Tag: Writer’s Tips
Romance Writers Win
Market trends, industry expectations and character development..
Write Gritty Villains
Find inspiration for creating a villain your readers will remember.
What do you want in a publishing contract?
Beat Blake Snyder’s Sheet
The purpose of designating a splash opening is to create a strong first impression. This is your platform to show the tone, mood and scope of your story.
Worldbuilding to Remember
Deliver a robust environment that will leave a lasting impression on your readers.
Imagine Romance with Linda Graf
Imaginative romance author, Landra Graf, is famed for writing across several genres about intriguing heroes and spunky protagonists.
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.
Angela Knight Gets Action Scenes
The heroic couple needs to hate the villain every bit as much as they love each other.
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.
Suzanne Jefferies: Adorably Authentic
Be authentic, and use your own emotional experiences to draw from.
The Hear Tell of Pam Saffran
In Listening for Echoes, Pam Saffran shares her journey from security to family devastation.
Lofty Writing Strategies by Larry Loftis
Verisimilitude … is the goal of every novelist, and should be the goal of every narrative nonfiction writer. ~ Loftis