All posts by Marc Manther

Geboren 1976 in Bredstedt, Nordfriesland. Studium der Informatik an der CAU in Kiel. Arbeitet heute in der Softwareentwicklung. Lebt mit seiner Frau Sandra und den Katzen Mandu und Tharsis in einem Haus im Westen der Stadt.

The Evolution of ENF Literature: Past, Present, and Future

Embarrassed Nude Female (ENF) literature, a sub-genre of erotic fiction, has undergone significant transformations since its inception. ENF stories typically involve female characters who find themselves in awkward or embarrassing situations while nude or partially clothed. This essay will explore the evolution of ENF literature, discussing its past, present, and potential future developments. The Past: … Continue reading The Evolution of ENF Literature: Past, Present, and Future

Embracing Creativity: How to Unlock Your Inner Genius

Hey there, fellow creatives! Are you ready to dive into the wonderful world of creativity? Whether you’re an artist, writer, musician, or just someone looking to spice up your everyday life with a bit more imagination, this blog post is for you. Creativity is not just reserved for the “artsy” types – it’s a powerful … Continue reading Embracing Creativity: How to Unlock Your Inner Genius

Daphnis and Chloe: an initiation in the 2nd century

In ancient Greece, stories of love and initiation were often inextricably linked. One such story that fascinatingly combines these themes is that of Daphnis and Chloe. This tale from the 2nd century AD, written by Longus, transports us into a world of pastoral beauty and youthful innocence. But beneath the surface lies a profound tale … Continue reading Daphnis and Chloe: an initiation in the 2nd century

Write what you want to read: A guide for erotica writers

As an avid reader of erotic fiction, I was often disappointed by the lack of appealing titles on the market. I scoured various online platforms in the hope of finding a book that would really captivate me, but unfortunately my search was in vain. It wasn’t until I became an author myself that I realized … Continue reading Write what you want to read: A guide for erotica writers

Logic and believability in erotic stories

Erotic stories often rely heavily on the intensity of physical encounters between characters. However, good plot and character development are equally important in creating a compelling and enjoyable read. In fact, without logical and believable storytelling, erotic stories can fall flat and lack the emotional depth needed to truly captivate readers. In this blog post, … Continue reading Logic and believability in erotic stories

The Power of Contrasts in Erotic Fiction Writing

As an erotic writer, you probably know that captivating your readers’ imagination is crucial to the success of your stories. One way to achieve this is by incorporating contrasts into your narratives. Contrasts are effective tools that create dynamic tension, highlight differences and amplify your character’s emotions, and add depth to your stories in unimaginable … Continue reading The Power of Contrasts in Erotic Fiction Writing

Crafting Believable Characters in ENF Literature

In the world of erotic storytelling, creating a believable character is essential for drawing your readers in and keeping them engaged in your narrative. When it comes to ENF (Embarrassed Nude Female) stories, crafting a sympathetic and relatable character is even more crucial. But where do you begin? In this blog post, we’ll guide you … Continue reading Crafting Believable Characters in ENF Literature

Seduction in the cold: the sensuality of winter landscapes

Winter landscapes are often portrayed as cold, bleak and lifeless. But what if we took a closer look at the sensuality of this time of year? One element that can add a touch of eroticism to winter landscapes is snow. The way it gently falls and settles on any surface can create a magical and … Continue reading Seduction in the cold: the sensuality of winter landscapes

Coziness and Intimacy: Creating a Compelling Winter Plot

Winter is the perfect season to add a touch of intimacy and warmth to your writing. As the cold weather forces characters to spend more time indoors, the opportunity arises for them to connect on a deeper level. In this blog post, we will explore how to use this cozy winter atmosphere to create conflict … Continue reading Coziness and Intimacy: Creating a Compelling Winter Plot