writing love scenes

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Keeping the Bedroom Door Closed – by Rayne Hall

TweetRU Contributor Rayne Hall is back with a discussion on writing love scenes. Do you really need one? Does the plot require the couple to have sex, but you don’t want the reader to share […]

Writing Integrated Love Scenes, by Ask An Editor Theresa Stevens

TweetGood morning! Today, we’re sharing a post from our archives written by one of RU’s first regular contributors, editor Theresa Stevens.  Physical intimacy is an important part of romance. In fact, you might say that […]

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 […]

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 […]

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