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Let’s Get It On The Page: Writing Sex Scenes to Excite and Entice Your Readers
January 10 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pmFree
Perhaps you snuck a peek at your grandma’s romance novels and giggled at the over-the-top metaphors. Maybe your writing group said you could use a sex scene but you’re mortified by putting it on the page. Maybe you write erotica and want to polish your craft.
Sex can be one of the most exciting and emotionally resonant moments in a novel. It can also be cringe-worthy and awkward.
Join author and sex-positivity advocate, Karelia Stetz-Waters, for a talk on writing fabulous sex scenes. This fun, unembarrassed look at sex scenes will cover plot and character elements as well as the physicality of sex on the page, Karelia will practical tips and tricks that any writer can use. All heat levels, sexual orientations, and gender identities are welcome.
About Karelia Stetz-Waters
Karelia’s sex-positive romance, Satisfaction Guaranteed, was rated one of Amazon’s Best Romances of 2021. She has been featured on the Ripped Bodice, Reader Seeks Romance and UME Radio. She’s received starred reviews from Kirkus Reviews, Publisher’s Weekly, and the Library Journal. She teaches writing at Linn-Benton Community College and for the Golden Crown Literary Society Writing Academy.
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