Fascinating, engrossing, compelling, unforgettable, frustrating, hardheaded characters! We love to read about them and, in order to sell our books, we have to write them as well. The Character Craft workshop is designed to be informative, interactive, and enhance your approach to character creation. To do this, we’ll move beyond common character charts and bios to zero in on the unique traits, beliefs, and actions that separate characters that lie flat on the page from those that live in the hearts of readers.
Kim Louise is a hope-full romantic who still can't believe that she gets paid to do what she loves. She's penned over fifteen novels & novellas, writing for BET Books, Genesis Press, and now Harlequin. She has been a lead author for Kimani Press/Arabesque and 3-time Emma Award finalist. Her novels garner top reviews from Romantic Times Magazine, Romance In Color, and RAWSISTAHZ Book Reviews. Kim’s 2005 presentation at the RWA National Conference on FINDING TIME TO WRITE was selected as one of the top 25 presentations that year. Her novel SWEET LIKE HONEY was a finalist for 2008 African-American Romance of the Year by Romantic Times Magazine
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