Tag Archives: editor Kathleen Scheibling

Why We Just Can’t Get Enough Hot Holiday Heroes

by Kathleen Scheibling, Senior Editor, Harlequin Blaze Christmas is coming. This is the favorite time of year for many—when we gather around family, give and receive lovely gifts and think about what we have to be grateful for. But what … Continue reading »

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So You Think You Can Write Wrap Up

by Kathleen Scheibling, Senior Editor In November 2010, the Harlequin editors launched our first ever on-line conference, SYTYCW. It was an exciting week of blog posts, community forums, live chats, webinars, podcasts, Twitter events and more, done by our expert … Continue reading »

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The SYTYCW Last Word Webinar

Don’t miss your chance on Friday, November 5 to join editors Birgit Davis-Todd and Kathleen Scheibling (two of the driving forces behind this week-long editorial event) for The Last Word. You can register here for the webinar and attend at … Continue reading »

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Meet the Editors Podcast Debut: Writing Visually – What if When Harry Met Sally was a Novel

Write visually. Show, don’t tell. Aspiring authors hear this advice over and over, but how exactly does one accomplish this?  Editor Kathleen Scheibling first discusses the importance of writing visually and then shows you how to do it via her … Continue reading »

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Meet the Editors Podcast Debut: The “Aha” Moment – The End of Predictability in Romance Writing

The “Aha” moment is the point in your manuscript  at which an editor becomes excited by your story, because you’re written something unpredictable. You may be writing within a popular romance theme like the marriage of convenience or secret baby … Continue reading »

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