Most of you know me as a writer of naturist fiction and that is good. I love writing naturist fiction and I prefer to do that naturist style.
The first lines of the first naturist story I wrote while on a vacation. That is how the Naked Crow series was born.
Before I set off on that journey, I had been writing for lots of years already. Indeed, non-naturist fiction. Just before writing this post, I was thinking about that. Writing has always given me a lot of joy and that started a long time ago. That was when my mother let me read one of her books and I asked if I could have it. She said no, so my Dad gave me an old typewriter and said I should copy the story. Which I did. All 300 pages.
Then I had an idea because there was something in one of the chapters that I didn’t like, so I rewrote that chapter.
That started my journey in writing and until now I have not regretted that.
I am still writing non-naturist fiction because it’s fun to do and I have many dedicated readers to several fun fantasy-series, but I have noticed lately that writing naturist fiction is better. It feels closer to my heart and skin (literally even), more rewarding. I can’t really explain what triggers that, it is something inside. As if I am liberating words the same way I liberate my body when I throw my clothes aside.
I think I once mentioned already that writing naturist fiction happens best when in ‘naturist mode’ (a.k.a. clothes-free). That feeling or notion seems to get stronger as I go along. It’s not surprising, but I am very aware of how that happens, how free I feel when I unleash the words onto the screen. Sometimes it feels as if my mind can ‘breathe words’ more clearly when I’m not wearing anything. It’s fascinating how all these things tie together when I step back and look at them from a distance.
It’s clear that ‘
And if there isn’t then I simply ignore that lack of truth and I carry on