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More Than a Guilty Pleasure: Week 1, Day 5 #WritingPrompt #amwritingromance

WRITING PROMPT: She hid it so well he wasn’t going to be able to find it.  Beginners: Write for 13 minutes. Intermediate: Write for 35 minutes. Advanced: Look at your times & word counts from days 1, 2, and 3. Estimate

More Than a Guilty Pleasure: Week 1, Day 5 #WritingPrompt #amwritingromance

WRITING PROMPT: She hid it so well he wasn’t going to be able to find it.  Beginners: Write for 13 minutes. Intermediate: Write for 35 minutes. Advanced: Look at your times & word counts from days 1, 2, and 3. Estimate

More Than a Guilty Pleasure: Week 1, Day 4 #WritingPrompt #amwritingromance

WRITING PROMPT: The floor was cold and sticky, but… Beginners: Write for 11 minutes. Intermediate: Write for 30 minutes. Advanced: Look at your times & word counts from days 1, 2, and 3. Estimate when you think your natural break will

More Than a Guilty Pleasure: Week 1, Day 4 #WritingPrompt #amwritingromance

WRITING PROMPT: The floor was cold and sticky, but… Beginners: Write for 11 minutes. Intermediate: Write for 30 minutes. Advanced: Look at your times & word counts from days 1, 2, and 3. Estimate when you think your natural break will

More Than a Guilty Pleasure: Week 1, Day 3 #WritingPrompt #amwritingromance #writingtips

WRITING PROMPT: The writing was almost indecipherable. Almost. Beginners: Write for 9 minutes. Intermediate: Write for 25 minutes. Advanced: Write until you reach a natural break. Note down your time and word count. (Your natural break may be 15 minutes.

More Than a Guilty Pleasure: Week 1, Day 3 #WritingPrompt #amwritingromance #writingtips

WRITING PROMPT: The writing was almost indecipherable. Almost. Beginners: Write for 9 minutes. Intermediate: Write for 25 minutes. Advanced: Write until you reach a natural break. Note down your time and word count. (Your natural break may be 15 minutes.

More Than a Guilty Pleasure: Week 1, Day 2 #WritingPrompt #amwritingromance

WRITING PROMPT: He was the perfect house husband, except… . Beginners: Write for 7 minutes. Intermediate: Write for 20 minutes. Advanced: Write until you reach a natural break. Note down your time and word count. (Your natural break may be

More Than a Guilty Pleasure: Week 1, Day 2 #WritingPrompt #amwritingromance

WRITING PROMPT: He was the perfect house husband, except… . Beginners: Write for 7 minutes. Intermediate: Write for 20 minutes. Advanced: Write until you reach a natural break. Note down your time and word count. (Your natural break may be

More Than a Guilty Pleasure: Week 1, Day 1 #WritingPrompt #amwritingromance

WRITING PROMPT: She was never going to go through that again. Beginners: Write for 5 minutes. Intermediate: Write for 15 minutes. Advanced: Write until you reach a natural break. Note down your time and word count. RULES Start timer or

More Than a Guilty Pleasure: Week 1, Day 1 #WritingPrompt #amwritingromance

WRITING PROMPT: She was never going to go through that again. Beginners: Write for 5 minutes. Intermediate: Write for 15 minutes. Advanced: Write until you reach a natural break. Note down your time and word count. RULES Start timer or

More Than A Guilty Pleasure: Mastering the Romance Novel Form to Tell the Perfect Story Winter 2020 #writingcourse

As I crawl out from between the sheets with another delicious guilty read… I want to, again, I argue vociferously that reading and writing romance and erotica is more than a guilty pleasure. It’s sort of a revolution, really. And, anyone

More Than A Guilty Pleasure: Mastering the Romance Novel Form to Tell the Perfect Story Winter 2020 #writingcourse

As I crawl out from between the sheets with another delicious guilty read… I want to, again, I argue vociferously that reading and writing romance and erotica is more than a guilty pleasure. It’s sort of a revolution, really. And, anyone

