Sexy Saturday Round-Up

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Hello, Sexy! The Lady Smut blogger have been scouring the Internets just for YOU. Sit back, relax, and read some of our favorite posts from this week.

From Liz:

The latest erotic book that stores are refusing to carry: Tampa.

Do we really want our men to be heroes?

Zoe Archer’s tips for becoming a romance author.

Action and reaction as building blocks in your writing.

Is wearing a weave sinful?

Sleep in history.

From Madeline:

Class listen up! This is going to be on the test: Roleplay 101 from Tracy Cooper Posey.

I’m just a beard: A history of beards in the workplace.

It’s not you–it’s…um….Jezebel asks “How Nice Does A Woman Have To Be To A Guy She Rejects?”

Courtney Milan does Self publishing Math.

From Two History Girls: How to sell a wife in 1787. 

From Elizabeth:

Like looking at naked celebrities? Here are 47 unforgettable nude scenes.

Fall in lust with your own body.

Getting excited about the upcoming new season of Saturday Night Live? Here are the four new featured players.

Oops! 15 things we gals do that apparently turn guys off.

Worried that you may be past your sexual peak? Fear not! Turns out it’s just a load of crap.

For those who miss The Borgias, Sarah’s HIstory blog offers a great post on all those paintings in the opening credits. Beautiful.

from CMK:

Varying your writing by Leigh Russell

My publisher’s offering a free dessert cookbook.

Noble Romance shuts down, returning rights to authors.

Stay Hungry,


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  • Post authorLiz Everly

    The business with Noble Romance is seriously whacked and scary!

    Reply to Liz Everly
    • Post authorcmkempe

      The former CEO is an utter arsehole who treated writers with contempt. Don’t piss off writers: we are tenacious and rhetorically gifted.

      Reply to cmkempe
      • Post authorElizabeth Shore

        Indeed. I have a friend who was a former Noble author. She hounded those bastards relentlessly but succeeded in the end.

        Reply to Elizabeth Shore

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