Well, this is a little embarrassing! Apparently our scheduled blogger for today forgot her post – sorry to leave everyone without their morning cup of romance!
Because I’m not prepared with a fascinating post of my own right now, let’s turn the blog over to you, our readers, for the day and ask this: What kinds of posts would you like to see us have here on InspyRomance? Do you have burning questions for any of our authors? General questions about how or why we do the things we do when we’re writing?
Leave us a comment and let us know!
(And while you’re there in the comments, let me know if you’d like a promo code for the audio version of Courage to Change – I’ll choose one or two lucky folks from the commenters to get one.)
I, for one, would love to know what readers want to read. It’s sometimes so hard to come up with a blog topic. Come on readers, what’s on your mind?
I think its interesting when you interview your characters – I will admit it made me buy a book. :) (which I guess was the point, *smile*) Also hearing about the authors lives and what they do when they are not writing. Love to hear about author’s research visits – which then puts that on my “places to see someday” list.
Ginger while your here anyway – do you have any new books coming? I read One Choice and found it fascinating and would love to read more of your work.
I’ve got a few in the works, but nothing definite. Thanks for the encouragement to get to it. :) Blessings, ~~G
Elizabeth Maddrey says
Awesome, Jen! Thanks!!
Andrea Cox says
I’ve enjoyed the articles y’all have written so far. Especially the ones that give kind of a behind the scenes look at your stories. What made you choose that character trait for your lead? How did you choose the pet gerbil’s name? Random yet all connected to the theme of romance because it’s in the stories y’all write. Also, I like hearing about the authors’ personal journeys and how writing has revealed things about your personal lives to you, and vice versa. Of course the updates on weddings and babies and all things real-life romance are plenty welcome too.