Thursday, 8 March 2007

Sex on the Page ...

There. That got your attention ...

Last year I made a decision to really improve my craft as a romance writer by taking a series of online workshops. One of them really stands out as a) being a whole lot of fun and b) offering so much information I'm still working through it six months' later! But if you want to write the sort of romance I want to write, sexual tension is a vital element (if not THE vital element) you need to master.

Sex on the Page: Understanding and Writing Sexual Tension is offered again this April by awesome workshop leader, Mary Buckham. If you are interested in improving your skills as a romance writer I can thoroughly recommend this class. Mary goes through the 12 stages of intimacy and, well ... here's a summary of the class from the WritersOnlineClasses website:

How do you write great sexual tension? That’s the question Mary Buckham posed to Linda Howard, Stella Cameron, Susan Andersen, Nancy Warren and more Romance writers who write great sexual tension from sweet to spicy hot. In her workshop, Mary combines these lessons from real-writers with the practical understanding of the 12 stages of Intimacy, based on Desmond Morris' works, and more recent findings by scientists on the amazing role biology plays in mate attraction and selection. Findings that can be directly incorporated in our creation of powerful sexual tension. So if you want to learn how to increase the sexual tension in your work, don’t miss this opportunity.

For further details click HERE

Don't delay, give yourself a treat and register for Mary's class right now.

Have Fun!


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