How do like your Sex Scenes, whether it’s Writing them or Reading them?

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Do you like to read? Wouldn’t you like to know more about your favorite authors? Well you came to the right place! Join the MMB Open Book Blog Hop each Wednesday and they will tell all. Every week we’ll answer questions and after you’ve enjoyed the blog on this site we’ll direct you to another. So come back often for a thrilling ride! Tell your friends and feel free to ask us questions in the comment box.

This week they asked:

1. Do you like every last detail? Many scenes? A glimpse into them? More about the characters feelings than the actual act? Medical terms used for parts?

As for me, I just happened to write a blogpost on it last month. Check out what I think here: Is There a Right or Wrong Way to Write a Sex Scene?



2. What was the last book you read that stayed with you long after you read “The End”?

I’ve read a lot of books this year, but I guess the one that touched me the most was “A Fault in Our Stars.” Although my daughter told me how it ended, I still couldn’t control myself. I had to get up early for work the next day but I was reading it on the couch and had to finish it. My daughter had fallen asleep in my lap with an annoying TV show on and I couldn’t get up to get the remote. Despite not being able to move, despite the loud, annoying show, and the remote no where in reach, I still tuned everything out and cried my eyes out! I kept wiping my tears on the blanket over me and could barely read from all the tears flowing and flowing.

I watched the movie a month later and still cried like a baby. Yeesh! I cry over TV commercials. Ha ha!

Would you like to see what author PJ Fiala answered for her questions?

Check her out here: www.pjfiala.com

How would you answer these questions? Come on. Let me know!

I love hearing from you!

Christine Ardigo – Author of Cheating to Survive, Every Five Years, and part of the Peace, Love & Romance Anthology

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  1. Very interesting Christine. I agree, I like being titillated and at first, the sex is hot, but it does get old. There is a certain mix of sex and emotion that needs to go into each scene. I like knowing what they are feeling and why is this part (sex) so important? Sometimes it’s the long awaited (finally!) part of a book. Sometimes, for me, it means they’ve finally trusted each other enough to make themselves vulnerable enough to strip down.


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