Tag Archives: character development

Will They Or Won’t They… Or When Will They?

Back to blogging about the work I’m doing on my novel, FINDING KATE, based on some excellent feedback I received from an agent:  this time, the focus is my main character, Kate, and her love interest, Will. If you’re familiar with Shakespeare’s … Continue reading

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Character, Not Caricature

OK, the first thing you should do is follow the blog tour trail over to Courtney McKinney-Whitaker’s blog and Katharine Owens’ blog to see what they have to say about why they write what they do and how they go about … Continue reading

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Empathy Strikes Again

My main character is not like me. This makes her difficult to write sometimes. When I want to nod and negotiate and get along, she wants to fight and scrap and yell. That’s hard. I have to force myself to … Continue reading

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