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What sex and real estate have in common…

A friend shared with me that her brother had sex with his wife in a bed—in the master suite of a model home as potential homebuyers were entering the front door. Another friend who hosted a wedding at her beach … Continue reading

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Cassandra Carr on writing sex scenes with life

Today, I’m pleased to welcome author and guest blogger Cassandra Carr. Cassandra’s debut novel, Talk to Me, was released in March by Loose Id.  When you read a sex scene, do you ever think to yourself – how did that … Continue reading

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Husbands say the darndest things (at least mine does)…

Over the many years that I’ve been writing, my husband has had a few things to say about my writing, especially erotic romance. I thought I’d share a few of his special gems: Before I started writing erotic romance:  “You … 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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How I got started writing erotic romance (and spanking stories)

  I kind of blame Lora Leigh. For those of you who may not know the name, Lora Leigh is a well-known and very prolific erotic romance writer. I got my introduction to Lora Leigh a few years ago when … Continue reading

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Seduced by a word

Several authors have asked what would make a reader pick up their book. I can’t speak for others, but for me, it boils down to a single word. Seduction. Put “seduction” in your title and you got me. I can’t … Continue reading

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Bad words and the language of sex

An author in a chat room I recently participated in mentioned that she didn’t use “bad words” in her sex scenes. I feel compelled to confess that I do use words my momma would consider bad. I don’t think I … Continue reading

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