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Basking in the Glow

Heart Stopping Laura's Legacy
Heart Stopping

Baze’s soul has a hole in it, but when Penelope is literally dropped on his doorstep, everything changes and finally is as it should be.

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Laura's Legacy

Alpha Dedric worries his small pack offers little to the powerful & beautiful omega who has chosen him as her mate, but Laura’s legacy might save them all.
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Fall Beside You Flip the Beat
Fall Beside You

Gideon’s fantasy life is so close he can touch it, & Elijah is a big part of the dream, but it's one thing to want it all, it's another to be man enough to live it.
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Flip the Beat

Molly Ivers thinks she is falling for the opposite of Prince Charming, and she knows she should give him up, but, oh, the temptation.
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The Devil's Share The Torn Series
The Devil's Share

The band’s back together just for you. Join Dash, Smith, Jacks & Luke and take one more wild ride.
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The Torn Series

Where matters of the heart are at stake, it takes strong women who are torn by life’s complications.
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Writer's World

Tips & Answers to Qs

Character Motivation

Do you know why a character is doing what s/he is doing? Do your readers?

Here’s a MOTIVATION Q&A for your MCs & secondary characters:

Background: Where did s/he grow up? Home situation? Siblings? Economic status? Education?
Emotional make-up: Big events that shaped her/his life? <- These should be major.

Current status: Living situation? Pets? Children? Outward demeanor? Romantic track record?

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From the Editor's Desk

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All the Feels

The best part of writing is creating the world you want in the manner you want it, whether it’s a fantasy realm, an historical setting, or a fictional contemporary town. The second best part of being an author is sharing that world with your readers. You invite them into your imagination, your experiences, and your heart.

It’s the heart that’s the most important part of you that you share.

Many authors work out frustrations, disappointments and heartache in their writing, and the more raw the emotion, the greater the connection with the reader. Which isn’t to say a well crafted story with a strong plot line and good, descriptive, rich settings aren’t important, but providing all that to your reader without giving them deep emotions is much like a new house without trees, a garden, furniture and objets d’art.

Don’t be afraid to pour everything your character can feel into a scene. The worst that can happen is your editor tells you to dial it back, which occurs a lot less than an editor saying, "Give me more." If you want to scream at a character, or if you laugh and/or cry when you’re writing a scene, that’s a good barometer for how your readers are going to feel. It’s the emotions that they connect to –the commonality of feeling when something befalls a character and how that character reacts to which readers relate.

Jump in and get messy with your characters’ emotions. Your readers will thank you for it.



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In Loving Memory of the best boy

who laid under my desk for

far too few years