When it comes to food, I hate spicy. There is a number of dishes I would never put into my mouth, yet it takes a Herculean will to walk by a donut shop and not stop. But when it comes to romance – I demand spice!
I want to see the passion between characters burning the pages of the book, or melting kindle devices. And that’s what I write. Yet it’s not about the act itself, it’s about the intimacy. It’s about being vulnerable and showing a side that otherwise the reader wouldn’t see.
I try not to use love making for the sole purpose of showing it. No. Every time my characters are together – it’s some kind of a stepping stone in their relationship. It exists because the story without it wouldn’t be complete. Because they decided they need it, and I’m simply the voyeur who puts it on paper.
Alright, that sounded weird. But you know what I mean. When it comes to romance – spice is a MUST! Don’t you agree?
On another note, the Blog Tour of Forged in Fire continues, and you still have a chance to win $25, $10 or $5 amazon Gift Card!
The full list of blog stops is here,
but today I wanted to share one particular stop - Marsha A. Moore's blog - where I talk about how hard (or easy) it is to argue with fictional characters.
I write books I would love to read with fantasy worlds I would like to be a part of. Where anything is possible, but nothing more magical than love.