q: Any tips on writing do's and dont's?
A: take it easy... the mind is stronger when you're relaxed. Its hard to write poem when your angry, may be depressed is ok or under alcohol's intoxication.

Q:What is your favorite motto that applies to your writings?
A: I don't have motto. it makes me sick. ok, take this... i borrowed this...'life is a wilderness where tears are hung on every tree.'

Q: What do you think makes a good story?
A: what makes a good poem-> when rhymes and meaning are in perfect harmony and all the words seemed to like each other on the team.

Q: Which character you made is your favorite? Why?
A: n/a

Q:Do you have any suggestions to aspiring/new writers(poets) become better writer(poet)? If so, what are they?
A: poem writing suggestion - when you held the pen consider you had written the last line already.

Q:What advice would you give to aspiring writers(poets)?
A: to aspiring writer of poems/poets - consider writing poem like you're mixing sugar with words... a little of it makes a grin, when it's enough there were praises and elation but, when its too much... there's no diabetes...it's a celebration!

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Author: Heater

Literary works: eargasm, connecting flight, friday night highlight, mara's music,...and many more.

Q: Describe yourself
A: In what aspect? hehe, let's put it this way, am born under the sign of the twins, that would give you an idea of how im like, in a nutshell

Q: What genre is your favorite to write?
A: More on opinions and life in general, im kinda surprised i wrote some erothemed, im a firm believer that what happens inside a bedroom (or whichever place the deed happened) should remain private and only those involved should be aware of. therefore, it is to be concluded that all my entries are fiction ;)

Q: When did you first realize you want to be a writer?
A: I've always been fond of writing my thoughts way back elementary, may theme writing pa ba sa schools?

Q: Do you write full-time or part-time?
A: part-time, mood time

Q: Where do your ideas come from?
A: from everything, traffic, music, ''idle'' time

Q: What is the most challenging story you ever written?
A: the part where the ''action'' happens hehe

Q: Do you ever get writer's block?
A: of course, hollowblocks :D

Q: What is the hardest thing about writing a story?
A: It's trying not to expose yourself too much

Q: What is the easiest thing about writing?
A: free-flow of words

Q: How long on average does it take you to write a story?
A: Depends on the mood, my very first entry here in FSS was written under an hour, no editing, just keep on typing - sayang momentum eh

Q: Any tips on overcoming writer's block?
A: stop, and don't forget to keep the draft. in time, you'll get the groove back, change the storyline perhaps and come up with something better. in short, just like sex, its always better slow mo ;) what's there to rush ayt?

Q: What story are you working on right now?
A: I owe a lot of TBC stories, and since my workload is a bit lighter these days, am gonna work on finishing those - para sa mga nagagalit na sa akin hahaha

Q: What's the most amusing experience you had in writing a story?
A: Trying to keep the erotism, but can't help but insert humour. plus getting feedback that i had them turned on. that, is amusing :D

Q: Are some of your stories about your own personal experience?
A: See answer on the second question.

Q: Any tips on writing do's and dont's?
A: Don't be a copycat. do write to express, not to impress, especially for the beginners. come up with something out of the box. its quality over quantity ;)

Q: What is your favorite motto that applies to your writings?
A: Check your punctuation, always.

Q: What do you think makes a good story?
A: Once a story, or any post for that matter, invoke emotions that you are trying to convey, and readers respond (be it positive or negative) that makes it a good story.

Q: Which character you made is your favorite? Why?
A: The girl in the friday nightlight

Q: Do you have any suggestions to aspiring/new writers become better writer? If so, what are they?
A: start writing. start short. start simple. just start.
Go read the dictionary. Using a synonym makes a lot of difference. It widens your ''arsenal'' too, which you can apply in real life ;)

Q: What advice would you give to aspiring writers?
A: Get your pen and paper, and start nibbling down scenarios

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Author: inang.grasya

Literary works: Woman In Love, Taglibog sa Tagtuyot? Breakfast sa Unresto, Di ko akalain, and many more...

Q: Describe yourself?
A: straightforward and vocal

Q: What genre is your favorite to write?
A: blogs lang naisi-share ko dito sa FSS. hindi ako marunong sumulat ng kwento eh. kung gusto mo ikwento ko na lang sayo over coffee or buffet. hehehehehe

Q: When did you first realize you want to be a writer?
A: waaaaah... wish wish wish. hindi ako marunong magsulat eh.

Q: Do you write full-time or part-time?
A: hindi po ako writer.

Q: Where do your ideas come from?
A: pag may naisip na topic na worth pag usapan, blog agad. madali kasing mawala ang idea.

Q: What is the most challenging story you ever written?
A: ikwento ko lang at ikaw na magsulat. wink wink wink

Q: Do you ever get writer's block?
A: hindi ako writer kaya wala akong idea dyan.

Q: What is the hardest thing about writing a story?
A: sadyang mahirap kaya hindi ko magawang gumawa ng kwento.

Q: What is the easiest thing about writing?
A: wala eh

Q: How long on average does it take you to write a story?
A: 1 hour to compose a blog

Q: Any tips on overcoming writer's block?
A: no idea

Q: What story are you working on right now?
A: none

Q: What's the most amusing experience you had in writing a story?
A: none

Q:Are some of your stories about your own personal experience?
A: observations sa pang araw-araw na nangyayari sa paligid

Q: Any tips on writing do's and dont's?
A: that i do not know. nagsisipaan ang subject-verb agreement ko pati talasalitaan. lols

Q: What is your favorite motto that applies to your writings?
A: pag gumagawa ako ng blog, truth ang basis. importante ang comments ng readers. intellectual orgasm ang resulta

Q: What do you think makes a good story?
A: ramdam ng reader ang emosyon na gustong iparamdam ng otor. libog, kaba, takot, kilig, etc etc...

Q: Which character you made is your favorite? Why?
A: wala eh

Q:Do you have any suggestions to aspiring/new writers become better writer? If so, what are they?
A:*original na idea ang isulat. kung kailangan ng patnubay mula sa mga batikang manunulat, wag mahiyang humingi ng payo. maging open sa comments positive man o negative dahil may matutunan mula dito. pangalagaan ang INTEGRIDAD bilang manunulat. oras na mabahiran ng doubt o kaya mabuking na copy paste ang posted story, wala nang ganang basahin. mahirap kapag nawalan ng tiwala ang mambabasa. hindi ka na paniniwalaan kahit ano pa ang ganda ng mga kwento ipopost dahil pagdududahan ka na kung saang libro o site kinopya ang kwento o tulang pinost.

Q: What advice would you give to aspiring writers?
A: practice practice practice... be positive... be open to suggestions... BE ORIGINAL.

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Author: jason_the_jackal

Literary works: ANG LIHIM SA LIHAM NI MILA, ANG SEMINARISTA, CLOSET ROMANCE, DREAMGIRL, NIMPO, ISANG MINUTO LANG, NAISAHAN DIN KITA, ORA PRO NOBIS, and many more.

Q: Describe yourself
A: Dedicated father slash mother to three grown-up kids. Isang hamak na magsasaka na nahilig lang magsulat.

Q: What genre is your favorite to write?
A: Lahat. Pero I started writing incest stories when I saw the huge number of readers who loves incest romance. I don't want to encourage anyone to try it. I do that for masturbatory reading pleasure only ng ilan sa nagbabasa.

Q: When did you first realize you want to be a writer?
A: Hm. As an erotic writer, siguro when I posted my first story na CLOSET ROMANCE and they like it.
I was a writer naman talaga way back then, kaya nga lang ibang aspeto ng pagsusulat.

Q: Do you write full-time or part-time?
A: I do it for fun na lang ngayon. Full-time, past time.

Q: Where do your ideas come from?
A: When I see and hear things sa radio and television. I read a lot. Newspapers, broadsheets, tabloids, magazines, etc. I browse regularly sa internet for latest buzz and scandals. Sometimes, when I'm alone in my farm, I got a lot of ideas. I write my drafts sa typewriter. I like kasi the rhythm and the clicking sounds (naroon and karugtong ng mga idea na lumalabas sa ritmo) saka ko lilipat sa computer for editing.

Q: What is the most challenging story you ever written?
A: Lahat naman. I always want kasi na realistic lahat. Sana. O kahit yung pinakamalapit sa katotohanan. At eksakto sa kung ano mang pagkatao ng karakter. Kung lawyer, act and think as a lawyer. Yun.

Q: Do you ever get writer's block?
A: Yup. Then hiatus. Wala naman bayad to, walang boss, kaya me karapatan din tayong mawala sa agos. Pahinga. Eh sa walang pumapasok sa isip eh.

Q: What is the hardest thing about writing a story?
A: Kapag wala kang sequence. Top, middle to end. Kapag wala kang ideya kung pano matatapos. Then you tend to get ideas through suggestions. Patay ka na, hindi na ikaw ang writer. Papunta ka na sa pagiging encoder.

Q: What is the easiest thing about writing?
A: Pag preparado ka. Pag nasa mood ka.

Q: How long on average does it take you to write a story?
A: One week. Non stop. Haha.

Q: Any tips on overcoming writer's block?
A: Relax. Sleep. Kalimutan mo ang ginagawa mo. 1 day lang, maglibang ka. Magrelax ka. Inom ka. Haha.

Q: What story are you working on right now?
A: Currently, I'm finishing up DREAM GIRL BOOK TWO, NIMPO 13, 14 and 15. And A Blessing In Disguise, prequel ng Seminarista. Aba, andami pala. Haha.

Q: What's the most amusing experience you had in writing a story?
A: When I have to set-up a meeting with my friends, a lawyer a doctor and an accountant, just to get their minds sa aking sinusulat na hindi nila alam na erotic. Haha.

Q: Are some of your stories about your own personal experience?
A: Hindi. Bilang lang sa daliri ang aking sexual experiences at tiyak walang malilibugan kung magkukuwento ako ng hango sa buhay ko. Ang mga plots? it happened ~“ to others.

Q: Any tips on writing do's and dont's?
A: (see answer at the bottom)

Q: What is your favorite motto that applies to your writings?
A: Pag-nalibugan ka sa sarili mong akda, tiyak nalilibugan din ang buong madla.~

Q: What do you think makes a good story?
A: Sa fiction: Gawin mong makatotoohanan. Sa Confessions: ilahad mo lahat.

Q: Which character you made is your favorite? Why?
A: JASON: ~˜Isang Minuto lang'

Q: Do you have any suggestions to aspiring/new writers become better writer? If so, what are they?
A: (see answer at the bottom)

Q: What advice would you give to aspiring writers?
A: Eto sagot ko sa tanong mula sa 15, 19 and 20 na inilathala ko noon sa ibang site.

TIPS SA PAGSUSULAT AT PAGBABASA

PARA SA MGA ASPIRING WRITERS/AUTHORS

1. Mapa-fiction o true story ang kwentong isusulat mo, gumawa ka ng outline. Make sure na akma ang names sa characters. Pag-aralan mo ang takbo ng kwento kasi importante ang consistency. Ang outline ay kinabibilangan ng edad, lugar, tagpo at panahon. Kapag nagkamali ka ng isang detalye kahit isang linya, mawawalan ka ng consistency. Huwag kang magmadali, maraming oras. Kilatising mabuti ang takbo ng iyong kwento.

2. Isulat mo ito sa MS WORD document. Iwasan mong magsulat sa cellphone dahil hindi magiging maayos ang pagkakalapat ng bawat paragraphs at sentences. Importante ito, bakit? Kasi masarap magbasa kapag maayos ang pagkakasulat. Sayang naman ng effort mo kung di mo ito pag aaksayahan ng panahon.

3. Nakapahalaga ng tinatawag na spacing. Sa panahon ngayon na alipin tayo ng short text messaging format, umiiral na rin ang mga pagsusulat na ganito. Hindi ito wasto, kasi kung mag uumpisa kang magsulat dapat yung malinaw ang pagkakabaybay. Marahil karamihan, ay hindi na gaanong sanay sa tagalog lalo na kung hindi ito ang iyong kinalakihan, pero wala naman problema kung TAGLISH. Basta buo ang bawat letra. Maniwala ka ~“ kahit gaano kapangit ng kwento o kahit may kahalintulad na ang iyong mga tagpo, maraming magagandang comments ang makukuha mo. Baka makahanap pa ng ka-love team o maka-kantot ka pa ng reader, pag naayos mo ang pagsusulat.

4. Iwasan mo ang puro sex scenes. Kung maaari huwag kang mag umpisa ng ganitong tagpo. Nakaumay kasi pag ganito. Sana matutunan mo ang ibig sabihin ng climax. Bigyan ng mo buhay kung bakit nakarating ka sa ganitong tagpo.

5. Sa mga tagpo ng mga sex scenes, mag detalye ka ng buo. Namnamin mo ang bawat takbo sa kada segundo na sana ay kapana-panabik ang bawat eksena. At upang malaman kung effective ang sex scenes sa iyong kwento, mag tanong ka sa sarili mo: Inutugan ka ba? Nabasa pa ang puke mo? Nag init ba ang pakiramdam mo kahit sa sarili mong kwento? Kung hindi mo ito naramdaman, hindi rin ito ang mararamdaman ng readers. Ilagay mo lagi sa isip mo na ikaw ay isang reader din. Dapat ikaw mismo lilibugan sa naisulat mo. Limitahan mo ang puro ungol at halinghing, wala itong bertud kung hindi maayos ang pagkaka salaysay.

6. Para sa karamihan ang pamagat ang pinag iikutan ng kwento, kaya ito na rin ang karaniwang nagiging titles ng mga kwento nila. Huwag mong habaaan ang title kung hindi naman kailangan. Dapat akma sa kabuuan ng kwento. Tip, ang title ay pwede ring maging ending. Pero pag isipan mong masyado kung bakit ito ang napili mo. Kasi kung title pa lang predictable na ang buod ng kwento, nakakatamad na siyang basahin. Medyo nakaka gilas din kasi kung nag iisip ang readers, bakit kaya ito ang pamagat?

