I see on a lot of book blogging sites many female readers are enjoying M/M erotica. It is currently one of the fastest growing markets.
Do any of you readers out there enjoy M/M erotica? If yes why?
If you don't why?
Have you read any of it to give it a try?
I've read some. I have to say that the M/M stuff that's written by women is much more appealing to me as a woman that any M/M erotica written by a man. Something about the M/M stuff I've read by men squicks me out. Gay men have a totally different view on M/M action which is fine but for me as a woman I like a woman's point of view better. The writing is more sensual.
It's pretty much the same with straight fiction. Men and women write differently even when writing in the same genre. There are tells in the way words are phrased or the way something is described. Sometimes a simple detail will give it away.
I like reading books by women and 99% of the time I can tell when a book has been written by a man- and this is without ever looking at the author's name or any info about the writer.
What do you think? Can you tell if an author is male or female by the writing alone?
And if you have read M/M fiction do you see a big difference between male and female writers?
And since we're talking about M/M erotic and romantic fiction I'd like to introduce you to one of Fang-tastic Books sponsors for September and October- Dreamspinner Press.
Dreamspinner Press publishes only M/M fiction.
If you are a fan I would suggest checking them out- they have a pretty large selection.
Through September and October I will be showcasing some of their new releases that have a paranormal or fantasy slant to them.
I hope you enjoy. I think I'll be giving a few of the books a try and see what I'm missing.