Posted on 04/29/2021 at 10:38 AM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
Remember the ad campaign from the 1990s that reminded young people that being sexy didn’t mean you had to have sex?
The same holds true for romance novels — they absolutely can set readers’ hearts racing and steal their breath away, without diving into graphic detail.
Bestselling romance writer Sariah Wilson knows this from both the perspective of a reader — who often found herself disappointed by the lack of sparks in clean romance — and an author.
So she’s well qualified to share five tips on writing sensual but not sexual romances; head to Writer’s Digest for her advice.
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