He would not touch her #writingprompt #amwriting #dirtywritingsecrets

No foreplay today, just go: He would not touch her. The Rules: Beginners: Set a timer for five to 15 minutes. If you’re just beginning a writing practice, write for five minutes. That’s enough. Then add a minute or two

He would not touch her #writingprompt #amwriting #dirtywritingsecrets

No foreplay today, just go: He would not touch her. The Rules: Beginners: Set a timer for five to 15 minutes. If you’re just beginning a writing practice, write for five minutes. That’s enough. Then add a minute or two

The scent was overpowering and she wanted to scream #writingprompt #dirtywritingsecrets

You provide the discipline. I provide the inspiration. Deal? Deal. Writing prompt: The scent was overpowering and she wanted to scream Need more? How (and why) to work with writing prompts: M. Jane Colette’s short primer on this amazing censor-buster

The scent was overpowering and she wanted to scream #writingprompt #dirtywritingsecrets

You provide the discipline. I provide the inspiration. Deal? Deal. Writing prompt: The scent was overpowering and she wanted to scream Need more? How (and why) to work with writing prompts: M. Jane Colette’s short primer on this amazing censor-buster

He reached for the lipstick with a grin #writingprompt #dirtywritingsecrets

No rest for the wicked! Happy Labo(u)r Day… but you gotta write today too. Writing prompt: He reached for the lipstick with a grin. Need more? How (and why) to work with writing prompts: M. Jane Colette’s short primer on

He reached for the lipstick with a grin #writingprompt #dirtywritingsecrets

No rest for the wicked! Happy Labo(u)r Day… but you gotta write today too. Writing prompt: He reached for the lipstick with a grin. Need more? How (and why) to work with writing prompts: M. Jane Colette’s short primer on

“And that’s why we need a safe word.” #writingprompt #dirtywritingsecrets

Happy Monday! Writing prompt: “And that’s why we need a safe word.” Need more? How (and why) to work with writing prompts: M. Jane Colette’s short primer on this amazing censor-buster The first 30 or so Writing Prompts from the

“And that’s why we need a safe word.” #writingprompt #dirtywritingsecrets

Happy Monday! Writing prompt: “And that’s why we need a safe word.” Need more? How (and why) to work with writing prompts: M. Jane Colette’s short primer on this amazing censor-buster The first 30 or so Writing Prompts from the

“My apology for breaking the rules. There was no other way.” #writingprompt #dirtywritingsecrets

Have fun with this one: Writing prompt: “My apology for breaking the rules. There was no other way.” Need more? How (and why) to work with writing prompts: M. Jane Colette’s short primer on this amazing censor-buster The first 30

“My apology for breaking the rules. There was no other way.” #writingprompt #dirtywritingsecrets

Have fun with this one: Writing prompt: “My apology for breaking the rules. There was no other way.” Need more? How (and why) to work with writing prompts: M. Jane Colette’s short primer on this amazing censor-buster The first 30

Community, synchronicity, gratitude and all the good things: from When Words Collide to Writing Better Fiction to finding your people

The Ninth Chapter of WHEN WORDS COLLIDE is now over, and around Western Canada, the Northwestern United States, and some pockets in the Midwest and East, 800 exhausted readers and writers are processing and composing their notes of gratitude. My

Community, synchronicity, gratitude and all the good things: from When Words Collide to Writing Better Fiction to finding your people

The Ninth Chapter of WHEN WORDS COLLIDE is now over, and around Western Canada, the Northwestern United States, and some pockets in the Midwest and East, 800 exhausted readers and writers are processing and composing their notes of gratitude. My

Eyes closed. Mouth open. And then… #writingprompt #dirtywritingsecrets

Happy Monday! You know what to do. Writing prompt: Eyes closed. Mouth open. And then… Need more? How (and why) to work with writing prompts: M. Jane Colette’s short primer on this amazing censor-buster The first 30 or so Writing

Eyes closed. Mouth open. And then… #writingprompt #dirtywritingsecrets

Happy Monday! You know what to do. Writing prompt: Eyes closed. Mouth open. And then… Need more? How (and why) to work with writing prompts: M. Jane Colette’s short primer on this amazing censor-buster The first 30 or so Writing

