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Just Finish It: Charish Reid Shares Her Writing Process

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by Cherish Reid, author of The Write Escape Not unlike the Nike motto “Just Do It,” my writing mantra has always been “JUST FINISH IT.” I have no problem with the doing or the starting; it’s the follow-through that eludes me. I can’t tell you how many exciting writing projects I’ve started with the hopes […]

Dos and Don’ts of Writing Recurring Heroes (Part 1)

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The books found in Layla Reyne’s Agents Irish and Whiskey series, Charlie Cochet’s THIRDS series, Josh Lanyon’s All’s Fair series or the Chaos Station series I cowrote with Kelly Jensen have one thing in common: a recurring main couple. They’re a little different than your typical romance series, which tend to feature a new couple […]

Short Scene Critique: Forever Knight

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Meant to be a sneak peek into a Carina editor’s brain, and critiqued by a different editor each time, these critiques are posted twice a month. The idea here is to give you a quick insight into how we might look at a manuscript as it comes across our desks on submission. We’ll strive to […]

First Page Critique: Trial Romance

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  Meant to be a sneak peek into a Carina editor’s brain, and critiqued by a different editor each month, the idea here is to give you a quick insight into how we might look at a manuscript as it comes across our desks on submission. We’ll strive to be critical but not mean. Because […]

First Page Critique: Each a Little Broken

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Meant to be a sneak peek into a Carina editor’s brain, and critiqued by a different editor each time, we’re going to post these first-page critiques twice a month as long as authors are willing to let us use their work and people remain interested. The idea here is to give you a quick insight […]

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