J.R. Luxor is the nom de plume of the binary star that is a husband and wife writing team living in the San Francisco Bay Area. She is currently a life coach and he is an author formerly involved in psychology and counseling teenage girls.
They share the character development, choosing what’s in the heads of the male and female characters.They say their technique of using separate male and female voices for the characters, especially in their unspoken thoughts, produces a multi-dimensionality to the interactions and connections of the men and women in their writings.
When advising the partner performing cunnilingus, J.R. Luxor’s advice is addressed to female partners doing it girl-on-girl as well as for males doing the licking, and even waxes philosophical on how the genders approach it differently, and how the receiving partner might communicate differently with a male than a female lover.
As to the question of how much of the actions and depictions of people is from personal experience, J.R. Luxor always declines to answer, fueling speculation and probably purposely cultivating the enigma, but it’s still fun to speculate!
What inspires you to write?
It is an urge really. We just start feeling the mind of the character and the story and type. Most of it just comes out as a download. Takes hashing of punctuation and grammar afterword.
Tell us about your writing process.
We always say we are going to outline, but then we start writing the first few sentences and the characters reveal themselves. We definitely hash out plot lines just for fun, as we are sitting around, out to dinner, on a drive. We keep notepads around. Great ideas don’t come back if we don’t capture them on paper.
For Fiction Writers: Do you listen (or talk to) to your characters?
We write a blend of fiction and non-fiction. We intend for our characters to model different aspects of the subject matter, sometimes through just living their story, sometimes through specific instructions we give our reader. I love sensing the characters. It is invigorating, like taking a trip. It allows me to live their passions.
What advice would you give other writers?
Network. Care about fellow authors. Appreciate the reader’s time.
How did you decide how to publish your books?
We took a class on Udemy.com by Tom Corson-Knowles that really opened our eyes to self-publishing.
What do you think about the future of book publishing?
It will be like blogging. Everyone will have a book out. Very challenging to break into, but with free weeks, the reader could never pay for reading material again.
What do you use?
Co-writer, Professional Cover Designer
What genres do you write?
Erotica,non-fiction, sexuality, BDSM Romance,Lesbian,
What formats are your books in?
Link To J.R. Luxor Page On Amazon