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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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Cover Reveal…A Sexual and Spanking Thesaurus for authors…

You may have noticed (or maybe not) that the “spanking thesaurus” has disappeared from my blog. That’s because I have turned it into a book! I’ve expanded it to include a full range of sexual synonyms, plus more spanking categories … Continue reading

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Wanton taboo pleasure…musings of a logophile

My love of  words began with letters. I was three years old when I boasted to my friend next door that I knew two letters of the alphabet, the first letter of my name and the letter H. I have … Continue reading

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Erotic romance v. erotica…what's the dif?

When people ask what I write, I tell them erotic romance. But I could just as easily label my work erotica. I see romance, erotic romance, and erotica as existing on the same continuum with romance at one end, erotica … Continue reading

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An interview with erotica author Cara McKenna

Besides liking author Cara McKenna’s first name, I like her books. Her heroes are macho, but real and down-to-earth. The first book I read was Ruin Me, an erotic tale of woman who is unable to commit to her fiancé. … Continue reading

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