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Tag Archives: writing
Yesterday, I got email confirmation that an anthology of queer female erotica, Me and My Boi, will finally be published this June. Due to one thing and another, it was on hold for about a year. I’m excited about this … Continue reading
I wrote a little over 2200 words last night, catching up and going slightly over the 18 day mark for NaNoWriMo2015. Taking a break was a very good idea, allowing me to consider where my characters were, where I need … Continue reading
As you might have guessed, writing 50,000 words in 30 days is challenging on more than one level. There’s finding the time to write – hopefully uninterrupted time – and there’s also the matter of finding 50,000 words to write. … Continue reading
“People are really easy to manipulate when you give it some thought. You just need to appeal to their fears and their desires. Create something for them to fear and let them believe they can avoid that fear and attain … Continue reading
Xan West is one of my favorite authors, a master at writing savory, sexy queer erotica that pulls the reader in until you forget you’re not part of the scene. It’s exciting to see the buzz rising for Xan’s anthology, … Continue reading
Most bloggers go through similar stages in the early days of their blog. There’s excitement, anticipation and planning. There’s that first week or so of blogging and excitedly awaiting your first comments. Refreshing your stats page is a valid occupation. … Continue reading
I’m taking an online erotica writing class called “Between the Sheets”, taught by Rachel Kramer Bussel. This is an excerpt from my first homework assignment. ““““““““““““““““““““““““““““““““““ For a while I occupied myself with my phone, thumbing through social media and … Continue reading
There has been an influx of new readers lately, a lot of you connecting with my blog through the Slate article by Vanessa Vitiello Urquhart that I was quoted in. For the benefit of the new folks, here’s a little … Continue reading