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Happy Release Day, Stan! What a wild ride this series has been! If you’re missing one of the books in the Brotherhood series, hop over to the Contests and Freebies page and enter to win your choice of titles!
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We’ve all been there: the first third of the book has gone gangbusters, the story is fresh, you couldn’t get it down fast enough. And you know—oh, you know!—exactly how the book is going to end, and it’s going to be awe. Some. But at around page 243, things are
Writing a Protagonist You Can’t Stand (Also, why any sane person trying to have a career would even entertain such an obviously idiotic idea.)
As a writer, I enjoy creating characters who are practical and “in charge” of their lives. Not necessarily alpha heroes or bossy bitches—although, yeah—but characters who aren’t content with sitting around waiting for someone else to come along and make things happen for them. Regardless of their status in society,