Tag Archives: POV

A Midsummer Night’s Aromance

Nat and Sam meet one evening at a couples’ dinner party, and to the delight of the hosts they form a firm and immediate friendship. Gossip around the table turns quickly to plans for marriage and an end to the … Continue reading

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The Soul-Crushing Torture of a 1-Star Review

When reading and writing, and especially when the story gets erotic, I am most comfortable when in the head of a female protagonist. Also, when reading erotic stories, I much prefer to read female authors – which is not to … Continue reading

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First Person, Present Tense and POV

In both my novels I have chosen to write the main character – in both cases a female vampire, but otherwise completely unrelated – in first person present tense. Perhaps as a result of The Hunger Games, first person present … Continue reading

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