Sexy Saturday Round-Up
by Liz Everly and the Lady Smut Bloggers
Hello, Sexy! We are back with our noses to the grindstone here at Lady Smut. We are diligently searching for some of the best, juciest content to bring to you every Saturday morning. Enjoy!
Molly Green parsing the publishing predictions.
The word in hybrid publishing.
Kensington’s Steven Zacharius on how publishers decide to publish books.
Jenna Jackson on hair and eye color in your heros.
The latest round of Frazenfreude: Jennifer Weiner wonders how being on social media has become the new way to dismiss women as “shameless self-promoters” because you know, we always do it wrong.
How to write a computer-generated bestseller?
Meryl Streep and Emma Thompson are epic.
Teach Me Tonight looks on with hope at another mainstream writer taking romance seriously.
Think it’s just about sex? Wrong! Here are ten things men want from you.
Four fashion staples you must own (according to Glamour magazine, anyway).
One woman’s rather harrowing tale of when bad things happen with a menstrual cup.
Is this funny? Interesting? Creepily weird? You make the call – critiquemydickpic.
Here’s an argument that Buffy didn’t change things–Discuss amongst yourselves.
Salon.com presents the rise of erotic romance and its appeal.
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