character motivation

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The Secret Driver by Laurie Schnebly Campbell

Whom what, when, where and why. Questions you ask yourself for each book you start. Sometimes the answers are clear as a bell, other times, well you just don’t know where your characters are going […]

Create Characters Your Reader Will Care About by Robin Gianna

TweetA good plot is even better when the reader can relate to your characters. Robin Gianna talks about factors you should consider when creating believable characters.  Welcome back, Robin!   Have you ever read a book […]

Jacqui Jacoby presents: Heroines Can Save Themselves

Please welcome self-defense guru and author Jacqui Jacoby who shares her insight on creating tough and savvy heroines.  Great to have you with us, Jacqui! SAFEKEEPING I was sixteen when I was introduced to “self-defense” […]

Chasing a Character to Find the Plot by Adite Banerjie

Author Adite Banerjie joins us today to share her process on writing a character driven story.  Welcome back, Adite!  I have often been accused of writing stories that are plot-driven. And I plead guilty as […]

M is for – Motivation with Laurie Schnebly

Laurie Schnebly Campbell stops in to talk to us about Character Motivation. What is it, how to get it! M is for…hmm, what? Romance writers probably envision different M-words than, say, bricklayers or hair stylists. […]

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