Meet The Author: Phoebe Pearl

Phoebe is a passionate writer and loves writing erotica. She’s incredibly passionate about creating stories dealing with transgender women, sissyfication, sissy maids, sissy cuckold husbands and boyfriends, and the dominant men and women who love them for who they are.

Her stories start from her own experiences and desires. Then she tweaks, twists, and amplifies those desires and real-life experiences, adds a little spice and some of her active, wild, and kinky imagination, and she has a story for us!

Please meet the wonrderful Phoebe Pearl…

When did you start writing erotic books, and what was your inspiration for it?

I started writing erotica very early in life. There was no goal other than to express myself. It was for me—no one else. I’m an introvert, so I prefer writing to talking. In writing about my kinky thoughts, I learned about myself and grew to understand and accept my desires. Writing allowed my kinky thoughts and fantasies to see the light of day and let the genie out of the bottle. A catharsis: this is me, so deal with it. An added benefit was it gave me a way to live them safely until I figured out how to find an interested party to share them with. Since communication about one’s fantasies and desires in the kink community is essential, I had a leg up before I even lifted them over my head. And… it kept me sane—sanity is a good thing.

What was the first book that you wrote?

It was a Sci-Fi novel entitled Genesis. I have an inch stack of rejection letters.

What are your favourite stories to write?

It’s a toss-up between Sissy Cuckold and Feminization.

Do you have a writing routine?

Yep. It starts the night before. I review what I wrote and always finish with an incomplete sentence. Let it percolate. I get up at two AM. There’s something about the wee hours of the morning. Nine times out of ten, I wake up with ideas spinning around in my head. Excited to write. Sometimes I dream about it. I love those dreams, especially in the sex part of the story. Coffee and rock and roll are necessary. Then I write—no time limit. Just write till I run dry. Eat, shower, and do yoga. By the time I’m done with my yoga– I call it the freeing of the mind — I write more; if it’s a workday, off to the grind. If not… I read, watch a movie, work on my house until my mind frees again, and write more.

The cover of rekindle the romance tour by phoebe pearl.

What makes your heart race as a reader and also a writer?

As a reader, I love reading romantic thrillers. As a writer…. I love writing. Anything. I’m having a blast writing this.

What’s the secret to a strong title and great cover art?

Someday, I might figure it out.

How much of your work is based on personal experience versus fantasy?

I make all my characters up. I base none of my characters on real-life people. But…. Since I have been fortunate to have been in two long-term female-led relationships and one male-led relationship, some of the actual, shall we say, nitty gritty scenes of the short stories I have experienced.

What’s the best thing about writing erotica for you?

I have so much f***ing fun.

Sissy in pink by phoebe pearl.

What advice would you offer a writer who wants to embark on a successful erotica career?

Writers write, and we’re fortunate to live in the age of self-publishing. It’s easy to put your work out there. So write. Publish. Write and publish. Try your best to publish on a schedule: weekly, bi-weekly, whatever it is. It takes some time. It can be frustrating. Don’t worry about reviews. My most successful series also has the lowest star rating. Go figure. I will say I didn’t start seeing my short stories being read until I had about thirty published. So don’t get disappointed.

What mistakes have you made in your career, that others could avoid with this advice?

When I first started, I had a couple of books I intended to make into a series, but I was disappointed when no one read them. No one was reading much of anything I wrote at first. So, I moved on, thinking it was the story. It wasn’t. I regret that. I have gotten several emails asking me to write more of a couple of series. So, don’t get discouraged, and don’t look at that sales page. Write. Publish. Learn. Write, Publish. Learn and repeat.

Tricked into crossdressing the lesson by phoebe pearl.

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