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May Online Class: Writing Love Scenes

May Online Class: Writing Love Scenes

Spring is in the air!  Learn how to write love scenes from sweet to sweaty with Tina Gerow/Cassie Ryan.
WHEN:
May 4, 2014 @ 7:15 pm – May 18, 2014 @ 8:15 pm
WHERE:
Online
COST:
$25/$20 for members
Workshop Description:

When: May 4-18 (2 weeks)
How much: $25 for the general public, or $20 for HCRW members

Class blurb:

Writing love scenes is so much more than describing whose lips are where, doing what.  Good love scenes should read smoothly and clearly, and communicate who is doing what to whom as well as when and how, but without sounding like a How-To manual. It should convey emotions and passion, and reveal new insights into the characters as well as advance the plot.  Sound like brain surgery or rocket science?  Nope – no Doctorate degree required – I promise!  Come join us for some no-nonsense discussions about how to thread all of this together into love scenes that readers will devour and you will love to write – regardless of if you write sweet or smokin’ hot.

Instructor Bio:

Tina Gerow is a multi published author under two pen names. She writes sensual paranormal romance as Tina Gerow and erotic paranormal romance as Cassie Ryan.

She’s also an experienced line editor and a public speaker on many topics both motivational and writing related.

So basically she’s a slacker ex band director with an outgoing personality and an overactive imagination who has been put to work writing for the safety of herself and others.

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Learn Tips & Tricks 4 writing Love Scenes Sweet to Erotic

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Join me for an Online Class on Writing Love Scenes for the Carolina Romance Writers.  

May 4 – May 18

 

 

Writing love scenes is so much more than describing whose lips are where, doing what.  Good love scenes should read smoothly and clearly, and communicate who is doing what to whom as well as when and how, but without sounding like a How-To manual. It should convey emotions and passion, and reveal new insights into the characters as well as advance the plot.

Sound like brain surgery or rocket science?  Nope – no Doctorate degree required – I promise!

Come join us for some no-nonsense discussions about how to thread all of this together into love scenes that readers will devour and you will love to write – regardless of if you write sweet or smokin’ hot.

Register