Spotlight on Indie Romance: 2018 Round-up.

It has been a great year for reading. So many wonderful romances in all sub-genres produced by Indie authors. For the last post of 2018, my selected favorites.

First up, my personal favorite: Science Fiction Romance (SFR). SFR comes in many flavors; military, settlers, cyborgs, alien-heroes, alien-villians, even alien-shifters. Carol Van Natta‘s Central Galactic Concordance series falls mostly into the military trope, but adds in a bit of cyborg, and in Pet Trade: A Central Galactic Concordance Novella, some settler-romance and a wonderful menagerie of genetically engineered pets. An injured veterinarian and a cyborg with unusual pets must join forces to save their town. It’s a deadly adventure—with pets—in the fringes of space.

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For those who enjoy more light-hearted romances, romantic comedy remains one of the most popular sub-genres.

In Bella Love‘s Outside the Lines, accountants…

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#amwriting #romance The Best of the Worst Sex Scene Writing Contest

This looks like so much fun!

The Craving Chronicles

DID YOU KNOW...Have you ever read a sex scene that was so awful, you were laughing on the floor? If your answer is yes, do you think you can write one that’s worse? We mean better. No, that’s not right. Cheesier. Funnier. That’s it!

Introducing our First Annual “Best” of the Worst Sex Scene Writing Contest.

RULES: This contest is open to published and non-published writers. We are looking for the most over the top, gratuitous sex scene you can possibly write. Make it moist, make it drip, make it cringe-worthy, make it juicy, and make us laugh. (Please keep your entry rated “R” or “NC-17”. We will accept raunchy and naughty, but not extreme or hardcore entries. )

Submit your 500-1000 word sex scene to alisa@cravepublishing.net today, the last day we will accept and post entries on our blog (www.cchronicles.wordpress.com) is 11/30/17. The entry with the most comments on…

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