Job Description For a Writer Friend #MondayBlogs #WritersLife #Writers

Writer friends are special people ❤️ Can you imagine if there was a job description for a writer friend, do you think it might go something like this… About The Role Writer friend needed to provide long-term emotional support and friendship to a fellow writer. Hours: Can vary each week. Dependent upon a number of factors: […]

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How To Write a Relationship Break Up in Romance Books

Writing a break up can be just as tricky as creating a romantic union between two characters. In certain scenarios it can play havoc with your writer emotions and you may find yourself reaching for the tissues, raiding the chocolate cupboard and compiling a sad songs playlist. Back in the day, before I found my […]

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How To Accept Weird Stuff Starts Happening Once You Become A #Writer #AmWriting

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Once I became a writer weird stuff started happening to me. When I say weird stuff I mean unexplained things, unusual situations, bizarre hunches and crazy feelings. In order to prove that I am not the only writer out there experiencing weird stuff  I thought I would write this blog post on the subject. *Lowers […]

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10 Thoughts on First Kisses in Romance Books #firstkisses #AmReadingRomance

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The first kiss between a romance book’s main characters is a huge turning point for a romance story. Up until this point both the hero and heroine will have been denying their true feelings, casting smouldering looks and giving each other weird tingling sensations. It won’t have been easy for the characters as the author […]

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How To Admit Your Beta-Readers Were Right! #Writers #Writer

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Sometimes we have to admit our beta readers were right with their feedback about our draft novel. The admitting part can be tricky. You will initially experience strong levels writer denial when reading through their feedback emails. In your head your draft novel will not need any extra work and there will be only minor […]

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