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October 20, 2016

I write domestic suspense. The bad people in my books are philanderers and emotional abusers, financial manipulators, unreliable narrators with horrific back stories and, in general, people who play fast and loose with the rules. As a helicopter mom of two young kids, I'm kind of a stickler for rules. So how do I write these characters? 

One way is through emotional substitution. I try to get into the feelings driving a character's actions by thinking of a time that I have felt similarly, albeit not to the same degree. Though I can't relate to the anger my character may be experiencing stalking her husband's girlfriend, I have had times when I've felt betrayed and angry in my life. I overlay these expe...

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