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Remittance's Latest Blogs

Mar.06.2012 - 8:57 pm
Let me offer you a scene. A small bank in any town. Morning. The light slants through the front windows and splashes over the polished granite flooring. A conservatively dressed...
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Jun.16.2009 - 6:11 am
Or so says Kate Copstick, the new owner of the U.K's Erotic Review. Erotic Review is a sometimes published, always struggling erotic magazine that has been described by some as '...
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Feb.14.2009 - 10:07 pm
I posted a writing challenge over at my blog (http://www.remittancegirl.com) and thought I'd offer it here too. It's an informal challenge, so please take it in the spirit it's...
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Jan.31.2009 - 11:14 am
I'm in the UK for less than a week and it seems that every daily newspaper is having a go at erotica as a genre. The problem is, they're all reading print erotica - most of which...
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Comments from Remittance

Jan.31.2009 - 2:45 pm
In response to: Subjectivity
Hi James, I think you've plotted the interior and exterior world of a writer engaged in his/her work very well. And you...
Jan.31.2009 - 1:02 pm
In response to: homework
I don't usually read poetry and I don't often enjoy it when I do read it, but you're batting two for two with me. This...
Jan.24.2009 - 6:28 pm
In response to: white wedding (Billy Idol roar)
"My husband says, Don't let your fairytales get in the way of my mouth." Wonderful! Tasty! (insert evil...
Jan.23.2009 - 6:03 pm
In response to: The Allure of Writing tools
Hi Evelyn, This program definitely wouldn't help you create sub-plots or character development. And I don't think I'd...
Jan.22.2009 - 8:46 pm
In response to: Outline Finished. . . For Now
Being a keyboard addict and traveling a lot, I've always found notes on paper a frustration. I inevitably lose them, or...

Published Reviews

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Mar.06.2012
Published by Erotica Revealed
"Next in the book is the astounding “Pleasure's Apprentice” by Remittance Girl. In measured, polite, almost distant prose, the author introduces ex-college student Rebecca, who'...