7. Bawat isa, may kanya kanyang style ng pagsusulat. Walang isyu dito. Iyon ang kailangan pag aralan ninyo kung anong klaseng agimat meron ka sa pag susulat. Dito ka na rin makikilala bilang author at dito na rin ang labanan ng imahinasyon ang mga beteranong manunulat dito sa site. Kung sa tingin mo saan ka effective, dun mo hasain ang sarili mo. Huwag kang matakot manggaya ng istilo, bastat huwag mong kopyahin ang buong kwento ng iba.

8. Kung wala pang 200 words ang naisulat mo, isantabi mo lang muna. Huwag mo naman ipilit na ilabas bastat makapag-file ka lang. Ang pangit ng masyadong bitin at walang detalye, pero nagkantutan na sa isang paragraph na pareho ng nilabasan sa isang linya. Kaya mo bang makipag sex sa ilang seconds lang? Unless effective ang pagkaka-linya mo, wala din yan kwenta. Dapat realistic.

9. Huwag mong kaligtaan kung anong genre o kabuoan ng story. Kasi hindi lahat ng readers, mahilig sa incest, lalake sa lalake, babae sa babae, tao sa hayop, dominating, at iba pang mga hardcore. Kailangan, umpisa pa lang, linawin na natin upang magsilbing paalala.

Huwag kang matuto ng copy paste. Yung tipong tinira mo sa ibang site, tapos nihay-nihoy ikaw na ang author dito? Pinag hihirapan ang pagsusulat. Kaya matuto kang rumespeto sa authors.

Maging responsible tayo bilang writers. Kahit ipinagbabawal ang site na ito sa minors, hindi pa rin maiwasan na nabubuksan na ito ng mga menor de edad, kaya kailangan ~“ adults at consenting sex ang mga tagpo natin. Huwag naman underage kasi baka hindi maabut ng pag iisip ng iba, tayo pa ang maging dahilan ng mga krimen sa paligid.

SA MGA READERS:

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5. Kung na-wet ka, inutugan o kinubabawan ka ng libog sa nabasa mo, huwag kang maghinayang magparaos. Ito kasi ang dahilan kung bakit may mga erotic sites, upang magkatulungan. Magbate ka, finger yourself. Hindi ito bawal basta nasa tamang oras at maayos na lugar na hindi bulgar. Sabi ni Thomas Szasz : Masturbation is the primary sexual activity of mankind. In the nineteenth century it was a disease; in the twentieth, it's a cure. At kung meron lang naman willing and able..

Fuck.

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Author: ladiesconfession

Literary works: Ladies' Confession Series: Breaking Rules, Different Approach, A End Game, Lonely Night, Mr. Plumber, Quickie Detour, Spa Treatment, The Client, The Groomsman, Turning Point, Unexpected Threesome, Unfaithful Wife, Sex Submissions Series,...and many more.

Q: Describe yourself
A: 1/4 Spanish. 1/4 Chinese. 1/2 Filipina. Happy-go-lucky-gal. Single, but dating. Living independently. Masungit-looking, but not really my attitude. Easy to be with. Hard-drinker. Shopper. Loves to eat. Loves to be with friends. Loves to travel. Loves makeups, of course! White complexion. 5'7~. Slim. Long blonde hair. 34C-25-36. Reader. Writer. Sex Guru (I wish).

Q: What genre is your favorite to write?
A: Pretty much anything except incest. Particularly likes writing about bored, lonely, unfaithful wives and their sexual interactions, of course.

Q: When did you first realize you want to be a writer?
A: Uhm, I can't recall. Didn't really plan to be a ~aewriter~, I just tried it for fun one time then the rest is in
the books.

Q: Do you write full-time or part-time?
A: A part-timer. And only if I have the time. My work has been blocking me to write these days. Yep, holiday season.

Q: Where do your ideas come from?
A: Experiences. Stories from friends. Crazy imagination that I have.

Q: What is the most challenging story you ever written?
A: That would be the ~aeDark Alley~ story. Why? I don't know. It's just different from other stories that I've written.

Q: Do you ever get writer's block?
A: Yep. Most of time. Especially when I'm tired from work. And it's normal for a writer, like me, I think.

Q: What is the hardest thing about writing a story?
A: Eliminating redundant words. Thanks to Mr. Thesaurus! :)

Q: What is the easiest thing about writing?
A: When it comes to the ~aesex~ part. I have this crazy imagination that helps me with it. :P

Q: How long on average does it take you to write a story?
A: It depends. There were times that I work alternately and write at the same time. But, if there are no roadblocks, it takes me 1-2 hours.

Q: Any tips on overcoming writer's block?
A: Lean back. Rest. Take a sip of coffee / beer / Yakult or anything else that will ease your mind. Then get back there and finish the damn thing! Haha!

Q: What story are you working on right now?
A: The sequel for the ~aeFamily Driver~ story. It's finished, by the way. :)

Q: What's the most amusing experience you had in writing a story?
A: Reminiscing. I tend to smile, sometimes laugh, when I relate my own experiences to the story. Which story, well, that's a secret! :P

Q: Are some of your stories about your own personal experience?
A: Some, yes. But I do have a couple of my ~aeown~ stories. Those were my recent works.

Q: Any tips on writing do's and dont's?
A: Details. And try to write when you're in heat. You tend to imagine things vividly when you're afloat to sensuality. Just don't overthink the story.

Q: What is your favorite motto that applies to your writings?
A: "I don't have a dirty mind. I have a sexy imagination."

Q: What do you think makes a good story?
A: The plot should always have some sense. But there are also stories that doesn't have any sense but still a good read. It really depends on the reader.

Q: Which character you made is your favorite? Why?
A: Kristine, from "The Groomsman" series. She's a brave girl, with a dark twisted mind. Kinda relate to my attitude. :P

Q: Do you have any suggestions to aspiring/new writers become better writer? If so, what are they?
A: Just write and don't be afraid to share it. :)

Q: What advice would you give to aspiring writers?
A: Feed the mind. Feed the readers. Feed yourself. Happy feeding! :)

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Author: lara0123

Literary works: Si Jim At Si Jean (series). Hopefully, more to come ...

Q: Describe yourself
A: Kung hindi natutulog, nagbabasa. Kung hindi nagbabasa, nangangarap. Kung hindi nangangarap, nag-iisip. Minsan nagsusulat din. Madaling patawanin, madali ding paiyakin. Mahilig makipagkwentuhan kahit sa sarili.

Q:What genre is your favorite to write?
A: romance, social issues. Pangarap kong sumulat ng crime stories na tipong Agatha Christie at Sherlock Holmes (Naks, sarap mangarap!)

Q: When did you first realize you want to be a writer?
A: I was in first year high school when I wrote my first poem. For my mother, birthday gift ko sa kanya. First year college when I tried writing a novel. Yung tipong pocketbook ang datingan. Kaso 2 chapters lang natapos ko at hirap na hirap na kong umpisahan yung next chapter. Until tinanggap ko na lang sa sarili kong napaka ambisyosa ko para isiping kaya kong gumawa ng pocketbook na tulad ng mga nababasa ko. Ewan, nasobrahan yata ako sa katol noon kaya naisipan kong gumawa ng nobela. Di ko man lang naisip na short story nga di pa ako nakagawa, novel pa kaya?

