Whenever I read a new manuscript, there’s one thing that usually seals the deal - inner conflict. It seems so obvious, but it isn’t. Piles of manuscripts have NO inner conflict whatsoever. Guess what happens to those manuscripts? Form rejections. Sounds harsh? It is. But, what if you could learn how to apply inner conflict?
Don’t worry - inner conflict can be difficult to figure out, particularly for newbie writers and even not-so-newbie writers. It doesn't have to be difficult though.
Together with Savvy Authors, I’m running a workshop that will teach you everything you need to know about inner conflict.
Change your writing forever, and sign up here.
External conflict is pretty easy to figure out. Obstacles to the goal, amiright? But, inner conflict? Now, that’s a whole different ballgame. And making your inner conflict somehow relate to your external conflict? Fuhgeddaboutit.
I’m running a one-week workshop with Savvy Authors, 15 July, to teach you everything you wanted to know about inner conflict. You can sign up here.
In this interactive workshop, you’ll find out:
Without inner conflict, you won’t have much of a compelling romance read. Most of the submissions I read have great external conflict but they don't plough the depths of why the characters respond the way they do - that’s inner conflict. And that’s what links into character arcs, and character development, and satisfying HEAs. The result is the dreaded rejection.
But you don’t have to be in the dark about inner conflict any longer. This workshop will ensure that you have a clear idea of what inner conflict is and how to use it.
What are you waiting for? Sign up today.
Do you want to write a romance novel?
Everyone wants a HAPPILY EVER AFTER (HEA).
A little something to get you started on your writing journey: