I love this time of year. I live on the west coast, and not only is there no snow, all my spring flowers are coming out, and the daffodils are everywhere. In fact, last year I planted daffodil bulbs in my flower garden, and I was very excited to see them come up. Except, I’d forgotten exactly what I’d planted. They are a type I’ve never seen before and it caught me off guard.
Back to spring. I love Spring. Oops, I might have already said that. I am going to go off the topic of love and romance, and ask everyone about… daffodils! If you like daffodils, say so. and tell everyone which is your favorite variety.
What do daffodils have to do with romance? Well, I have connected the two, in a very unconvential way. In the book I’m currently working on, there is a Daffodil, but… it’s not a flower. Daffodil is… Okay, I’m not telling. For those of you who have read any of my past books, I often add strange little details, often for pets. If you have have read my last book The Path To Piney Meadows, you will know what unique pets the hero of the story owned.
My current book, which actually is coming out for Christmas 2014, also has a hero with a unique pet. Named Daffodil. It’s a fitting name, at least I think so.
Tell me, what kind of animal is Daffodil?