5 ways to make the reader fall in LOVE with your Love Interest

There was this book recommended to me recently. And yeah, it’s non-fiction and NOT about writing, but I think it’s something every writer who has a romance in the plot line should at least take a glance at. For now, I’ve summarized the things that will help make that romantic relationship in your book just […]

5 Tips to Add Depth to Secondary Characters

I was talking to my sister the other day, and since we always have random conversations, I asked her a question. Now this question came from a book full of (dumb) questions. My sister answered (see end of post), but what really struck me was: How would my secondary character respond?And I was surprised by […]

Winters are all about the flu, and so is my book (somewhat)…

So I very strongly recommend everyone to read Gina Kolata’s FLU: The Story of the Great Influenza Pandemic of 1918 and the Search for the Virus That Caused It.’ Not only is it a fast-paced nonfiction book, you can just imagine Edward Cullen every time they talk about some young man dying because of the […]