Olanma and Abayomi Rice’s marriage is about to end in divorce. To please their families, they must pretend to be a happy couple one last time. Their farce leads to unexpected healing of their hearts, but then life throws another wrench in the plan. An ultimatum brought them together and now one threatens to tear them apart. Will they ever be able to get it together?
Coming really soon.
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Character development is critical for an easy to read book. I absolutely love building my characters.
I always think of which celebrity I think most looks like my character… And I use Pinterest a lot to just pin what I see in my minds eye based on the characters essence. I’m so finicky about my characters 😀😀😀 sometimes it’s scary. I build extensive profiles going as detailed as to what elementary school they went to. I wrote a blog post on how to do this. Part of the Family details the process I use to build my characters..
How do you build your characters? Drop me a comment let me know.
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It’s simple. For your reader to care about anything you write, you gotta make them. And yes, that goes for the antagonist too.
Take me as your reader for example, the protagonist, I got it..you will make them so likable and have this deep emotional story that I will feel bad for them and root for them. But what about your antagonist? If I can’t understand him/her or why his/her plight is important to them, the book will put me to sleep immediately.
In my books, especially When You Let Go and Anchored By Love I had some female antagonist that my readers still want to hear from. They feel empathy toward them, why? Because I made them care about these characters.
To make a memorable, believable villain, you the writer must make the reader believe in the antagonist twisted sense of reasoning. Show the reader that to the villain(antagonist) their actions make perfect sense to them.
Got questions for me? Drop them in the comments would love the hear from you.
“One day you’ll meet the one that will hug you so tight, your broken pieces will fit back together.”
Have you met the Danjuma men in the Sons of Ishmael series?
Book1: A Scoop of Love: Heir to the Danjuma empire, Rasheed is forced to confront past hurts and pains and deal with the head strong loving caterer, Ibiso who is determined to have him check his baggage at the door. Will their love stand a chance? Available NOW!
Book 2 : Anchored By Love :Damisi was marred by her human desires while Jabir struggled to maintain control but one request…one night…took them back to the very beginning. Coming Dec 4,2015!
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