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I have received a few suggestions about having a possible book published at Kindle. I'm curious if they accept adult material.
A few years ago, I started writing erotic stories at another website, and I was wondering what would be considered too graphic.
I have several different erotic short stories that I thought about putting together in one book, but, I'm not sure if it is possible to do that. Does anyone know if it is possible?
I have not been to the Kindle website yet. I would like some feedback to see if there is even an interest in the subject.
The writing site I belong to is free. But, I would rather get paid for my work, than letting hundreds of people see it for nothing.
At least here I might eventually earn something.
I have a Kindle and I SWEAR I have no idea why, but their recommendations for me often include "romance" or "erotic" titles. Not sure of the level of "graphic" because I didn't actually get any of them (I SWEAR, LOL).
Good luck, seems to me that you might be on to something there.
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