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7 Thoughts for Erotic Romance Writers: Guest Post with January Bain

7 Thoughts for Erotic Romance Writers or as I like to call it: WRITING HOT!   January Bain here, all the way from small town Canada. I confess, I LOVE lists. So this post I’m sharin...
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Getting Consent Right in Romance by Deana Birch

  It is often said that “art imitates life”. As an author of steamy romance, I tend to deny this idea to any of my personal friends who have read my books. I don’t need them side-eye...
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Gin and Gentlemen podcast

  Gin & Gentlemen is a brand new podcast from Catherine Curzon and Eleanor Harkstead. Join us for an eclectic wander through our world and learn a little bit more about us ladies behin...
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The Silence of Learned Fear

                                      Freddy and Angel were recently interviewed for wrotepodcast...
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#WhyNow? By Liz Crowe

Like most people, I’m moved by current events. Like many artists, I’m also compelled to reflect them in my craft. Perhaps to make them more accessible, or understandable, or somehow palatable....
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TEG nominees at the LRC Awards

Congratulations to our authors who have been nominated in the LR Cafe 2017 awards. They are: Best Ménage Book:   Complete Us by Lily Harlem (Pride Publishing)   ...
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On the Edge: Guest Post with Wendi Zwaduk

I like to write hot. That’s no shock to anyone. Since my first book, when I wanted to push the envelope, but it wasn’t looked upon with favor, I’ve allowed my characters to push beyond even...
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Sex, Spoons & Salsa: Guest Post with Isla Dennes

Writing Sex, Spoons & Salsa brought back many memories from my teenage years. Some were good, some funny and some not so funny, in fact some I must confess were downright sad. It was then I kn...
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Writing for the Muse: Guest Post with Wendi Zwaduk

I’ve been thinking a lot about my early work. Back then I thought I had a pretty good grasp on writing. I knew storytelling and could string words together. Boy… did I have a lot to learn. Wri...
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