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Blogging A-Z Challenge – C is for…

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Blogging A-Z Challenge

Thirty Days. Twenty-six posts.

 April 1 marks the first day of the annual blogging challenge. For 26 days of April (every day except for Sunday) I’m going to have a post related to my Blogging A-Z Theme.

(This post contains adult content that may not be suitable for those under 18)

What’s my theme, you ask?

Do you really need to?

I write bedtime reading for adults, stories they can enjoy alone and with a partner. So it only makes sense that my theme is – Erotica.

I’ll be picking a word or phrase commonly associated with the literary genre of erotic. Don’t worry, these posts won’t be graphic or cringe-worthy – I’m looking to educate, information, amuse and always, entertain.

Read on!

C is for…

Cock

Penis. Prick. Dick, member, dong, rod, peter, peck. But of all the different nicknames of the male reproductive organ, cock is my most favourite.

Although ‘todger’ has its own unique charm.

In literature, it’s an easy way to determine whether you’re reading erotica or more R-rated romance. If they refer to a penis as a ‘swollen male member’ then it’s a romance novel. If they’re talking about a cock, it’s usually erotica.

In my writing, I prefer to use the term cock. It’s more personable, casual and has less negativity than dick. Do you want to call out -‘Give me your dick!’ a day after you called him a dickhead?

What your favourite name for it?

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Author: hollykerrauthor

Author of chicklit novels, Unexpecting, Coming Home, Absinthe Doesn't Make the Heart Grow Fonder and The Secret Life of Charlotte Dodd

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