Click here if you follow me for my quilting content! Photo by charlesdeluvio on Unsplash The question that I thought was a genuine search for understanding. A few years ago — too many to be able to provide screenshots, unfortunately — someone posited an interesting question in one of my writing forums: Why do some … Continue reading There’s nothing wrong with having a rape fantasy, but there’s a big problem in the writing community.
It might not be readily obvious from the number of books I've put out since May 2021, but I gave up on my dreams of being a writer a year ago. That sounds awful, I know, but life is awful. Everything that gave me the ability to pursue my writing career, every privilege I had … Continue reading My apology for vanishing is presidential erotica.
This November, I'll be participating in my 18th NaNoWriMo. That’s National Novel Writing Month, if you’ve never heard of it. The quick and dirty description of NaNoWriMo? Write 50,000 words in 30 days. It is an intense amount of words for most people to write in a month. If you succeed, you win nothing except bragging rights … Continue reading My Favorite NaNoWriMo Hack Helps Everyone
I got to be a panelist at a convention this weekend, my first time in an actual room filled with people. Yay! And one of the favorite questions the other panelists and I were asked was, “When you’re writing sex scenes over and over again, how do you keep the scenes from getting repetitive?” This … Continue reading Preventing Your Many, Many Erotic Scenes From Getting “Not So Fresh”
Recently in one of my paranormal romance groups, this post popped up: Ok Authors, When you’ve written an erotic novel, do you label it as such exclusively or do you label it as romance as well? I get why people like erotica, I do, but it’s just not for me, and a couple of books … Continue reading You’re Probably Wrong About the Difference Between Romance & Erotica
Some time ago, a thread popped up in one of my paranormal romance groups about PNR written by men. I was intrigued by this, having never read a romance novel written by a man (at least, that I knew to be a man). I know for a fact that the m/m women write is mostly … Continue reading I read a romance written by a man.