I’ve written every sex scene from a seductive bout of hand-holding to a Roman orgy, and along the way I’ve learned a lot about how to do it. Here are my three secrets to writing erotica.
We all have writing demons. Here’s mine.
I recently tried an experiment on myself, to see if information overload was stymieing my creativity, like the experts claim it can.
Most readers assume that an author gets to give her book its title. Not necessarily so! Here’s a peek inside the world of choosing titles, gleaned from my ten-plus years as a published author.
Inspiration is for amateurs; the rest of us just show up and get to work. — Chuck Close
People often ask me if I get any say about the cover art for my books. Sure I do! But does anything I say end up on the cover? Rarely, which may be for the best. Here’s the story of the cover to Wake Unto Me.
Write the book! Don’t be one of those people who talks about their great idea but never puts it down on paper. Write the book!
It sucks. Here’s my advice on dealing with the suckitude.
If you want to be published by a traditional, big name publisher, you probably need an agent. If you’re willing to go it alone, however…
The best day of my writing career was the day I finally sold a book to a publisher.
Reviews… oy! They’re a blessing and a curse. Here’s what I’ve learned about them, and how to handle both the good and the bad.
Who's your favorite hero?