Tag Archives: Character development

Loving and Hating Your Characters

I’ve just finished my second book in The Guardians of Spirit Rock series, and it launches on 3/4. The third and fourth books are almost ready to go to the editor. I wanted to take a moment to reflect on … Continue reading

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Writing Tip – Stuck on a Scene? Try Changing POV #amwriting

While working on a novel, I got stuck on a scene.  It wasn’t going in the direction I wanted, my characters were two tough guys and were sounding like whiny children, and I just couldn’t get it to work.  My son, an aspiring film … Continue reading

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Sittin’ On The Porch With Kelly – Author Leigh Michaels – Top Five Ways Historical Writers Go Wrong #amwriting

I am so excited today! I’ve set out the nicest paper plates, made a fresh pot of sweet tea and even tried my hand at some scones. They’re hard as bricks but maybe Leigh won’t notice. (Never claimed to be … Continue reading

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Writing Tip – More on Character Development #amwriting

I was conversing with a fellow author last night and the subject of character development came up.  We talked about how we developed our characters with full profiles before we even began to write our novels.  I have about a … Continue reading

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