TT Tales Bio

TT Tales has been writing Erotica for 15 years, and is the winner of numerous awards. Under the name Tx Tall Tales, he is currently the #2 author at Literotica, the largest free online writing site on the internet. His stories have been downloaded over 20,000,000 times, the four different stories scoring over a million downloads. He is a four time Clitorides winner for best online erotica.

When it comes to writing Erotica, TT Tales knows how to create raving fans, and to drive your views and scores out the roof.

 

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Swipe Files for Self-Publishing Authors

The Self-Publishing Pro Writer's Secret: Swipefiles

As a self-publishing writer, you have to wear a lot of hats. You’re a writer, a marketer, a salesperson, a graphic artist, a web-designer, a blogger, and so much more. You are a creative person, thankfully, and you’ll need to use every ounce of your creativity to take your book from invisible to best-seller. Most of us writers never anticipated the need to be marketers, sales people, and bloggers. It was thrust upon us, and the learning curve is steep. If you’re a millionaire to start with, hiring experts to fill these roles is a great idea, but most of us […]

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21 Words-as-Art Beautiful Sentences

As a writer, some sentences strike me as art, words weaved together to create something beautiful. I’m not alone in this feeling, I’m sure you’ve run into the same thing, if you read or write with any regularity. Here are 21 of my favorites, in no particular order: You don’t have to live forever, you just have to live. —Natalie Babbitt, Tuck Everlasting Everything was beautiful and nothing hurt. —Kurt Vonnegut, Slaughterhouse-Five For poems are like rainbows; they escape you quickly. —Langston Hughes, The Big Sea … and the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was […]

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Using Tags on Literotica

The Naked Story Part 5 in a six part series Part 1: How to Be a Top Author on Literotica Part 2: Luring in the Reader – Titles and Descriptions Part 3: Your Most Important Decision – Categories Part 4: Formatting Your Story on Literotica Part 5: Using Tags on Literotica – The Naked Story Literotica provides only a few methods of letting the reader know a little about the contents of your story. The Title A Description The Category Tags Literotica requires you to select a category, and to provide a title and description. Admittedly, the category can be incorrect, as […]

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How to Use TwitterFor Authors

Twitter for Authors Infographic

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Naked Reviews

How to Write A Review

Here’s some pointers to writing a review for Writerotica or anyone else for that matter. 1) Describe the book in a couple of sentences Avoid spoilers or plot twists. In general, give no details about the second half of the book. If part of a series, mention it, and whether it can stand alone, or needs to be read in context. 2) Discuss what you Enjoyed Focus on your thoughts and feelings about the story and the way it was told. Try answering some questions: Who was your favorite character, and why? Did the characters feel fully developed? Did the […]

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YourFollowers

7 Keys to Twitter: #2-4 Following

Part 1 of a 4 part series Part 1: Engage Part 2: Follow, FollowBack, UnFollow Part 3: Organize and Analyze Part 4: Integrate If you follow the rules of Twitter engagement, you are someone worthy to follow. People who see your posts will start following, to see what you’re going to do next. You will slowly grow your followers. Too slowly for our purposes. I doubt you’re willing to wait years. Twitter Following is a simple process. Follow people, and a certain percentage will follow you back. Under 10% for most people. For strong engagers, the number is closer to 20%. If you are careful […]

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7 Keys to Twitter: #1 Engage

Part 1 of a 4 part series Part 1: Engage Part 2: Follow, Follow Back, UnFollow Part 3: Organize and Analyze Part 4: Tweet Better There’s a post going around twitter by @mistersalesman that does a remarkably good job of highlighting the essentials of growing your Twitter account. It covers most of the basics, and with a little expansion can serve as the basis of any Author’s Twitter business plan. It’s a six point plan, that encapsulates the most important part of growing your followers. It’s about growing your followers, but there’s more to Twitter than that. Twitter is an excellent […]

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The 3 Secrets to Becoming a Writer

I’ve read dozens, perhaps hundreds of things you need to know to become a writer. Everything from don’t lose your confidence, to writing for an hour a day. I write. I write a lot. My friends are writers. Good writers. Award winning writers. My workshop friends have hundreds of published books, foreign country versions, movie rights sold. Bestsellers. They all have three things in common I believe are the essential ‘habits’ you must have to be successful as a Writer. 1) Write. Get it down. Take chances. It may be bad, but it’s the only way you can do anything […]

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A Novel Writer's Checklist

There’s so much to do when coming out with a new novel, that somethings things fall by the wayside. I have an excel spreadsheet I work with, to at least attempt to stay on track. Here’s a checklist of things you’ll want to do (or at least consider) on the way to publishing your eBook. You can download a printable copy of the checklist. Edit Content This is a read through for continuity, checking names, times, locations, plot holes, etc. It’s great if you can get a peer to edit at this time. Even better if you can hire an […]

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The Power of Branding words and a brand iron to illustrate trust, loyalty, identity and marketing awareness

The 5 Essential Elements of Your Brand

It’s all the rage. The author brand. Go to any conference, any convention, and you’ll hear about brands. There’s a good reason for that. Your brand is essential to your success. It is how you are perceived. It’s the words and images associated with you and your books, and the emotions and feelings your name and your work trigger. “Brand: Is not a logo, not what it looks like when I look at your product. A Brand is a shortcut, it’s a shortcut for all the expectations I have for what you’re about to do for me. It’s a shortcut […]

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