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Putting Your Own Spin on a Legend

Posted by Guest at Feb 2, 2017 1:30 am in , , , ,

by Ruth Kaufman I’m a pantser, not a plotter, so the story develops as I go. When a scene came to mind of wounded man fleeing his enemies, I didn’t know who he was, why he was running or who was after him. Eventually he let me know he was a Knight of the Round […]

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For the Love of Science Fiction Romance by Darlene Reilley

Posted by Guest at Sep 25, 2015 12:31 am in , ,

I wish there were more science fiction in romance (SFR). I see dribbles of it here and there, but I have only experienced the you’ve-been-hit-over-the-head-by-a-phenomenal-book feeling a few times. And I want that feeling. I crave it. I search for it constantly as a reader and as a writer I strive to achieve the feeling […]

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Worldbuilding to Visually Reflect Story Theme and Character Values by Jamie Leigh Hansen

Posted by Guest at May 13, 2013 10:00 am in , , , , , , ,

Worldbuilding will never have just one way to do it. There are many things to consider and master in creating a world for your novel and series. Recently, I was part of a worldbuilding workshop with 5 other published IECRWA authors. At each of 3 tables, 2 authors gave an important aspect of worldbuilding to […]

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