Tuesday, February 3, 2015

The Main Attraction: Tiffany Hypnotized by Megan Wyndham

Hypnosis/mind control/exhibitionism

Michael's Synopsis:
Tiffany, her husband Heath, and a group of their friends visit a comedy club one night where the main attraction is a hypnotist with a dirty mind. Before long, they’ve all lost control of themselves, and are compelled to put on an x-rated exhibition for the crowd.

Michael's Review:
If you’re into humiliation, exhibitionism, and loss of control, this short piece should be right up your alley. The sex here is fairly light, with the story focusing mainly on Tiffany repeatedly finding herself in one embarrassing situation after another, being forced to orgasm on command and run around naked. The writing is clean with a minimum of errors, and things move along at a brisk clip.

Interview with Megan Wyndham:
What makes your book so different from all the books out there? 
There just aren't that many books that go into the idea of: "What would happen if a risque hypnotist let out ALL the stops and the participants had every sexual inhibition lifted..?"

I know I've had that fantasy ever since I first saw a black and white show on TV that showed a married couple getting hypnotized on stage...

What made you want to write erotica?
It's so easy and natural. With literature.. well, everyone knows there's no market for literature. With genre fiction, particularly sci-fi and fantasy, you have to create entire worlds. But with erotica, you can just get right into the crafting of a story that hopefully connects with people on a physical and emotional level.

Do you ever experience writer’s block?
All the time! That's when I backup and try to figure out why I'm stuck and what got me to the place that I need to fix. Normally a story flows with a certain vision and if that stops then I need to find out where the story got off track.

What was the best writing advice that someone has ever given to you?
Elaborate! I have a tendency to focus too much on what is done and what is said and not enough on what the world around the characters is doing.

Is there a genre you could never write? Which and why?
Sure -horror. Because scary things scare the hell out of me! ;)

Where do you get your ideas/inspiration for your writing?
In erotica, it's from the world around me. So far, I haven't really gone into any type of the "non-mainstream" erotica, like sasquatch sex and the like. ;) Sometimes, just the picture of a guy and a girl in a sensual pose can give me an idea on their entire story.

How did you come up with your title?
It often takes a lot of work to come up with a good title. Unlike the cliche, people DO judge books by their covers. A bad title can kill a book.I wanted to get across the idea that though Tiffany went to the comedy club to be entertained - she in fact, became, not only the entertainment, but the high light of the entire show. Thus - ""The Main Attraction"". I had thought of ""The Main Event"" but the sound of that wrestling announcers voice kept going through my head. ;)

What is your favorite thing about being an Indie writer?
Freedom. The speed at which I can get the finished product in front of readers. The control over the direction of the story and plot and seeing my vision to completion.

Do you work with an outline, or just write?
An outline. I've tried to wing it, and it can work for a one-off short story, but fact is, if you want to go into longer pursuits, if you don't have an idea of what you're writing towards, you never get there. It'd be like leaving your house to go on vacation, yet, not knowing how long you're leaving for, so you don't pack anything, and you don't know where you're going, so you don't know if you need a swimming suit or snow skis, and finally, you don't know if you need plane tickets or a full-tank of gas. It'd be insane.

A writer should know the last scene of her book before she starts so that she ensures she gets there. If things change along the way, no worries, but at least it starts getting you in the right direction.

That also goes under the question "best writing advice" too.

How hard was it to come up with characters?
The characters are easy. It's doing mean things to them and then leaving a way for them to escape and save the day/live happily ever after that's hard. ;)

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