Jade Aurora Waters has always had a terrible habit of liking literary trouble. It started with sneaking dirty books under the covers to read by flashlight when she was young. Later, she convinced her boyfriend that the sexiest form of foreplay was reading provocative synonyms from a thesaurus. Her fondness for things that made others blush continued to unfurl, and by the time she picked up Delta of Venus by Anaïs Nin, she realized her next step was writing erotica.
Jade has been penning erotic poems and stories ever since this epiphany. Sometimes, her stories are romantic and sweet; others, they are naughty and wild. But no matter the content, Jade believes in the power of erotica. It’s a genre of fantasy, desire, discovery, and truth, with stories exploring everything from lust and love, to communication, empathy, and even pain. Erotica has the ability to transform, heal, and connect not only the characters within, but those who choose to read it—and she hopes you’d like to take part in this journey when you read her stories.
Jade is the author of the Lessons in Control series published by Carina Press. Jade’s short fiction and poetry has appeared in several Cleis Press and Stupid Fish Productions anthologies, including Best Women’s Erotica of the Year, Volume 1; Hungry for More; Best Women’s Erotica 2014; Best Erotic Romance of the Year, Volume 1; The Big Book of Orgasms: 69 Sexy Stories; and The Sexy Librarian’s Dirty 30. Her work has also been included on the Cosmopolitan UK website, and has been performed on The Kiss Me Quick’s Erotica Podcast.
Want to know more about Jade? Here are a few posts to help you get started…
Jade will tell you about how she found her way back to erotica writing here, then explains her passion for the art right here. She shares the story of a beautiful, unusual relationship in her past here, then confesses many of her favorite kiss memories here. But Jade isn’t all seriousness—read a silly back story about one of her pieces here, and catch her semi-fictional adventure in Greece right here. You can also check out her free fiction online, or read her poetry on her secondary site, Poetry by Jade.