Q:Do you write full-time or part-time?
A: Part-time ng part-time. I need to work para di mamatay sa gutom. At masakit sa bangs ang work ko kaya wala talaga akong balak isabay ang pagsusulat. Pahamak iyong isang idol kong writer dito. Na-inspire lang ako sa kanya kaya napasulat din tuloy ako.

Q:Where do your ideas come from?
A: From own experiences. Sa pagmamasid sa paligid. Sa pagbabasa. Sa panaginip (hilig ko ang managinip, tulog man o gising)

Q:What is the most challenging story you ever written?
A: Yung pinangarap kong novel nung first year college. Sa sobrang challenging nga di ko na itinuloy isulat. Sobra akong na-discourage kaya matagal ko ring kinalimutan ang pangarap kong maging writer until naisipan kong sumulat dito sa FSS. Itong Si Jim At Si Jean ay di ko masasabing challenging, more on experimental kasi sya sa part ko. Resulta ng pagtitimbang sa mga bagay-bagay. Iyong tipong application of theories. Parang lab exercise, ganun.

Q:Do you ever get writer's block?
A: Yes. Pero di ko problema ang writer's block dahil madali lang ang solution dyan. Mas problema ko ang overflow ng ideas especially habang nasa work. Hassle sya sa trabaho, hirap maka-focus. May times din na gusto kong magsulat tapos bumabaha ng ideas kaso di ko mai-organize. Basta magulo. Parang lasing na nagkukwento. Parang sabog na puzzle.

Q:What is the hardest thing about writing a story?
A: Organization of thoughts. It is very important in making the readers feel the emotions you want to convey. Iyong parang andun sila sa eksena. Para maayos ang sequencing. Saka para hindi animo lasing na nagkukwento.

Q:What is the easiest thing about writing?
A: Proofreading. Wala na kasing emotions na involved dyan.

Q:How long on average does it take you to write a story?
A: Di ko inoorasan. May mga times kasi na tapos na, kaso pag binasa ko parang may kulang o may sobra, so edit ko ulit. Saka depende din kasi sa mood.

Q: Any tips on overcoming writer's block?
A: Stop writing. Ganun lang kasimple. Kung may hinahabol na deadline, matulog para ma-refresh ang utak. O kaya maligo. Habang nagsha-shower, pumapasok yung magagandang idea, plot at eksena.

Q:What story are you working on right now?
A: Si Jim At Si Jean... and other 2 stories na di ko alam kung kailan ko matatapos o kung matatapos ko nga ba.

Q: What's the most amusing experience you had in writing a story?
A: Actually, marami. Di ko masabi kung ano yung most. Like, while writing sex scenes na sa sobrang pag-relive sa experience ay naa-arouse to the point of ... ummm, alam mo na... Kapag may naiisip akong scene tapos mapapangiti ako then people smile back at me kasi akala nila sila nginingitian ko. And also, naaaliw ako sa mga comments ng readers.

Q: Are some of your stories about your own personal experience?
A: Yeah. Ganun naman yata talaga lalo na pag newbie.

Q: Any tips on writing do's and dont's?
A: While you are writing for self-expression, do not treat your writings as a personal journal where typos and grammatical errors are allowed. The moment you decided to share it with others, comes responsibility of proofreading. Kahit gaano pa kaganda ang story mo kung masakit naman sa mata ang pagkasulat, wala din.

Respect other authors. Big no ang plagiarism. At iwasan ang copy and paste ng nga sex scenes specially from English pocketbooks. Halatain kaya.

Q: What is your favorite motto that applies to your writings?
A: Let's not complicate things. Kahit gaano kakumplikado ang plot, gusto kong ihain sya sa readers sa pinakasimpleng paraan.

Q: What do you think makes a good story?
A: A story that makes me ponder and reevaluate things. Actually, it's always a combination of content and style. When readers felt the emotions you felt while writing the story, then your narrative style is good. A good plot that is well-written, panalo yun!

Q:Which character you made is your favorite? Why?
A: Jean. She's simple yet sensual. I like her transition from a timid, sweet, naive girl into a fearless, strong-willed, assertive woman. Pero sweet pa rin syempre.

Q: Do you have any suggestions to aspiring/new writers become better writer? If so, what are they?
A: Challenge yourself. Be inspired by other authors but develop your own style. Be open to suggestions and criticisms but don't let critics control you. Maraming tips on writings na pwede mong itanong kay Pareng Google.

Pag may pumasok na idea, grab agad, wag nang bibitawan or else manghihinayang ka kasi biglang wala na. Malaking tulong ang smart phones to capture those fleeting moments. Basta sulat lang tayo nang sulat. Isang araw magugulat na lang tayo, ang galing na pala natin. Apir!

Q: What advice would you give to aspiring writers?
A: Read. Makakabasa ka ng maganda at pangit na gawa at makikita mo ang kaibahan. Observe. Marami kang matitisod na ideas sa paligid. Play with your senses and imagination. Unlimited yan. Write. Hindi ka magiging writer kung hindi ka susulat.

Huh?! Tapos na? Wala man lang "Define love"? Yun pa naman paborito kong sinasagutan. Tsk!


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Author: layo_edad

Literary works: Mang Berto R.D. A~Z Series, The Nerd Friend, and more stories to come...

Q: Describe yourself.
A: Average man, average life. I love reading and writing any kind of stuff. Sometimes I think Im a poet, writing poems or qoutes but usually I failed to give life to it so I stick to eroticas.
Funny guy, who loves to laugh and joke around. If your asking about the way I look, well..., Im kind.

Q: What genre is your favorite to write?
A: Its Romance and Thrilller. Funny thing is I haven't post my work with that genre but I will.

Q: When did you first realize you want to be a writer?
A: I love to read. Its the one thing I haven't stop doing since I've learned how to. My passion to write came from reading. As if the plots, the sub plots and other twists of the stories I've read still linger in my mind that I have to translate it into my own stories. That's when I realize that, I can write..

Q: Do you write full-time or part-time?
A: Part time, I have this little business that I have to give time to or else, I'll starve.

Q: Where do your ideas come from?
A: Some just came out of nowhere, mostly from something I read that I would like to give a twist or a different ending. Or much better, give it an erotic version.

Q: What is the most challenging story you ever written?
A: Its not finish yet. Its a story suggestion from a friend. I love her plot and main idea, the problem is, Im still stuck at the first chapter.

Q: Do you ever get writer's block?
A: Yes! I think every writer does.

Q: What is the hardest thing about writing a story?
A: Writing the climax, I want it to be engaging. You want your reader to feel they are involve.

Q: What is the easiest thing about writing?
A: I dont know, for me its a hobby. Its a bit easy specially the intro. It just gets hard in the end.

Q: How long on average does it take you to write a story?
A: If im inspired, a couple of hours per episode. If not, a month.

