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The Nevers: How I Navigate Feminism in Romance Writing

After self-publishing seven books, I feel as if my writing style is finally coming into its own.  I’m not without my doubts, like most writers, but I feel I have a handle on my voice. I’ve learned that I enjoy writing about flawed but fabulous women, specifically those in their late thirties/early forties rediscovering love after heartbreak.

And that ‘love’ often shows up in the form of a virile man who is at least ten years younger than my main character (MC) and can work her between the sheets for hours.  (I know. That’s why they call it fiction.) Read the rest here…

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