|Upcoming Regency Short|
I've always written contemporary romance but last year I wrote a short Regency and I just loved this writing. I enjoyed using different language, researching the Regency period and writing about people whose daily lives were vastly different than ours. I liked transporting myself back to households without television, computers, radios and all those machines that make a constant hum in the background of 21st-century living.
Writing a full-length Regency Romance
My Regency short romance hasn't yet been released but I do have a cover which I also totally love and I've included it with this post. My publishers are The Wild Rose Press who are presently celebrating their fifth anniversary.
I always have several writing projects 'on the go' but at the moment I'm deeply into another Regency. It began as a novella but Portia, Captain Maynard, Daphne, Freddy and Annabella have totally captured my attention and their story needs to be more involved than I could accomplish with a novella.
What do you love? Contemporary Romance? Regency Romance?
Last year my debut novel, a contemporary romance, 'Kincaid's Call' was published as an -ebook and I have another contemporary underway. All this writing and thinking about writing has made me wonder about what readers think about romance.
Spicy Romance? Sweet Romance? Erotica?
What do you love to read? How spicy do you like your romance reading to be? I'd love it if you'd comment and/or participate in the polls to the right. Thanks so much. Happy reading!