I really just discovered your writing today and must say that I am very happy to have found this bio. It certainly explains why your works are so readable. You are a terrific writer and I can hardly wait to get home from work tomorrow to read another of your stories.
I've encountered BostonFictionWriter frequently in the past and admired him for his erudition. A few minutes ago I underwent the sobering experience of reading that Susan Jill Parker is the real name of BostonFictionWriter and that, contrary to my hasty assumptions, she is all woman. After reading the story, I am, but for these few words, speechless. Perhaps “stunned” mixed with “excitement” would be more apt. I'm going to have to ponder what I have just read before I can continue . . .
As you already know I really enjoy your writing and you make many good points. I have responded to many stories of yours and other writers but will make it a habit to respond to most.
is sad. It's troubling to read about your misfortunes and hope that life is kinder in the future.
Thank you for your stories.
I give it FIVE stars. :+))
Thanks for sharing.
Having now read where you are coming from, I find I can get more of a feeling for your stories and the reason for some of the more lengthy dialogues and characters' self-expressed thoughts.
I do get pee'd off with poor grammar, but have noticed very few errors in your stories - perhaps one of the reasons I find your stories among the more enjoyable on this site.
Keep your spirits up, as well as your writing.
Thank you "muchly"
I am no writer, but reading stories on this site gives me an insight into the minds of people. You have done that for me and more: you have written beautiful stories and now I simply have to go discover your other stories!
Thanks for the insight. I guess I always assumed that impressive writers had impressive followings. I'm glad you have followed your dreams of writing. I love to write and have "written" a lot of stories for my kids. Have often thought about submitting here, just never felt I had enough talent. You obviously do have talent. Keep it up and maybe someday we can converse more.
Thanks for sharing all these years!
Five star article. Suffering has its bright side because it makes a writer more sensitive to the joys and tribulations of his or her fellow beings. Sad but true. Keep up the good work.
I have read your stories and have registered on the Literotica site after reading "Who is the Writer." I was born and raised near the Susquehanna River but after college moved on and now work in Florida. I can feel your pain since I remember Hurricane Agnes from years ago, and just last year toured the Susquehanna Valley to see the flood damage there.
Your stories are erotic in a way that everyone can visualize themselves in the room while the events are taking place. I look forward to your next submission.
I enjoyed your bio-story. It's enlightening to know more about the author of so many good stories. Your appeal to us to vote and comment was intelligent, if slightly over-length. I'm a generation or two older than you, and found this site, initially, for it's content. By the way, this site has more well-written stories than many others on the internet. However, I've stayed around because there are many good authors I can study. Their different styles, approaches, etc. are varied enough to make comparison / contrast easy and educational. If you haven't guessed by now, I am interested in learning more about the craft of story-telling. I have lived through many adventures that I want to put down in writing for my heirs and others to enjoy. Keep giving us 'amateurs' excellent material to use as models of how things should be done.
I read nearly all of what BostonFictionWriter wrote and lke most of it. I read a lot on your page in here. I do not care to read about willing cuckolds, I realize there are those that are so inclined but I just don't like to read about them. I have known a few. I also do not care for interracial sex between black males and white women, shades of my childhood prejudices, I guess and I avoid most gay male stories. I have several close relatives that are gay and I love them all but I avoid those stories, too. An occasional blow job between males does not offend me but the whole gay thing I don't care to read about. My physician is gay, we kid around a lot, he has been caring for me for about 12 years or longer. I always give a five star rating just for the writer's effort. I rarely pan the stories unless they get the character's names mixed up and call John, Paul and then get it right two paragraphs later but do it again in the next chapter. Pure carelessness and lack of concentration. Incest stories are my favorite, mother/son, brother/sister, mother/daughter, father/daughter in that order. I don't favorite a lot of stories but do so fairly often. Since I am old and read a lot-lot and am a voracious reader and tend to overlook a few words used wrong, problems with tense, mispellings, poor punctuation. As long as the gist is there and it is not too bad I rate it either a five, if I don't like it I just do not rate it. I think I have given a bad rating about once a year, if I don't liuke the story I just don't rate it and enter a comment telling the author what caused me to not rate it. I never insult the writers. I thought that one 20 chapter epic of yours should have been abouyt 10-12 chapters, you could have just made the chapters longer and it would have been a better story. We all knew he was going to end up screwing his mom, it just dragged along although it was super well-written. I will follow you now since I have read your story, I am sorry you had a rough time with the flood and everything. We always had it close while our children were growing up and we struyggle under retirement but we only drew food stamps one time for three months about 1981. Good luck to you, please keep writing. I used to proofread a little but lost my computer and WORD, one for Baron de Sade and one for another writer.
