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Where Do Writers Get Their Inspiration?

When I started on my fourth book, I was worried that my ideas would start to become repetitive. My current manuscript deals with a royal pregnancy meant to save my hero and heroine’s kingdoms. (I am SO excited about it!) I purposely steered away from a marriage of convenience here because my third book, The Read More

How to Survive Bad Reviews

How to Survive Bad Reviews

If you read my first post for 2017, you’ll know that not everyone enjoyed The Tycoon’s Reluctant Cinderella. I wasn’t naïve enough to expect that everyone would enjoy my debut book. But I must admit I didn’t expect there to be bad reviews quite so quickly. I spent some time thinking about them, and then Read More

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Five Things Every New Author Should Know About Reviews

One of the thing most daunting (and possibly unexpected) things you’ll face as a new writer is reviews. They are terrifying. Why wouldn’t they be? They’re like sending your baby out into the world and asking people to tell you whether or not they like her/him. And then asking them whether that evaluation has anything Read More

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Three Characteristics Your Alpha Male Has To Have

Alpha males are integral in romance novels. They’re the ones who makes your heart beat faster, your toes curl and your stomach flutter with excitement. These heroes can be quite difficult to write, but I’ve managed to pinpoint at least three characteristics your alpha male has to have. 1. Your Alpha has to be attractive Read More

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Haven’t My Characters Suffered Enough?

The best writing advice I’ve received so far was the answer to this question: No, they haven’t. I’ve always found it fairly easy to give my characters inner conflict. At least, that’s what I thought before I started working with an editor. I gave my characters a few issues to overcome during the course of Read More