Stevie Woods:author of gay romantic fiction

June 23, 2007

My Website

Filed under: website,writing — Stevie Woods @ 3:57 pm

My new website is finally finished – couldn’t have done it without help of those more Net savvy than I am (still learning how to use it myself as yet) but it was uploaded today. The basic look of it hasn’t changed that much from my original idea but it’s appearance has been much improved and it looks more professional now I think.


  1. Cheers, and thanks so much!!

    Comment by swquill — June 25, 2007 @ 3:02 pm

  2. Yup, best wishes for your writing endeavours and another Happy Birthday to You! 🙂

    Comment by ceeque — June 25, 2007 @ 2:19 pm

  3. Thanks so much! Couldn’t have done it without your help *grin*.

    Cheers too for the birthday reminder!!

    Comment by swquill — June 25, 2007 @ 9:24 am

  4. Good luck and well done to get as far as you have!

    All best and HAPPY BIRTHDAY! (By the way)

    Comment by neopol — June 25, 2007 @ 8:42 am

  5. Thanks for your kind wishes, Cliff, for the website and my budding writing career.

    Is there a market for it? Certainly there is and it’s growing. Homosexuality has existed since the human race began and we can write stories around the subject in any era we choose, the possibilities are endless – not ending with the present day either, science fiction is a popular choice for gay fiction too, as is the fantasy genre. I carefully refer to myself as a romantic erotic writer because to me the relationship is what carries the story, the eroticism being a natural part of that. There is erotic fiction out there that has no need for the relationship but that applies just as strongly to ‘straight’ writing.

    Of course you are correct that writing is writing but I also believe that a writer is drawn to their particular subject, and I would hope that the western writer sticks to writing his westerns unless he really wants to explore the difficulties of being gay in the wild west.

    Comment by swquill — June 24, 2007 @ 11:21 am

  6. Well, I’ve never read gay romantic erotica or written any but I wish you all the best with your site (and your writing career). Is there much of a market for your sub-genre? I think there would are going to be grizzled scribes out there going “hmmm, wonder if a fella could make any money on this gay romance angle”. Tearing up their latest Western (written under pseudonym) or long-running fantasy/survivalist series and trying their hand at…gay erotica. Writing is writing…

    Keep putting one good word ahead of the other and may your career be long and successful.

    Comment by Cliff Burns — June 23, 2007 @ 4:08 pm

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