You expose yourself little by little with words.
I'm not talking about sex scenes, either. Even without conscious effort, a writer's unique take on the world comes out in our stories. There is no hiding. It'll happen even if you try not to let it.
So if you want a writing career, the sooner you get used to the idea that you're going to put yourself out there for folk to slice and dice, the better off you'll be. To that end, let me suggest one of the best ways to get used to the feeling of exposure is to . . .
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Also, in a moment of total self-serving self-promotion, let me invite you to do the happy dance with me. Trevelyn, my hero in DISTRACTING THE DUCHESS was tapped for an Romantic Times K.I.S.S. Award. Guess having a guy naked for most of the novel works.