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Tips for Writing Love Scenes

So today I thought we could focus on writing love scenes. Love and sex scenes are some of the hardest scenes to write. We need to portray hard to capture emotions and desires. 512 more words

Writing Love Scenes

When there’s a romance brewing between two characters in a story, even in genres other than romantic fiction, readers will want the characters to, at the very least, kiss. 1,065 more words

Now That's a Love Scene!

When people write or talk about movies these days, they often mention “love scenes.” What they usually mean by that in our day is sex scenes. 978 more words

Faith

Guest Post: Consent Is Key In Romance

Tamsen Parker took on the tough topic of consent in romance, as per our chat this Sunday, and she makes some great points for us to think about. 966 more words

Writing

Coming Feb. 25th... Consent

It’s Flirty February! Join us for a whole month devoted to romance-specific chat topics.

The role of consent in society and romance is an ever-evolving conversation. 67 more words

Writing

Love Scenes Guest Post: Don't Speak

It’s Flirty February! This week on #RWchat, we’re talking about love scenes! Regular participant LaQuette (author of the Queens of Kings series) is known for writing extra hot love scenes, so we asked her to handle this week’s guest post. 713 more words

Romance Writers

Coming Feb. 18th... Love Scenes

It’s Flirty February! Join us for a whole month devoted to romance-specific chat topics.

Writing love scenes is hard (hehe). Sometimes it’s hot and heavy, sometimes it’s slow and sweet, sometimes it’s something in between that’s difficult to define. 64 more words

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