other things can be fun. Just imagine all the things you can do with a romance book. You can strip the filling from it and make a purse, wallet or book cover. Open the book to the middle and cut a hidey hole for an instant secret compartment hidden in your smuttiest book. Just imagine some a thief looking through your Lora Leigh books for money or jewelry.
If that doesn’t work for you, how about romance cookbooks. Make a historical romance or paranormal romance/urban fantasy cookbook. In the paranormal one, create a section on smoothies and write about Mary Jane Davidson’s Undead series, a vegetarian section and discuss Sophie Littlefield’s Aftertime series and a section about meat could correspond to Faith Hunter’s Jane Yellowrock, Jennifer Ashley’s Shifters Unbound or Keri Arthur’s Dark Angel series. Or discuss a multitude of books pairing one to every recipe. The historical cookbook could take a reader around the world. No?
I get it. You don’t want to do any of that. How about picking up your steamiest romance novel as inspiration for great phone or text sex? Twist the words so it sounds like you’re feeling him run his hands up your legs. (Work with me here. You’re supposed to pretend your legs have been shaved.) Tell him you feel his tongue circling your…you get the point.
Got more ideas? I’d love to hear them. What are you waiting for? Get to typing.