Q: Any tips on overcoming writer's block?
A: Relax, take a time off. Eventually, it will come back.

Q: What story are you working on right now?
A: I've been writing this series about a police officer. Its fourth installment.

Q: What's the most amusing experience you had in writing a story?
A: Meeting and befriending readers. Its not part of my plan but Im loving it.

Q: Are some of your stories about your own personal experience?
A: Yes, but just a little.

Q: What is your favorite motto that applies to your writings?
A: "What comes around goes around."

Q: What do you think makes a good story?
A: If you can't tell it's ending, for me its a good one. I love twist and turn in every stories I read, if it shocks me in the end, Five stars for sure.

Q: Which character you made is your favorite? Why?
A: I haven't post it here yet. Its Vernon Rosales, the police officer. He's my first character, ever!

Q: Do you have any suggestions to aspiring/new writers become better writer? If so, what are they?
A: If you really want to write, read first! You will learn from other writers work. Thier style, the plots, character build ups and even word play. It works for me.

Q: What advice would you give to aspiring writers?
A: Do want you want to do. Its your story, so who cares.

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Author: Mr.M

Literary works: 1 Magandang Alaala, a Final School Days, Ayaw Mo Ha?, Bikini Streak, Buong Katapatan, Dog Stud, Ganti ganti lang talaga,...and many more.

Q: Describe yourself
A: I'm a 48 year old man married with 2 sons.Semi retired from working but occasionally given such business opportunities at present and past.If your wondering of the mrs,well she's happy as to of what satisfies her intimate needs.

Q: What genre is your favorite to write?
A: Writing such a genre of Erotica is a wide field to be exact.Some deal with romance,others with complicated situations of single men and women who are drawn to intimate moments.Others with the twisted fate of life why it happened.

Q: When did you first realize you want to be a writer?
A: I never was a writer,it was only a try.

Q: Do you write full-time or part-time?
A: I write only when i'm inspired by such experiences i've remembered or have recently done it.

Q: Where do your ideas come from?
A: My ideas of story plots come from what i've seen on some videos or of what others have written of.Some are of the REAL LIFE which i've had privy to know yet not in detail.

Q:What is the most challenging story you ever written?
A: The most challenging is when its of how the intimate acts starts.To be forceful means its a rape,a hesitation beyond control of the other mate.The easiest is of when both parties agree because of their drawness to one another physically,intelectually and most common emotional hunger to be fed.

Q: Do you ever get writer's block?
A: Lots of times.But to get out of it just don't over think in it's solution keep it very simple.

Q:What is the hardest thing about writing a story?
A: For me there is no easy or hard story to write,i've my inspiration my muse who you know exist as a writer here in FSS. Lately i'm not writing due to medical reasons and i'm into more of blogging.Still i've ideas already to write .I just hope I can write it before it becomes too late for me in writing it.

Q: What is the easiset thing about writing?
A: Writing it is easy I imagine i'm with friends or new acquaintances who delved into their erotic tales in conquest.Hindi pataasang ihi na kung sino ba ang nadale,rather the whole of it.It flows just as to how fast or slow even in content.

Q: How long on average does it take you to write a story?
A: As long as I can I will write and if I can't I let it stay for a while but it will be done.
In short, moody like.

Q: Any tips on overcoming writer's block?
Be inspired,have an experience which gave you a vision in writing it,write,review then edit.

Q: What story are you working on right now?
A: Lately i'm not writing due to medical reasons and i'm into more of blogging.

Q:What's the most amusing experience you had in writing a story?
A:Oh those first times when the unexpected happens.Them stoke of good luck.

Q: Are some of your stories about your own personal experience?
A: My stories I draw from the experiences i've had of past. Some are of molded non-fiction with fiction. But as I always believed in of what my mentor said to me "Lahat nang istorya may katotohanan,nasa papaano mo ito pag tatagpiin na maging isang magandang istorya.At bawat isa nito ay may katotohanan ngunit iniba lang para hindi mahalata nang kinakaukulan."

Q:Any tips on writing do's and dont's?
A:Don't write the impossible,write the possible.

Q:What is your favorite motto that applies to your writings?
A: All stories are based upon experiences, you just gotta know how to put em togethere in making a story sound better."

Q:What do you think makes a good story?
A:A good story is when it has a lesson left for the reader to known.

Q:Which character you made is your favorite? Why?
A:All of them because each of them supports each other.

Q:Do you have any suggestions to aspiring/new writers become better writer? If so, what are they?
A: -Be true in what you want to express in the story you are about to let others know. It will be long and ardous, yet its an adventure you may just enjoy of on how you will be telling the tale in thought.
-Give sense in it; not of the impossible but of the possible in making it lifelike as others would imagine it. Lastly,you may have such experience.
-Share if there is a good lesson to be learned by others.
-Make them laugh, cry of joy if the story is of struggle.
-Oh please do change their names or even situation because it may just lead to unwanted situation.
-Protect all of your characters even of the ones you hate the most.For what good is a story when there is only of Heroes and no Villians?"

Q:What advice would you give to aspiring writers?
A: (same as above)

A note from Mr.M : To the inspiring readers and fans of what I wrote."Maraming Salamat po". Even to those who have heckled me, who gave me reason to write better I owe it to you in giving me a direction of where I am weak and strong.

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Author: phil_gabriel73

Literary works: Ser, A Day in the Justice League, A Gadget Worth Buying...and More!, Aling Nelia, Ang Kendi ni Perla, blackmailed (the realtor's wife), Bumigay sa Kapitbahay, diary ni millet, ipit at gipit, jenna's fetish, A Wife's Confession: Jessa, Padrasto, Taxi, Upa,...and many many more.

Q: Describe yourself
A: An introvert, chronic smoker, 80s man exploring the dark recesses of my mind and materializing those abstracts through the push of a pen or keyboard.

Q: What genre is your favorite to write?
A; Fiction and True to life

Q: When did you first realize you want to be a writer?
A: When I was in college.

Q: Do you write full-time or part-time?
A: Part-time. I write whenever I feel to write

Q: Where do your ideas come from?
A: From my imagination, experiences, and from the situations around me.

Q: What is the most challenging story you ever written?
A: I can't specify. Every story I wrote is a challenge for me.

Q:Do you ever get writer's block?
A: Yes

Q: What is the hardest thing about writing a story?
A: How to convince myself and others it is a good read

Q: What is the easiest thing about writing?
A: When you feel writing it naturally and spontaneously. From the heart.

Q: How long on average does it take you to write a story?
A: No definite timetable.

Q: Any tips on overcoming writer's block?
A: Relax. Focus on other activities.

Q: What story are you working on right now?
A: A story on blackmail and incest and prostitution.

Q: What's the most amusing experience you had in writing a story?
A: When I am able to involve my personal experience in the story

Q: Are some of your stories about your own personal experience?
A: 50% of it, yes.

Q: Any tips on writing do's and donts?
A: Don't force yourself to write. Be spontaneous but be grammar proficient.

Q: What is your favorite motto that applies to your writings?
A: "The best readers make the best writers but the best writers make the good critics.~

Q:What do you think makes a good story?
A: When readers read the story, when they like it, and when they make comments that will inspire you to write better.