...but I was not able to rate what I read on this submission. There were no stars even after reloading the page numerous times. Oh well! Lo siento, amiga.
I enjoyed learning some insight to one of my newly favored writers. I also remember from long ago WmForrester. Now I will seek all your aliases so that I might read as much of your 6m words. ;-)
To answer the question about why people are not rating your stories, besides my recent problem is that my droid phone, rating stories is NOT an option. If I remember to jump on this old dinosaur, I usually rate those stories that have touched me the most. And I think like yourself, I don't care for the "wham bam" stories. I NEED to know the inner struggles, the psyche of the characters. It's why I went into this field. I LOVE knowing what a person is thinking, feeling, and why. I love the back story when worked in properly.
I hope this feedback has made your lovely smile that much more glowing.
You've lived an interesting life. I'm pretty sure that I've enjoyed some of your BostonFictionWriter stories, but haven't yet read any SJP stories, except this very thought provoking essay which I really enjoyed.
I read this after reading part one of your mom nude day story. I found you bio clear and interesting. I wanted to know more about the author. (I have never sent anyone a photo of my penis, as it seemed a little off putting). I will be interested in reading your work and maybe dropping you a note or two.
I'm a new author on this site. Unlike you I wrote all through college and postgrad, then decided I didn't want to be locked in, so to speak, of having to publish to make a living. So, my life took a direction away from writing. I understand, wholeheartedly how you feel, although I only have one little "fuck me " piece posted so far. I know my audience may change with upcoming stories, but if it weren't for the positive feedback and encouraging words I might not have even sat down to write again. Although humbled by the number of hits my piece has gotten (9000+ in three days!) I do get discouraged by the very small percentage (< 0.5%!!!)of readers who voted or commented. As writers on this venue, however, you have to realize that public comments and "voting" are probably the last activities on their minds after reading.
Very open and honest Susan. I have read some of your work and enjoyed all I've read. I plan to read all of your work on here eventually. Your character development and storytelling is simply superb.
We have lots in common [poor/homeless at one time] and would be honored if I could get to know even more about you. If you want to know about me please check my profile here [ I have written 3 stories here before publishing 2 novels.] or on the am pic feedback section or message me.
Thanks for being you and for this open essay on your life.
I send you a dozen virtual roses in thanks and a wish that you keep writing.
I would have given it a 5 but alas, I cannot because there are no stars. There is no voting option for this essay. The same goes for "Collecting bottles, cans and friends" in the earth day contest. I liked your story then but had no option to vote on it. Does the moderator of this site have a grudge against you? Or maybe there is an occasional problem with your submission process. As to your broader question about why people do not vote, it could be they abandon the story before the end. I will quickly judge a story in the first few paragraphs. If it is not well written or the premise does not interest me I move on to something else. Another possibility is people do not trust web sites enough to take any direct action that may expose them to tracking or spam.
Why do even fewer people comment? Again, paranoia about tracking and spam and personal identification. Look at current events with CIA director and realize that there is no such thing as anonymous on the Internet. I always use my ID on this site because I am ego driven and not concerned who knows I read these stories. Other people may not be as arrogant as me and may be embarrassed by reading erotica.
One additional reason to not comment, it is too damn hard. I am using an IPad to read the stories and it is a pain in the ass to type in text. I assume an android tablet or smartphone would be just a bad.
In regards to your other pen names, I am surprised that you were SuperHeroRalph. I did not care for the stories (usually in contests) that you wrote then. However, I do like your writing as SJP. Why?
Having read you essay I will in the future vote (if the option exists) and to comment. Good luck with your writing and I hope that you find a way to make a living from it.
i have read alot of your stories including this one before but could not remember what other author names you had used,hence why i came back to this one.having just finished reading collecting bottles cans and friends and reading this one i was just wondering did you get left those houses or was that fictional like the sex parts?
keep up the writing as i love how you draw your readers into the story,plus the stories are great to read.
