Using Archetypes to Create Characters in Romance presented by Hope Ramsay 

When:  Saturday, April 6, 2019, 10am to 1pm

Where:  Montgomery County Community College, 340 Dekalb Pike, 

              Blue Bell, PA  19422 – Parkhouse Hall, Room 124 

Every romance requires a journey for the hero and heroine. While the plot is happily moving along with suspense, humor, vampires, pirates, bad guys, or other complications, the hero and heroine need to be falling in love. And in order to fall in love the hero and heroine have to learn something important that makes them worthy (or able) to give and receive love.

But what do they need to learn? And how the heck do you figure that out without falling back on worn-out romance clichés?

Join us and learn how to use the positive and negative traits of personality archetypes to develop a strong, emotional love story and three-dimensional characters that have room to grow and develop and fall in love.

Bio:  Hope Ramsay is a USA Today bestselling author of heartwarming contemporary romances, set below the Mason-Dixon Line. She has two grown children, a demanding lap cat named Simba who was born in Uganda, and a precious Cockapoo puppy named Daisy.  She lives in Virginia where, when she’s not writing, she’s knitting or playing her forty-year-old Martin guitar. Her website is: