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Read, watch and learn: Writing Magazine December

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Bestselling author of The Tenderness of Wolves and now, Under a Pole Star, Stef Penney tells us how she writes unsqueamish sex scenes and why a realistic feel was so important to her in our expanded interview.

Plus, read our exclusive extract from Under a Pole Star (loved by everyone at WM who's been able to get their hands on our copy!)

Read James McCreet's rewrite of a reader's thriller here

Enter our latest writing competitions here 

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