"There’s so much more to a kiss than the kiss. We’ll discuss how to craft a story that will have your
readers begging for the HEA. We’ll discuss elements such as conflict, characters, history, tension,
emotion and how to use them to build a perfect romance. And then, of course, we’ll talk about crafting the perfect kiss."
In order to know the future of your characters, you need to know their past
You need to know their personal history
You need to know their relationship history
Check each chapter for conflict
What are your characters goals?
What are their obstacles?
Throw your love interests together often, so they can learn more about each other
Show them being vulnerable
Chemistry comes through dialogue!
Build up the physical contact
How does the contact make them feel? (Sometimes you show this, sometimes you tell)
There is usually a BEAT right before the kiss
The kiss is more powerful writing from the emotions that surround the kiss
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