Category Archives: Writing Wonkomance

Thinking about wonkomance from an author’s perspective.

Summer Lessons

Balance doesn’t come easily to me. I suspect I’m not alone. I suspect what I’m about to describe is common, not only to many writers, but to many creative people. I love to write, and once I start, I don’t … Continue reading

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Looking for Balance

I suck at this game. Balance. Except, of course, it’s not at all a game. Between Ferguson and thousands of people dying on a mountain in Iraq and Ma’lik Richmond playing football again as if that pesky rape conviction never … Continue reading

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Coming Out of the Closet as a Writer: A Guest Post by Bonnie Dee

I’m excited to welcome Bonnie Dee with her first official guest post! Quite a few of us are fans of Bonnie’s work here at Wonkomance — Amber interviews her here, and Charlotte talks about Bonnie’s film-inspired stories here — so it’s a … Continue reading

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