Hi, thanks so much for having me today. I’m so thrilled to be talking about My Dark Rose, Book III in the Wild Geese Series. I fell in love with My Dark Rose, partly because it’s a tender, sweep-you-off-your-feet romance guaranteed to make you believe in the healing power of love. But there was another… Continue reading Secondary Characters or, Those Who Make the Story – Guest Post by Cynthia Owens, Author of My Dark Rose
Sometimes, I think it’s the imperfect qualities that make a hero perfect. For me, the guy who never misses the mark, who is every possible thing the heroine has always longed for, who is so sure of himself, he never falters, is the guy I don’t trust. Even Indiana Jones was terrified of snakes, and… Continue reading What Makes The Perfect Hero? Guest Post by Rebecca Lee Smith, Author of A Shadow on the Ground
Thanks for having me on your blog, Babette. Do you ever notice that the really great, memorable characters have sentences that are their trademarks? Marie Antoinette has “Let them eat cake.” Teddy Roosevelt had “Speak softly and carry a big stick.” Patrick Henry has “Give me liberty or give me death”. They are phrases that… Continue reading Defining Dialogue – Guest Post by Gloria Marlow, Author of When Swallows Fall
Another duel for our writing prompt today. I love the intensity . . .