YOU SEEM TO HAVE A WAY WITH WORDS, I HAVE READ MANY STORIES BY MANY WRITERS. AND MAY I SAY YOURS ARE TOP SHELF. WHERE DO YOU GET YOUR IDEAS FROM ? SOME SEEM TO COME FROM LIFE ITSELF, COULD THIS BE TRUE ? DO YOU HAVE THESE KINDS OF FANTASIES FOR REAL.. I'AM A FAN AND WILL BE TO THE END. PLEASE KEEP YOUR STYLE AND FORM GOING, FOR THE NEXT GROUP OF YOUNG READERS TO ENJOY. AS ALWAYS A FAN........LAROC OF AGES...............................PS.. YOUR PICTURES IS QUITE NICE
Good morning Susan…
WOW, what a surprise… to read “Who is this Writer…?” I learned so much about you and want to thank you for being so transparent. There is so much I want to share, that I do not know where to start. I think possibly, I will choose to send you an e-mail, for my more personal comments.
I must say you are a great communicator and I am literally thrilled and I guess honored, but mostly thrilled to be reading erotica written with someone of your education background and writing aptitude. I am sure that this is just a beginning of a long reading journey, as I continue to explore most, if not all of your many contributions to the Literotica “family”.
It seems that we all are a little perverted and find Literotica to be a place to explore our sexual prowess and experience pleasure that most of us have not been able to enjoy… only in our minds.
For me, it is wonderful, at least I expect it to be wonderful, to experience your sexual activity and live them through you as I pleasure myself – and I doubt that comment needs explanation, so I will not insult your intelligence by giving my “details”… at least not at this time, unless you want details of my pleasure from your works of written erotic art.
Let me share a couple of observations re: comments and people reading your erotic literature. I cannot speak for others, but I can address this area from my perspective. Since I have “discovered” you on the website, I have spent several hours frantically reading as much as I can, in a short period of time.
I read at home when I can, without getting “caught”, which is usually after 10 pm, Central time until early morning hours. I also read during my lunch breaks – which includes both in conference room at work and is fast food restaurants that have Wi-Fi.
I read in the morning before work as I eat breakfast, or I get dressed, but only have minutes to read. I take my notebook and while watching TV with wife, I am reading… sometimes, I even take my tablet into the bathroom and devour sex literature…
I definitely have a burning, strong sex propensity. And I love to be turned on just as you I believe like to turn on your readers… which I expect to experience many times over “with you and your writings”. I crave sex at least once a day – but for various reasons, it is not with my wife, which at some point I will possibly explain – 40+ years of marriage and sex is empty, routine… no – non-existent, how sad. A great friend, but a terrible lover, which is really too kind a term re: love and sex.
This often means because of time or because I am so sexually hungry, I either do not finish reading or I want to read so much in a short period of time, looking for that “Ms Parker” event that I can live with you while I read your story and “get off or at least really aroused”. It’s like a kid in a candy store – there are so many choices and I want to “taste” [yes I choose that word by design – so I am going to use it again…] – T A S T E it all. It is like a restaurant buffet, with a feast for all the patrons – a smorgasbord… I just want to feast on your sexual experiences.
So to the point, I have come back to your stories several times for many and varied reasons. One – I did not have time to finish, so I returned, maybe several times before I finished… Note: and at this point in time, I have only finished this one – and I am commenting… By the way, I would love to rate this, but there are no stars… I would give it a 4.8 if I could and yes, I know, I can only score: 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5. I also love to make public comments and I enjoy taking a story and adding comments throughout the story and send it to the author. Perhaps, I will do that with your stories…
That means that I may visit your story several times before I finish reading it because of time restraints or sexual desire. Therefore, statistics re: number of hits and comments, maybe a “little” skewed. However, I also read the comments and I see the number of hits a story has along with the number of comments and I concede – you are correct, there are far more hits than comments.
My observation has also been that many of the comments are not even humane – very inconsiderate, selfish, thoughtless, cruel… I am amazed at people’s insensitivity – However, since I suppose most comments are made by men – it really is not that surprising.
While, I want to share much more, for now, let me say, I so appreciate you sharing about your life, your appearance, your “body” and of course your pic on your bio. The only thing that could top what your wrote would be to meet you, hear your voice, watch your facial expression, admire your professional attire or casual dress, see your hands, your feet, your jewelry… your scent – Mmm, that is a turn on… go to dinner or a play or a walk on the beach or… But, we know that cannot happen, so I will continue to enjoy the visual pictures that you have painted.
In conclusion, I love to read women authors, first. I especially enjoy reading women who can express themselves, using language that is not the kind written on a men’s rest room stall… words that challenge me and may even cause me to have my online dictionary open… sophisticated, educated, classy communication… And of course, I am a typical male, I love the use of the “gutter” talk too, fuck, cunt, dick, cock… When this mix and use of the English language is done effectively, it gives me a sexual rush. It sucks me into the “tryst” or the adultery or the immorality, or the wanton sex or the licentious, erotic event… I guess you get my point.
