Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Call Me A "Sexpert" ~ Shoshanna Evers Did!

Although, I think that may be a typo and she meant for the "t" to be a "v"--I really am more perv than pert.

No, I'm kidding. Shoshanna Evers (erotic romance author, advice columnist, registered nurse, the list goes on) has put together a kick-ass collection of writing essays called "How to Write Hot Sex" and, as you'll see in the blurby below, my advice on writing fetish and niche market sex will be included. And that makes me a sexpert. As Homer would say...."Woo-hoo!"

In my essay, I've answered questions that aspiring authors have contacted me with over the years, so readers ought to find this information helpful. Also, fetish and BDSM are areas where many novice writers go very, very wrong and inadvertently represent practices and practitioners so inaccurately they get themselves blackballed by editors (it's true!) so I've provided advice on how to prevent that from happening.

"How to Write Hot Sex" has not been released yet, but stay tuned and I'll let you know when it hits the shelves.

Here’s the blurb for the upcoming book
“How to Write Hot Sex: Tips from Multi-Published Erotic Romance Authors”

This collection of essays by multi-published erotic romance authors details the art of writing sizzling hot sex scenes.

Whether you’re writing sensual, steamy, or full-on explicit sex scenes, writers can learn from the authors who write and sell sexy books for a living. Do you want to write erotica? Or an erotic romance? Perhaps you just want to add some hot sexual tension to your romance novel.
This is the book for you.

Here you’ll find essays on the art of writing smokin’ hot vanilla sex, gay sex, BDSM, kink, and ménage, as well as essays on how to find paying markets and publishers for your books and short stories.

“How to Write Hot Sex: Tips from Multi-Published Erotic Romance Authors” gives you all the information you need to write sex well and get published!

Featuring the following multi-published authors' essays:

  • L.K. Below - The Law of Attraction
  • Christine D’Abo - Boys Will Be Boys: Writing Male/Male Romance
  • Kate Douglas (NY Times bestselling author) - Writing the Fine Line Between Erotica and Porn
  • Delphine Dryden - So You Think You Can Kink?
  • Shoshanna Evers – Getting Published
  • Desiree Holt – Five Sexy Senses to Rev Up Scenes
  • Jean Johnson - Biology: The Good, The Bad, & the Sex Scene
  • Isabo Kelly - Fighting Sex
  • Cara McKenna - Real Ugly
  • Giselle Renarde - How To Write Convincing Fetish and Niche Market Sex
  • Charlotte Stein - Sexy Sentences
  • Cari Quinn - Rx for a Sagging Sex Scene

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