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Character Quotes from Under the Western Sky by Dellani

Originally posted on Cereal Authors:
Bobby had to admit that nothing beat a miniskirt for being erotic and evocative while still covering up the most important bits of a woman’s anatomy. “Okay, Mom. I’ll call you when I get in. Love you too!” She hung up and smiled at Bobby. “Put your tongue back in…

Four Ways to Get Your Setting Right – Even If You Haven’t Been There – by Lynne Cantrell…

Four Ways to Get Your Setting Right – Even If You Haven’t Been There – by Lynne Cantrell…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
On Indies Unlimited site: It’s hard enough to write about a place you know well. What do you do when your story takes place somewhere you’ve never been? Let’s say you have a great idea for a novel set in Granada, Spain, but you’ve never…

How to make your characters likable?

Originally posted on Jean's Writing:
Or… Is it necessary that every character be likable? Need all characters be — pleasant, nice friendly, agreeable, affable, amiable, genial, personable, charming, popular, good-natured, engaging, appealing endearing convivial, congenial, simpatico, winning, delightful, enchanting, lovable, adorable, sweet, or lovely? Recently, I just finished a book but didn’t like a…

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My WIP And Men And Women Descriptions In Literature

Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis:
Image: Pixabay My current Work In Progress (WIP) is a sci-fi mystery romance taking place 100 years from now on a Greek island. Its working title is Clones (it will change) and yes, I know this is the first time I mention it. I started writing it with a…

Springing into action

Originally posted on Sue Vincent's Daily Echo:
It is spring in the south…flowers are opening, birds are singing, and the heating has finally gone off.  It is actually warm and sunny… …and I’m heading north instead for the Silent Eye’s annual workshop. On the upside, that means I will see spring for a couple…

Rosie’s #Bookreview Team #RBRT 1800s shipping #HistFic The Likeness by @carver22

Originally posted on Rosie Amber:
Today’s team review is from Anita, she blogs here Anita has been reading The Likeness by Bill Kirton Fitting The Likeness into a genre seemed difficult at first. I thought it was a mystery thriller, but then realised it was a romance too. It is beautifully written, so should appeal…

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