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Beth D. Carter - Fresh Fiction feature

Writing a character organically means coming up with a complete back-story and history on imaginary people. Motivation to drive the story forward and obstacles for drama must be overcome and the only way to do that is to flesh out a character’s history.

Beth D. Carter - Exclusive author feature

This is linked to your Red Wolves Motorcycle Club series. Why did you choose to write this as a spin-off?

Sometimes, a secondary character can be really charming simply because there’s no pressure to develop their backstory.  They can be larger than life.  So when I wrote the fourth Red Wolves MC book, Lily Roar, I introduced a new character named Romeo.  

Beth D. Carter - BTSe Mag feature

Paris is probably the widely thought city for love and romance. The architecture, the history, the passion, the friendliness of the people…seriously, I never had a bit of problem with the French. Of course, I always said I was Canadian and they love Canada, so maybe I’m a bit off on that point.

Beth D. Carter - Female First feature

There is perhaps no other creative outlet that bares the writers soul quite like writing. Whether it's writing poetry, songs or stories, the modern day bard has to tap into deep recesses of the soul. 
 

Beth D. Carter - USA Today feature

Three books on my keeper shelves:

• Avaryan Rising by Judith Tarr. I've always said if you want to learn how to write beautiful prose, this book is a must. It's actually three novels of the Avaryan world rolled into one, and it pushed me to become a better writer. 

 

 

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