School for Writers! Episode One: Creating Characters that Spark! With Special Guest Hank Edwards

School for Writers! Episode One: Creating Characters that Spark! With Special Guest Hank Edwards

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October 29, 2014 by Creative Energy in You

Join Cheri and Creative Energy in YOU favorite, Hank Edwards for the first ever School for Writers Episode, all about creating characters that spark the imagination, heart and attention of your readers.

Hank and Cheri will discuss their own process for character development and offer tips and tricks for writers! Call in or join in the chat room with your questions and comments!

Hank Edwards is a curious mix of practical realist and feral dreamer. He is a fan of absurd comedy, and has incorporated this in the sizzling and hilarious Charlie Heggensford Fluffers, Inc. series, as well as Plus Ones, his wacky rom-com revolving around the passing of gay marriage in the state of Michigan. He also loves a good mystery and suspense story, which inspired his Up to Trouble series, featuring FBI Agent Aaron Pearce and his lover Mark Beecher who met during one case and have gone on to solve others. His love of chills and thrills prompted him to create the Venom Valley series, which combines vampires and zombies with Old West cowboys, now available from Wilde City Press. He is also a member of the Story Orgy group (www.facebook.com/SOGroup), a clan of writers who post free gay romance reads to their blogs every Monday morning and self-publish steamy stories based on writing prompts. These stories, as well as a number of Salacious Singles—erotic short stories–are available to download in a variety of e-book formats. No matter what genre he is dabbling in, however, Hank tries to keep things steamy and heartfelt. He was born and still lives in a northwest suburb of the Motor City, Detroit, Michigan, where he shares a home with his partner of over 18 years and their two cats. Like him on Facebook (www.facebook.com/hankedwardsbooks or www.facebook.com/venomvalleyseries) and follow him on Twitter (@hanksbooks) to become a true “Hankie.” Visit his website at www.hankedwardsbooks.com or send an email to hankedwardsbooks@gmail.com.