Love at First Write: On the Tricky Art of Writing a Love Scene

One of the hardest parts about writing a love scene is letting go. Allowing yourself to experience the same feelings of bonzai-passion, trembling-fear, vein-popping love, and button-exploding lust in which your characters are awash during their most intimate moments. 875 more words

Writers And Writing

Los Angeles Arboretum & Botanic Gardens Wedding : Morgan & Bryce Devenport

Here is a love scene for you!

Morgan is a natural beauty with long blonde hair and large ocean blue eyes. Sweet and cautious, yet adventurous.

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Deepest Fears #2: Writing the (Gulp!) Love Scene

I do not come from an emotive people.

I’m a Midwesterner by birth. The joke goes that there are three standard responses in our conversations. 602 more words

Top Seven Techniques for Writing Love (and Sex) Scenes

Top Seven Techniques for Writing Love (and Sex) Scenes

  1. Use Exaggerated Awareness or Hyper Awareness to set it up well in advance. When the love couple touches, even accidentally, the reader can see sparks.
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Sex (or not)

I love my publisher. I really do. They are lovely people and they’ve just partnered with Amazon to bring their authors out in audio. I’m not a fan of audio books, but apparently there’s a huge market. 406 more words

Blogging My Books

Beverley Craven Tour ~ The Mill Arts Centre, Banbury

For tour dates and to book tickets visit: http://www.beverleycraven.com

Star rating: *****

I am not a fan of ballad singers as a rule, I certainly wasn’t interested in a slow and emotional number when I was in my pre-teens/teens, however there was one singer who crossed that boundary and has remained a firm favourite of mine. 400 more words


Year 2: Chapter 36: A Night Out (Abby & Lizzie’s POV)

Abby’s POV

I’m surprised by how fast the month of January is going. It feels like it just started, but now it is already almost the end of the month. 3,364 more words