Withholding sexuality is the only social power women are permitted.
Every story has a hero. And like any good story, she faces many obstacles along her path of heroism. She perseveres.
While this little blurb seems utilitarian on the surface, there's a bit more going on underneath. Here's an opportunity to talk a bit about the craft of writing. Pull up a chair...
We do not punish victims. We punish the prostitutor. Until men own it -all men- we are all complicit, and no small degree absolves you.
Is sex work? Yup. But if you aren't putting in the work, don't expect to take home any trophies. And if you're not any good, don't even expect to start.
Your art is not words, but the imagery you convey with them. Your canvas is the reader's mind.
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Intelligence, sexiness, sexuality, honesty, candor, self-possession, passion, competence, femininity. I have high standards, and I want a woman who does, too.
With Pitch2Publication just around the corner (submission window opens April 07, 2017), authors are running low on time to punch up their manuscripts. In this post, I write about the Writing Voice–both how authors can find theirs and how to develop different ones. Spring 2017 will be my second time as an editor for P2P […] … Continue reading Excellent Advice for Finding Your Writing Voice
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