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Workshop with Vanessa Hawkins -Ink and Intimacy - via Zoom

  • 8 Feb 2024
  • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
  • via Zoom


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Dive into the sizzling world of literary passion with our "Ink and Intimacy" workshop! Unleash your creativity and learn the art of crafting scintillating sex scenes that will leave readers breathless and begging for more.

From subtle seduction to steamy encounters, join us as we explore the nuances of intimacy in writing. This workshop is not just about the act itself but delving into the emotions, tensions, and sensations that make a sex scene truly unforgettable.

Whether you're a seasoned romance writer or just curious about adding a touch of heat to your narrative, "Ink and Intimacy" promises a playful, safe, and downright titillating environment to explore the sensual side of storytelling.

Warning: This workshop may lead to increased heart rates, creative sparks, and a newfound appreciation for the power of well-written passion. Join us if you dare to turn up the literary heat! 

Thursday, February 8, 2024, 7:00-9:00 pm, via Zoom

This event is made possible by Tourism Heritage Culture NB, and The Canada Council for the Arts #bringing the arts to life

About Vanessa Hawkins: A life-long lover of horror, Vanessa wrote her first story when she was in grade five. It was entitled Mutilated and warranted a trip to the school guidance counselor. Since then, she has gone on to write over a dozen publications in the fantasy, horror, steampunk and romance genres. Vanessa garnered the best selling title with her novel The Curious Case of Simon Todd last year, and has won second place in the David Adams Richards Prize for fiction, and honorable mentions in the WFNB writing competition for her novel A Child to Cry Over. 

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