1. Florida coast
2. South Florida
3. Marrakesh to a hotel
4. Casablanca to a castle
5. Luxor, Egypt
6. Alexandria, Egypt
Wow. This was harder than I expected. I am brainstorming for a new concept. I will have more than one day take...
While I try to present my heroine as having quirky traits that I intend to make her relatable, I tend to miss the mark. My heroines seem to become overshadowed by the secondary characters. For me, it's easy to select traits or character profiles, but then, to show her experiencing...
Legal jargon is explained with clear words. Examples of how the language can create unexpected outcomes for both the publisher and the author are included. Conquer Contracts lays out the methods for authors to make money and shares ideas on how to protect rights.
Romance Writers Win demonstrates how to create dynamite titles and memorable characters. It covers plotting and defines disparate damsels. You’ll discover what not to do and how to make your heroes gleam. Finalize your publication plans by understanding how to go about selling your book.
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I’ve enjoyed presenting this course. Thank you for joining me and a hug to those who shared insights. I appreciate the opportunity to share the writing journey with you.
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7 - Homework: - Stay in Check with Your Feelings
What’s the funny moment in your love life?
Symbolize the moment by bringing funny into the conflict played out as the big, finale kiss scene your reader’s have been yearning to experience.
7 - Stay in Check with Your Feelings
You write comedy by being in touch with what you don’t believe is right. Yet, it's your skill in showing the irony in opinions and illogical behavior in others with an objective tone that makes you a writer. You can find an emotional deluge of opinions on...
6 - HOMEWORK: Know Your Audience
Research your favorite publishers’ and editors’ request lists. If necessary, modify your manuscript accordingly.
I put together a few lists of publishers for my book, Romance Writers Win: Plan for Publication and I am sharing them below for your convenience...