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Thank you to everyone who voted in the first round of judging in Scorching Romance Reviews Sex Scene Championship! Irresistible Attractions made it through the first round and is one of the final 16! It’s going head-to-head with another author’s … Continue reading
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
Why do people have sex? Hint: It’s not about horniness. Of course, sometimes the reason can be that simple: to scratch an itch, but often there is a strong emotional component that is expressed sexually. People engage in sexual intercourse … Continue reading
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
I’m dedicating this blog to writer Amanda Buxton who asked me for tips on how to develop “romantic chemistry” between two characters. Here are 10 suggestions: 1. Build attraction gradually over time. If your characters are bowled over by each … Continue reading
While I was stranded in the grocery checkout line, the October 2013 Cosmo magazine cover caught my eye. “12 Kinky Quickies. Grab Him & Get it On” I scanned the article on quick ways to spice up one’s sex life … Continue reading
Once upon a time I was very secretive about my erotic romance writing career. I refused to reveal my pen name, my book titles, subgenre, or publisher. In fact, I did not tell my former neighbors my pen name until … Continue reading
For two weeks I’ve been focused on raunchy sex – writing it, that is. I recently signed a contract with Loose Id for Reckless in Moonlight, a cougar romance, involving a 45-year-old divorcee who gets “involved” with her neighbor’s 28-year-old … Continue reading
Is it difficult to write sex scenes? Erotic romance authors are asked this question in interviews. Short answer: No. Clintonian answer: It depends on your definition of difficult. If you define difficult as embarrassing or uncomfortable, then I refer you … Continue reading