How to Fail Miserably at Dirty Words

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Rated 3.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Giselle’s done everything wrong so you don’t have to! In this collection of short musings, Giselle treats readers to anecdotes about the ins and outs of writing erotic fiction. Her erotica and queer fiction have appeared in nearly 200 short story anthologies, but don’t let that fool you. Giselle is a writer who knows how to fail—consistently and thoroughly! More
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About Giselle Renarde

Giselle Renarde is a queer Canadian, avid volunteer, and contributor to more than 100 short story anthologies, including Best Women's Erotica, Best Lesbian Erotica, Best Bondage Erotica, and Best Lesbian Romance. Ms Renarde has written dozens of juicy books, including Anonymous, Ondine, and Nanny State. Her book The Red Satin Collection won Best Transgender Romance in the 2012 Rainbow Awards. Giselle lives across from a park with two bilingual cats who sleep on her head.

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About the Series: Everything I've Done Wrong
Award-winning author Giselle Renarde gives you the inside scoop on how to fail with flair at everything you do!

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Reviews of How to Fail Miserably at Dirty Words by Giselle Renarde

MemeThreeFour reviewed on May 14, 2021

Seems like a collection of blog posts, most of which touch on writing erotica, and the author’s evolving attitudes about it. Breezy, entertaining. I didn’t think it misrepresented itself.
(reviewed 49 days after purchase)
Mrsk9eve reviewed on April 19, 2019

This book, despite being tagged so many times with self publishing tips, writing erotica, etcetera (and the title, "How to Fail at Dirty Words") was actually very misleading.

The only real advice from the author is to write taboo incest stories and include lies in your 'confessional true stories'. The rest of the book, which is the majority of it, simply discusses her train-wreck of past relationships and experiences.

It wasn't exactly boring but it certainly is misrepresenting the material inside...
(review of free book)
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