If you've read my work, you know that I write in both the female and male POV. Not everyone does that and some do even more, but I think dual POV adds depth to the story. Writing from the male POV is more natural than I thought it would be.
From my podcast today, Where's The Spark. The script is below, but you can take a listen here: A Writers Life Podcast, Season 2 Episode 5 Where's The Spark?
Here's the script from today's Podcast on secondary characters.
My latest podcast deals with taglines and loglines - what are they and do you need them. Also includes Chapter One of my new release, Unveiling Beulah. Hope you will take moment to check it out! My podcasts are short, usually 15-20 minutes so a quick listen. A Writers Life Podcast
If your work in progress has any type of romance involved, you might want to turn up the heat at some point. If so, it’s important to note a few things about doing so.
In case you are wondering what happened to me, at the urging of my mentor, I am trying my hand at a podcast versus a blog. The jury is still out on which I will continue. I currently have several episodes recorded, and you can find them here.
Where do your ideas comes from?
I guess of all the questions I get asked, this is the most common. My standard answer is I just love to write. I always have. And I'm a voracious reader. While I have an eclectic taste in genres I read (I'll read anything that sparks my interest), I'm a romantic at heart and write the kind of stories I like to read. I prefer a particular pace, with a blend of action, dialogue, suspense and romance.