Q: Which character you made is your favorite? Why?
A: None. I'm not particularly into a character right now.

Q: Do you have any suggestions to aspiring/new writers become better writer? If so, what are they?
A: Be yourself. Love and study your craft. Always ask for tips in improving your craft.

Q: What advice would you give to aspiring writers?
A: Aside from the answers in 19? None so far.

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Author: pilyangpasaway

Literary works: Hardinero, Maestra kong Chubby, Manukan nila Sir, My First SOP, Nej, PISO, CURE,
Si Manong Na Lang, Sa Liwanag ng Buwan,...and many more.

Q:Describe yourself
A: I called my self an ailen of fss... maliit pero malawak ang imahinasyon

Q: What genre is your favorite to write?
A: I used to write fiction story with a theme of romance, cheating hubby,
older to a younger one and house helpers

Q: When did you first realize you want to be a writer?
A: I dont really want to be a writer i just want to express
and share my imagination in a form of writing, di ko naman kasi ma share dito mga sketch and paintings ko :D

Q: Do you write full-time or part-time?
A: Pag ma time lang at paglumikot ang imahinasyon :D

Q: Where do your ideas come from?
A: Imagination at accidentally makarinig ng kwento mula sa mga pasahero, bumibili sa tindahan at kung saan saan... my imagination works

Q: What is the most challenging story you ever written?
A: Fic-sci na series siguro for me

Q: Do you ever get writer's block?
A: Most of the time pag madaming distraction

Q: What is the hardest thing about writing a story?
A: How to start a story na dapat very catchy sa readers even sa title pa lang dapat.

Q: What is the easiest thing about writing?
A: when you have the plot and nasa climax na ng story dirediretso na ang pagsusulat mo.

Q: How long on average does it take you to write a story?
A: If im totally free no project/work and distraction, i could finish it one day two.

Q: Any tips on overcoming writer's block?
A: Focus on you're story read it again as you never read it as my imagination works again for me to continue in writing.

Q: What story are you working on right now?
A: I have 3 pending stories which are : Si Manong na lang, Sa Manukan ni Ser and my up coming Ang Aking Kasambahay.

Q: What's the most amusing experience you had in writing a story?
A: I never thought i could write and finish a series story, im just an amature writer not well experience in writing. plus the comment i recieved wich is inspired me most.

Q: Are some of your stories about your own personal experience?
A: Most of my fiction story some part of it are based on personal experience not only mine but from others to who trusted me reveal and confess it to me.

Q: Any tips on writing do's and dont's?
A: I'm just an amateur, siguro focus sa mga character at sa plot then try to put yourself on the shoes of your character as you write. AND try to accept the comment ma pa negative man ito or positive this will improve your writing base those who read it.

Q: What is your favorite motto that applies to your writings?
A: Be on the shoe of you character as well as a reader of you work.

Q: What do you think makes a good story?
A: Even fiction can be realistic, easy to read, nice flow of story.

Q: Which character you made is your favorite? Why?
A: Si Mariel sa story na ginawa kong my 1st SOP..based kasi yun sa true story but i made a twist
on it:D

Q: Do you have any suggestions to aspiring/new writers become better writer? If so, what are they?
A: make an effort to write wag ung copy paste lang lol pwede naman mangopya ng title pero iba ang plot ng story :D

Q: What advice would you give to aspiring writers?
A: Be themselves, just express what they really want to share, and be ready sa negative and positve critics... stay humble and open sa mga suggestion ng mambabasa.

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Author: shobe.sheen

Literary works: The Fiance, Never Again, Lingering Bitterness, Zhenzheng Di Meili (True Beauty) Farewell, My Pieng Yiu,...and many more.

Q; Describe yourself
A: Sweet. Sensitive. Sensual.

Q:What genre is your favorite to write?
A: Romance, BDSM (I just gave it a try, I was just testing the waters. Then it turned out quite well so I just went on.)

Q: When did you first realize you want to be a writer?
A: When I was still in high school. While reading a certain novel, I realized I wanted to write as well. In both my high school and college years, I bacame an editor in chief. So I guess, I really want to satify my writing cravings.

Q: Do you write full-time or part-time?
A: Part-time. My hands are full right now. Busy with school requirements, ojt and my upcoming graduation. *wink*

Q: Where do your ideas come from?
A: I don't know, seriously. I guess it's free flowing. Bigla-bigla nalang may naiisip akong idea na pwedeng gawing plot. The ideas just flow spontaneously.

Q: What is the most challenging story you ever written?
A: The latest chapter of my fictional work, "The Fiance". Feeling ko kasi mahihirapan na akong sundan yun. Actually, I'm already having a hard time writing the next part. I must admit I'm the OC type. As much as possible, dapat walang mali. I am my own worst critique, so lahat ng writings ko dumadaan sa madugong editing/proof reading.

Q: Do you ever get writer's block?
A: Yes, absolutely. But I've found out that my 'writer's block' is genre-specific. I seem to be having writer's block specifically with my fiance story, but with the rest, I'm done in just a couple of hours.

Q: What is the hardest thing about writing a story?
A: With this question, I speak for my own ha? And not on behalf of all the FSS writers. Iba iba naman kasi talaga lahat and it's because we all have individual differences. For me, the hardest thing about writing is when I'm faced with my own questions: “Is my plot interesting?”, “How can I make it exciting, and most importantly, realistic?”. Ako kasi, I always see to it that my works are fabricated in a realistic way. Kasi ako mismo, nawawalan ng gana kung ang sinusulat o binabasa ko ay hindi makatotohanan yung dating. Mapa- fiction man o true story, dapat realistic parin.

Q: What is the easiest thing about writing?
A: The easiest thing about writing is the fact that you can always re-do your work to achieve its best version.

Q: How long on average does it take you to write a story?
A: Still, it depends if I'm under the enchanting spell of this potion we call “writer's block”. If I don't have one, then I'd be done writing one chapter of a story in a couple of hours tops. But if I do, ermergerd, nakakaloka. A perfect example is my fiance story. 16 days na po. 16 days na pong nakikibaka si Shobelicious sa makamandag na writer's block. Kaya sa mga magigiliw kong mambabasa na naghihintay sa part 6 ng The Fiance, pasensya na po, when writer's block hits, it hits hard. Hehe

Q: Any tips on overcoming writer's block?
A: As I've said, I'm in one heck of a genre-specific writer's block (WB) right now. My tip would not be about overcoming WB but about managing it. For me, if I would force myself to overcome WB, I would end up creating stories which are not well thought of, the kinds of stories which need scrupulous revisions. For that, I say, just wait until your mind is conditioned again. I believe that WB is your mind's blunt way of telling you that it is already exhausted and it needs a break. So be a good writer and give your mind the occasional break it deserves.

Q: What story are you working on right now?
A: Aside from my series “The Fiance”, I'm also working on a supernatural erotic story.

