I'm in Savannah, Georgia for a few days on vacation. I took this picture inside of Clary's Diner. Great place to eat breakfast if you're in the area. It's on Abercorn Street right down from another famous landmark- The Cathedral of St. John the Baptist. This is one of the most amazing churches I've ever seen. The architectural details and sculptures are amazing.
As a reader do you like to read about a character's religious affiliation? I know a lot of Christian romance readers who make this the main theme of their work. A lot of them write erotica too.
I'm working on a story right now that takes place in Savannah. The title is Sweet Tea Maggie. The main character is very religious and meets a man who has turned away from God. In this instance knowing about her religious background is mandatory. Knowing about his is also imperative for the reader. So now onto my next question- if you, yourself, aren't a very religious person would that fact turn you away from my latest story?
I love to learn new things so I look at this as an opportunity for learning but I know some people would disagree. Go ahead- I dare you...
Kissa Starling, author of Erotic Romance