Hot Blooded

Posted on September 26, 2011
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In this delicious article on the dangers of writing sex scenes for the paranormal Paul Goat Allen takes us through some of the moister parts of the writer’s psyche - from The Huffington Post

• “His body knew only one goal, to bury itself into the snug fist of her femininity and let it milk him dry.” – “Demon Rumm” by Sandra Brown

• “Her pubes was a field of wheat after the harvest, a field neatly furrowed; it was a nest, a pomegranate, an arrowhead, a rune. It was a shadow. It was moss on a smooth white stone. There was an orchid within the moss. There was a drop of dew upon the orchid. It had the breath of moss-beds, of the deep seas, of the abyss, of scrimshaw and blue glass, of cold iron; she had the sex of rain forests, the ibis and the scarab; she had the sex of mirrors and candles, of the hot, careful winds that stroke the veldt, the winds that taste of clay and seed and blood; the winds that dreamed of tawny, lean animals.” –“Bronwyn: Silk and Steel” by Ron Miller

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