An Interview with Sin_cere

Author of Complications, Turn your Lights Down Low, Me, Cum On Over To My Spot , and many more.

Why did you choose your name (and/or what does your name mean)?
My pen name Sin_cere has a double meaning. The reason that the Sin is separated with an uderscore is because of a nickname I earned from a certain "friend" of mine. Sin_cere as writer basically lets people know that all of my writing comes from the heart and each and every piece has a special meaning to me because they are 80-90% factual.

Why (and how) did you begin writing erotic fiction and poetry?
I began writing erotica about a month after I stumbled onto the KUMA website. The ideas from my stories were embedded in my brain because of previous experiences, but after viewing the excellent work of the authors featured on this site I was inspired to write something of my own.

How long have you been writing?
In regards to erotica I have been writing ever since my first piece was published on KUMA. I believe that was May of 2000.

How do you get the ideas for your stories and poems?
The ideas come from past experiences; either that of my own or people close to me. Mostly my own experiences though.

How long does it typically take to write a story (and a poem)?
Well, it depends on the mood I'm in. If I'm enthused about writing a story it would take one day to a few days. On the other hand, if I'm not so enthused, whoa, LOL. It might take anywhere from a few weeks to maybe a month. A poem takes me about five to ten minutes to write because with poems I'm dealing with emotions at that moment. It's somewhat free flowing in a sense that whatever I'm feeling at that particular moment I write without stopping, so it doesn't take that long.

What creative projects are you working on right now?

Right now I'm working on part 2 to a new story entitled "Maybe I Deserve" about, what else, drama (some on, its me, LOL) but this time it's baby-mama-drama. I'm also working on a few pieces with a couple of other KUMA poets, my "FAM."

Have you published stories and/or poems anywhere else? If yes, where?
I have a poem published on Hmm, that's about it, LOL.

When can we look forward to reading something else by you on Kuma?
Whenever KUMA decides to publish my sh*t! LOL. No, seriously, I have to finish part 2 to the "Maybe I Deserve" story and hopefully it will be good enough to be published.

List your favorite poems and stories published with Kuma.
Oh, I like this question...definitely Complications, Turn your Lights Down Low, Me and Cum On Over To My Spot.

Please tell the readers one thing you do for fun. Well, sin_ce I'm being honest I would have to say being "inspired" to write erotica...What I mean by being inspired is having certain sexual experiences, LOL!

Read Complications (Part 1), Complications (Part 2), Cum On Over To My Spot, or Me?.

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