Making Your Characters Feel Feelings: Curiosity #writerwednesday

“Curiosity killed the cat…but satisfaction brought him back.” Curiosity, as a behavior and an emotion, is often considered the driving force behind human development, and discoveries in science language and industry. However, it’s often perceived to be negative even though the desire to know something or learn something isn’t new or unusual. This might be […]

Making Your Characters Feel Feelings: Desire #writerwednesday

As a romance author, I write about desire all the time. The passion and craving commonly associated with this emotion is an essential component of a successful romance story. However, sexual hunger is only one way to that humans are ruled by desire. In my opinion, desire is the strongest emotion. It’s weighty and it […]

7 Ways to Write Characters Your Readers Love to Hate

In last week’s post, I gave you 9 Ways to Write Characters Your Readers Will Love. This week I have some tips to help you write characters that readers will love to hate. Surprisingly, its a lot easier to get your readers to hate a character. It’s really simple human psychology. All of a person’s […]