The Book Pub
All My Book Finds
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Colleen S. Myers
Romance Books 4 Us
When I'm dreaming up a novel -- especially an historical one -- the place where my characters will live and interact is almost a character within itself. I have used real places and places I've invented. Either way, research and attention to detail is involved.
Her heroes are misunderstood and flawed.
Her heroines are sassy, independent thinkers but with some insecurities.
"They're a lot like me, except a lot prettier, and they don't have as sharp a tongue as I do," said Deborah Camp, Debby to her friends, a successful Tulsa writer with more than 35 novels to her credit.
"I do most of my fiction writing in the evenings and on weekends. I keep a notebook nearby to jot down character names, descriptions, ideas for upcoming scenes, dialogue, etc. Normally, I set a 10 page goal for myself every day I write on my novel. I don't stop until I reach the goal."