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  1. Letoria

    Review Request for "Karen and Laci"

    I simply copied and pasted your example over the original. I’ve saved it to my HDD to use as a template in the future. Thank you for the clarification – and the kinder, gentler tone.
  2. Author: Letoria Title: Karen and Laci Summary: Can a 30something recently out lesbian find love with her teen daughter's troubled best friend? Feedback: greatly appreciated. Fandom: Original! Pairing: FF Rating: Adult+ Warnings: Fingering Minor1 Oral WIP Solo story or chaptered story: Chaptered URL: http://original.adult-fanfiction.org/story.php?no=600107110
  3. Letoria

    World of Letoria: Karen and Laci

    I've just posted Chapter 11 of Karen and Laci. It's been hard for me to do any writing this summer. I'm about 1/3 of the way through Chapter 15, though curiously enough I've pretty much finished the rough draft of Chapter 16. That one is one of those surprise gifts the Muses sometimes give me. It comes to me essentially complete. I'll start writing, and all of a sudden, I know exactly where its going. It's like a movie unfolding in my head. Still, the writing is coming very slowly. My real life, my day job so to speak, always has priority on my time. I've spent a lot of time in my gardens, something that gives me great pleasure and serves as my own private spiritual retreat. My wife and I have consciously decided to spend time every evening where computers and TVs are turned off and it's just the two of us. That time is taken from time that would otherwise be given over to writing. I've been friends with Insomnia for many years. She visits often, perhaps three nights a week, and when she does, I use the time to write. So, progress is slow, but it is steady. I hope everyone is having a wonderful summer. Next weekend, my wife and I are taking in a live performance of Beethoven's 9th Symphony. The day after that, we're going on vacation for a week on a Canadian island in the Bay of Fundy where we'll be off the grid and by ourselves. I hope to come back renewed, refreshed, and re-energized. In the meantime, I hope everyone enjoys Chapter 11.
  4. I'm going to use this forum thread to keep any interested readers and fans updated when I add new installments to my ongoing erotic, romantic story of love between a 35 year old businesswoman and her estranged daughter's troubled, going-on-14 best friend Laci. Once the story here at AFF has caught up with the most current chapter on my website (link below), I'll use this to give progress updates. I've just posted Chapter 10 here on AFF. I'm currently at work writing Chapters 15 and 16 -- progress is slow because summer offers so many diversions that demand my time and attention. I hope readers interested in the F/f genre from a woman's perspective will give it a chance. While the lovemaking is explicit, it's never gratuitous -- it always occurs within the context of the overarching story. The story is in fact the driving force, the erotica secondary. I appreciate any and all comments, and if they come with an email address, I'll respond directly. If not, I'll make mention here. That said, I want to thank member Kairae for his/her very kind and supportive review. It made my day. Such reviews are my (and I suspect most authors here) royalty checks. They matter.
  5. Letoria

    What Song Are You Listening To?

    "I Am A Man of Constant Sorrow" Soggy Bottom Boys,
  6. Letoria

    A Little Help -- Sexy Songs of the 70s and 80s

    Is there a studio version The live set is a bit, ummm, distorted for my tender middle age ears? Might be a little too metal for my sweet heroines
  7. Letoria

    A Little Help -- Sexy Songs of the 70s and 80s

    The dates are only points of reference, not absolute limits. Hot 'n' sexy is the prime most important thing. I tracked down the YouTube vids -- "Obsession" and "Mexican Moon" are perfect, "Cherry Pie" a bit to metal and male oriented. Thanks! They made my list.
  8. Letoria

    A Little Help -- Sexy Songs of the 70s and 80s

    I'm really pleased with the suggestions so far. I can say I'm unfamiliar with a good many of them, so the links are so very helpful. I'm going to listen to everything and see what how the songs fit into the mood I'm trying to create. I'd like to download and save the ones that work, arrange them into some sort of meaningful order, and listen to the music as I write, thus creating a mental mood that helps me keep the right atmosphere. There really is no right or wrong era. Music is already one of the important subthemes to the story. The two characters are very well developed and fleshed out by now, and the primary limitation is whether or not a given song meshes with their personalities or tastes. For example, classical music, particularly that of Mozart and Beethoven, is central to the story. The adult character is a lifelong devotee of classical music, and she's built an extensive library over the years. In a logical progression the young one Laci is picking up a genuine interest as she's exposed to it. As such, she has very clearly defined concept of what she calls Love Music.This music she's coming to associate with long, slow, romantic lovemaking. That said, there is within the story ample reference to the adult character Karen's eclectic tastes in music, including what might be classified as popular AOR. The mood I'm trying to create is one of a sweaty, sinuous, serpentine dance that inevitably builds to a scene of raw, thumping, noisy, passionate sex as opposed to slowly building romantic lovemaking. When I say "primal", I'm mostly thinking of the relentless, thudding beat one might associate with pure lust. The two examples that most clearly show what fits that bill are "Bang-a-Gong," and "Stormtrooper in Stilettos." That said, those are only examples of what reflects the mood I'm trying to create. I'm looking for anything that fits the gradually building raw, sex-for-its-own-sake encounter, regardless of the era it comes from (within reason). Some examples of what won't work are Elvis, Engleburt Humperdink lounge music, kiddie pop, most blatantly sexual stuff popular today (primarily because its superficial, pandering garbage with no heart or soul), and genres such as rap, hip-hop, etc because readers wouldn't buy them as something the characters would listen to -- plus they're genre with which I have zero familiarity. However, in the end, this is as much for me as it is the characters. If I hear it in the background, it helps me maintain the appropriate mood as I'm writing. For that reason alone, pretty much anything anyone sees as good examples of what you think fits your own personal view of music that fits and enhances the raw sexual nature of the evening are greatly appreciated. If a given song won't work for me, oh well, it won't work and won't go on the playlist, but it will have helped expose me to something I might not have discovered on my own, and that's always a good thing.
  9. Letoria

