Do you write romance? Or maybe you plan to write a romantic scene in your current work-in-progress. Either way, romantic scenes won't have as big of an impact if they're not written well. If you want to learn some tips and watch submissions be critiqued, there's a $7 workshop happening soon.
If you've ever wondered how to write a closer (or more distant) point of view in third person, watch this short video. The video is fifteen minutes long. It gives a detailed explanation of subjective and objective point of views and how to implement them in your writing to create the story you want the reader to experience.
You’ve spent 30 hours a week working on your book for months or years. Every chapter has a goal, and the characters live as vivaciously on paper as they have in your head. You’ve revised the manuscript three different times, edited chapters along the way, and you’re finally finished. Your manuscript is perfect, but you’re the only one who’s read it. What now?
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