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For me this month shows to be extremely busy. I’ve got a self-imposed deadline for Betraying Chase. At the beginning of the month there was a birthday party for my daughter, then there is a short stay with my best friend, Valentine’s Day, a trip to Arkansas, my birthday, girl’s night out with best friend and dear friend from high school. Girl’s day out with my mom, aunts, cousins and Nanny.
All this while trying to get 187 pages written to complete Chase and Brandy’s story. Then there is the next book on my schedule to work on. If only I could keep one voice channeled and get that book done!
I have always followed a specific pattern in my writing. I write from beginning to end, following as the voices dictate. Today I strayed from my normal path. I began writing a clip of a scene that I know has to go into the book, but the timing in the manuscript isn’t ready for it yet. Clear as mud? LOL So I’m trying to get over my personal issues with writing out of sequence while keeping the flow going. It may not sound like it but it really is a big deal for me.
I’m very curious here. If you were to write a romance novel, what kind would it be? Would it be a paranormal filled with shifters, ghosts, witches and the supernatural? Would it be an inspirational? Science fiction? Comedy? Historical? Intrigue/thriller? Plain contemporary? Inquiring minds want to know. Is your choice of genre for writing the same as what you read? Please leave a comment and share which genre you would write.
I look forward to reading your comments!