*Keeping the language and action scenes simple and coherent.
*Writing where the action is. If your brain is buzzing with a certain part of the story write it out and then build the rest of the tale around that scene.
*Small grammar mistakes. Use less commas and more helping verbs!
We had Antipova join us tonight and she suggested that we do a sort of club cross over. As you no doubt know, Antipova is the club leader for the Eden Cooks Club. She has chosen Truffles as her topic for February and has asked us to write some choice erotica about, contining and saturated with truffles!
Read the chocolate and then eat the chocolate! MmmmMMMmmmmmMMM
Our topics this Month are:
*Truffles- All about the erotic, chocolate treats!
*Critical Review First Kiss- Describe that first kiss you recieved that let you know you had been kissed. Use simple but evocative language and be as descriptive as you can be. Avoid easy fixes and rushed language.
*Open Tpoic- Tell us what's on your mind!
If you are interested in writing for the club simply mail your work as an attachment to (Rayne at edenfantasys dot com) with the subject line being Eden Lit Submissions. If this is your first time writing for our club please include a small autor's bio for the blog, it doesn't have to be fancy but we'd all love to know a little bit about you!
Our deadline for submissions is January 30, 2012 and we have a limit of three submissions per author per month. If you consent to your work being published on the Eden Lit Blog you will receive a $10 gift card for and from EdenFantasys, per submission, up to a total of $30.
The deadline will be enforced and any pieces sent in after the date will be posted but may be posted after the meeting if time doesn't permit.
We are asking for finished pieces and a maximum of three pieces per author please indicate if your piece should recieve critical review. This is subject to change in the future depending on the popularity of the club.
There is no set writing style, the pieces can be anything from poetry to raunchy erotic literature. If your piece needs an introduction please include it with the submission to Rayne.
This club is open to everyone, not just writers. The pieces will be published during the two weeks before the next meeting of the writer's club, where we hope to see all of you!