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Pornography isn't always visual. For many people, the hottest porn of all is to be read rather than watched - and erotica is huge business. There are plenty of specialised publishers putting erotica out, so whatever your tastes you'll be able to find erotica that works brilliantly for you. Just don't be afraid to shop around a little before finding an author you love - everyone has their own style, and there's something out there to get you going if only you can find it! Have a look through some free samples to find an author you like, and then see if there are any other authors they recommend as similar to them.

How can erotica spice up your relationship?

Maybe you’re looking to try something new, you read something or saw something that got the kinky gears moving in your head. Adult stories are an excellent way to explore that with your partner(s)! They bring the fantasy and #kinktastic action right to your dungeon or bedroom. Sexy stories about BDSM and fetish are great ways to get the conversation going, especially if you’re in a relationship where one partner is new to kink or still living in the vanilla world. It opens up the conversation about kink in a fun and sexy way. At the very least it’ll get you talking about new things and who knows maybe you’ll have found what you’re looking for!

Erotic fiction can also be perfect for long distance relationships and assignments for submissives. There are endless ways to play and draw inspiration from these books so use your imagination, for a bit of dirty talk or just to spice things up a bit.

Top 7 BDSM erotica books

Here is where we’d like to call out the epic fail that is the ’50 Shades of Grey’ phenomenon. In no way, shape or form do these books or films exhibit a healthy BDSM relationship, and while yes it is fiction and should be taken as such, the effect it has created is a bit disappointing. So here we’d like to take the opportunity to present you with some quality Literotica: a few classics, a couple of new ones, and all light years better than the aforementioned grey zone. Enjoy kinksters!

1. Juliette by Marquis de Sade
2. Lady Chatterley’s Lover by D.H. Lawrence
3. The Story of O by Pauline Reage
4. Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov
5. Delta of Venus by Anais Nin
6. The Sleeping Beauty Series by A.N. Roquelaure
7. Exit to Eden by Anne Rampling (a.k.a. Anne Rice)

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