Since I think I'm rather good at writing sex, and I have seen people ask for tips (just the tips, just to see how it feels) on how to write sex, I thought I'd share my personal guidelines. Please note this is just how I write and you are free to do your own thing! It works for me and might work for you, or might not. You do you.
The topic of cis-straight women writing M/M romance blew up recently, and I had some thoughts I wanted to share on the subject. While I'm not a queer man and would not presume to speak for that community, I do know the experience of being in a minority that gets excluded from content about themselves, … Continue reading When Cis-Hetero Women Write M/M Romance
Antisemitism, like any other form of bigotry, flourishes in the demonization of the "other". When all you see is a harmful stereotype, it's easier to forget that someone is human.
I am a submissive, through and through. But when I write, I become the Dominant. This isn’t because I write from the perspective of a Dominant character (most of the time) or even that I wish to be a Dominant in real life. I don’t. All erotica I’ve written is from the perspective of submissive … Continue reading Writers are Dominants, Readers are Submissives
Since I did a top 5 list, obviously I had to do a bottom 5. You had to have seen this coming. So, without further delay, here's my 5 least favorite tropes of the romance genre! Enjoy! (CW for mention of abuse) 5. Insta-Love Image is of Giselle and Prince Edward from Enchanted, with Edward … Continue reading My 5 Least Favorite Romantic Tropes