We ❤ Erotica

Sexy Little Pages is a sex-positive publishing venture supporting and promoting erotica authors and editors. As a society we’re ashamed of sex and sexuality but we should celebrate it. Sex is an integral part of life, whether it’s fun, filthy, flirtatious, unfulfilling, an escape from reality or something else entirely. Our needs, expectations and fantasies are all different so we aim to publish for everybody and every body, across the whole delicious spectrum of gender, ability, and desires.

Awesome Stuff We Do


Regular anthologies to get your juices flowing. With high royalties and low payment thresholds for writers, and great quality writing for readers, make sure you sign up to our newsletter to be the first to hear of what we’re up to!

Unsolicited Submissions

We publish a variety of unsolicited submissions, from short stories and collections through to novellas. We do consider reprints too, so if you’re looking to breathe new life into your back catalogue or launch your next release, get in touch.


Professional formatting for independent erotica authors, starting at £15 for either digital or paperback versions, and further discounts for multiple formats and bulk purchases.

Our Reviews

As someone who sports three tattoos, I loved everything about this collection, which captures the rush of giving and getting tattoos, as well as the allure of the tattooed bad boy, executed exquisitely in “Uncovering Heather” by Victoria Blisse. What I really appreciated was that each story took such a different angle, and the stories featuring tattoo artists truly valued the artistic work involved. The writing is gorgeous as well; I especially liked the line in “Venomous Ink” by Alain Bell about a woman being tattooed going into “that happy place where pain becomes a sensuous caress.” I also loved the misunderstanding inherent in “Scissoring” by Annabeth Leong, a first-time lesbian sex story that has twists and turns and is hot as can be. Whether or not you have tattoos or think they’re sexy, this book is worth checking out for the hotness factor and creative, often tender, moments between characters. They bring the tattoos to life without making them fetishes or their wearers caricatures.

— Inked, Amazon Review, 6 Jun 2016, 5/5