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Jade Melisande
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The "Do you write your best erotica when your sex life is good" is one I am frequently asked as well...
My publisher +Thought Catalog Books interviewed me and asked some tough questions, like "Do you write your best erotica when your sex life is booming?" as well as what I'll tell my kids about sex and lots of other questions. Hope you enjoy it and see you this Monday from 6-8 for our free book party at Sweet Revenge, 62 Carmine Street, NYC. Open bar 6-7 plus 2 dozen free cupcakes and 25 free books to the early birds! ‪#‎erotica‬ ‪#‎writing‬ ‪#‎bookparty‬ ‪#‎NYC‬ ‪#‎NewYork‬ ‪#‎thoughtcatalog‬
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Great story. I wish we could be as open as this.
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Have you had a chance to read my Juicy Sex Story? That's right, free erotica by me! "The First Time Doesn't Have to Be the Last." Check it out!
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I can't say enough how much I love this post. From the article: Most people fall into two types:

"1. The Broken Person who is unaware of their brokeness and pain and thus is fated to repeat their negative, unconscious patters until the end of their days.

"2. The Healer of Their Brokeness and Pain who is aware of their broken-heartendness and pain, but is fated to repeat their constant search for the brokeness inside of them with an obsession with “fixing” wounds (even when all wounds are gone) until their end of days."

But there is a third type:

"3. The Joyful Journeyman/Journeywoman who recognizes woundedness and brokeness when it comes up, heals it, but then returns to a state of joy whenever the healing process is done and does not seek new wounds and new brokeness to either feel or heal."

Which are you? Read the article to find out how that relates to creativity.
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