Genre in Depth: Romance

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Fictionally Sam

Genre in Depth is a new series on Fictionally Sam where we delve into different genre and see how they began, their characteristics, and books within that genre, etc. New genre every first and last Wednesday of the month!

Welcome to February folks, the month of love and chocolates–or if you are super single like me, the month of single awareness. These next 28 days (especially the first 14) are a time here in the States; people from everywhere show their appreciation for those they love through grand gestures, sugary sweets, popping the big question, and taking out the trash without being asked. As for me, this month is a time where I binge read a crap ton of sappy love stories that will remind me that I’m single and my period is about to start. Like I said, a time.

But speaking of love stories–in this installment of Genre…

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Revealing a World

Creative Writing, Description, Editing, Exposition, Genre, Narrative Structure, Photography, Setting, World building, Writing, Writing Advice

Jesse's Studio

This week we’re looking at how our characters are informed by a world and how they can inform readers about a world through implication.

  • Tuesday – Dressing the PartWhat can characters clothes tell us about their society?
  • Wednesday – Talking the Talk, How can we use speech to reveal aspects of the world?
  • Thursday – Walking the WalkWhat can the way characters move tell us about a society?
  • Friday – Delicate Decorum, How can all this build into the greater picture of characters and worlds?
  • Saturday – A new episode of Rum Cove

Graphic showing the ebook and paperback of Victorian Mistress

Victorian Mistress, the edited version featuring bonus story First Meetings, is now 0.99 on Kindle in the UK, US, Europe, Canada, and Australia.


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