Some services for writers



My reach has grown over the last couple of years and I’d like to help other writers doing their thing.


  1. Adverts 

    • Place book advertisements on on the main page sidebar, main page bottom, link page, main slider, first slide on main slider on my site. services-for-writers-book-doctor1
      • The site gets at least 200 unique visitors per day and as high as 1000 during special events like raffles and giveaways.
      • Get more information about site geography and recurring prices by clicking the button below. 


  1. Book Doctor services  

      • this is especially useful if you feel like you’re write cookie cutter erotica. I can spice up the plot, setting, characters, etc by injecting a tiny bit of smutpunk into the piece.


  2. Cover art services

      • Book Teasers
      • Banners
      • Pin/Tweet/FB post Package (one piece of art adjusted to fit each social media)
      • Ebook Cover 


  3. Listing Book for Sale at the Smutpunk Bookshop

    • It’s a opportunity for us to cross market
    • I can give you the numbers in private if you’d like to sell on this site (and if I’d like to have you).


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Lie v Lay, A Golden Nugget | Grammar Post by Jamie McLachlin

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Grammar Tip: Lie v Lay

One of my new friends, Jamie McLachlan, has written a post with editing tips. Below you’ll find what I find to be a golden nugget for editing the dreaded lie v. lay that I still struggle with.

I don’t think any of us in the modern writing world are safe from needing the occasional (to constant)  help of the grammar gods. I wish the grammar gods would just wave their magic grammar-wands and make my work right. Thanks to the heavy demands on authors today, I rarely can afford a proper editor and merely read my own work backwards shortly after I’ve finished it (and often poorly and half-asleep, at that). I am no island. I welcome help. Jamie has kindly offered some, so if you want some tips on editing your own work,take advantage of her (ooh that sounds fun) and click this link to the lovely and charming Jamie McLachlin for an in-depth blog post on her site. Below you will find one “example”-nugget for you to chew on in the meantime.


One Golden Tip from Jamie

The ever-frustrating Lie v. Lay:


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A picture of a your typical grammar nazi

A picture of a your typical grammar nazi