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Explore the emotional pitfalls and physical pleasures when respectable women find themselves in the role of a naked Venus.

In John Carter’s Conundrum, the titular John Carter is a Bow…

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Pamela George: An Environmental Artist

Title image: Pamela George in her own illustration as a diver. Pamela George brings three firsts to our Five Questions series. First, she is a children’s book author. Second, she is her own illustrator. Third, she is an environmental artist. We are delighted that she is willing to share her experience… read more

Cover Art: My Most Perplexing Problem

Cover Art and Advertising The title image is a famous ad for French champagne by Publicis Conseil. When I looked it up I was surprised to see that it was from 1989. I would have thought it was much older, like from the 1930s or 40s. So I guess its… read more

Character Arc: How To Create One

For this blog on the character arc, I’ll rewrite the title quote. If you find a path with no obstacles, don’t put your character on it. We don’t want to read about someone whose path is strewn with rose petals. We do want to read about a person who has… read more

Julie Tetel Andresen has written about language and love for more than 20 years. A professor of linguistics at Duke University, Julie has also written more than twenty romance novels and novellas. read more