Chances are if you read a lot of books within the romance or erotica genres (or any sub-genre), then you’ve come across more than a few bad sex scenes. And there’s a really good reason for that: writing about sex is hard. Especially for the first time. Writing those steamy sex scenes requires a whole different […]
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Ah, foreshadowing. Those tiny little breadcrumbs that give the readers something to guess at and figure out. Done the right way, when the plot device comes to fruition, your readers will swoon because they were able to put it all together without it being spelled out to them. No one likes a predictable storyline, but everyone […]
Culture is a fascinating subject. Although most people tend to think of culture as heritage, it’s really much more. It’s how that heritage has shaped those people’s world view, how they define themselves, and how they define their place in the world. And it’s one of my favorite things to create. Getting ready to play […]
Hi there!! Here we are! Just a couple of days left to complete our Camp NaNoWriMo prep before it starts. If you’ve been following along, then you’ve already gotten yourself excited for the next month, found a partner and started training using writing sprints, started gathering ideas and inspiration, planned out plot elements, characters, and […]
We are officially four (4!) days away from the start of Camp NaNoWriMo (depending on whether or not you count today, and whether or not you plan on starting right at midnight on Saturday, and where in the world you live). I mentioned back in step number four that planning out my research for any […]