I have been married over 20 years to the same great guy. I have 2 kids (1 cat at the moment) and an imagination that won't quit.
I do try to do some research, but may make mistakes or deliberately change some details for the sake of the story.
I tend to come up with story ideas in small groups. One book leading into another, or characters with a shared past but their own stories.
I hope my characters are vividly real to you.
My first finished work was what I consider a fluff piece. I have some ideas for a sequel but it will be a long time coming.
I like werewolf books and have several in mind in various stages.
Rejecting Herself is about a girl who survived a rogue werewolf attack and will shift -or die. She is becoming a stranger to herself as instincts and emotions are intensified. She has help, but the battle is within herself.
How can she accept what she is becoming? Can she survive the shift... does she even want to live like that? & Love tries to bloom at the edge of death.
One book ( I keep switching what book I am focused on) will be more of a thriller. It will take many months to get it finished, even in unpolished and unedited form. I do not have an editor right now.
I have an idea for a Prince/commoner story
& a drunken 'marriage' in Vegas that was never supposed to get filed...
A werewolf/mafia story (very) loosely based on one of Shakespeare's stories.
Another story has a Luna with severe mental/emotional issues due to the captivity she had endured before she was found. Her mate does not dare tell her he is even attracted to her, or their relationship will start based on how she adapted to survive abuse...
Basically, I have more ideas in my files than time.
Why is it that in many stories the woman professes disinterest , but in none of them does she back that up by action to throw another woman at the man intent on her.
- JoinedDecember 11, 2017