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Archived content for the tag ‘romance’

January 13th, 2015 | Blog | Tags:

By Carla Caruso In real life we all want a smooth ride in our relationships: endless sunshine and rainbows from the day your gazes first lock and he/she asks what your poison is. Drama is best kept for that thing you watch when you’ve had a hard day at the […]

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June 2nd, 2014 | Blog | Tags:

By Carla Caruso Chick-lit had its heyday in the nineties with Bridget Jones, Sex and the City, and cocktail-adorned book covers. It was so big, it was inevitable it would one day get too big for its Jimmy Choo boots and become the unthinkable: daggy. But true diehard fans know […]

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August 27th, 2013 | Blog, Genre, Insights, Poetry, Workshops | Tags:

By Donna Ward A poem is an epiphany in words, a journal note in the soul’s high adventure, a gem cut brillante so all life’s glory gleams through. In days filled with lists, and jobs, and deadlines we forget we are part of something intriguing and mysterious. Epiphanies remind us. […]

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August 22nd, 2013 | Blog, Books, Insights, Promotion | Tags:

By Victoria Purman Part of being a writer is talking about yourself and your writing. I know, I know, that idea scares the proverbial out of some people. If you write purely  for yourself, to experience the joys and heartbreaks and deliciousness of assembling words on the page just because […]

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August 6th, 2013 | Blog, Tips, Workshops | Tags:

By Astrid Cooper Anyone can write erotica—it’s just sex scenes strung together. Right? W-R-O-N-G!  To be successful in the competitive erotic fiction market you need more than hot sex on every page. Sometimes you don’t even have to have that much sex in the story to sell like wildfire. What […]

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June 2nd, 2013 | Blog, Guest posts, Resources, Tips, Workshops | Tags:

Hi peeps, Cassandra Dean here, with a few hints and tips for online promotion and marketing as a writer! 1. Have a website. Make the design of it simple and easy to use. Update it regularly. 2. Blog. Blog regularly. Blog often. Blog about random shizz you’re convinced no one […]

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May 10th, 2013 | Blog, Guest posts, Tips, Workshops | Tags:

By Lucy Clark 1. If you don’t write your story, who will? 2. Procrastinate… but then write. 3. You make time to go to the gym, work, sleep, socialise, so why not make time to write? 4. Research is MASSIVE and time consuming and from all the info you collate, […]

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