Characterization

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A Hero for Every Story by Joan Kayse

I met Joan Kayse online several years ago, and was lucky enough to meet her – and her cohorts in the Romance Bandits – at RWA National in 2009. Note: Joan will be stuck in […]

A Recipe for Nanowrimo: Plan Your Characters and Improvise Your Plot by Roz Morris

Are you joining in on the craziness that’s called Nanowrimo? If so, you’re going to want to read Roz Morris’s post before you dive headfirst into the fun! Are you planning to take part in […]

Romance Your Seven Senses by Eliza Redgold

Eliza Redgold shares tips on how the seven senses allows us to create a more authentic character. Welcome to RU, Eliza!   Romance Your Seven Senses In this post, discover how to romance your seven […]

Who Said That? by Stefanie London

Are all of your characters sounding a bit…the same? If so, read Stefanie London’s post today on Who Said That? And give your characters the voice they deserve! In a romance novel characters are king. […]

Taming the Testy Heroine by Lynne Marshall

It’s been awhile since multi-published author LYNNE MARSHALL joined us – we are very happy to welcome her back to RU! As a special treat, Lynne will give away a print or e-book (either Kindle or […]

It’s All About Your Characters with Robin Gianna

Happy Monday, RU crew! Today, Robin Gianna discusses the importance of GMC in character development. One lucky commenter will win a copy of Robin’s latest book and a tote bag.  Great to have you back, Robin!  […]

The Voice (and I’m not talking about the TV show): How to Find, Become Inspired By and Write Distinctive Voices for Your Characters by Ed Gaffney

Please welcome back ED GAFFNEY with Part 2 of the series on Voice he began in April.  Part 2 – Inspiration, and How to Listen to Your Writing In just a little less than a […]

The Other Gender: Writing a Man (or a Woman) We Can Believe In by Harrison Demchick

We are excited to welcome HARRISON DEMCHICK back for his second visit with us at Romance University. Neither all men nor all women are written equal. It’s inevitable: Some women struggle at writing male characters. […]

Give Your Heroes Some Help: Supporting Characters Lend a Hand by Barbara White Daille

Secondary characters play an important role in a story and Harlequin author Barbara White Daille tells us why. One randomly chosen commenter will win a signed copy of The Cowboy’s Little Surprise. (U.S. residents only.)  Welcome […]

Girl on Her Own Horse by Ines Johnson

Please help me welcome first time VP Ines Johnson! After a computer snafu on Monday, Ines’ post is FINALLY making it on RU! =) Have you been paying attention to the evolution of the Cinderella story? If […]

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