Category Archives: Writing Wonkomance

Thinking about wonkomance from an author’s perspective.

Not Your Good Girl

All my life people have been telling me no… Don’t wear that skirt. Don’t be a tease. Don’t tell anyone. Everything was a negative. I only heard the term sex positive for the first time a few years ago. Did … Continue reading

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Love Is Better Than Hate

I’m trying not to hate my body. It is very, very hard. I have spent as much of my life as I can remember hating my body, or liking my body but only conditionally. I will like you, body, if you … Continue reading

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Our Bodies, Our Shelves: A Guest Post by Sarina Bowen

Or: Is it Possible to Write Realistic Sexytimes When We’re all so Freaking Different? Hello, everyone! Amy Jo here, welcoming Sarina Bowen to Wonkomance today. Sarina and I were in a box set together earlier this year and her book, … Continue reading

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