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I know I’ll be stepping on a lot of tapping fingers, but I’m putting on my big girl smarty pants and say, no.
Just that. No. Chocolate is not good for writers. Or anyone for that matter. read more…
We’re excited today to have author Cora Ramos sharing how she started writing erotica. Cora and I have a commonality with the inclusion of past life themes in our novels. Set in exotic locales, Cora’s books sound fascinating.
Years ago, I had a few lessons in comma use when my work-in-progress was critiqued by an English teacher, aka the comma police. Today, I thought I’d share what I learned and clear up four common comma confusions.
- The comma splice.
Wouldn’t it be simply awesome to submit a bit of saliva to a lab and get a report on what to eat and how to move for optimal health? And by the same token, what kind of job we should aim for? read more…
We’re excited to have Cara Addison, erotic romance author who’s sharing her thoughts on what her erotic fiction offers readers. After you read her post, share your thoughts on how far you like reality stretched in an erotic scene, and don’t forget to enter the Rafflecopter for a chance to win Cara’s erotic romance mystery, Loans, Lust, and Lies, as well as other prizes.
Here’s Cara! read more…