An important lesson I learned as a developing writer was to develop a comprehensive profile of the characters in my stories, especially the main ones because although you may not use most of your profile it helps you to know their personalities and it comes through in your dialogue and narrative. It’s important to know the personality and physical and emotional attributes of your characters and to stay consistent throughout your story.
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I'm a nursing professor and writer. I have published 3 nursing books, 2 picture books, a chapter book, 2 middle-grade books, an activity book, and a self-care book. My new middle-grade "Hannah and the Hobgoblins" will be released in January 2021. And "Dale Earnhardt: Destined to Race" what I wrote with my co-author R.S. Murphy will also be released in January. I am thrilled to share that I also have book contracts with Clear Fork Publishers and Pen It Publications. I love the beach and have written many of my books while out on Montauk. I love to read and enjoy painting, cooking, gardening, and hiking.
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