Tag: Novel Writing

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Rom-Com Writer’s Course

For all you writers interested in adding funny to your stories, please join me in my course, Adding Funny to Your Romance.

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+ Guest Blog by Rebecca Lochlann

Straight From Rebecca Lochlann

I have lived many lives since the beginning, and so shall thee.

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Angela Knight Gets Action Scenes

The heroic couple needs to hate the villain every bit as much as they love each other.

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Lucinda Riley & Her Lively Characters

I live with my characters day and night when I am writing a novel, and I can promise you that I suffer with them whenever tragedy strikes in my books.

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Suzanne Jefferies: Adorably Authentic

Be authentic, and use your own emotional experiences to draw from.

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+ Manatee Mermaids by Jan Wilder Bill

Manatee Mermaids Awaken my Dreams

Manatee mermaids inspire my stories that begin with a dream.

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Writer’s Tip: The Qualities of an Ancient Romance

Tropes establish the criteria of a romance, but don’t necessarily fulfill the emotional journey a reader craves.

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The Goals for a Blockbuster Beginning

As much as the hero longs for one thing, his weakness prevents him from having it.

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What’s Your Favorite Type of Romance?

The type of romance you love reveals the issues you are facing in your life.

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Writer’s Tips for Heroes with a Heart

Gestures reveal what the character is thinking, which oftentimes, you can add depth to his role by having them express the opposite of what he is saying.

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Cas Peace on Medieval Storytelling

Peace shares how to craft a fantasy set in medieval times.

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Joyce Sweeney Rocks the Clock

Authoress, Joyce Sweeney, lives the hero’s journey with her writing.

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