Why Did You Choose to Selfpublish Instead of Taking The Traditional Route?
I decided to self-publish for a couple of reasons. (1) The challenge to see if I could do it and the sense of accomplishment it gave me from doing the entire project. (2) For a relatively new author, getting a publisher to accept you is a difficult process. (3) With a publisher the time it takes is extremely long.
Did You Set Out To Become an Author as Your Main Profession?
No, I'm an engineer by day and a smut writer at night. As someone who has always enjoyed reading erotic stories, one day it struck me that I could do that. Initially it was a challenge to see if I could do it, then I realized that I enjoyed it and think I'm reasonably good at it. We are swingers and are often involved in wild parties. Writing gives me the opportunity to take experiences I've had and transform them into a eStory.
Which Authors Have Inspired You The Most?
Selena Kitt is my favorite erotic writer as she writes graphic novels, which are well done and exciting. Her stories are always full of action just like my own and the reader doesn't have to read 50 pages to find sex scenes, they are on virtually every page.
Tell Us About Something You've Published Recently.
Cuckolding: A Hotwife is Born" is one of the stories I've done about women who cuckold their husband and are a "hotwife". The story is about a happily married couple and the wife is led astray by the MILF hotwife who lives next door. As she is sucked into the action, her husband is shocked at first but later finds that her extra curricular activities with young men really turns him on.
What Is Your Favorite Part of This Book, and Why Do You Think Readers Will Enjoy It?
When the husband comes home to find his wife and the next door neighbor in bed with two young men. He gets to sit and watch the action and for the first time sees what his wife has been up to for real.
Where Do You See Self-Publishing Going In The Future?
I think the traditional role of a publisher will slowly go the way of the dinosaur. With the instant availability of electronic books, much of the need for the publisher's resources are no longer needed. Certainly they will be around for a long time but I feel that their role in publishing will be greatly altered.
Who Designed Your Cover Art?
I did as I've had a lot of experience designing newsletter layouts and commercial ads.
My website is: http://LarryArcher.com. If you have any questions, please let me know.