Cover Reveal: CONJURE by Lea Nolan

CONJURE: Be careful what you search for… Emma Guthrie expects this summer to be like any other in the South Carolina Lowcountry–hot and steamy with plenty of beach time alongside her best friend and secret crush, Cooper Beaumont, and Emma’s ever-present twin brother, Jack. But then a mysterious eighteenth-century message in a bottle surfaces, revealing […]

6 tips on how to Create a Villain with Depth, starring Alan Rickman

Psst . . . Don’t forget to post a comment to enter this month’s book raffle. Check it out more details here. * * * If you have a villain in your story, then here’s some great advice from one of the BEST VILLAIN ACTORS EVER: Alan Rickman (Snape in Harry Potter) you MUST check […]

8 tips on How to Write a Believable Friendship or Best Friend Character

Psst . . . Don’t forget about March’s contest to win free books and more! Just post a comment to enter this month’s book raffle. Check it out more details here. * * * One of my biggest pet peeves in a book is the shallow friendships. Or how most female characters don’t have a […]

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 […]