Next up on the trope hit list: Forced Proximity. Although I love this trope—and its cousins, fake relationship and marriage of convenience—I don’t really like the name. Stuck Together sounds better, whether the situation is forced or not, and I do love writing couples who are stuck together—just ask Marc and Henry!
I didn’t even know Hurt/Comfort was a trope until I started writing romance. Actually, I was writing my fifth book before I discovered that two of my previous titles included hurt/comfort situations. In retrospect, it should have been obvious. I had one character in hospital and the other character comforting them. I had not realizedContinue reading “By the Tropes: Hurt/Comfort”
And I have four copies to give away! Before I get to the fun stuff, though, I’m going to talk a little bit about the book. To See the Sun started as an experiment. I love the simplicity of trope-driven romance–of having an idea of how a story will end (in a happily ever after,Continue reading “To See the Sun is now available in audio!”
Gael, Aavi, and Bram enjoying an Alkirak sunrise. Artist: SelkieMarie Normally, in the lead up to release day, I pretty much want to pack my bags and run away. I make plans to ignore the internet and tell myself I don’t care what people think of my book. To See the Sun is different. I’veContinue reading “It’s Release Day for To See the Sun!”
To See the Sun releases in just six weeks! I’m terrifically excited about this book and can’t wait to share it with the world. ARCs have been out there for a while now and the first handful of reviews have been overwhelmingly positive, including one from Kazza K at On Top Down Under, which kind ofContinue reading “Six Weeks to Go”