She insisted on the blindfold #writingprompt #dirtywritingsecrets

All you’ve got to do is show up. I’m gonna tell you what to write. 😉 Writing prompt: She insisted on the blindfold. Need more? How (and why) to work with writing prompts: M. Jane Colette’s short primer on this

She insisted on the blindfold #writingprompt #dirtywritingsecrets

All you’ve got to do is show up. I’m gonna tell you what to write. 😉 Writing prompt: She insisted on the blindfold. Need more? How (and why) to work with writing prompts: M. Jane Colette’s short primer on this

“Why did you have to do that?” #writingprompt #dirtywritingsecrets

This morning, instead of checking Facebook, you’re going to write: Writing prompt: “Why did you have to do that?” Need more? How (and why) to work with writing prompts: M. Jane Colette’s short primer on this amazing censor-buster The first

“Why did you have to do that?” #writingprompt #dirtywritingsecrets

This morning, instead of checking Facebook, you’re going to write: Writing prompt: “Why did you have to do that?” Need more? How (and why) to work with writing prompts: M. Jane Colette’s short primer on this amazing censor-buster The first

She stole his cab #writingprompt #dirtywritingsecrets

Ready? Five minutes. Go: Writing prompt: She stole his cab. Need more? How (and why) to work with writing prompts: M. Jane Colette’s short primer on this amazing censor-buster The first 30 or so Writing Prompts from the More Than

She stole his cab #writingprompt #dirtywritingsecrets

Ready? Five minutes. Go: Writing prompt: She stole his cab. Need more? How (and why) to work with writing prompts: M. Jane Colette’s short primer on this amazing censor-buster The first 30 or so Writing Prompts from the More Than

That was when he noticed the heavy duty anchors in the ceiling #writingprompt #dirtywritingsecrets

You provide the pen and paper and the discipline. I provide the inspiration. Go: Writing prompt: That was when he noticed the heavy duty anchors in the ceiling Need more? How (and why) to work with writing prompts: M. Jane

That was when he noticed the heavy duty anchors in the ceiling #writingprompt #dirtywritingsecrets

You provide the pen and paper and the discipline. I provide the inspiration. Go: Writing prompt: That was when he noticed the heavy duty anchors in the ceiling Need more? How (and why) to work with writing prompts: M. Jane

She was not going to surrender without a fight #writingprompt #dirtywritingsecrets

You provide the pen and paper and the discipline. I provide the inspiration. Go: Writing prompt: She was not going to surrender without a fight. Need more? How (and why) to work with writing prompts: M. Jane Colette’s short primer

She was not going to surrender without a fight #writingprompt #dirtywritingsecrets

You provide the pen and paper and the discipline. I provide the inspiration. Go: Writing prompt: She was not going to surrender without a fight. Need more? How (and why) to work with writing prompts: M. Jane Colette’s short primer

It was like the balcony scene in Romeo and Juliet, as directed by Tim Burton #writingprompt #dirtywritingsecrets

Happy Canada Day! It’s Monday, though, so, you know what you gotta do. Writing prompt: It was like the balcony scene in Romeo and Juliet, as directed by Tim Burton. Need more? How (and why) to work with writing prompts:

It was like the balcony scene in Romeo and Juliet, as directed by Tim Burton #writingprompt #dirtywritingsecrets

Happy Canada Day! It’s Monday, though, so, you know what you gotta do. Writing prompt: It was like the balcony scene in Romeo and Juliet, as directed by Tim Burton. Need more? How (and why) to work with writing prompts:

He didn’t believe in curses, but… #writingprompt #dirtywritingsecrets

On Mondays, we write! Pen, paper, five minutes of time–go: Writing prompt: He didn’t believe in curses, but… Need more? How (and why) to work with writing prompts: M. Jane Colette’s short primer on this amazing censor-buster The first 30

He didn’t believe in curses, but… #writingprompt #dirtywritingsecrets

On Mondays, we write! Pen, paper, five minutes of time–go: Writing prompt: He didn’t believe in curses, but… Need more? How (and why) to work with writing prompts: M. Jane Colette’s short primer on this amazing censor-buster The first 30