Erotic Writing: A Voice to Touch the Reader
Stephen Lloyd Webber, Dec 5, 2010 - 54 pages
When human beings go around in the world, they do so with their bodies. We are drenched in sensory phenomena.This guide is for writers interested in a mode of writing that gives the reader an experience. This type of writing is termed sensual because it invites the reader to feel, and erotic because it demonstrates closeness, even intimacy.
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