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Since my NaNoWriMo challenge for myself is writing a Romance novel—I’m having a blast by the way—I thought I’d share a blatantly obvious little something I realized while writing Chapter Nine:

You can be totally sexy without using certain words.

Seriously, you can totally skip the:

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And the:

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Leaving something to the imagination— the huge tease of a hand stroking up the inner thigh, a partner’s breathy moan in response to the perfect touch, all the tingling skin and the panting and the begging and all the other glorious little what-naughts (deliberate misspelling there)—can be even sexier than all the graphic language.

Seriously, how man juicy:

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Or big, fat, throbbing:

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do you really need to write those sexy moments in Romance (as opposed to Erotica)? I’ve got good news for you if the aforementioned naughty words just aren’t your style, Sugar Britches:

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