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Throwback Thursday: 50 Character Motives For Your Story

I’ve listed a few possible character motives in the image below and I would encourage you to play around with different ways of interpreting and applying them.

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An Arch-Nemesis for Detective Mo?

As I was showing my initial scribblings for Detective Mo 3 to my daughter, she suggested that the antagonist I’ve created should become a recurring arch nemesis for Mo.

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Detective Mo 3 is Coming Soon

Mo came to me while I was cleaning my kitchen and whispered another brand new adventure into my ear.

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Throwback Thursday: 7 Deadly Writing Sins

There remain some lines we should simply never cross; some crimes we can commit as authors which are just unforgivable. And so, I’ve listed a few of them here for your enjoyment and instruction.

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5 Useful Posts for Novelists – Romantic Subplot Edition 😍

I’ve been trying to find some pointers to help me really polish off the relationship between my protagonist and the love interest. Here’s some links to a few of the more useful articles I’ve found.

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I’m Still Here

I haven’t posted in ages, so this is just a quick one to assure all four of you that I’ve not died and that I continue to work doggedly in the background.

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Anyone Want to Review Detective Mo?

I need some kind souls to read and review Detective Mo for me.

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I’ve Just Started Draft 2.2 of ‘Project E’ and Feel Very Positive About It

I’m pleased to say the first draft 2 is actually a lot better than I thought it was when I was writing it.

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I’m Creating a New Antagonist for Detective Mo 3

I said I wasn’t going to do another Detective Mo book until I had finished something for traditional publishing (and I certainly am working on something for traditional publishing) but Mo came to me in the middle of the night and told me all about this new case and next thing I know, I’ve started outlining Detective Mo 3.

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The Making of Detective Mo

My 4 year old announced to me that one of her dolls was called Detective Molly and I became inspired.

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