Tag Archives: Attachment Styles

Why We (and Our Characters) Fall in Love – Part Five

Today Fae Rowen wraps up her series on attachment models and the science of falling in love. If you missed Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, or Part 4 where she describes the early childhood adaptations and the “repairs” for … Continue reading

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Why We (and Our Characters) Fall in Love: Part Three

We have a lucky reader who took the time to comment on Kat Martin’s Real Setting blog. Writers in the Storm is pleased to announce that random.org picked comment #3 as the winner of Kat’s new release AGAINST THE EDGE. … Continue reading

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Why We (and our characters) Fall in Love: Part 1

by Fae Rowen Backstory: I always wondered why my husband fell in love with me. He was a thirty-year-old “confirmed” bachelor when I met him. And I never intended to marry anyone. Six months after we met, we were engaged. … Continue reading

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