Nonfiction. Men and women think, talk, and act differently -- which causes problems for writers who are trying to create characters of the opposite sex. Award-winning author Leigh Michaels (author of On Writing Romance) shares the secrets of why and how men and women are different and how to use the differences to create realistic -- but not stereotypical -- characters.
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About the Author
Leigh Michaels is the award-winning author of 100 books, including contemporary romance novels, historical romances, and non-fiction. She teaches romance writing and critiques manuscripts. Find out more at www.leighmichaels.com.