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!
The sweet Jami Denise is the author of this week’s questions:
1.When writing your novel, do you know how it’s going to end before you write, or do you write from start to finish?
I always know where I am going when starting a new project. The end is always my favorite part – when love finally conquers all. The middle is what constantly changes for me. My beginning and end usually stay consistent from the start.
2. How do the people you know impact your writing? Are you influenced by friends and family for your characters?
Sometimes little parts of people make their way into my stories. I have a friend who is kind of a health nut and loves to eat …KALE. Kale makes me want to throw up but she is determined to get me to try it. I took her health food habits and gave them to one of the sisters in my new Chicago Sisters series coming out in September. Lucy is a fanatic and loves to pass on her healthy habits to everyone around her. Her sisters, on the other hand, still love to munch on the occasional Cheeto.
3. Describe the hero in your current WIP in three words.
This is hard! Charlie Fletcher is my current WIP hero for the second book in the Chicago Sisters series. Charlie could be described as big-hearted, good-humored, and optimistic. I kind of love Charlie. So. Yeah.
There you have it! Check out what J.J. Devine had to say about this over at her blog. Thanks so much for stopping by!!
5 thoughts on “Two weeks in a row! Romance Weekly #lovechatwrite”
Kale chips = yum! But unless you like spinach or arugula (rocket) – don’t even think about kale!
I’m with you – I hate kale. Can’t even stand to have the littlest smudge of it in a smoothie or salad. But it’s good that you can give that to a character. Let them eat it, right?
I am getting the feeling we plotters are the minority
It’s like pulling a rubber band tight at each end and then watching the middle vibrate and change until it finally settles. I only wish writing were as fast as the rubber band. 😉 And Kale. LOL. And Charlie looks fun! I can’t wait to meet this guy.
Charlie sounds like a guy I could fall in love with too 😀