Q: What's the most amusing experience you had in writing a story?
A: When I was spontaneously writing my confession and I overlooked that the names I wrote were real names. Jeez, good thing was that I was able to check it multiple times. Haha

Q: Are some of your stories about your own personal experience?
A: With regards to the light exchange of dialogues, yes it's somehow patterned from my personal experiences. But with the sex scenes, juice colored! Isang malaking NO. Pasensya na po, still a noob in that field.I'm not armed with first-hand experience. I'm looking forward to writing my own sex story in the near future. *wink*

Q: Any tips on writing do's and dont's?
A: My writing do's and don'ts are just pretty simple. Basic rule is just to follow ethical standards. Here at FSS, always follow the site's ToS. Whatever happens, do not plagiarize. Besides, isn't it fulfilling to know that all your efforts in writing and battling numerous writer's block pays off when your work is appreciated by many?

Q: What is your favorite motto that applies to your writings?
A: I have coined two of my favourite mottos in writing. Mahilig lang po talagang magcoin ng kung anu- ano si Shobelicious. Mapa~words, phrases, even sentences. Hehe

A “Smart is the new sexy.” + “Intelligence is like an underwear, you should always have it but you shouldn't show it off.”
So it goes like this:

"Smart may be the new sexy but intelligence is like underwear which should always be worn yet doesn't have to be flaunted.”

Q: What do you think makes a good story?
A: For me a good story is composed of the right amount of 3Cs. Creativity. Consistency. Class.

Creativity ~ ability to make new things or think of new ideas. For me, it is very important because
without it, a story will be so dull and unappealing.

Consistency ~ harmony of parts or features to one another or a whole. I believe that a good author would not sacrifice consistency over creativity. Sometimes, in the efforts to make the literary piece so creative, consistency is being set aside and that's where the thought of the story as being unrealistic gets in.

A· Class ~ the best of its kind. Of course, class shouldn't be taken for granted it serves as your literary piece's winning edge among the rest.

( NOTE: These 3Cs, along with their corresponding explanations are generated from my own ideas. These are not plagiarized. Nag-isip po talaga ako.)

Q: Which character you made is your favorite? Why?
A: The main character of my series The Fiance, James Clyde JC Yu. He's my favourite character simply because he is my ideal man.

Q: Do you have any suggestions to aspiring/new writers become better writer? If so, what are they?
A: Aspiring writers, new writers or even the professional ones, they should never stop learning. The key to becoming a better writer is to accept that writing will always be dynamic.

Q: What advice would you give to aspiring writers?
A: Never stop writing. Use it to channel whatever feeling you have at every moment. For me, writing is a form of catharsis. Simply put, it's my own way of releasing tension. Just always bear in mind that excellent literary works or erotic writings are products of a wandering mind. So, if an aspiring writer wants to become one of the finest, he/she must allow his/her mind to wander around, to break free and avoid just going with the flow. Remember, only dead fishes go with the flow. For that, also bear in mind that there must be limitations as to where your mind wanders. Just stay on the premises wherein you know that you are secure.

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Author: somebodyuused2know

Literary works: Erotic Writer Meets Horny Reader (First Mating), Kahit Isang Saglit, My Beautiful Stranger, ONE BIG TIME NO MORE, Somebody that she used to know,...and many more.

Q: Describe yourself
A: 1. I am the anti-thesis of what most people think I am. But in my little circle of close friends, I am as real as I can get.

Q: What genre is your favorite to write?
A: Love stories lang. Wish ko lang I could write a short story ala-Sandra Brown.

Q:When did you first realize you want to be a writer?
A: When I was in Gr. 5, I was appointed Associate Editor of our school organ.

Q: Do you write full-time or part-time?
A: You mean professionally? Then neither. But I write whenever I feel like it.

Q: Where do your ideas come from?
A: From experiences.

Q: What is the most challenging story you ever written?
A: My Beautiful Stranger. T'was 90% fiction and I had to imagine the sex scenes. The ideas were overflowing they were all jumbled up :-D

Q: Do you ever get writer's block?
A: Always.

Q: What is the hardest thing about writing a story?
A: When you have the concept in mind but you just cant seem to put it into words.

Q: What is the easiest thing about writing?
A: I just feel it. Yung tipong parang ramdam ko lang sumulat at a certain time, kahit wala akong concrete idea or plot pa, but once the first sentence is completed, dire-diretso na.

Q: How long on average does it take you to write a story?
A: About an hour tops. All my stories were short, and once I've started writing one, I don't stop until it's done. Of course proofreading, editing takes some time.

Q:.Any tips on overcoming writer's block?
A: Honestly, I don't know how to, coz I just snap out of it. One tip i can give is to just take note of any idea, plot or concept that comes to mind. Then when the calling to finally make a story about those ideas arises, you can always use your notes as a start up reference or guide.

Q: What story are you working on right now?
A: Nothing. I want to write the Round 2 of Erotic Writer Meets Horny Reader, I've got ideas running in my mind, but I'm not feeling that desire, or calling to put those ideas into words yet.

Q: What's the most amusing experience you had in writing a story?
A: While writing one, none, the amusing thing/s occur always after posting it, receiving nonsense pms from shallow men who can't handle their raging libidos.

Q: Are some of your stories about your own personal experience?
A: I've answered in #5 that my ideas usually come from experiences, so yeah, almost all of my stories were incorporated with bits and pieces of my own experiences. Sadly thou, I had to make do of the few I have gained or learned hehe. Kaya yung 3 story ko halimbawa, nanggaling lang yung erotic scenes from a single experience. That's when the power of imagination steps in. :-D

Q: Any tips on writing do's and dont's?
A: Basic do's: Parang sa news writing din lang yan eh, remember the 4Ws +H, pag dun guided and story mo, mas mabilis at maayos mabuo ang structure. Hindi ka malilihis sa concept na binubuo mo kasi andun yung guiding method mo.

Q: What is your favorite motto that applies to your writings?
A: When I write, I just want to express myself, to give way to that passion every now and then. So siguro its just to express and not just to impress.

Q: What do you think makes a good story?
A: A good story is when it can evoke the emotions of its reader, yung mag-iiwan ng lasting mark sa isang makakabasa. It doesnt have to take high falutin words or an extraordinary plot to write a good story. Cliche maybe, but always, all it takes is a heart.

Q: Which character you made is your favorite? Why?
A: It would always be the character in my very first erotic story, One Time Big Time. Maybe because it was my first baby, and she was somehow a reflection of what I am.

Q: Do you have any suggestions to aspiring/new writers become better writer? If so, what are they?
A: Writing is not just another form of art, more than anything, its a passion. If one wants to write, there should always be the drive, the need to express what one has in mind and in heart. Napapag-aralan kasi ang basic writing style or methods, but you cannot learn from anywhere what's in your heart, just pour it out using the power of your mind.

Q: What advice would you give to aspiring writers?
A: Same thing with #19, if you feel it in you, then don't give up on it. Let it loose, but don't let it go. :-)

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Author: Starst1949

Literary works: come saturday, hardin sa buhangin, kristina, to roan my misspent youth,potpourri,
...ang many more.

