After a recent conversation with Editor Sara regarding a sex scene in her novel, I realized that not many know about some of the more unusual rules romance and erotic writers face. So buckle up Bucksters, because you’re about to go on a magical journey into the land of sex scenes in the publishing industry.
This post contains NSFW words! You’ve been warned.
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