Writing in the first person can be challenging. But it is a great way to get your reader connected with your main character right away.
Creating Intimate Scenes without Going All the Way
What's your favorite heat level for your books? Steamy or super-hot? Or maybe you'd rather leave the details behind closed doors. There's nothing wrong with showing everything or keeping it all under wraps. But you can still stir the reader's emotions while leaving some things under the covers.
Use the Heroine's Journey to Plot Your Novel
The heroine’s journey is not so much about taking a quest to slay the dragon, as it is a journey within to face her deepest fears.
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