Romance Weekly – #LOVECHATWRITE

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!

If you found me via Elizabeth Janette’s wonderful blog, Redemption of Liars

or you’re just starting your Romance Weekly journey here, welcome. Some probing questions and fun answers lie ahead as you make the rounds.

Queen of hearts Jami Denise is the author of this week’s questions:

1. When writing your novel, do you know how it’s going to end before you write, or do you write from start to finish?

When I start a new story, I usually start with two characters and a scene in mind where they interact. It’s usually the opening scene, but not always. The first scene in Son of Thunder I envisioned was Jord and Meghan on the motorcycle, riding up the rainbow bridge to Asgaard. Everything flowed from there.

I let the characters lead me around for a while, with no real ending in sight. Eventually they find a direction and head toward it, and the ending becomes clear.


2. How do the people you know impact your writing? Are you influenced by friends and family for your characters?

I’m pretty sure bits and pieces of real life friends and acquaintances slip into my characters, but there are very few instances where I can point to a character and say “That is 100% so-and-so.” I do occasionally slip family members into my stories, just cause I love ‘em.


3. Describe the hero in your current WIP in three words.

Tough, caring, and brave.


I hear you out there. Yes, I have spies all over the interwebs. You’re wondering what the other authors of Romance Weekly answered. Start (or continue) the tour by visiting the wonderful Sarah Hegger  at


22 thoughts on “Romance Weekly – #LOVECHATWRITE

    • That’s pretty much the way it goes, and as long as they’re leading me, I’m fine. It’s when they wonder off over the horizon, and I can’t find them, that I have problems.

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