In the past few years, I’ve noticed a trend in traditionally published novels by Christian authors:Continue reading “How To Write A Christian Romance: Why Physical Attraction Doesn’t Cut It”
Whether your protagonist undergoes a Positive Change arc or a Negative Change arc, one way you can show how much they’ve changed is through the opening and ending lines of your novel.Continue reading “Using The Opening & Ending Lines To Mirror Your Protagonist’s Arc”
I LIIIIIIIIVE!!Continue reading “Character Questionnaire 8”
Here’s the third Character Questionnaire!Continue reading “Character Questionnaire 3”
Finding the right names for your characters is like finding the right titles for your stories. Sometimes it’s hard, other times it’s easy.
What is your protagonist’s greatest fear? Is it a person? A place? A thing? Something that could happen to a loved one?
How important, to both character and plot development, is your character’s backstory?Continue reading “Your Character’s Backstory”
As said last week, the first step to developing a romantic relationship always starts when Guy meets Gal and they leave an impression on each other.Continue reading “First Impressions – Romantic Relationships, Part 2”
If you’re writing a romance, and you’ve never been in one yourself, then where will you start?