|Joanne & Jamie|
|One of my |
The really appealing thing for me about Superromance is the longer length and the need to tell a lot of story. Yes, the stories are more emotional and complex. But there's also room for a peek into other characters's lives beyond the hero and heroine. I really love that part. In my debut for the series, Promises Under the Peach Tree, I got to explore a story line for the hero's teenage niece. I also got to check in with the hero's brother now and again to give glimpses of his marital struggles. Those elements of the story make the world so real for me. Because as much as we'd like to live in a vacuum while we are falling in love (it's a wonderful place to be, after all), that simply doesn't happen. Our worlds connect with so many others, and their stories all have an affect on ours. In Superromance, we get to bring that whole world to life.
|My first Superromance!|
I'm looking forward to spending more time here--on the blog and in the series--in the months ahead. I look forward to hearing from you and finding out about the kinds of stories you love best. Don't be shy... hop on the blog and wave hello so I can feel like I had a good first day of school! While you're at it I'd love to know what you enjoy most in a Superromance. The realistic emotions and conflicts? The longer length? Or do you like seeing a certain author's name on the cover-- like the fantastic Tara Taylor Quinn? Share with me on the boards today and I've got a fun prize package for one random poster. (See pic!!) Winner announced on this thread on Friday.