I’ve mentioned before that I have a Keeper Shelf on my iPad of the books I read over-and-over again to help me hone my writing skills. That shelf is totally dominated by Roberta Gellis. Nobody could weave a tale like this woman. Those of you who compliment my character building skills should know I owe a tremendous debt to Roberta Gellis. She was my mentor. Everything I know about character building and story telling came from her.
This would be a great time to pick up the first books in the Christmas at the Meadowlark series before the last two drop in July. Or, if you haven’t read Rumors of Wars yet, remember Acts of Wars, the next book in the series will be out soon.
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Squee! Check out the review of Dealer’s Choice over at Monlatable Reviews.
…but this picture inspired the entire Christmas at the Meadowlark series. I knew I wanted to do a series about foster children, and that vague notion hung around in the back of my head for years until I saw this picture of Lee Byung Hun. Immediately I knew that he was Butch, MIA love of Sugar Baby’s life. Lisa and I started brainstorming and the story came together rapidly after that.
It’s funny how these things sometimes happen. It can be a photo, visiting somewhere or even a meal and you just know you’ve got to write a story. It’s one of the most amazing (and sometimes annoying) aspects of being a writer.
Read Oh What a Christmas to find out! (Here’s a hint, he’s not putting on his Superman cape, that’s for sure!)