Tag Archives: Dialogue

Tips on Writing Dialogue by A.J. Norris (by Heather Novak)

Hello Nights of Passion Readers, I’m off getting hitched, so please welcome my second guest blogger, romantic suspense and paranormal romance author A.J. Norris! See you all in a few weeks.  Love, Heather *** A.J. Norris is a romantic suspense and paranormal romance novelist.  … Continue reading

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Don’t Paint Your Walls Before You Finish The Roof by Heather Novak

Many authors, including myself, like to get hung up on one chapter, one paragraph, even one sentence before the book is done.  Here is the best advice I have: build your story like you would a house. 1) You need … Continue reading

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The Story Behind The Story by Debralee Mede

Backstory influences how a  character behaves in the present.  One doesn’t really want to go on and on about the character’s history just by telling readers what happened and provide them with an information dump of character history. Instead different … Continue reading

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It’s Tuesday and Mason is here. Huh?

Most of you know, I like to keep all of you, on your toes so just to mix things up I’ve taken over Susan’s blogging day. Yippee! Yippee! Wait. Queue the evil laugh. Okay, now that I got that out … Continue reading

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