Posy Churchgate is my pen name. I’m female, married and heterosexual.
I’ve been writing erotica for other people to read since 2016. I started writing stories and posting them on Literotica but quickly realised I wanted all the glory for myself, so created Pillow Talk fuelled by a glass of champagne at my elbow and the NYE fireworks on TV! For a while it felt like I was blogging to about 6 faithful readers who’d followed me over from Literotica. A couple of bloggers I was following gave me good advice. the most pivotal being to create a Twitter account in order to join a community and particpate in memes to publicise my work.
The contacts I’ve made through joining the sex blogging community are my lifeblood, my inspiration. I attend Eroticon to school myself to blog smarter and join in with competitions and memes to inspire myself to write better.
I continue to experiment with different genres and styles of erotic writing. I am now a contributor to other erotic platforms (Frolic Me, Bellesa). Regularly up-dating my blog Pillow Talk not only showcases my writing, but has proved very therapeutic.
I’ve always been very curious sex and how everybody else does it! I’m fascinated when I learn about kinks and what may be behind them while gaining a perspective on lifestyles others enjoy. I’m a chronic over-sharer, but it’s the ideal character trait for a blogger!
Happily married for many years, I embrace experimentation within my relationship. Reading and writing erotic fiction keeps me learning new things; something I’ve experienced is included in every scenario I create. Occasionally I discover new kinks I didn’t know I had, or techniques I wish I’d known about years ago! My firm belief is that “libido is like a muscle, use it or lose it!”
I have a long-held dream to be a writer, like my mother before me. Twitter is my friend and my downfall! I love reading posted comments or getting involved in a juicy Twitter thread, but it fuels my procrastination!
When not reading or writing, I’ll spend time with family and dogs, binge watching shows on Netflix or horror films from behind a cushion!
I do – however value my privacy and want to be respectful to my family. Any attempt to un-mask me or discover my real identity would result in me ceasing to write this blog and associated fiction.
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