Showing posts from February, 2012

The Characters

As I begin to pen this book, I'm hesitant to tell my readers too much about the synopsis. It's going to be a bit different and unlike anything I've tackled. I like the challenge, and I hope that it makes me grow in my writing skills.

When I get closer to release, I'll open up more about the background of the story. I can only say that I'm going to have to do some heavy collaboration with certain individuals to make the story not only believable, but heartfelt as well. As a result, I hope one day to introduce you to those I've found to help me with this storyline.

Who are the characters? Well, after much agonizing I've come up with names. I'm beginning to formulate their personalities early in the story. Here is the cast:
Lord and Lady Rochester (must have aristocrats)
Patrick Rochester (nephew to Lord Rochester - that handsome likeable guy in the pictures)
Rupert Rochester (the not so likeable brother to Patrick, because we all need a rascal to …

A New Story

Inspiration for stories are often birthed in my heart in the strangest ways. My wandering thoughts and pondering of various life situations are usually the place of creation.
I know I'm due for The Price of Love, book three of the Legacy Series, but I need something in between. I had tried to write Radcliffe and had finished five chapters. However, when it came to conjuring up my paranormal ghost, I hit a road block. I just couldn't find the imagination to continue. It felt uncomfortable and the wrong time to pursue paranormal romance, and I was tired of staring at a blank page.

Dark Persuasion is bubbling up like a well at the present time. The story seems to be coming in bits and pieces and scenes are floating in and out of my mind. I seem to be grabbing them out of the air and writing the story piecemeal, which is not the way I usually work. However, when the muse arrives in a black jacket, leather boots, and handsome face, you're inclined to get motivated.