I didn’t realize what I was in for when I became an author not so many years ago. I write Science-Fiction/Fantasy, and Action Adventure.
It still amazes me that completing a novel, then moving to the next, time and time again, never loses its sense of exhilaration.
Creating new worlds, and the creatures within the genre I write, leads to many interesting characters, human and otherwise.
Along with the bipeds, come a multitude of caustic critters just right for killing, all wrapped up in unique surroundings.
Writing can invoke passionate feelings within readers, even though the characters only exist as a concept in the recesses of someone’s mind.
Funny, this item, known as a book, that we delve into so deeply, causes readers to lose sleep in order to absorb one more chapter.
If you begin to nod at work maybe you should not have continued to read extra chapters. I don’t believe any of the characters in your present night-time read will come to your aid as you fight off sleep during the day.
I appreciate you taking time to read this post. Have a great week, and God bless.
All my years of writing have consisted of science fiction/fantasy, action/adventure, and the like. I can’t help but think what would transpire if I made an attempt at romance. I believe it would go something like this:
“Darling, how I love you. I’m sure you love me also, just like you said you loved me.
Press your lips against mine and kiss me. Take me in your arms and hold me, hold me, hold me, kiss me again, never let me go!
This is the truest love I’ve ever known. I’ve never known a love that could be so full of love. I love you so much the sea couldn’t hold my love for you. Kiss me again on the other cheek you fool, for I dare not kiss you on the mouth again, hence that would not be proper.
I must leave but I shall return. Until then my love, remember I love you, I love you, oh how I love you so.
As I contemplate these words I have written, I decide it would be best if I discontinue my romance writing and I’m sure you would agree, cause writing this mush, ain’t me!