Why label the book as something else when you want to write erotica?
Just label it as such, I'm pretty sure society is okay with sex now. JK wrote: "Pretty sure the majority would disagree, but I do not.
Ketika dikonfirmasi apakah benar kabar yang menyebutkan Ema merupakan istri petinggi salah satu organisasi keagamaan, Argo tak membantah. Namun, Argo tak mau menyebut nama organisasi keagamaan tersebut. Argo tidak mau menjelaskan hasil pemeriksaan terhadap Ema.
Dia juga tidak mau membocorkan seperti apa hubungan Firza dengan Rizieq. "Tunggu saja perkembangan selanjutnya (dari penyidik)," Argo menambahkan.
We've got 13 books and a plethora of short stories and there has been one sex scene. There are series a fraction of the length of DF and have 20 times the amount of sex. It's mentioned, but you don't get any of the unwarranted detail.
And then there's something like the Fever series where rape is a perfectly good method of getting someone to get over rape. These are the types of things I really can't tolerate or understand.
Likewise, dedicating paragraphs to a sex scene has me wondering why the author is wasting my time rather than implying what happened and then letting me go, "okay, they have a healthy sex lide and are in love." I don't need the play by play. Due the majority of UF readers like graphic scenes? I am about 90% done with Andrew Chapman\'s, Pagan.
Siswanto | Agung Sandy Lesmana Senin, 20 Februari 2017 | WIB - Penyidik Polda Metro Jaya sudah memeriksa Ema.
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There have been numerous times in this group and in reviews I mention my dislike of gratuitous amounts of sex so I won't go super detailed.
Or perhaps if there is something unorthodox that either of the characters do to reveal some facet of their personalities that might not be revealed in any other way.
There's always the 'show don't tell'aspect of writing and I've used brief sex scenes to show degrees of tenderness, and tendencies toward submission and dominance...