Sex in Writing: Part Two

This lesson, part two of “Sex in Writing,” speaks on topics like sexual tension, internal and external dialogue, point of view (POV), taboo, and the woman reader/writer preferences in a sex scene. This is meant to serve as a basis on how to begin exploring the art of writing sexual encounters and how to keep … Continue reading Sex in Writing: Part Two

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Feedback, Fellowship, Follow-Through

There’s a stereotype of the writer as anti-social: the hermit who locks himself away from the outside world, the recluse who goes off to a cabin in the woods to be alone with her manuscript and her thoughts. “I need solitude for my writing; not like a hermit—that wouldn’t be enough—but like a dead man.” … Continue reading Feedback, Fellowship, Follow-Through