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All right. You knew it was coming.. ... After the last post, you know you did.

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Yes.  Emancipated hamsters.

I nearly devoted this post  to NOT letting them take over your romance novel. But I have done that twice  already with regard to secondary hamsters…oops.. characters.

https://shehannemoore.wordpress.com/2012/09/22/the-necessity-of-seconds/

Do you know I even menshied…NO. Not Harrison the Hamster…

Can we get this right please? So if you wanna know about that…go here

https://shehannemoore.wordpress.com/2012/09/26/knowing-youre-the-bellboy/

This post is about the development of hamster and hamster,

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his claw in her hair. Or maybe it is her claw in his, her being a bit of a beefer hamster? And him being kind of bouffoned?

The thing is, the point I am trying to make here–of course there is one–hamsters may look cute but even if Google doesn’t say so, my understanding is they  will fight to the death over that last straw end, half a piece of peed on popcorn and who is having first turn of the wheel.convv

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That is before we get anywhere near whose cage it is really.

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 The point is…imagine these hamsters were human, just for a second.

Okay?

I know I occasionally like to with my heroes and heroines…….

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What are the hamsters  doing? Well they are guarding  themselves and their pissy little bit of turf.

Now, start imagining your hero and heroine that way.

Hmmm?

Enough said about what we need re  character development arcs etc, etc, etc, and why?

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love is the

With it, when writing it, should we  let our hero and heroine go there willingly?

Or should we throw a few emancipated hamsters in their way?

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