Sexy Time in Literature

Hey Lovelies, I hope everyone had a wonderful Valentine’s Day this week! So get ready for some straight talk about sex, masturbation¬†and how to integrate this into your work.¬†First off though I think it’s important that we have a brief lesson of sex and sexuality in literature. Your brief history: Humans and animals have sex … More Sexy Time in Literature

Valentine’s Day

Hey Lovelies, Here is that bonus post that I promised. I did want to talk about Valentine’s Day on the “most romantic day of the year”! (I  just cringed as I typed that.) Today I will provide a video link on the history of Valentine’s Day. This is also going to be one of those life … More Valentine’s Day

The Romance Formula

Hey Lovelies, Last week recap: You suffered through my rant about the romance genre. I brought up my issues with it, which mainly dealt with the romance formula and how this can limit the exposure that romance writers get and how they aren’t seen as worthy writers. With that being said, if this is the … More The Romance Formula

The Romance Genre

Hey Lovelies, We are now in February. This month I’d like to write about the topic of romance and love (I know February and love is such a cliche, especially since we just finished talking about them). Well, it’s not going to start off with hearts and rainbows. I have a rant about the genre … More The Romance Genre