Tag Archives: character development

Meet My Character Blog Hop!

I’m pleased to announce that I’ve been invited by Maria Alexander to participate in the Meet My Character Blog Hop. This blog tour is meant to highlight a main character from a WIP, recently published, or soon-to-be published work by us, the authors. Maria’s … Continue reading

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Actions Speak Louder (in) Words

One thing I’ve noticed in particular about my writing and the WIP I’m slowly but surely making headway on is that I tend to ignore (or perhaps just don’t realize) certain aspects while feeling confident about other areas and second-nature about … Continue reading

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Thursday Thinking

This article in Elite Daily is something I think every author of romance novels should read. The eight reasons men are real and guys are fake offers up some insight into the mind’s of men, not guys. When we consider our … Continue reading

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Wednesday Wisdom 2

Another Writer’s Write article I’d like to discuss on Wednesday Wisdom is: Top 10 Tips for Plotting your story. (© Amanda Patterson) Write the ending first. Choose your antagonist before you choose your protagonist. Give your characters physical story goals. … Continue reading

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Q & A for Character Development

Do you take the time prior to actually writing your novels to study the characters and perhaps create flow and personality charts dedicated to the story TO BE written? Not me. Knowing I just dive right in and type makes … Continue reading

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Conveying Personality with Personality

I’m playing around with the emotional scenes in my re-write; concentrating more on word choice and word play, and what it is I’m actually writing, or conveying, really, in my work. So, I’m taking a long, hard look at the way in … Continue reading

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Mastering Emotion

Miss Frank’s quote reminds me of something I think I forget to consider as a writer and while I write. The emotional side of me; with all its value, memory, and lessons learned. When I remember who I am, what I’m doing, … Continue reading

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