About

I write explicit erotic fiction, often with a BDSM element.

I was born in Chicago in the 80s (no, I’m not telling you what year – a girl has to have some secrets).

I was always a bit of a wild child. My stories are mostly about good girls who end up submitting to dominant, older men. (Autobiographical? Who, me?)

I try to write my sex raunchy, and make the situations and characters believable. For me, if there’s no build-up, or I read something and think, “But, he/she wouldn’t do that!” then it kills the experience.

I write about encounters and situations that turn me on and get me hot. Some of them are (loosely) based on things that really happened, others are based on things I only wish had happened!

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16 Responses to About

  1. Scott says:

    Any more “for Daddy” coming? Yes this particular subject and specific story line does cause a stirring so to speak. And your particular vantage point makes it all that much more erotic for me. You seem to cover both male and female points of view perfectly, with out the excessively, shall I say, profane, aspect that most male authors bring into their writing. Being dirty and nasty doesnt need to be profane to be extremely hot. It’s like having hot and dirty sex with some one you really care about,as opposed to a zipless fuck, you get to cum either way but it just isnt the same.

    • imogenlinn says:

      Thanks so much for the feedback.

      I do have an idea for another “for Daddy” story, but it’s not quite fully formed yet. I’m a bit worried that there isn’t enough tension between Carl and Stacy anymore, to sustain another story. But, knowing that people are anxious to read another one is just the incentive I need to find a way to make it work!

  2. breiningb says:

    Caroline and Melody are my two favorite characters and cannot wait for new installments in each series! Please, keep that imagination going and keep these stories cumming!

    • imogenlinn says:

      Thanks so much for the kind words, they mean a lot.

      Don’t worry, both Caroline and Melody have lots more adventures in store. I’ll get them written as quickly as I can.

      — Im xx

  3. Willy says:

    Just discovered Melody in iBooks. Have been reading a new installment everyday this week. Cant wait to see what see what happens with her next.

    • imogenlinn says:

      Thank you so much for the lovely feedback. I’m planning a new Melody story, but I can’t give you a deadline yet. I’ll announce it here and on Twitter, when it’s ready.

      — Im xx

  4. kfbknockedup2013(omg--that name just filled itself in...weird! keeping it because its that strange) says:

    First, I’m a big reader. I then wrote some stuff. I did a little beta reading to give back. The latter was painful because a great many Indy writers…well, the reading there can be tough going. I randomly stumbled upon the first in the Melody series. I’m not big into that kind of kink, but found your writing extremely engaging. Actually, you’re writing style was the only reason I read more into the series. My point–because yes, this is a lead up–is that I’m sure you’ve noticed that there are a whole lot of FSOG knock-offs out there at the moment. Filling a demand, the better writers are making a killing. None write so well as you (obviously including the original), and none have such a fascinating take on the subject matter. Just saying–maybe shoot out a full length deal. I’d love to see a book of yours rock the charts. I generally shy away from Indy writers, but your name has stuck with me. So…just throwing that out there…

    • imogenlinn says:

      Thank you so much for the kind words. It really does mean a lot. I’ve been in a bit of a writing slump, recently, but I do have some more stories coming out soon. I have thought about writing longer works, and I will probably do so if a story grabs hold of me – they do that, from time to time…if I’m lucky. Thanks again.

      — Im xx

  5. Kari Wray says:

    I agree with the above poster! Your writing is absolutely fantastic – by far the best, and hottest smut I’ve read. You’re a real influence on my writing, you know! Looking forward to your new stuff. And I think if you wrote a novel, you could really kill it. Kari x

    • imogenlinn says:

      Thanks, Kari. That’s so sweet of you to say. As an author yourself, I’m sure you know just what a great feeling it is to get such lovely feedback from readers. It really means a lot to me.

      — Im xx

  6. Vortex says:

    Thanks for your unwavering commitment to erotica. A unique genre that only a very unique group of people truly understand its true beauty ~ the gifted of the sexually minded. I celebrate everyday that writers like yourself can advance the sexxxual creative everyday. Continue to cultivate the lust!!

  7. Frank Redmont says:

    You’ve been quiet for almost a year. Have you retired from writing erotica? Are you OK? As a fan, I’m not sure if I ought to be disappointed or concerned. Thanks for all the stories you’vepublished. Hope that you’re able to resume writing and publishing soon.

    • imogenlinn says:

      Hi Frank

      Thanks so much for getting in touch – it really means a lot. I’m sorry I’ve been quiet for far too long. I did have some personal stuff to deal with, which meant I couldn’t write for a while. But, that was some time ago. I am finding it quite difficult to get back into writing properly, but I am working on it, and this kind of feedback from fans like you is exactly what I need to get properly motivated. So, thank you again and I hope to have more stories for you, soon.

      — Im xx

  8. Dave says:

    I like quite a few of the principles that you say drive your writing I think our minds could connect…
    Wondering if the series about Caroline or the books beyond the 4th of Melody will be offered as a collection at any time in the future, near or otherwise… I’ve just finished reading the first book of Melody and loved it. Style detail everything. I would say true erotica is somewhat like the soap operas on TV, with all the true-to-story sex left in! That’s why “porn falls flat so easily, like you said, if there’s no “WHY”, then the rest doesn’t really matter, never mind you shouldn’t have every sex scene follow an exact format or formula, lame! Porn isn’t compelling, erotica IS!

    Hope to read many more of your books!

    Pictures, and some other things tend to give me ideas as well, for instance the grey-greenish picture of the “20s-’40sish” secretary/typist w/the man standing over the typewriter (on the blog page) gave me the idea of a writer dictating an erotic novel for her to type for him, not realizing he’s writing it specifically FOR her, everything that happens in the story is what he wants, and intends on doing to her… and before the second chapter is done she realizes she’s reacting to the story, and jealous of the heroin in the story (etc.). A lovely and wicked plot in the making, that’s how my mind works, like you, a simple idea that just starts rolling, and picks up speed and girth like a snowball rolling down hill…

  9. Alejandro says:

    Is there going to be another Part 2 in the Amber-Jason-Daddy series – The first one was just amazing and excellent … to say the least… Truly fantastic — LOVE how you actually really paint the characters and that they ARE Believable instead of just throw them into the sexual part without any build up what so ever.

    I think these two characters NEED at least ONE or TWO more Parts to finish off the series!

    It was just too damn good.

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