The heroic couple needs to hate the villain every bit as much as they love each other.
Category: Love the Word
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.
Be authentic, and use your own emotional experiences to draw from.
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In Listening for Echoes, Pam Saffran shares her journey from security to family devastation.
Justice in America by J. Cheney Mason, serves a purpose.
Verisimilitude … is the goal of every novelist, and should be the goal of every narrative nonfiction writer. ~ Loftis
Tropes establish the criteria of a romance, but don’t necessarily fulfill the emotional journey a reader craves.