How to Write Hot Sex: Tips from Multi-Published Erotic Romance Authors

This collection of essays by multi-published erotic romance authors details the art of writing sizzling hot sex scenes. Whether you’re writing sensual, steamy, or full-on explicit sex scenes, writers can learn from the authors who write and sell sexy books for a living. Do you want to write erotica? Or an erotic romance? Perhaps you just want to add some hot sexual tension to your romance novel. This is the book for you. Here you’ll find essays on the art of writing smokin’ hot vanilla sex, gay sex, BDSM, kink, and ménage, as well as essays on how to find paying markets and publishers for your books and short stories. “How to Write Hot Sex: Tips from Multi-Published Erotic Romance Authors” gives you all the information you need to write sex well and get published!

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3 Comments

  1. The Kama Sutra of erotic romance writing How to Write Hot Sex is like the Kama Sutra of erotic romance writing, filled with tips and techniques for putting passion and freshness into your sex scenes, whether you write sweet romance or kinky erotica. 

  2. A must-read for Romance Writers of all Genres and Career Paths! Don’t think you write hot sex? Think again! Sure this collection has plenty to offer erotica authors, but it’s real value lies in helping writers of all sub-genres who want to open the bedroom door on love scenes–whether they want to crack it or shine a spotlight on it. The articles on pacing, tension, realism, conflict, and emotion are among the best I’ve read on doing love scenes right. The articles are chock-full of examples and written in a very approachable way–this isn’t a dry textbook…

  3. Only book on writing sex scenes you will ever need! Go ahead and get rid of the other books you may have on writing sex, because this is the only one you will ever need. I learned so much from this book that I wish other books could be like it. Every subject is covered and the authors are not sloppy in dishing information. The advice is easy to follow, remember and incorporate into your writing and you can tell all the authors want you to learn how to better your writing. I just finished my first romance novel and was into the third edit when I…

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