Pillow Talk Secrets: Details, Details, Details…

Jade Waters, Malin James, and Tamsin Flowers are three lovely ladies and three talented writers who have much to say on the subject of writing, and sex, and of course writing about sex. They’re also, as it turns out, dab hands at steamy poetry, too, as those following them know from their recent challenge to each other. I cannot encourage you enough to read their blogs and their published works. They are frequently thought-provoking, often educational, always entertaining, and 100% steamy in their luscious use of language.

Beside their own individual blogs, they also collaborate on Pillow Talk, where they present topics of interest to the erotica and erotic romance writer in an engaging informal interview or panel discussion format. In this latest installment, the topic is details and descriptions: how much to include, and how much is too much? See what they have to say, and join in the conversation on Pillow Talk.

Pillow Talk

Hi everyone!

Welcome to the next round of Pillow Talk Secrets! Today, Malin James, Tamsin Flowers and I—your host for the day, Jade A. Waters—have some major details to discuss…physical details, that is. The question is, how much physical description is “ideal” in erotica, and is it the same for readers as it is for writers?

We are so delighted you’ve joined us—so without further ado, let’s talk about those dirty details…

Pillow Talk Secrets

Jade: Hello, ladies! So nice to be back together again! How are the both of you?

Malin: Hiya! I’m doing good—got my first cup of tea right here, so I’m feeling fine (though I’ll feel better after the third!).

Tamsin: Hello girls—hope you’re both well!

J: Good to see you both. I’m very excited for today’s session! Shall we dive right in?

T: Absolutely!

J: All right—today is all about the dirty deets. As in…

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