Romance Writers Weekly – Potent Quotables

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Welcome to the romance Writers Weekly blog hop, where every week a great group of romance writers answer questions and accept challenges. Diverse in what we write, we are unified in the quest to bring you, the romance reader, a very happy ever after.

RWW also has a website with its own blog, a newsletter, and can be found on Facebook, and Twitter (@RWWBlog).

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If you’ve wondered in from Carrie Elks’ wonderful blog or are starting your tour with me, welcome to a day filled with fun and games.

 

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Today’ s challenge comes from Jeanne McDonald – What is one of your favorite quotes from your book(s). Explain the reason why it’s your favorite and its significance to the story and characters.

 

In chapter 5 of Son of Thunder, my heroine is assessing my hero Jord Thorson. As I was writing this scene I threw in a line I was pretty sure I would be changing. I mean how many times in a romance has the hero been described as looking like a god, or a Greek god, or something similar?

But I’m writing quickly and need to fill something in so I wrote: He looked like a god. I’m in Meghan’s head and I don’t know which of us thought it first, but there was this duh moment. He is one!!! And the line (somewhat paraphrased) has become my catch phrase for the book.

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The actual line from the book, after edits and all, is: He looked like a god . . . well, he was one, so . . . yeah.

It pretty much captures the essence of the book, so . . . yeah.

And what is Jo Richardson’s favorite quote from one of her books? Find out as the Romance Writers Weekly blog continues at: http://jrrichardsonfics.weebly.com/the-blog

And check out Jo’s wonderful novel, Cursed be the Wicked (It’s a little slice of awesome!):Cursed be the Wicked final

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