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WHAT’S HAPPENING AT PASSIONATE INK

MAYbe you should join us for some education, writing time, or just plain old fun! As usual, there is a full calendar of events. 

SPECIAL NOTE: judges be sure to get your Passionate Plume scores submitted by MAY 30!

The May workshop will be live on Wednesday, May 22 at 8P Eastern. Join Jen Graybeal for an intriguing discusson on Archetype Subversion Tactics. This is not your usual character development class. Register today. Details on the Workshops page. This event will be recorded and is FREE for members!

Our next Author Chat will be May 19 at 5P Eastern. Let’s chat about in-person book signing events. What works? What doesn’t? What to watch out for…

Happy Hour is May 16 at 8P Eastern. Alway fun. Somewhat random. A great break from the grind! Check the forum for the link and invite your author friends.

Sprints are on-going. Join us!

Mon-Thurs 7:30-8 a.m. Central – Sprint with Jordyn Kross

Friday 7:30-8a.m Central – Sprint with Ryan

Saturday at 12-1ish p.m. Central – Sprint with Calia Wilde

The board meeting will be May 14 at 9P Eastern. All members are welcome to attend.

Zoom links for all our events are in the forum under Upcoming Events and posted in the Facebook group.

Don’t forget to post your good news in the forum or on Facebook so we can celebrate your milestones with you. And send in your new releases, upcoming releases, and awards to the newsletter.

Free for Members: Check our private Facebook group and Forum (link in the menu above) for additional workshop information, writing fun, and the latest chapter info! (Membership required to access.)


What is Passionate Ink?

We’re an online special interest 501(c)(6) non-profit organization for erotic fiction authors incorporated in Texas, supporting all erotic fiction genres (such as erotic romance). Our goal is to promote erotic fiction through education and to encourage good will and respect for all erotic fiction writers, regardless of the genre in which they write. This is the place for erotic fiction writers to be heard, understood, educated, supported, and encouraged. Learn more

What we do

What is “Erotic Fiction”?

The goal of erotic fiction is first and foremost to deliver a well-crafted story. Erotic fiction may contain or reflect multiple genres and themes (ie: historical, paranormal, LGBTQ, BDSM culture, polyamory, contemporary, romance); however, for erotic fiction, the erotic element is the *primary* defining genre of the work. Learn more

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Queer, Nonbinary and Trans Representation in Literature with J.M. Dabney – June 26th at 8 PM ET/5 PM ET (WILL BE RECORDED)

Join Passionate Ink for “Queer, Nonbinary and Trans Representation in Literature” with J.M. Dabney on Wednesday, June 26th at 8 PM ET/5PM PT to understand how best to depict Queer, Nonbinary, and Trans characters.

Bestselling author J.M. Dabney will present on “Queer, Nonbinary and Trans Representation in Literature” Wednesday, June 26th at 8 PM ET/5 PM PT, which will be recorded for registrants who cannot attend the live presentation. In this workshop, you will learn:

  • The basics of Gender versus Gender Identity, including gendered versus non-gendered presentations, the concepts of Intersex versus Endosex, the intersectionality of Trans and Intersex, and the use of the prefix “Cis”.
  • How best to employ characters’ Pronouns and Neo-Pronouns.
  • The essential writing processes, such as using sensitivity readers, to ensure respectful presentation of Queer, Nonbinary and Trans characters.
  • The author’s personal experiences as a Queer, Nonbinary Writer of Fat Positive Romance.

USA Today Bestselling author J.M. Dabney, who also writes as Sioban Smile, is a multi-genre published writer of Body and Fat Positive Romance & Fiction. They live with a constant diverse cast of characters in their head. They live for one purpose alone, and that’s to make sure everyone gets the happily ever after they deserve. There is nothing more they want from telling their stories than to show that no matter the package the characters come in or the damage their pasts have done, that love is love. That normal is never normal and sometimes the so-called broken can still be beautiful. The author is Non-Binary and uses the pronouns They/Them.

$15 for Passionate Ink members or $30 for non-members.