rosemaryandrue

Hi guys! I hope you've all been having lovely holidays :)
          	
          	I've just posted the first chapter of Causative Effect, a superhero mystery novel about conspiracies and cults and a college student trying desperately to scrape her life back together. Be sure to check it out!
          	https://www.wattpad.com/story/200575773-causative-effect

K_R_Wright

Congratulations on the feature lovely <3 Sun and Shadow is a wonderful book and I'm so happy it's getting recognised!

rosemaryandrue

Hi guys! I hope you've all been having lovely holidays :)
          
          I've just posted the first chapter of Causative Effect, a superhero mystery novel about conspiracies and cults and a college student trying desperately to scrape her life back together. Be sure to check it out!
          https://www.wattpad.com/story/200575773-causative-effect

rosemaryandrue

Hi everyone! 
          
          First thing's first: Sun And Shadow has passed 1k reads and 250 votes! I never dreamed my confused shepherd princes would get so much love. Thank you so much for your support! 
          
          Now, onto the actual announcement-y news: I'm releasing a new novel! Causative Effect is a character-driven mystery masquerading as a superhero novel, with cults and subverted superhero tropes and red herrings galore. The first chapter will be out December 28, and I'll be posting new chapter twice a week. Add it to your library so that you won't miss the first update!
          https://www.wattpad.com/story/200575773-causative-effect

Caroline_Wissa

Good day~~
          
          So I was wondering who are your inspirations? Or maybe any favorite books?

Caroline_Wissa

@rosemaryandrue I also find Greek mythology very interesting, it's extremely fun to read about! I'll check out the book you recommended! The authors you mentioned seem to be really great too! ♡♡
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rosemaryandrue

@Caroline_Wissa I was very into mythology (Greek and otherwise) growing up, and in the year before I wrote Sun And Shadow, I read Robert Graves's Greek Myths and Madeline Miller's The Song of Achilles (the former is kind of academic, but the latter is lovely and I totally recommend it!). So when I wanted to write a light-hearted story, the setting was already on my mind. Really can't remember how I came up with the central concept, though.
            
            Generally, I write a fairly eclectic range of genres, so I wouldn't cite any one writer as an inspiration, though I do have specific works influenced by specific writers. I really like Terry Pratchett, Agatha Christie, and the web serial writer Wildbow. My favorite book is Stella Gibbons' Cold Comfort Farm. I also really love historical romance, which is probably coming out in my story :)
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