Category Archives: Writing Wonkomance

Thinking about wonkomance from an author’s perspective.

On Voice

The last post on Wonkomance was like the smartest thing written about writing, so if you’re looking for something insightful and mind-bending, CLICK HERE. For those of you still with me, I’ve been thinking about voice lately. No, scratch that. … Continue reading

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It’s All Greek to Me: Argue for Your Wonk with Classical Appeals

Imagine you’re a 17th-century theatre goer of some means headed to Blackfriars Theater for a night of Romance and Spectacle with a little wry king-bashing and trap-door special fx. Imagine too, that the billing is something certified wonktastical complete with … Continue reading

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Lusty Weevils and Brain Genitals: The Strengths and Pitfalls of First Person

Most romance is written from the third-person point of view, but Team Wonkomance has collectively written a whop-load of first-person stories. Amber Lin, in her post First-Person POVs Have More Fun, touched on her own feelings about reading and writing … Continue reading

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