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Authors: Do your sex scenes sound the same? #Writetip fix

Writing one sex scene isn’t tough. Writing several per book and making them sound different can be a bit of challenge. Write multiple books and after a while, you might notice that your couples are doing the same thing in the … Continue reading

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FYI for authors: updating a published book–it’s not as easy as you think…

Recently I updated Naughty Words for Nice Writers, a sex scene thesaurus I originally published  two years ago. Revising the book itself was easy; re-publishing the updated version hit some snags. I thought I’d share my experience so you’ll know … Continue reading

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A funny story about the redo of Naughty Words for Nice Writers, romance thesaurus

In revising and updating Naughty Words for Nice Writers, A Romance Novel Thesaurus I added a dozen new chapters and 800 more synonyms, so of course the  book had to be reformatted for publication. Each “chapter” is labeled by subject. In … Continue reading

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An updated Naughty Words for Nice Writers thesaurus available now

800 MORE synonyms than the first edition A dozen new categories/sections Amazon Buy Link Two years ago, I published the first edition of Naughty Words for Nice Writers. The sex scene thesaurus developed out of my need for functional, usable synonyms. … Continue reading

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A sex scene survival guide for romance authors: Naughty Words for Nice Writers

If you’ve ever tried to write a sex scene, you quickly realize that English is more of a hindrance than a help. English words for sex are either clinical or crude. (You’d think maybe we weren’t supposed to talk about … Continue reading

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Art imitating life: my moment of fame!

I’m used to seeing my name on the cover of my books. I’m just not used to seeing it INSIDE someone’s else novel. Waiting at the optometrist’s office, I was reading The Seduction of Kinley Foster by Lisa Wells. It’s … Continue reading

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For authors: 3 tips for writing a HOT sex scene

It take finesse to write a sex scene. I often find that writing one takes more time than any other kind of scene. And while writing one sex scene is challenging enough, writing several (three, four, even five) per erotic … Continue reading

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#SpankA2Z: T is for romance writers’ THESAURUS

Welcome to day 20  of the 2nd Annual Spanking A to Z blog challenge. Throughout  June, spanking fiction authors will post a blog corresponding to a different letter of the alphabet, beginning with A and ending with Z. Many of … Continue reading

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#SpankA2Z: O is for orgasm

Welcome to day 15  of the 2nd Annual Spanking A to Z blog challenge–we’re at the mid-point! Throughout  June, spanking fiction authors will post a blog corresponding to a different letter of the alphabet, beginning with A and ending with … Continue reading

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A week in the crazy life of an author, part 3

Writing takes precedence over everything. My daily writing goal is 1,500 words per day, six days a week. I always strive to do more, and often I do.  On the seventh day, I write my blogs for the week. However, … Continue reading

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