You now have a new fan in central Texas… and I am sure you will hear from me again soon… but for now, I have not had my sexual release for today and I did not get it on Wednesday – so it’s time to be selfish and release my love juices. I am counting on your writing love to release me this morning. I am reading why you write “incest erotica” so I may have chosen one that is informative, but maybe not a “climaxing” type of read. As I read this – and I have already started earlier this evening – I have some incest experiences in my life also, that I may share with you, although none were forced or non-consensual.
Continue to share… and I will continue to read… and hopefully on some level we both will experience pleasure and enjoy the wonders of sex, even if it is a jaded form of sexual release.
Chuck, ClitNinja, Texas
By the way – I would like to change my “Literotica membership name” – can you tell me how to do that. I have been on my member account and I cannot determine how to make this change or if I am allowed. Perhaps, you could suggest someone with Literotica that I could contact. Hope you have a wonderful weekend in PA…
I try to vote - especially for stories I like. It is refreshing to hear the "story" of one of the writers on Literotica. I have recently read some of the stories you wrote as BostonFictionWriter and I must say I did like them. I will make an effort to comment more often.
I've read a few stories and not commented or voted.on any, way to make me feel guilty. I guess I never stopped to consider the time that goes in to the truely excellant pieces not of porn, but of literature that appear on this site.
Your story about you may be the piece I've read the closest. It's so well written and you paint such a vivid picture of your life. I commend you for not giving up when the weak would have, and wish you the best.
Thank You for the sharing of what being a writer is all about. It gives us fledgling authors a direction as we perfect our craft. It will take a lot of practice and as you reminded us a good deal of patience from being a writer to becoming a great writer.
Susan, you are on the way to becoming great as your legion of followers grow.
Wishing You always the Best.
Thank you for sharing your story. The highs, the lows, and your overall thoughts. I am blown away by your stories under many of your names. And I apologize for not leaving more comments. I promise to add more not only for you but for other authors as well.
I hope you and your family are doing well. Thank you for finding a wonderful creative outlet and sharing your talents an erotic thoughts with all of us.
Now I have more writers to look up! I am a fan of your writing under SusanJillParker and BostonFictionWriter. You listed at least two more and I think I read some of your work on another site, but I do not know. I will never catch up to all of your stories! You are so talented I am sorry more people do not comment to your stories as you are one of the best that write here. Your articles about your life have been illuminating and made me feel shame and remorse at some of my tastes as you strip away the illusions of the concept of victimless offenses. Yes I still read as your stories are great and I wish I knew someone who could get you published as your stories are worth reading. Thanks for the insight.
Love the stories I read and love this. I will have to look under you other names!
Love your take on your life and Literotica experience. Forgot to tell you in the other message I'm griffin 57.
Never really gave much tought to voting before, but when you mentioned about not applauding at a live show or concert I had to rethink. Everyone who makes the effort needs support in some form. Yes, there are some whose words make me cringe and others who take me right into the scenario, but that happens even in movies and tv. Even in life some seem to get it right and others struggle. Thanks for opening my eyes.
You have made me feel better about myself. I often vote and post comments. I am working on stories and have an appreciation of what it takes. It's a big difference to haveing an idea in your head, and having your reader have the same idea in their head. I always send my comments under my login name. If I taking the effort to write a comment, I am willing to take credit, or blame, for them.
I will not bash anyone. That will certainly not improve anyones writing, including the basher.
What I've enjoyed most is I care about your characters. I will be reading more of your work and I will take to heart giving all authors feedback.
It looks like I have a long way to go to exhaust the supply or your stories. Thank you
It takes a strong person to write not only the stories you do, but to do so when ostracized from friends and family because you follow your passion. I wish I had your will power and drive. To have lived, what I understand to be an extremely "rocky road" life, and still be writing quality material under very difficult conditions . . . . wow!!! Plus, you're absolutely correct, you don't write porn, you write great relationship stories that just happen to be about people who aren't afraid of their sexuality. Thank you, Miss Parker, Thank you.
Funny how 3 of my fav authors all turn out to be same person
I envy those who helped you learn to love writing, and you do it so very well.
I have read a number of your stories and have not run across any as yet that I didn't enjoy. Keep writing!!!
