So you'd think after banishing an immortal being and a fallen High Priestess, saving Stark's life, biting Heath, getting a headache from Erik. Compre Tempted: A House of Night Novel (English Edition) de P. C. Cast, Kristin Cast na tvnovellas.info Confira também os eBooks mais vendidos. So you'd think after banishing an immortal being and a fallen High Priestess, saving Stark's life, biting Heath, getting a headache from Erik, and almost dying.
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Book 8. Book 9. Book I am British by upbringing. This is a huge advantage to a writer of historical fiction set in Britain. I have an intuitive feel for what people would do under certain circumstances or feel about various issues, and how they would speak. I spend a month there each year to soak up atmosphere. Level with us—how easy or difficult is it to write a love scene?
I think of them as love stories. They are emotional experiences, bringing together as they do two people who are quite separate entities to the point at which they commit their lives to each other in a deep love relationship. Sex is a crucial aspect of such a relationship, and so it is important to me not to leave the reader outside the bedroom door, so to speak, and thus remind her that she is not one of these characters but a reader holding a book. I love writing love scenes. I look forward to them.
I never write them for titillation purposes. My love scenes are an integral part of the love story, the moments at which the passion of the growing relationship is at its most intense—either negatively or positively, showing what is wrong with the relationship or what is right. Love scenes are as much as emotional experience as a physical—perhaps more so.
Has this changed over the years? I think there are a wide variety of tastes out there. Books have clearly become more graphic over the years. I do not know which type of book is the most popular.
A survey of readers would have to be taken to get that answer. Very few of my readers have ever objected to the explicit nature of my love scenes—even when I was writing traditional Regencies.
And no reader has ever asked for more sex in my books. So I suppose for my own readers the balance is just right.
In the publishing business, do you feel there is a stigma attached to romance novels and, by extension, romance authors? Are the subgenres that are being used to define novels today—romantic suspense, historical romance, romantic mystery—an attempt to eliminate any stigma attached to the romance genre?
In the publishing business itself? If there is, I have not felt it. I have always been in the romance program with editors of romance. The fellow-authors I tend to meet are romance authors.
So I suppose I would not know what the overall house attitude is. My answer is always that romance and happy marital love are as real as all the horror stories we watch on the news each evening. It is just that the emphasis, the perspective is different. And I far prefer my perspective! What are some things that you think could help increase awareness and sales of romance books? The sleazy covers that used to adorn our books so that male downloaders would choose the books to go into their stores are gradually becoming a thing of the past.
They almost never gave an accurate idea of the book within the covers. I wept over some of mine! Most romances now look like real books.
What do you love about your fans? Tell us about a memorable encounter with one of your readers while on tour, or via your website or email. It would be strange indeed, I suppose, if I did not love them because they love my books!
But in particular I love the way many readers become so immersed in the books that they treat the characters as if they are real people—and they discuss them as such in groups, sometimes quite heatedly.
They hate to let the characters go at the end of a book—and even more so at the end of a series. If a book is part of a series, they speculate on what will happen in the future books.
Many of them will beg for stories for some minor character they enjoyed. Many go out looking for my backlist, which is horribly out of print. Perhaps my most memorable encounter with a reader happened at a large convention. When she saw the name on my name tag, she threw both hands in the air, went down on both knees, and declared herself to be my number one fan. What was memorable about it was that she is a New York Times bestselling author—and at the time I was still writing the small Signet Regencies!