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I guess there's a reason why 90% of every song you'll ever hear is about love. Even the most jaded of us still dream of the day when we will find our other half.
I finally decided to try my hand at writing romance after watching Avatar. While most people raved about the special effects or the suggested technology central to the plot, what made the movie for me was the romance. The most memorable scene for me was "I see you." Yes--evidently I'm a hopeless romantic.
I'm most interested in BWWM romances, but might branch out from time to time. I also might mix romance with some other genres in the future, like science fiction, historical, suspense, etc. What I don't intend to do is make every heroine (and hero) a successful entrepreneur or CEO of a multinational corporation. Regular working people love and seek love, too. I also refuse to contrive silly misunderstandings for which the hero must apologize at the climax of the story. If you ever catch me doing that, please send a cyber-kick to my butt!
It's obvious from the feedback I've received for Overcoming that I need to get busy getting more of my ideas written down and published, so I'm gonna do my best.
Thanks for stopping by!
P.S: If you write me, please check your spam folder for my reply--I answer everyone who took the time to write.
on July 25, 2011 :
This book is the sequel to "Overcoming." You'll read about the H/H from "Overcoming" in this book (which I thought was nice). "Tunnel Vision" was an interesting book. I enjoyed it, but just like in "Overcoming" the hero did something that I don't like "my" hero to do. The H/H connected, but not in an intense and passionate way.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)