Tag: writing tips

What If You Hate A Character?

    Can not liking one of your characters be stalling your story? I’d never really thought about that question until one of my students e-mailed me and said she felt it was the reason that her writing output was down. There’s no easy or right, yes or no, response. While I do think you…

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Pick Your Words Carefully

Last month while I was checking the weather forecast, extremely cold was written for one day, frigid the next. As a writer, words fascinate me. The choice of words my fellow authors pick intrigue me. As in the case of whoever write this forecast. What’s the difference between extremely cold and frigid? According my dictionary,…

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Writing From Experience

Today, J. L. Regen is back guest blogging and telling us about how things that happen in life sometimes find a way into books. And she’s happy to share the news that her book is nominated for Romance Book of the Year by Readers Choice  Good luck, we’re cheering for you. I was dating a man like…

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