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Weekly Update: Week 20

March 11, 2021

I ran through the top 6 conflict types and noticed that I only really write about 1 or 2. But if I can combine relationship lessons/advice and my love for feel-good romance stories, isn't that a win-win?

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Go to bed mad

February 23, 2019

The cliche activity at a wedding: "Give Advice to the Newly Weds!" The cliche advice: "Never go to bed mad". That doesn't work for us. I can be humble enough to admit I become a mean angry person and that doesn't help anything.

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Inflection and Intention

August 20, 2018

When I write about relationships in fiction I try and highlight the good and bad qualities of ones I've seen before, including my own. So much so that now I'm very conscious about how mine is perceived.

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Influences from your better half

March 11, 2018

Reason #127 I want to write romance novels: show the healthy influence one person can have over another in a healthy relationship.

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Shave it off and connect

January 23, 2018

Find that person that's willing to shave half your head. Not because he thinks it will look good, but because he knows it'll make you happy.

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When I knew

October 22, 2017

So when I say this is "when I knew", it's not when I knew I wanted to marry him. But knew as a couple we were at a mature and steady point in our relationship to handle getting matching 'wedding band' tattoos.

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Walking on Moonshine

September 27, 2017

It blows my mind how something like this was ingrained into me, but not him. This is now known as the ‘Cookout incident’.

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Penny for your solace?

June 15, 2017

Although my main area of interest when reading and writing is romance, I'll admit not every day is perfect. With the normal ebb and flow of life, we've both wound up pretty stressed and snippy.

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