Keeper of the Smailes
A good day. After I came home from spinnin' (I am going to grow up in a decade or two) I found a copy of DWELL with my little piece inside it,
then at lunch-time I went to see Caroline Smailes signing her books in Waterstones and took a couple of photographs,
and bought a book...or three.
Since then I have been re-writing the re-writing (a particularly difficult sex scene without mentioning body-parts - because that would seem like cheating, somehow).
Clauses introduced by which, when and where are non-restrictive. They do not define or limit, merely add something. These clauses are parenthetic.
e.g. This sex scene, which comes at the end of the chapter, has been shortened considerably.
Prurience = having or encouraging an excessive interest in sexual matters.