When Eunju had a night alone with her lover, her favorite play involved wax, and it was that play she anticipated when she arrived at Anne's home.
Write a full person. That's it, that's the trick.
CW: birth story and Covid-19 mention Everyone experiences pain in life. It's inevitable that life brings us stubbed toes, broken bones, break-ups, and loss peppered among the birthdays, desserts, weddings, and victories. The inspiration for this post comes from a recent experience of mine - the birth of my baby boy. While I have been … Continue reading When Things Don’t Go Right – Turning Pain into Art
Before getting into writing about polyamory, I feel I should probably explain what it is for those of you may be unfamiliar with this form of relationship. Simply put, polyamory is consensual non-monogamy, and this can take many forms. There are not many examples of polyamory in media and fiction – certainly not positive polyamory. … Continue reading Writing Polyamorous Characters in Romance
A little sneak peek of a deleted scene! This is Setanta wooing his longtime partner, Marcelle. Enjoy, and leave thoughts in the comments! Setanta leaned forward, but instead of meeting her lips, he found her neck. He did not bite her, only planted light, slow kisses from the curve where her shoulder began, up … Continue reading Shall I Compare Thee to a Winter’s Night?