Susan, don't be discouraged by lack of comment or voting. I think a writer can tell if his/her writing is liked by the number of views. I don't know how Literotica prioritizes stories in listing them, but I suspect somewhat by popularity. You have a genuine rare talent for writing, and it's obvious you trained very vigorously for that. Keep up your passion, in whatever venue you can find. Placing myself as a "typical" reader, a catchy title probably catches the eye most often. Slvrfx44
with such a prolific outpouring of stories, why aren't you writing for a living?surely you could do quite well with some non erotic novels?
I would have voted, but no place to do it... 6 stars! I know dust jacket bios are always pretty and canned; this was fantastic. I've added you and this story to my favorites and will be back to check on previous submissions under your other pen names.
Ok Susan. You're right. I am guilty of being part of the rude, non-voting masses. I hereby vow to change, starting immediately. 5 stars to this piece, even though there's no voting.
Very simple really, I like them because the scenes are drawn carefully and in such detail as too seem "real" in my head as I read them. This is the true success of fantasy writing of any kind; when someone can read the story and suspend their everyday surrounding briefly enough to place themselves in the story line. SJP, you clearly know how to create these imaginative scenarios and bring the reader to the peak of their imagination.
Your personal story is interesting and informative. I'm sorry for the very hard times you've endured and hope the future is far brighter.
It's true that I read and don't rate or comment. I'll do better from now on. Thank you for all your stories.
Im not always in the mood for well written erotic stories with plot and charicter development, but when I am I read your stories. You are an incredible writer, fortunately for all of us here you've chosen to write erotic stories.
I apologize for not voting, since there doesn't seem to be any way to do so ... the stars seem to have vanished, even though I actually broke down and registered. I would happily give you five stars if it were possible.
I have very recently discovered your writing. I did not realize the importance of voting, so from now on when asked to vote, i will make the effort. I really appreciate your very well written stories.
Just so you know, I actually registered to be able to comment. Seriously, it is no joke.
Anyway, I have already read a few of your stories but did not comment nor vote for them. The simple reason is that I had no idea how this site worked (obviously it was my fault, I did not read anything other than stories here). In any case, this does not have much to do with your story.
I really enjoyed reading this even though it does not seem to be fiction. Not being creative myself, I do enjoy the works of other people. I found your prose easy to read and quite enjoyable (this includes the other stories as well). Your writing conveys emotion and uncertainty / ambivalence very well.
Having studied Theatre, and having taken a number of creative writing classes, play writing classes, and a technical writing class, I am impressed with your character development and dialogue. Few other writers on this site take the time to develop the story and anchor it with the qualities that are a required part of pulling the reader into the story, while allowing the reader to become mentally engaged in seeing the action. I applaude your work, and rate most of them in the standing ovation catagory even by broadway standards. You have a gift that you should share with the rest of us.
Having just read this piece, I must say that I feel you have truly suffered for your art, in keeping with some of history's most gifted Authors. I enjoy the way you craft your stories, and wonder where one might obtain a copy of your manuscripts. As far as grammer, when most Americans can not speak or write in a more gramatically correct manner why let it be of great concern when minor typos occur, and if their grammer is so wonderful, why do they not volunteer as proof readers? KEEP UP THE GREAT WORK YOU ARE DOING!
Hi, Susan. I didn't realise - like a lot of readers, I suspect - that votes could help win contests, but I'm now working my way through your submissions and doing my bit to keep you ahead (although, ironically, I can't seem to find the voting option on this piece).
Hope things work out for you, and you keep drawing inspiration from hard times.
I akways enjoy learning more about people who do the things they do, and this did not disappoint. Your story is an inspiration to women and people in general everywhere.
I've rarely met some one who has been, or is, in my position as a homeless Stage 4 cancer survivor whose wife left him to his fate.
Your work pleases me and I intend to read more as I have time and can get to the local library. This piece, in particular, is an amazing display of yourself. Thank you.
It seems that life's demands require more of me than permits writing at present, but I will return to the keyboard or pen when I'm able.
Take care and Godspeed.
Susan, I was a regular reader of your stories when you were writing as AndTheEnd and I did vote for all the stories I read back then and commented on many. I was also a fan of Sarahhh and had an ongoing battle with her over her beloved Steelers. When you both disappeared from Literotica, I lost interest and have not checked out the site more than a couple of times in the last couple of years. For some reason I decided to check back in about a week ago. I just happened across this story today and with the reference to your several pen names thought I'd drop a comment. Sorry to hear about your tough times, It sounds like things are going better now. I did enjoy this story and will try to check back to vote on your future work.
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