Book Tour: All tied up with Hers To Command’s Patricia Knight
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In the third book of the Verdantian series, the main character has a wee bit of a fetish. He likes to tie women up - artistically. When doing my research on this kink that is referred to as shibari or more properly for the erotic form, kinbaku, I found out some interesting facts.
The art form began in Japan and its original intent was merely to confine prisoners. It makes sense if you spend two seconds thinking about it.
January 31, 2012
P.R. Mason Entanglements Book Tour: In (More Than) Living Color
Over the past few years I've become more and more analytical when I'm reading. It's the curse (and the blessing) of an author, I suppose, to be hyper aware of the "structure" and "technique" in a novel. When a book really engages me and sparks emotion, I have to go back and analyze the methods the author used to tell their story. I don't want to copy their book but I do want to use their techniques. And the other day I saw a movie that reminded me filmmaking techniques can also teach some novel writing lessons.
Men In Uniform
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