Writing Dominant Heroines and ALPHA submissive Heroes

Joey W. Hill

Joey W. Hill

Romance readers don’t want Dominant female/submissive male BDSM romances, right?

Not true!

As the erotic romance readership has evolved, they’ve found themselves willing to try something different from the traditional alpha, totally-in-control male. But they still want their hero to have appealing alpha qualities, a take-charge man when it comes to the rest of the world, yet willing to submit to the right woman. And even when the woman is holding the reins, readers still want her to experience that swept-off-her-feet, capture-her-heart feeling. So how do you write a Dominant female/submissive male BDSM romance in a way that’s realistic and pleasurable? Come learn how from Joey W. Hill, an erotic romance author who has navigated these waters successfully – and had a lot of fun doing it! Input will also be provided by Dr. Charley, sharing her real life experiences as a Mistress who has a relationship with an “alpha” sub!

Presenter: Joey W. Hill and Dr. Charley Ferrer

Joey W. Hill — Keynote Speaker
Joey W. Hill is the recipient of the RT Book Reviews Career Achievement Award. The author of more than thirty contemporary and paranormal BDSM erotic romances, she is also a practicing submissive in her personal life. Her website, www.storywitch.com has free excerpts and information on all her available titles. She is a fantastic author and has graciously agreed to be the first Keynote Speaker.

Dr. Charley Ferrer — Host & Founder of BDSM Writers Con
Dr. Charley Ferrer is a world renowned Clinical Sexologist and America’s BDSM Expert. She is the award winning author of BDSM The Naked Truth, Sex Unlimited and over thirteen books on sex and self-empowerment. She has lectured throughout the US, Latin America and Asia on sensuality and sexual health. She is the Host and Founder of BDSM Writers Con and is a strong advocate of sexual health, self-empowerment and sexual freedom.

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