Women’s Fiction

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Women’s Fiction

By Cait Collins

I have written several different genre’s during my career.  Most of my work is from my years as a broadcaster. I have commercial copy, sales materials, three half-hour documentaries, and a 13-week TV series on local racing activities to my credit.  I have two children’s plays.  One of them won a silver medal in a state-wide Bible competition.  I have written two memoirs.  I also have Bible teaching materials for upper elementary students.  But I must admit my favorite genre to write is women’s fiction.

I enjoy creating women who face major issues but battle back from the brink of disaster to become strong and happy people.  Sometimes there is a suspense element. Other times the enemy is herself.  Often she fights the misperceptions others have invented for her.  There is always romance.  The trick is keeping each story fresh and exciting for the reader.  Each woman must have a unique problem to solve. Above all, she must grow from who she is at the beginning of the story to who she is destined to be.

Happy writing.  Thank you for visiting the Wordsmithsix blog site.

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