Romance Weekly #lovechatwrite


‘Do you like to read romance novels? Wouldn’t you like to know more about your favorite authors? Well you came to the right place! Join the writers of Romance Weekly as we go behind the scenes of our books and tell all….. About our writing of course! Every week we’ll answer questions and after you’ve enjoyed the blog on this site we’ll direct you to another. So come back often for a thrilling ride! Tell your friends and feel free to ask us questions in the comment box.’

1. If someone could observe you writing without you knowing they were there, what strange practices might they catch you doing?

Listening to music transitions me into the writing mood. It clears my mind and helps productivity, but on occasion certain songs snatch me out of the writing mood. The really fast-paced and uplifting tunes, or simply a longtime favorite. When those songs start to blare in my ears, I have to get up and dance. After pulling off some really bad and awkward moves, I return to my writing chair and continue with my story as if nothing peculiar happened. *SMILES*

2. Other than a creative outlet, how does writing benefit you?

Writing is my home, my sanctuary, and my calm. Without writing as my anchor, I’d be lost. Even if I wasn’t publishing, I’d still sit at my desk every evening to write.

3. How do you feed your muse?

I do a number of things. As I’ve mentioned before, I love listening to music. If the mood of a song playing in the background matches the scene I’m working on, the emotions come through more clearly on paper. Reading books, blogs, and articles on history is always, always helpful. I was researching regency wedding dresses and found a great archive of fashion plates from lady’s magazines of the era. The beautiful renditions of dresses, gowns, shawls, and veils had me very inspired! And, simply enjoying myself while I write has an outstanding boost to my muse.


I am not the only author participating in Romance Weekly! There are over a dozen other writers participating in this fun and fabulous event where each Tuesday we will go behind the scenes about writing, publishing, and romance novels! The next author this week is Dani Jace! Follow the link to see how she beautifully answered these same questions.



13 thoughts on “Romance Weekly #lovechatwrite”

  1. I think I would get very distracted by research if I wrote historical. It’s one of my favorite things.I spend a lot of time reading, watching, and digging around history in my spare time, so if my writing demanded it, I would just get lost in there forever! So many wonderful things to see! Thanks for sharing

    1. Absolutely! But getting lost in research can sometimes be beneficial. You never know what useful tidbits you might find, oddities and interesting facts that might enhance future manuscripts.

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