It’s Thursday, which means it’s official Getting To Know You Day on my Facebook page! Last week we talked about prologues, and I learned a lot, both from a reader’s and a writer’s perspective. Today’s question is one of my very favorites in all the world. And I’m going to be kicking things off by sharing a quote from J.K. Rowling on this . . . Join us if you like. :)
This seems like a good word for a romance writer to know. ;)
And just how do I know? Because this has arrived. Sweet, tender, delicious. Glorious!
“. . . that love is complicated.” What a fun graphic delineating the romantic relationships in Pride and Prejudice.
Speaking of Jane Austen, you may also enjoy my Bookish post on why she is a huge source of inspiration to romance novelists everywhere.
Speaking of birds (as I did here yesterday, although in a slightly different context), we have a houseguest.
She’s built her nest on our front porch. Which means, of course, that we don’t turn on the light at night, and in our entry hall we glance cautiously out the window to see if she’s there. And if she is, respectfully we tiptoe past. After all, she’s got an important job to do. :)
Are you on BookBub, that amazing purveyor of great book deals? A little birdie tells me that You May Kiss the Bride will soon be a featured book! Click here to follow me on Bookbub and make sure you’ll be the first to know. :)
It’s Thursday, which means it’s official Getting To Know You Day on my Facebook page! Last week we jumped into the question of our favorite movies (which added quite a lot of titles to my to-watch list). Today we’re tackling a question readers and writers can feel very strongly about . . .
Would you like to add your two cents? Join us. :)
My next newsletter’s in the works, and in addition to giving away a signed, print copy of You May Kiss the Bride, I want to include another book. But which one? I’d love to hear your suggestion(s) over on my Facebook page. Is there a title on your to-read list you’ve been hankering after? Thank you for your input! Would you like to learn more about You May Kiss the Bride, which the Washington Post‘s Sarah MacLean recently called “Delicious”? Click here.