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FAQ

I have decided to – on occasion – answer one of the many questions asked of me.  These are often sent to my private inbox.

I have a little game going on dear readers, one I had not shared with you. Once a question has been asked the same number of times as my age – I will post the reply here on these pages.  This will be, if you will, a collection of “Frequently Asked Questions”.

  1. But…WHY?
  2. What erotic books are in your library?
  3. Are you on Facebook (Twitter)?
  4. What makes for Great Sex?
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12 Comments »

  1. Very true; the necessity to break the shackles and eradicate the demons.

    Comment by Liras | June 16, 2009 | Reply

    • Liras thank you for taking the time to comment! May I see you grace the pages of my blog again. Welcome.

      I still struggle. I still am uncertain at posting a photo of myself. What if a future employer reads my work? stalkers? It’s sad. I did have one, removed it and now sit uncertain.

      Demons abound.

      Comment by Fantasia | June 17, 2009 | Reply

  2. Well good for you girl… and, ehem, great ass 😉

    Comment by abufares | June 19, 2009 | Reply

    • I second that!! 🙂

      Comment by Silia | June 19, 2009 | Reply

      • …. not sure what to say to that! *blush*

        Comment by Fantasia | June 21, 2009

  3. At this time in history, your shared image is your invisibility cloak, You should hide your true visage because people need to satiate their hunger on what you say/write, not what you look like.

    Are your words more appealing due to their attachment to a pretty form?

    No.

    Do you words gain the patina of veracity because you are sexy, thus are entitled to write of erotic things, experience them?

    No.

    Your words stand alone. That should be enough visuals to placate the most voracious gaze.

    Comment by Liras | July 25, 2009 | Reply

  4. Liras…as you are aware…writing erotica requires a sensitive skill, but most consider this form of writing to be merely words steeped with pornographic undertones.
    Fantasia’s writing…is squarely in the erotic Erotica category…
    Erotica writers…often get a bad rap.. Erotica writers are often viewed as nymphomaniacs who lead promiscuous lifestyles, but quite often the writer of erotica is simply a poet capable of relaying the beauty of lovemaking in a pleasing and hopefully stirring manor.

    As for her hints of showing her beautiful self..it is Fantasia..showing her playful naughty side..a wicked sense of humor streak that permeates and is implicit in her writings..that she is doing here..she is not trying to accentuate the hues of her writing..she is just being playful with the reader

    Comment by disorderlybeautifulchaos | July 26, 2009 | Reply

  5. I see where you stand, Fantasia.

    And I do like playful. 🙂

    Comment by Liras | July 26, 2009 | Reply

  6. disorderlybeautifulchaos thank you for finding such a wonderful way to respond. You found the right words, placed them in the perfect sequence.
    Liras hope that clarified everything – I see it did.
    As a friend of mine once said and another reminded me just this a.m. “No one can make you feel bad about yourself without your permission”. It’s true on so many levels it’s a conversation in it’s own right.

    Comment by Fantasia Lillith | July 26, 2009 | Reply

    • Fantasia..words become seeds,,so glad to be able to sprinkle some into your fertile moist garden…..

      Comment by disorderlybeautifulchaos | July 27, 2009 | Reply

  7. Fantasia, I have often preferred the faces of the writers and authors I like to remain in hazy mist. Part of the joy of inserting myself into their stories is putting my head on the mythological body in action. [Long as it is not too nasty of a story ;)]

    But that is just me. I only want to see the faces of bloggers that I want to become friends with in RT. Otherwise, I am scrupulous about not breaching privacy.

    I like friends to be friends but I am enamored of strangers being strangers.

    Words come from the soul–that is more than enough for me.

    Comment by Liras | July 29, 2009 | Reply

    • Liras – what an interesting comment! If I read your words correctly your assumption then is that the stories are about the author and not fictional characters? When I read a novel and flip to the back and see a photo of the other that image does not become the face of the ‘hero” in the story. Not for me anyway. So I found this very interesting. I avoid using to many descriptors (you will note that except for cottage country, I never use names for example and hardly make any racial specific descriptions) precisely to give the reader the freedom to do what you describe.

      I am with you on the friends versus strangers thing. It’s why I am not on facebook (I am sure you read that!) and why I have only a very few – but very good friends. Readers and “fans” are wonderful and I have had the joy of meeting a handful of them in person. But I derive a great deal of pleasure in the anonymity associated with not knowing the face, race or even gender of that individual – basing my “image” of them purely on what they may have to say.

      Comment by Fantasia Lillith | July 30, 2009 | Reply


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