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Why is your pricing not based on word count?
Here’s a secret: you don’t actually care about the word count. A 3,000 word story can be mostly filler. A 1,000 word story can be the hottest thing you’ve ever read. As a porn writer, I don’t deliver words, I deliver experiences.
So why charge by word count? I went through all my work and found that my stories fit in one of three categories:
- Taste Tester: A short and intense scene, no setup, no resolution.
- Nose to Tail: A medium length story focused on getting the characters through a scene or idea. Usually has a beginning, big climax, and end.
- Long and Thick: A long-short-story or novelette length work where the characters act out their motivations across multiple scenes. You definitely a sense of an arc for these.
That still doesn’t make sense.
Think of it as the Sketch -> Flat Shade -> Full Render pricing scheme by most artists. You’re paying for the outcome depending on the type of story you want. Not the number of words.
Fine, but how many words can I expect?
Historically, for Taste Tester, between 1,000-2,500.
For the Nose to Tail, 2,500-5,000.
For the Long and Thick, 5,000-10,000.
But keep in mind these are estimates, not guarantees. It could be over or under. I guarantee fun, not word count.
Okay. Tell me about your guarantee.
Until-U-Cum Guarantee: I’m not happy until you’re happy. AKA I’m not happy until you’re sexually satisfied. This means you get unlimited revisions and rewrites until you’re satisfied. Or 100% of your money back at any time.
Can I read some examples?
Sure. Click any of these links.
How do I pay?
PayPal is preferred. Willing to use other methods if necessary. I’ll work with you on a payment plan for the bigger packages.
What if I want a longer piece? A novel series?
You’re gonna have to DM me for that. I rarely accept pieces longer than novelettes (ie: single motivation, single arc, no more than 2 POV characters). If you really want to read something longer, let me know and we can work something out.