Episode 90 - Let the romance do the talking! Writing a great love scene

January 14, 2017 00:27:56
Episode 90 - Let the romance do the talking! Writing a great love scene
The Creative Writer's Toolbelt
Episode 90 - Let the romance do the talking! Writing a great love scene
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Show Notes

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I'm joined for this episode by Jessi Rita Hoffman (jessiritahoffman.com). Jessi is a former publishing house editor-in-chief and award-winning magazine editor now offers professional book editing services and author coaching. Jessi and I talk about the essential elements of writing the romance scene. Creating a compelling romance scene is essential for any genre, and Jessi and I discuss how to keep the scene real, why the Victorians were so good at romance, keeping the lovers together and apart, and finally the merits of getting cosmic.

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