Let’s face it. The characters in your book will do some dumb things. We’re here to help you make sure they do those dumb things for the right reasons.
Brandon, Dan, Mary, and Howard talk about the good, the bad, and the ugly of dumb, and how you as an author can write dumb smart. Or smartly write dumb. Something like that.
Audiobook Pick-of-the-Week: Variant, by Robison Wells, narrated by Michael Goldstrom.
Writing Prompt: Create a solid romance in which the characters cannot be together because of good, intelligent, character-driven reasons.
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