Men and women don't talk the same way. Vive la difference! Men use more abrupt, choppy language and curse more, or at least the men in my books do. Something else I've noticed, men tend to sound angry, and often, we think they're mad at us, but that's not true. They're mad at themselves, a situation, or using mad to cover another emotion, like fear or sorrow. When I write as a guy, I can explore that anger, and let readers know the underlying emotion sparking it. I can also show what the hero's thinking and feeling about a woman in the book and describe her in more detail, something hard to do if writing from the female POV only. Writing as a man makes me step into his shoes and sometimes, I'm surprised what I find. A good thing, right?
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The winner of my name-the-drummer-doorbell contest was Lori R. and the song I chose for the doorbell is the theme to Hawaii Five-O. If you've never heard it, visit YouTube, fire it up, and shake your booty. You'll warm up ten degrees, guaranteed!