2. Are your stories based on experience?
I guess this is a varied version of question 1, but altogether more insulting. Luckily I’m not easily offended and therefore the question merely makes me laugh and/or roll my eyes. You see, I’ve written a lot of stories. Nowhere near as many as my writer buddies Portia Da Costa, Janine Ashbless and Saskia Walker, but still – a fair few.
Now, realistically speaking, how would I possibly have the time to do all these things I write about? If I had in fact done the deed on an army base; tackled not one, but two hunky builders at once and had a sex change in order to have sex with my female teacher, do you think I’d have the time to write about it all? No, I didn’t think so.
So, in answer to the question, no they’re not. It may be that I like a man in uniform and so develop a story around a character I created, but that’s as far as it goes. It’s all fantasy, whether it be my fantasies or those of other people. As long as people are enjoying reading my stories, who cares where the ideas come from?
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