About MorganHawke


Writing Councilor! -- I am not into naughty chatting, but I'm more than happy to talk shop with other writers. If you're stuck in your story, definitely come talk to me.

I'm a multi-published erotic romance author. I LOVE my job!

Please don't ask me to edit/critique your work. I have too much of my own work to edit.

Morgan Hawke
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The suburbs. , North Carolina, United States
reading and writing quality smut. SCA, Renaissance Festivals, the paranormal.
Favorite Authors:
Andre Norton, Charles DeLint, Laurel K Hamilton, Jim Butcher, Angela Knight, CJ Cherryh, Charlaine Harris, Neil Gaimen
Favorite Movies:
The Matrix, The Last Samurai, From Hell, The Lost Boys, Dark City, Lord of the Rings, Constantine, Underworld, Ravenous, 9 1/2 Weeks, Secretary, Miss Congeniality, Harry Potter, Pitch Black, Serenity, Anime
Favorite Music:
Disturbed, Leatherstrip, Linkin Park, Nickleback, Poe, Movie Soundtracks, Midnight Syndicate


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08 Feb 2011
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Topic: Writing Experiment
Posted: 30 Apr 2012 23:08

I have no objections. :)

Topic: Good for Your Writing! ~ A Book List
Posted: 01 Jul 2011 04:38

I love Orson SC! I'm going to download his books and read them on vacation next week. Thanks!CR

Orson Scott Card ROCKS!

Topic: Good for Your Writing! ~ A Book List
Posted: 01 Jul 2011 04:37

Yes, Characters and Viewpoint is one of a handful of favourites references that I keep going back to.
Me too!

I see MorganHawke has one or two on "scenes" that I must check out.
It's an excellent book about writing in Chronological Order, (Action THEN Reaction.) Not just the paragraphs, but in the sentence itself. I only wish I'd read it BEFORE I learned it the hard way.

Another favourite of mine on that theme is Novelists Essential Guide to Crafting Scenes by Raymond Obstfeld.
Oooooo! Sounds like something I'd really like!

Some good stuff in this thread.
I agree!

Topic: Erotica writers have no self-respect?
Posted: 01 Jul 2011 04:32

You're being sarcastic I take it?!!


Topic: Erotica writers have no self-respect?
Posted: 01 Jul 2011 04:31

...Exceptional American sex hangup.

Tell me about it. I've been fighting it all my life.

Topic: Erotica writers have no self-respect?
Posted: 28 Jun 2011 19:14

You should read her stories, you'd like her even more. She's evil at scrabble too.

You have the coolest friends. Really.

Topic: Erotica writers have no self-respect?
Posted: 28 Jun 2011 17:15

...The small minded that aren't really among us merely alongside us, can screw themselves and wank over the Sharon Stone clip for eternity.

ROFLMAO! I like you!

Topic: Erotica writers have no self-respect?
Posted: 26 Jun 2011 15:10

GAWD that stuff drives me nuts. >.< Sex is an enormous part of the human condition, and acting like we shouldn't write about it is absurd. Especially when most of the people who spout all that crap have no problem at all with violence. ... And don't even get me started on people who think smut is "well, it's okay, I guess", but are horrified -- HORRIFIED I SAY! -- about gay erotica. ... Great post, Morgan, as always.

Why is it that murder is just fine, in music, on TV, in the movies... while making love is not?
-- That's what I'd like to know.

Topic: Good for Your Writing! ~ A Book List
Posted: 26 Jun 2011 06:34

Great recommendations!

I also highly recommend Writing the Breakout Novel by Don Maass , and How Not to Write a Novel by Howard Mittelmark and Sandra Newman .

Oh, I've heard extremely good things about both of those books! I just haven't had the opportunity to read them -- yet.

Topic: Good for Your Writing! ~ A Book List
Posted: 25 Jun 2011 19:21

"If you can take the sex out of the Erotica and still have a viable story -- you did it WRONG."

Totally take this point. Recently shelved a story called "Blue On Black" where an older white detective is seduced by a young black woman... Only problem was, after about 3,500 words of back story my characters were nowhere near to doing the deed. It was interesting stuff, but it wasn't Lush Stories.

Nice story, but not what I wanted to write.

xx SF

An easy way to get around that is by Writing the Sex Scene first , then write the story around it.

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Editor's Pick Full Moon Rising

The werewolf drifted through the crowd of writhing dancers at the club, Gothic Noire and scowled. Although the moon had yet to rise over the horizon, he could already feel its power calling to his soul right through the brick walls of the club. I’ll have to find someone to fuck soon, or I’ll spend the next month locked in my wolf shape. In the smoked mirrors that lined the club’s walls,...

Added 07 May 2011 | Category Supernatural | Votes 53 | Avg Score 4.94 | Views 20,758 | 24 Comments

Editor's Pick Alchemical Ink: Shattered Angel

The Alchemist was getting ready to close his tattoo shop when the bells on his door chimed. He turned and there she was, a shattered angel. She stood paused, frozen in his doorway, neither in nor out, motionless on the threshold, undecided. The setting sun bled over the rooftops from across the street, staining her hair and cheek with the illusion of mortal wounds. The empty hunger in...

Added 10 Feb 2011 | Category Supernatural | Votes 57 | Avg Score 4.96 | Views 19,479 | 29 Comments

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