The Last Tango in Paris: Revolutionary Storytelling of Sexual Encounters in the 70s

For many, the film “The Last Tango in Paris” by director Bernardo Bertolucci defined the way sex scenes were portrayed and told in cinema during the 70s. With the French New Wave movement influencing the storytelling and visual techniques of the time, Bertolucci pushed the envelope with a raw, explicit portrayal of the human body … Continue reading The Last Tango in Paris: Revolutionary Storytelling of Sexual Encounters in the 70s

How does creativity work? Why do the best ideas often come to us in the shower?

Have you ever wondered why the best ideas come to you when you’re not actively looking for them? Maybe it’s in the shower or on your morning walk. This phenomenon is not just in your head. The process of creativity is complex, but we’ve looked at some research to understand better the brain’s role in … Continue reading How does creativity work? Why do the best ideas often come to us in the shower?

The Importance of Character Goals in Erotic Writing

As a writer, you want your readers to feel engaged and invested in your story. One way to do this is to create characters with clear goals. But what exactly are character goals, and how do they work in creative writing? In this article, we will explore the importance of character goals, the different types … Continue reading The Importance of Character Goals in Erotic Writing

Strategizing a New Adult Series: Tips & Tricks for Erotic Romance Writers

Are you an erotic author looking to create a compelling, sensual series for new adult readers? If so, you’ve come to the right place. Developing a successful series takes more than just a great plot or steamy romance. In fact, it takes careful strategy to ensure that your characters continue to grow and your readers … Continue reading Strategizing a New Adult Series: Tips & Tricks for Erotic Romance Writers

The Presentation of the Self in Everyday Life – Erving Goffman about Staging and Body Shame

The human body is a complex and multifaceted structure, filled with both beauty and shame. Sociologist Erving Goffman explored this dichotomy of the body in his seminal work, “The Presentation of Self in Every-day Life”. In this blog post, we will explore Goffman’s ideas about the presentation of the body and their relevance to the … Continue reading The Presentation of the Self in Everyday Life – Erving Goffman about Staging and Body Shame

Unlocking the Secrets of Sorority Letters of Recommendation

Like a kiss, a letter of recommendation is a seal of approval that can make you feel like Cinderella at the ball. But not all sororities consider them equally important. In fact, the tone of a recommendation letter can make or break your chances of being accepted into a sorority. With so many sororities changing … Continue reading Unlocking the Secrets of Sorority Letters of Recommendation

Mastering the Art of Describing Trust in Erotic Fiction

Trust is essential in any relationship, and in erotic novels it plays a crucial role, especially in more intimate scenes. Without trust, it becomes difficult to create a safe and respectful atmosphere between characters. But how can we accurately describe the physical and psychological indicators of trust in writing? What are the outward signs, and … Continue reading Mastering the Art of Describing Trust in Erotic Fiction

Understanding Mimesis: Definition, Function and Application in Erotic Literature

As a writer, it is important to understand the elements of literature, including the concept of mimesis. Mimesis is a term first introduced by the Greek philosopher Aristotle, and it refers to the imitation or representation of reality in literature, art, music, and other forms of creativity. In this blog post, we will explore the … Continue reading Understanding Mimesis: Definition, Function and Application in Erotic Literature

Your body, Your rules: How to Find Self-Acceptance

Your body is your temple. It is a vessel of beauty and uniqueness that carries you through your life’s journey. Sometimes you may feel like you’re not good enough, but that’s a lie that society has fed us. The truth is that you are perfect just as you are. Freeing yourself from society’s standards of … Continue reading Your body, Your rules: How to Find Self-Acceptance

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