Friday, February 3, 2012
WHAT IS YOUR DREAM WHEN IT COMES TO PENNING YOUR NEXT STORY?
Luke Jennings took a sabbatical from his successful Midwestern manufacturing firm to seek solace on the beaches of Florida. His life changes, initially for the better, when he meets erotic dancers Jackie and Suzi. Their uninhibited sexual exploits send his mind, and body, reeling, but Luke finds there is a protocol to true happiness: Desire, Sex and Then Came Love.
Due for release on February 10th from www.romancedivine.com.
PENNING YOUR NEXT STORY
How come one book resonates through history and everyone loves it? What’s the magic formula that captures an audience and holds their interest for years on end? Whether the books newly written or an older version, there’s something about it that draws a reader in.
Gone With the Wind by Margaret Mitchell is one such book for me. There are several other books on the market, new and old that I couldn’t put down once I started reading, but she’s my favorite writer. Is it the story plot, or is the writer so skilled, he or she’s drawn you into a magical world of history gone by, or into modern day experiences where there’s no escaping. You live and love right along with the characters in the book, feeling sadness when you turn the final page.
Someday, I’d like to find myself in the same position as Margaret Mitchell. She died before finding out what an impact her writing made on the masses. To me, capturing the public as she did would be the ultimate prize.
I’ll just keep on writing and hope some day I might stumble onto something that is near her expertise. Until that day, I’ll keep chasing the elusive rainbow when it comes to writing a story that no one will be able to put down.
We all have dreams in life and this is one of mine. If a writer, or reader, what are your dreams?
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