Category Archives: Writing Wonkomance

Thinking about wonkomance from an author’s perspective.

The Myth of Selling Out

I remember when I first got involved in the writing communities online, some of them romance, some of them not. And in the non-romance communities, like where people wrote literary and science fiction and whatever, it was pretty well established … Continue reading

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Project Dog, or Maybe You’d Rather Envision this Hero as a Dog

(Not a literal dog, of course). So once upon a time, I used to do a big corporate training thing for large groups of adults. And since the training involved a lot of motivation and teamwork, which rely heavily on … Continue reading

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Stepping Through the Wardrobe

Months ago, Tiffany Reisz mentioned something on Twitter about Portal Fantasies, those stories where a character literally passes through some kind of doorway to another world. It started me thinking about the subject and why I love those types of … Continue reading

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