If you’ve had even a mild thought about writing erotic romance, this is your opportunity to come and find out what writing erotic romance really entails, and try your hand at a scene or two (and see if you melt in the process).
I was interviewed by the St. Albert Gazette during the week about the workshop, and I’ve been given two conflicting dates for when the article is appearing — today, or next Saturday. If you flip over to the St. Albert Gazette site today, you might find that article on their site. I have no idea how it reads, as they didn’t send me a preview. I could come across as just terrible! [postscript — it’s 6am and I just flipped over — the article is up, here.]
The workshop itself will be broken up into two portions. There will be a “primer” section at the front where I will walk everyone through the basics of the erotic romance industry and what writing erotic romance involves. There will be a short Q&A period as well.
The workshop section is very much hands-on — you get to write and edit your own sex scene, with input from everyone else in the class.
The workshop will be held between 2:00 and 4:00 p.m. on Saturday, February 16th, at the St. Albert Public Library. If you have any questions about the workshop, feel free to contact me, or the Library directly at 780-459-1682. You do need to register in advance for the workshop.
5 St. Anne Street
St. Albert, Alberta,
Canada, T8N 3Z9
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