Passionate Ink – Some Like it Hot

Passionate Ink is Erotic Romance Special Interest Chapter #207 of Romance Writers of America

Workshops

Workshops are open to all writers in all genres.
Click on a workshop for more details or click here for our calendar.

Upcoming Workshops

MEMBERS ONLY FREE EXCLUSIVE
Burning Ink: How to Write Erotic Romances with Characters and Scenes that Sizzle
By Angela Knight
Sept. 8th – Oct. 6th, 2016

Writing and Selling Short Fiction for Anthologies, Magazines and Websites
By Kristina Wright
Oct. 13th – 27th, 2016

Workshop Details


Burning Ink: How to Write Erotic Romances with Characters and Scenes that Sizzle
By Angela Knight
September 8 through October 6, 2016
TRACK: Craft
LENGTH: Four Weeks
FREE for Passionate Ink Members
MEMBER EXCLUSIVE – Click here to join PI

WORKSHOP DESCRIPTION:

New York Times bestselling erotic romance author Angela Knight is back by popular demand with an all-new course on how to write erotic romance book. It’s been a few years since the steamy book market exploded and it’s time to update your skills and gain new insights about how to craft good and sexy fiction. Angela will cover everything from setting to sensual detail to BDSM. And she will discuss how to:

ABOUT THE PRESENTER: Angela Knight is the New York Times bestselling author of the Mageverse paranormal series for Penguin Putnam’s Berkley imprint. She started out as a comic book writer in 1988, but was first published in erotic romance in 1996 in Red Sage’s Secrets anthology series. Since then, she has written 21 novellas and eight novels. She has also won two Critics Choice awards from Romantic Times magazine for Best Erotic Romance and Best Werewolf Romance. This year, she was nominated for a career achievement award as well as an award for Best Shapeshifter for Master of Dragons. All of her novels have received Top Picks from the critics at Romantic Times.

This exclusive workshop is for Passionate Ink members only. PI members should visit the PI Workshops forum for their required Registration Key. Click here to register.

***Permission to forward granted and encouraged***


Writing and Selling Short Fiction for Anthologies, Magazines and Websites
By Kristina Wright
October 13-27, 2016
TRACK: Craft
LENGTH: Two Weeks
$25.00 for Non-Members
$22.50 for RWA Members
$18.75 for Passionate Ink Members

WORKSHOP DESCRIPTION:

1. Why writing short fiction is a great idea for your career

2. How to determine what to write and where to send it

3. Give them (the publisher) what they want

4. Before you sign on the dotted line

5. Writing short for the pro

6. Where to go from here

ABOUT THE PRESENTER: Kristina Wright is a full-time freelance writer and award-winning author. She is the editor of over a dozen erotica and erotic romance anthologies, including Fairy Tale Lust and the Best Erotic Romance series. She has written for Harlequin and was a RWA Golden Heart winner in the Romantic Suspense category. She has also written a single-author anthology for HarperCollins and her short fiction has appeared in over one hundred print anthologies. Her nonfiction has appeared in publications as diverse as the Washington Post, RT Book Reviews, Cosmopolitan, Good Housekeeping, USA Today, Narratively, Role/Reboot and Brain, Child Magazine. She holds a B.A. in English from Charleston Southern University and a M.A. in Humanities from Old Dominion University and she has taught college composition and world mythology at the college level, as well as writing workshops for The Muse Writers Center in Norfolk, VA. She blogs for Mom.me and BookBub.com and lives in Virginia with her husband and their two sons.

PI members should visit the PI Workshops forum for their required Registration Key. RWA member discounts will be applied automatically after logging into RWA.org. Click here to register.

***Permission to forward granted and encouraged***




Passionate Ink workshops are held in our classrooms. Access to the classroom will end two weeks after the workshop concludes, so be sure and download all related materials before that time.

If there’s a workshop you would like to see Passionate Ink sponsor or if you would like to submit a workshop proposal, please contact the Workshop Director at Workshops[at]PassionateInk[dot]org.

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