Romance Weekly – #LOVECHATWRITE

Love Write Chat

Do you like to read romance novels? Wouldn’t you like to know more about your favorite authors? Well you came to the right place! Join the writers of Romance Weekly as we go behind the scenes of our books and tell all….. About our writing of course! Every week we’ll answer questions and after you’ve enjoyed the blog on this site we’ll direct you to another. So come back often for a thrilling ride!

1. Who is your favorite character you’ve written and why?

That would have to be Jord Thorson, from my novel Son of Thunder. The motorcycle riding, weather controlling, son of Thor was a lot of fun to write about.

2. Do you prefer to write your Hero or Heroine?

As a guy it’s easier for me to step into the head of my heroes, but it’s also eye-opening sometimes to explore my feminine side. I don’t know that I have a preference. I’m usually happy in whoever’s head I’m in at the time.

3. What are the three things you can’t write without?

Coffee (or tea), quiet, and my computer. Coffee in the mornings is a must to get the writing engine started. By afternoon I usually switch to tea (hot in winter, iced in summer). Occasionally I don’t mind music in the background, but for the most part I need a quiet area for my mind to go to that ‘special place’ where stories happen. Of course, I need the tools of the trade, which are all installed on my computer.

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16 thoughts on “Romance Weekly – #LOVECHATWRITE

  1. Loved reading about Jord. Can see how he was fun. We understand about getting in the H/H heads. Fortunately we both have input which really helps. Yes, we would be lost without computer as we share things back and forth on first draft.

  2. I’m the opposite when it comes to quiet. My day job involves writing in a big room with many others, so writing at home in silence would make me crazy! I sit one room away from where the TV lives and can keep in touch with family while still getting work done.

  3. I once could write with a house full of teenage girls, sitting just a few feet away from going on and on about the latest new boy. Today, I would have to have earplugs to be able to write if that happened 🙂 Loved your blog!!!

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