Category Archives: Writing Wonkomance

Thinking about wonkomance from an author’s perspective.

Making Candy on the Deck of the Titanic

Last week I re-read Anne Lamott’s Bird by Bird. The last time I’d read it was ten years ago, when I was struggling to write and submit literary short stories and getting loads of enthusiastic rejection letters. It wasn’t an … Continue reading

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Meandering Words About Sacrifice

I started reading this book the other day. I didn’t really know much about it except that the cover had a gun, blood and a flower on the cover. Apparently that’s all it takes for me. Turns out this is … Continue reading

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Wonko Weigh-In: Sexy Romance, Erotic Romance, and Erotica

One of the topics that comes up again and again in the romance-writer blog + Twitterverse is the whole issue of how to define what sort of romance-with-sex one is writing or reading, as the case may be. Is it … Continue reading

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