Q: Describe yourself
A: funny, sensitve, romantic, introvert/loner by nature, loyal and generous

Q.What genre is your favorite to write?
A: erotic/romantic. taboo, wife lover, tragic and star-crossed lovers, stories with angst-filled characters

Q: When did you first realize you want to be a writer?
A:in my teens i wrote poems and essay whenever the inspiration hit me, basta darating yung mood na yun that urged me to write. Outlet ko lang ang writing and i dont take this seriously. I dont force myself to produce a story. i write when this "force" compels me, nags me to do so.

Q: Do you write full-time or part-time?
A: Just something i do when i feel like it.. its not even part time....palipas oras lang paq nasa mood at hindi busy.

Q:Where do your ideas come from?
A:observation....sa araw araw na pangyayari sa buhay ng mga tao, personal experience, having an inquisitve and imaginative mind also helps a lot. Sometimes, a germ of an idea just pops in your mind...sparked by a situation, words, books, movies...etc . You just work to develop it. your writing is limited only by your imagination.

Q: What is the most challenging story you ever written?
A: i have very few works naman pa dito...maybe hardin sa Buhangin...hindi ko matapos tapos kc taboo at saka 12 yrs old ang lalake. Eh bawal na minor...kaya bitin.

Q: Do you ever get writer's block?
A: presently, hindi pa...kasi i write only when inspired..i dont ever force myself to write...lalabas na pilit kasi.

Q:What is the hardest thing about writing a story?
A: developing a story idea..in your mind...sometimes i write the middle part..sometimes the ending scenario...whichever comes first in my mind.

Q:What is the easiest thing about writing?
A: posting it..no walang madali dito kundi prood finalizing your draft

Q: How long on average does it take you to write a story?
A:depends upon my mood.....pwedeng from 2 hours to two days....or months na ang idea an dun pa rin

Q: Any tips on overcoming writer's block?
A: do not force yourself to write if you are not inspired.. mahirap lang yan pag line of work mo yan...you have to produce pero pag hobby lang you have the luxury of time to wait for the muses to visit you and inspire you.
Q: What story are you working on right now?
A: about a very attractive man who uses woman coz he hates them as a result of a traumatic past

Q: What's the most amusing experience you had in writing a story?
A: writing erotic story sometimes makes me horny...

Q: Are some of your stories about your own personal experience?
A: some situations in "Kristina" were based on personal experience

Q: Any tips on writing do's and dont's?
A: write in the language na comportable ka. You write to express, not to impress.
use words that your target consumer will understand.

basic ang space, punctuctuations, grammar and spelling, lala na ang tenses, minsan nagpapalit palit ang tenses.

if this is not creative writing, i would say, use lots of action words, werbs to make your writing jump, roar, etc and less of adjectives. Kaya lang iba ang creative writing. Me sariling style

eliminate unnecessary words or sentences that do not contribute anything to your story
avoid deadwoods or redundancy

arrange you train of though logically

make a story line or outline as guide for cohession and organization

choice of words or DICTION..choosing the right word for correctness, clearness and effectiveness. Iba ang impact ng tamang salita, iba ag epekto, ang drama...etc

Q: What is your favorite motto that applies to your writings?
A: "The pen is mightier than my cock" In writing the sky is the limit, your fantasy is fulfilled. ha ha

Q: What do you think makes a good story?
A: if the story succeeded on its intended purpose, then for me, it is good, if the intention is to make you cry, laugh, horny, inspired or whatever ,,and succeedded, then ok yun para sa akin.....nevermind the critics' criteria for excellence.

Q: Which character you made is your favorite? Why?
A: Si Diego ng hardin sa Buhangin . Coz, bata pa, sexpert na.

Q: Do you have any suggestions to aspiring/new writers become better writer?
A: when wrting a story , picture the scenario in your mind. Para ka lang nanood ng sine at kinikwento/desribe mo sa audience mo. Pag natapos mo ang story mo..wag agad ipos Leave it be for sometime. bka may maidagdag ka pang ikagaganda nito.

Q: What advice would you give to aspiring writers?
A: this is the same as no. 19

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Author: Terean

Literary works: I was young, reality, Si kuya, Young wild and sexy

Q: Describe yourself.A
A:Slim, cute, funny and smart :)

Q: What genre is your favorite to write?
A: Fantasy

Q: When did you first realize you want to be a writer?
A: since high school

Q: Do you write full-time or part-time?
A: as a hobby

Q: Where do your ideas come from?
A: from my surroundings

Q: What is the most challenging story you ever written?
A: no challenging story yet

Q: Do you ever get writer's block?
A: yeah, whe I have my own problems

Q: What is the hardest thing about writing a story?
A: keeping it apart from you

Q: What is the easiest thing about writing?
A: have a plan already i your mind. Visualize

Q: How long on average does it take you to write a story?
A: 5 hours :)

Q: Any tips on overcoming writer's block?
A: sleep.. and relax

Q: What story are you working on right now?
A: love life :)

Q: What's the most amusing experience you had in writing a story?
A: imagining it's you in the story

Q: Are some of your stories about your own personal experience?
A: yeah. some

Q: Any tips on writing do's and dont's?
A: just know what you're writing

Q: What is your favorite motto that applies to your writings?
A: anything can happen

Q: What do you think makes a good story?
A: your own story

Q: Which character you made is your favorite? Why?
A: secret :)

Q: Do you have any suggestions to aspiring/new writers become better writer? If so, what are they?
A: try not to copy to anything. Just do your own and let it flow

Q: What advice would you give to aspiring writers?
A: Don't write if it's not your passion

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Author: The_Pirate_Marquise™

Literary Works: Ang Lihim ni Emilia, My First Time, My Home that Was, Si Season at Ako, Solstice Memoirs, The Dream That Is, Tatluhan, The Secret Affair, Ang Lalaki sa Kwento, After Thursday, Ang Regalo, Unang Eyeball sa Unang FUBU, Karugtong ng Kahapon, etc.

Plus poems (mostly are posted under the pen name, BackfromthedeadMauve)

Q: Describe yourself?
A: Silent and simple.

Q:What genre is your favorite to write?
A: At FSS, erotic stories with mature and MILF theme, reluctance, cheating husband and romance. I also write poetry and blogs.

Q: When did you first realize you want to be a writer?
A: It all started when an elementary teacher asked us to make a story out of a series of pictures she provided for us. I guess, the desire just grow and grow.

Q: Do you write full-time or part-time?
A: At FSS, I do part-time writing.

Q: Where do your ideas come from?
A: Seriously, from reading. Tambay na ako ng school library since noong Grade 1 ako and since, then, I love reading books.

Q: What is the most challenging story you ever written?
A: At FSS, lahat naman ng erotic stories, challenging for me, why? Perhaps, because of the sex scenes. I have the feeling that every new scene must outdo the previous scenes I created.

Q: Do you ever get writer's block?
A: Sa FSS, Yah, sometimes it just happened. Ang daming ideas pero pagharap ko sa pc, walang matipa ang kamay ko. How do I dealt with it? Palipasin na lang muna. Hindi ko pinipilit.

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I love to write erotic stories. I also write in Wattpad under the same name. My stories will be published soon.
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