Romance writers spend a lot of time trying to come up with new and interesting ways to describe what a person feels when they experience love. It turns out that scientists are also finding intriguing ways of showing what happens when we love someone. This wonderful video shows a light-hearted competition between six people who… Continue reading What happens when science meets love?
First, I’d like to thank Kat for inviting me over here to her blog. You gotta love someone who says–I’d like you to guest post and can you make it about sex? LOL Why, yes, yes I can actually. : ) A couple of weeks ago, I ran across this article via Twitter (where all… Continue reading Why do all the romance heroes have six packs? – Guest post by Roni Loren
The Literary Review has announced its nominees for the 2011 Bad Sex in Fiction Award. If you’re not familiar with the Bad Sex in Fiction award, I can’t describe it any better than Jezebel magazine does: [E]ach year the Literary Review has singled out an author who writes awkwardly enough about sex to convince readers… Continue reading Are men worse at writing sex than women?
I’ve stumbled across some brilliant parodies this week. The first is the blog Feminist Ryan Gosling, with its “Hey, girl” captions. Feminist Ryan Gosling has only been around for about six weeks. Danielle, a University of Wisconsin grad student and teacher on the gender studies program, created it as a way of helping her remember… Continue reading Friday feminist funnies
If there’s one thing you’d think romance writers – who tend to be women writing for women – know about, it’s the workings of their own bodies. After all, some of us write fairly explicit sex scenes, right? This week, though, I was surprised to discover how ignorant I was as I read the delightfully… Continue reading Five things romance writers should know about vaginas