    A Little Help -- Sexy Songs of the 70s and 80s

    Yes! I knew Lou Reed had to be in there. Sadly, he was always on the back burner for me, and I missed out on a lot of great music because of it. "Suffragette..." naturally led to "Rebel, Rebel", a fantastic pair of songs to warm things up a bit, and how could I forget "Be My Lover"? That was a favorite among the red Solo cup set when I was in HS. The list has been started. Thank you!
  10. I need some help. I'm in the process of working on Chapter 15 of my erotic/romantic novel, "Karen and Laci." One of the main currents of the chapter revolves around the young protagonist stumbling across a music playlist on her older lover's home music system entitled, "Sexy Songs of the 70s and 80s", or some such (I'll come up with something better in time). The young lady is already feeling randy as hell, and as soon as she hears the music on the playlist, she knows it will fit perfectly with a scheme she is planning for later that evening. I need some suggestions on some of the hotter songs of the 70s and 80s. I'm wondering if any of you have favorites from that time period. I'm particularly interested in stuff with a really primal feel, e.g. "Bang-a-Gong" by T. Rex, "Stormtrooper in Stilettos" by Queen, "Pour Some Sugar on Me," by Def Leppard. I'm not interested in Disco or similar genres -- it not something that would work in the context of the story. It needs to lean more toward AOR from the era. Songs don't have to be especially well known, though at least familiar to a broad audience. It would be particularly helpful if the suggestions are available on YouTube so I can preview them if I'm unfamiliar with them. Most suggestions won't get mentioned -- some will, though -- but hearing good examples makes it a lot easier for me to set the appropriate mood when I'm writing about it. I came of age in the early/mid 80s, and the music of the crowd I hung with stretched back to the early 70s, but I'm drawing a blank when I try to think of more than a few songs (as mentioned above). No, I doubt it has anything to do with the potions of my misspent youth, just that thing known as getting older and -- perhaps -- a bit more insular. I'm looking for songs from the 70s and 80s because I'm not apt to be familiar with anything after that, and I can't do it justice (but by all means, if its sexy, suggest, suggest, please suggest! never mind the time period). I'd really appreciate any suggestions. Thanks!
  11. Letoria

    What Song Are You Listening To?

    Indeed it is, and it was a delight to hear again after so many years. Right now, I'm listening to Mozart's Sonata in D Major for Two Pianos, K. 448 Performers:Paavali Jumppanen, Elaine Hou. Amazing stuff
  12. Letoria

    What Song Are You Listening To?

    Melrick -- I saw your "Midnight Blue" by Lou Gramm, and my thought was, "I wonder if that's the same one I was listening to in nursing school when it first came out." I dug it up on YouTube. It's the same one. I hadn't even thought of it in decades. Thanks for the reminder.
  13. Letoria

    Password "Forgotten"/ Change

    That seemed to take care of the problem. Thank Bronxwench -- you've once again pulled my cookies out of the fire. You rock!
  14. I'm having a hell of a time trying to change my password. It's a long story involving a new Android and one of those sites that promise to always remember your passwords for you. When I went through the "Forgotten Your Password" ritual, this site me a new password that was a string of meaningless numbers and letters. Unless I write it down somewhere, there is no way I'm going to remember it, so I immediately went to the "Edit profile" section here to change the password to something I'll remember. When I went to do it, I entered the "Current password" -- that meaningless string of numbers and letter, which I luckily wrote down -- and I got this message (see attached file.) when I tried to put in my New new password, the one I'll remember. So now I'm stuck. I've wasted an hour fiddling around with this, my fuse grows shorter, and I'm at wits end. I have well over a thousand sites I have visited and might again in the future, or do visit on a regular basis, AFF being one of the latter. Each site insists on a unique, "strong" password. So I can't remember what I had for breakfast, but I'm expected to remember over a thousand "unique, strong" passwords without writing them down, and no two should be alike. Hmmmm, let's see if that's going to happen in my lifetime. Ummmm, nope. What to do now? I'm really leery of logging out and trying to log back in because of this. So, HEEEELLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLPPPPPPPPPPP!!!!!!!!!!!!
  15. Letoria

    What Song Are You Listening To?

    Ninth Symphony Beethoven BBC Proms