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The gift of story - Rita Bay's Blog

My fellow Champagne author (and superb human being) Rita Bay is hosting a series of free stories as gifts to readers on her blog this month. 81 more words


A Rough Fairy Tale: Thursday Redux on Rita Bay's Blog

Long-time and thorough readers of Point No Point might recognize my contribution to the talented, lovely, and generous Rita Bay’s new blog feature, Thursday Redux. 202 more words


Finding Eve Review and Blog Tour

Title: Finding Eve

Author: Rita Bay

Published: September 2013

Publisher:  Champagne Book Group

Word Count: 28,000

Genre: Shape-shifter Paranormal

Content Warning: Adult content

Recommended Age: 18+ 1,324 more words


Feed Your Imagination with Fantasy

Join Champagne/Burst authors Rita Bay, Graeme Brown, L.T, Getty, and R.J. Hore in our Feed Your Imagination with Fantasy Book Tour from March 31st through April 25th. 186 more words

Growing the Story

This week, Growing the Story. Most stories, including romance, grow around conflict. Conflict occurs when one character is at odds with the objectives of another character or force. 395 more words

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Building a Series: Building the World

The next element in building a story/series is “Building the World.” Authors can take free rein with their imaginations when creating a world. Based on the intended theme, they can fill it with their own visions, values, beliefs, and prejudices or craft a totally different reality in the future or in a different world. 269 more words

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Building a Series: SETTING THE THEME

This week in Building a Story/Series, we’ll focus on setting the theme. Why set the theme first? Whether we’re looking at an individual story or a series, setting the theme is a critical component in the development of a story/series. 561 more words

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