Have I lost my mind? I can’t help feeling that a writer talking about sex is a bit like an actor working with children and animals – the writer is unlikely to come off best! But having read Catherine Czerkawska’s post over at Authors Electric I realised that although we can all think of examples … Continue reading Going out with a bang: do’s and dont’s of writing about sex
I’m as susceptible as the next woman to Daniel Craig’s six pack or Colin Firth’s smouldering gaze, which is why I checked out the Romaniacs Hunky Heroes last week. But a while ago I found myself lusting after someone who rarely features in lists of must-have men. Come on, ladies, how many of you (over … Continue reading My guilty pleasures: real or imagined?
It’s a while since I left the Romantic Novelists’ Association, but would love to have been a fly on the wall on their lively mailing list today, following the BBC’s Consuming Passions shown last night in honour of the Mills & Boon centenary. This was a drama comprised of three stories, each of which celebrated … Continue reading All consuming