Poetry, Relationships, Erotica, Sexuality, Writing and more. All my writings combined in and easier and more organized way.
If you have been following me or reading my stories, I am sure you have noticed that my writing is very diverse. It also has evolved significantly. I put together a list, an index of sorts, to make it easier for my readers to find the genre, topic, or type of writing that interest them and want to see. Where available, I only placed a link to the publication if they have a list already built with my work.
I plan to keep this updated in some way as my writing journey continues, so do visit often! And if you are on it, follow me on Twitter. Happy reading!
Stay tuned for more developments in this area. Below are the links to a couple of my first writings on Medium.
Our relationship may be partial, but my devotion is not: my view on how devotion and respect work in BDSM dynamics and relationships of all kinds and not just the exclusive, monogamous, forever-and-ever kind.
How I Came To Realize That Submission Is A Way Of Life: my first of many writings to come on submission and BDSM.
A collection of sexy tales depicted with no reservation.
Stories in MyErotica
A first part account of my exploration related to Mental Health, published in Invisible Illness.
Awakening From Emotional Trauma: an outlook on trauma and emotional abuse from a different angle.
Some self-published poems as well as one line, haiku and tanka poems, inspired by weekly prompts from publications like Chalkboard and House of Haiku.
Aging Since Joy Left
Tell Yourself the Truth
The Death of Candela
What I Could See
Winds of Freedom
Medium self-published poetry, work published outside of Medium, and last by not least, published in P.S. I Love You and Chalkboard.
If I Could Choose
In-flight Live Screening
Beauty Alters Senses
Shattered Music Box
The Secrets That You Keep
Under My Spell
When Pain Remains
When Harm Prevails
When Sorry Was Defeated
Master Of Pain
All of you
Relationships And Self
A mix of self-published and work published on P.S. I Love You and The Junction.
Dreams Teach Us To Keep The Good Alive: a story on how dreams sometimes show us the memories we want to keep and cherish.
I Wish You Half: a poem/story that strips us of the shame and guilt that arises when we are holding onto anger.
Four Seasons: the story of a friendship that evolved like the four seasons, told from the perspective of how each one of them feels and how they compared.
March 8 is International Women’s Day: my realization that no matter how far we’ve come, our fight for women’s rights and being “allowed” to hold our own and have choices will be an endless battle.
Love Fits All Boxes: a cute tale of what Love means to me and how difficult sometimes it becomes to make others understand that there’s more than one kind of Love, and more than one person to love
Do You Want To Be My Friend?: an open letter to someone I once cherished and whose friendship meant the world to me.
I can forgive…: a reflection on the ability to forgive and the positive outcomes that can come from taking the leap.
Unfinished business of the Soul: thoughts of a night in town and an interesting exchange of “Hello’s” with a stranger.
It’s not you, it’s me” Dating, breaking up and starting all over again…: thoughts on dating, relationships, breakups and what comes after that.