Writing Tips

Writing Sensuality into a Story

Writing Sensuality into a Storyby Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Mary Sullivan, author of No Ordinary Home I’m so happy to be here! Thank you loveromancepassion for having me. I want to talk today about raising the sensual stakes in a novel without littering the book with endless love scenes. To my mind, it’s important to have the characters yearn for each […]

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Why Listening is Important

Why Listening is Importantby Guest Blogger

Guest post by L.M. Brown, author of Touch of a Ghost First of all, thank you for having me here today.  I’m L.M. Brown, a writer of MM and MMM romance novels, often with a paranormal twist. I believe that there is nothing hotter and sweeter than two men in love with each other… unless […]

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So You’ve Had a Bad Day? Write It Out!

So You've Had a Bad Day? Write It Out!by Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Ishabelle Torry, author of The Gift We’ve all been there. A seemingly endless day full of aggravation or sorrow, and you just want to sit on your couch and eat ice cream— self-pity and self-loathing are your new BFFs. I’ve recently been through one of these stints. Sure, it felt great to […]

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Exclusive Sneak Peak…

Exclusive Sneak Peak...by Guest Blogger

Hello, I’m Mia Epsilon and I write contemporary romance. I’m a southern USA girl blessed to live in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Next to my Hubby, I adore Doctor Who and chocolate. I have a blog at: miaepsilon.blogspot.com and would love to see your comments there. I’m often asked how I handle the dreaded Writer’s […]

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Awkward Moments in Writing

Awkward Moments in Writingby Guest Blogger

My name is Ember Leigh, and even though I write erotic romance and love it, I’ll be the first to admit it can be a little awkward sometimes. My current release Carlos and Casey features two ex-lovers seeing each other for the first time after four years. The short story features a very uncomfortable, awkward […]

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How to Write a Book in Five Days

How to Write a Book in Five Daysby Guest Blogger

Guest post by Amber Page, author of All’s Fair in Lust & War Impossible, you say? Not at all. Insane, yes. But not impossible. I did it…and the manuscript sold (no one was more surprised than me). Of course, in my case, there were extenuating circumstances. I entered my first chapter in a contest put […]

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What’s a Good Way to Write?

What's a Good Way to Write?by Guest Blogger

Hi! I’m Crystal Perkins. My good friend, Tera Lynn Childs and I are taking over the blog today as part of our Sassy and Sexy Romance Tour! Tera is the “Sassy” part of our equation. Her City Chicks books feature behind closed door, or in the case of Trying Texas, behind closed bushes action. I’m […]

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Let’s Talk Shop: Evoking Imagery

Let's Talk Shop: Evoking Imageryby Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Brantwijn Serrah, author of All Mad Here Imagery. By golly, imagery is one of my all-time favorite literary devices. I’ve been told I have a very “immersive” writing style, because when I get on a kick with imagery, I can go on forever. My editor has even had to cut down some […]

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