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What comes to mind when you look at this broken piano? Do you see it from the viewpoint of an angry neighbour who is annoyed about the old rubbish in the garden next door? Or do you visualise the piano in its former glory and beautiful music filling the air? 
 
Maybe a couple used to sit there and play together, their fingers touching, their tune a promise of love. Are they still alive and has their love lasted, or is it broken like the piano?

Happy writing!
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What comes to mind when you look at this chandelier? Maybe a dinner in a posh restaurant, or a romantic ball in a castle? 

Your hero could be a collector who has set his eye on this beautiful piece. Unfortunately, the owner doesn't want to part with it - and she's even more beautiful than any chandelier in the world.
 
Maybe a thief has hidden a precious diamond among the fakes diamonds in a chandelier. When he returns to collect the jewel, the chandelier has gone! Where is it, and how can he get hold of the diamond?
 
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Our beautiful romance novel "The Italian Billionaire's Disgraced Fiancee" by Betsy Swann is now available IN PRINT.

Read the first chapter or buy the book HERE
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Another 5 Star Review for "GO STEAL A BRIDEGROOM"!
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Looking for a bit of romance? Watch the book trailer for "THE ITALIAN BILLIONAIRE'S DISGRACED FIANCÉE"!
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'Lay' and 'lie' often get confused, especially in the past tense. So here is how to use them correctly:

1. 'Lay' always needs an object that is being laid somewhere. For example, 'I lay the book on the table.' The book is the object because this is what is being laid on the table.

In the past tense, 'lay' changes to 'laid'. For example, 'When John came home, I laid the book on the table and went to greet him.'

2. 'Lie' never has an object, because the subject itself lies somewhere. For example, 'The book lies on the table.'

In the past tense, 'lie' changes to 'lay'. For example, 'When John came home, Mary lay on the sofa.'

Happy writing! 

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Today, 2060 years ago, on the Ides of March (15 March), Julius Caesar was assassinated. He was very surprised to find that Brutus was part of those who assassinated him, a friend he loved like his own son. 
 
This betrayal alone can provide plenty of inspiration for a great story. How would you feel if a trusted friend suddenly stabbed his knife between your ribs?
 
What if Julius Caesar hadn't been killed that day? How would history have changed?
 
What if his spirit lived on in his statue in Rome; if he could see and hear everything but not move or speak? How does he feel, being condemned to stand on his pedestal in eternal silence?
 
Happy writing! 

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What comes to mind when you look at this beautiful cat? Is she the pampered companion of a rich old lady and loved like a child?
 
Do you already feel hypnotized by her mesmerizing eyes? 
 
Does she remind you of a gold-digging woman, who has set her eyes on her next victim - lovely to look at but cool and calculating. 
 
Is your story about Bertram, the mouse, who finds himself totally attracted to the cat he's often admired from afar? He knows his mother told him not to get too close to a cat, but surely this one must be an exception...
 
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A few sunbeams amidst the clouds, something sparkles, and then you see it...a golden pocket watch on the pavement! How did it get here? What's the story behind it?

Maybe there was a struggle between a mugger and an elderly gentleman, and that's how it fell on the floor.

Is your heroine crying her eyes out because she has lost the pocket watch?

Is it a magic pocket watch that turns back time, depending on how far back you turn the dials?

Happy writing! 

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“Writing is talking, except you get the chance to edit what you just said.” 
― Bangambiki Habyarimana, The Great Pearl of Wisdom

Happy writing! :-)

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