There’s an attention getter. Go on, how many of you came here just because of the title of the post was “Sex”?
So is this to be a salacious, racy, tasteless post? Nah. Not this time.
This post is about a new anthology called Sex Scene.
Oohhhh, erotica. Porn.
Not exactly. Not at all, really. It is explicit, even erotic, but it’s deeply moving as well. Here’s a little blurb from the editor of the anthology, Robert James Russell:
Sex Scene: An Anthology aims to decontextualize sex, asking the reader to look at the act itself as not only a form of art, but also as the very basest of human urges. The result is a cacophony of unique perspectives, cultures, styles and scenes—from soft and romantic to deranged and hardcore—that invites you to leave any hang-ups behind and actively engage in conversations about the all-too-often taboo topic, showing that, perhaps, we are not so different after all.
With stories by:
Scott C. Rogers
Sarah E. Melville
Robert James Russell
Cover Image by John Vestevich
And let me tell you, these authors blow my mind. Incredible talent. I’m honored to be included.
Best of all, this one’s free. You can download it for free, or if you pay for the paper and ink, you can get a paperback version.
Go on, check it out.
Ok. The title got me but I will say in my own defense that if there is something to help me get over my “fear” of not being able to write a sex scene, I’ll jump into it 🙂
Thank you for the ebook.
Ren, I would have clicked on a post with that title too. 😉
You know, I didn’t know how I’d do with a sex scene before I wrote one the first time. Worst case scenario it would suck and then you delete and no one ever knows.
I actually think it’s a good exercise for all writers, no matter what kind of material you usually do.
And Leah, yours is awesome! 🙂