Here’s a fun (albeit rather NSFW) variation on an author blog: For the last decade, Sage Vivant (left) has been writing personalized erotic stories for clients as Custom Erotica Source. At the Amalgamated Erotica Corp. blog, however, she pretends that there’s a whole factory-like operation behind the stories, introducing readers to the “staff”—most of whom are, in real life, erotica writers themselves (and have, in some cases, developed content for CES). Remember: This is a blog for an erotic story development company, so if you follow the link, don’t blame me if any of the content shocks or scandalizes you.
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