Now, if What You Need became a movie I can see the story expanding a bit or it’d be one of those artistic, erotic shorts. I could get a little creative with color tones for something like that. The biggest question is who would play Royce and Veronica?Read More →
If you’re under 18 or easily offended, you absolutely should not check out this site; otherwise, go there and see for yourself.
I go there to get inspiration when I need to write sexy scenes. Every image, to me, tells a story. It evokes a feeling. Every quote speaks truthfully. And, I love it.Read More →
I know, subtle title, right? So, I’m revising because I realized I need more sexual chemistry. And how do I get that? Subtle sensuality. It’s not that I’m an idiot when it comes to writing the sex. Some people have told me I’m quite adept at it. It’s just that, sometimes, when you’re trying to get a hundred other things right, like plot and characters and goals and motivation–you get it, it’s easy to forget that people who just jump into bed aren’t sexy. I started thinking about personal space. I’m married with kids, so people are in my space all the time. We hug,Read More →
Emotional sex. Note that I am NOT coining the “love scene” euphemism. I do this deliberately-for now-though by the end, I’m hoping that’s exactly what sex will be, making love: sweet, hot, emotive sex that is unforgettable. And this can be done. This wonderful article (link @ the end) discusses making your sex scenes emotional (and overcoming the fear of writing the dreaded sex scene). Making sex emotional does NOT mean the characters have to be in love already. What it means is, they have to have inner conflict, tension, insecurities or physical or emotional limitations that add to the emotional wallop of the actRead More →
This is not the sort of post you want someone reading over your shoulder, so I’m going to slip a fold in here. You click it when you’ve got a few minutes of alone time.Read More →