We are, in fact, the oldest web-based romance and romance erotica publisher. We have been in business since 1991, and sold erotica through mail-order from '91 through '98, at which point we moved to web-based publishing via a membership site model. We opened our first e-book store in 2001. We currently represent around 350 professional romance authors who have met the RWA minimum guidelines.
He put his what in her what? Whether you love or hate writing them (and for those that include them), the sex scenes in a book are the crucial difference between erotic and mainstream fiction, and it's important to get them right. Unfortunately, that's easier said than done. One wrong word can often swing the tone from hot to ridiculous, from sexy to cringe worthy, and you don't want to make your reader laugh - not unintentionally, anyway. Luckily, there are some common pitfalls to avoid, and some easy tips and tricks to make sure your sex scenes leave the readers panting for more. Join Blushing Books editors Tahlia and Staci to find out how to ramp up the heat, find the right words and kick up the chemistry, no matter how much (or little) you like to reveal beneath the bed covers.