Today I am visiting with Melody Ann, discussing, “The Challenge of Writing a Good Love Scene.”
This is a perfect topic, and to explain why, I’ll start by sharing my book bio with you. I post this on every blog post and Amazon, so hopefully readers will know what to expect with my books.
While I do not write "Christian" books, I do share my characters' Christian beliefs. My characters are real people who come with real flaws; no perfect people allowed.
I characterize my stories as modern-day fairytales, as they are overflowing with romance, mystery, suspense, and of course, tragedy. After all, what would a fairytale be without a tragic event setting the stage? All of my novels are sensual, but not erotic, gripping but not graphic and will hopefully make you cry, laugh, love, and hope.
I love reading. I’ve been reading as long as I could hold a book and writing as long as I could hold a pen. And I read almost everything, as long as it is not too graphic in any manner.
When I started reading novels in the early eighties, I found a means of escape and loved it. I would literally devour a book in one to two days. In the nineties, I got a little busy with babies and work, but I still read. Then as the kids grew up, I started reading again with a passion, only I found something had changed…
To read the rest of the interview, please visit Melody Ann’s blog, Safire Blade.