When writing a love story or a romance novel it’s about creating a unique story that builds a relationship as it unfolds. We start off by creating the attraction, because if there isn’t any attraction then why even tell the story. Next you develop the characters and their quirks that make them unique to your eyes only when you read the story. You will either love them or hate them based on what the writer shares with you.
Hopefully you fall in love with them to continue to read the story and experience the emotional ties that keep you holding the book or e-reader in front of your face. But of course there needs to be an obstacle that they must overcome in order to move forward. The true test of time, can they make it through a trying time?
When I wrote my story I continue to think about these things so that if I opened I would not want to put it down. I want the draw to be so strong you will opt to read rather than go to bed.
The best part of this love story, of Jessica and Paul, is that you get two books in one. The first part is the prequel, which creates the attraction, the relationship, and the obstacle. I am an emotional writer so I often take time outs in order to handle the emotional roller coaster that I put my characters through. The best part of that is the feedback I get on FB begging for the resolutions.
Giving them the resolution takes time as any obstacle would when you are writing about someone’s heart being broken. The one thing I can promise with my story is that you won’t always cry, you won’t always laugh, but you may experience the roller coaster of life.
I am offering the eBook for free from Dec 26th through Dec 30th. My only hope is that you enjoy it as much as I enjoyed writing it.
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