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I took a week last week "off," and it was glorious. The only way I could convince myself to get back to work today was by deciding to finally write this blog post about kissing. Not real kissing, but fictional kissing. I've been thinking about fictional kissing for a while now because, let's face it: I'm a young adult author, and all of my books have fictional kissing in them. Also, there is a lot of fictional kissing in my next two books. Much more than in my first two, so that's another reason I've been thinking about fictional kissing so much. And because I'm a writer, I started to poke at what exactly made that fictional kissing scene so good.
One of the most difficult scenes to write is a kissing scene, or really any scene when when things get hot and heavy. Writers worry about being too obscene (will .
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How to Write a Kissing Scene in 5 Simple Steps
Kasie West—the author of books for teens like P. Am I the only one that did that? I guess I was always destined to write romance. So what makes a good kissing scene? Number One: Personal History. A good kiss starts way before lips ever touch.
The perfect kissing scene is found smack dab between these two adjectives in the title — steamy and sophisticated — as it is the balance of coy and crude that can develop into a beautiful scene. In order to craft the perfect kissing scene, it is important to look back on the work of others in order to see what works. In this scene the young writer, affectionally named Stingo, is observing a painting beside a young jewish girl named Leslie. In all truth I had not invited this prodigy of a tongue; turning, I had merely wished to look at her face, expecting only that the expression of aesthetic delight I might find there would correspond to what I knew was my own. But I did not even catch a glimpse of her face, so instantaneous and urgent was that tongue.
As the writer, producer, and lead actress of my web series, Brains, I often feel like I have too much power. If I had to rate the kisses in Brains on the Scoville Pepper Scale, season one would get a Pepperoncini and season two would graduate to perhaps a Guajillo. Tame by most Hollywood standards, but downright naughty when you add in the absolutely gross amount of influence I had over the situation. I first spoke with my two unlucky kiss-scene partners, Jean Perez and Marshall Taylor Thurman , for the perspective of the non-writer actors:. Both actors, in a stunning turn of events, maintain that the most important part of any kissing or love scene, regardless of who your scene partner is, is communication.