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In the Kitchen

Cooking and family recipes were always something huge in my family. I was raised in a home where my family taught me to do a lot of cooking, which quickly became one of my favorite things to do. ..
(June 03, 2007)
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Romance & Dialogue

People often say that actions speak louder than words. While I believe that's true, sometimes it's difficult when we don't hear anything at all. Words can often reassure us that things are what they ..
(February 20, 2007)
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Three Sided Love

A common theme for many romance novels is that they use characters being torn between two people at the same time. A good example to describe a love triangle would be the relationships between King ..
(March 02, 2007)
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Casanova's Memoirs

As romance writers we often look for sources of inspiration in order to create characters for our stories. Throughout history there have been many great romancers who have stolen the heart of a lady. .
(March 05, 2007)
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Romancing the Story

When writing romance stories, sometimes things can become mundane or too familiar. We pull inspiration from what we experience in life and the people we know, but what happens when our characters and .
(March 17, 2007)
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Shades of A Story

I've never heard of a writer not wanting his or her work to impact their readers. It's true that the best pieces come when authors write for themselves, but that doesn't mean they don't have the ..
(April 15, 2007)
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Date Talk

The dating scene can be a challenge, especially when you're about to embark on the unknown with someone new. It's not always easy to communicate with someone in situations that build pressure, and ..
(April 14, 2007)
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Discussing & Analyzing Structure

The structure of a poem is essential. Structure pertains to observing a poem's patterns in lines and stanzas. The way a poem is presented visually, and the way the poem sounds can affect the way the ..
(March 10, 2007)
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Building Romance in Stories

While readers want relationships to work out in stories, a fairy tale courtship is rather dull and boring. As characters grow, hardships and interpersonal issues develop. Use it to your benefit! Make .
(March 05, 2007)
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Old-fashioned Letters

The methods of communication were limited in the past, so letters were the easiest way to relate messages, thoughts, and feelings. We still use letters today, possibly because we feel that we can ..
(March 03, 2007)
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V is for Valentine

Celebration of Valentine's Day dates back to the 1400's. I thought it would be both entertaining and interesting to take a look at how this holiday is celebrated throughout various parts of the world .
(March 02, 2007)
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