characterizations

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How Fatal Should Flaws Be? Laurie Schnebly Campbell

I’ve learned so much from Laurie Schnebly Campbell over the years – and here’s a bit more to tuck into my brain – the Fatal Flaw. If you haven’t taken a writing class with Laurie, […]

Emotional Description: 3 Common Problems with Show & Tell – Angela Ackerman

If you’re a writer, I’m betting you’ve been to Angela Ackerman’s website The Bookshelf Muse. She and partner Becca Puglisi run a wonderful blog, offering authors a wealth of information on descriptions, emotions and settings. And more! […]

Setting – The First, Most Crucial Choice for your Career AND your Character – Blythe Gifford

Blythe Gifford joins us at RU today – and will be giving away a commenters choice of one of her Brunson Clan Trilogy books! Make sure you leave your email address! For the last several […]

Dark Matters: Cultivating Creative Cruelty in Romance Fiction by Damon Suede

Morning, RU Crew! Today, I’m uber-happy to welcome back a returning Visiting Professor from last fall. Damon Suede is a joy to work with as a guest, and he really looks into the heart and […]

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