Who Magazine, March 2014


With a Carrie Bradshaw-esque career and four chick-lit novels to her name, you might expect Zoe Foster Blake to find writing sex scenes a cinch.

But the former beauty editor turned columnist and author says they are so cringe-inducing to write she avoided them altogether in her new book The Wrong Girl.

“The first couple of times I wrote a sex scene I was so awkward!” Foster Blake, 33, tells WHO.

“I’d sit at my computer and try to pull away from myself, because I was like, ‘My dad’s going to read this!’ I just giggled the whole way through and thought ‘maybe I’m not the best person to be writing sex scenes’. And anyway, you can imply it.”

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