Welcome to day 15 of the 2nd Annual Spanking A to Z blog challenge–we’re at the mid-point! Throughout June, spanking fiction authors will post a blog corresponding to a different letter of the alphabet, beginning with A and ending with Z. Many of the blogs, including mine, will focus on some aspect of spanking and/or the authors’ books, but you’ll also run across many random, but fun topics.
O is for the Big O:
Some of these verbs for orgasm pair with nouns (A climax ripped through her) or can be used alone (She climaxed). Others describe physiological responses to show rather than tell one is experiencing an orgasm.
- Blaze (all the fire words)
- Come (Often in erotic romance, come is the verb; cum is the noun for the secretion. This varies by publisher.
- Contract (muscles, walls, channels, etc.)
- Empty onesself
- Get off
- Spew (cum)
- Spin (spin out of control, head spins, etc.)
- Squirt (most often used to describe female orgasm resulting from G-spot manipulation)
Naughty Words for Nice Writers is packed with more than 1,200 usable, functional synonyms geared for romance, erotic romance, and erotica. Included are 28 different “erotic word lists” such as male and female anatomy, foreplay, orgasm, specific sexual acts and kink, sexual noises, spanking terminology, and much more. The guide offers suggestions on how to write a sex scene and how to tighten your writing so it sings. With an emphasis on verbs, this guide will help you “show” the intimacy between your characters rather than tell it. Whether you’re writing a “fade to black” scene or a graphic and explicit one, Naughty Words for Nice Writers will give you the words.