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Writing Anonymously – Why Did I Do It? by Nikki Gemmell

I’m pleased to welcome novelist Nikki Gemmell. In 2003, Nikki wrote her first erotic novel The Bride Stripped Bare. She explains why she chose to write the book anonymously and what transpired when her identity […]

Building Sexual Tension with Vonda Sinclair

After the second glance and before the first kiss, something magical happens between the hero and heroine. But how do you achieve that electrifying snap, crackle, and pop?  Today’s Visiting Professor, Vonda Sinclair, explains the […]

Handsome Hansel presents: Sex Is Not Romantic…Or So I’ve Been Told

Greetings, RU Crew! Your characters have exchanged longing looks across the room, held hands and possibly, shared a few kisses. And now, they’ve arrived at a major turning point in the story. I call it the love scene. Others […]

Weekly Lecture Schedule: March 4 – March 8, 2013

Here’s our March mash-up for this week! We hope you’ll join us! Mon, 3/4 – RU Contributor Handsome Hansel presents: Sex Is Not Romantic…Or So I’ve Been Told Weds, 3/6 – Inspiration Hunting in the Publishing […]

Sloan Parker – Write What You Know: A Woman Writing M/M Romance

I don’t remember how I found Sloan Parker but I vividly remember the minute I finished her book, MORE, and immediately clicked back to the beginning and started the book over again. She was my […]

Author Paige Tyler – A Marriage of the Minds

When I met multi-published author PAIGE TYLER and her husband PAUL at Lori Foster’s Reader Author Get Together in June, I asked how she managed to write so many books. (Paige is incredibly prolific!) I […]

Should You Make Your Romance Novel Erotic? by Jennifer Probst

Please help me welcome author Jennifer Probst to RU! I had the good fortune of meeting Jennifer at RWA’s conference last year. We chatted over breakfast, and then touched based after the conference via email. […]

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Excerpt – Claimed by the Captain by Tara Kingston

“What is troubling you?” “Nothing,” she lied unconvincingly. “I simply wondered why you wanted me here…with you.” His eyes turned to ebony, though his voice revealed no hint of his thoughts. “Come on deck with […]

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