If I Could Invite My Characters Out . . .

I’ve always said that the best part of writing has been meeting so many amazing Indie authors.  I’ve become fans of super talented writers with a unique voice and enduring characters.  So, I thought it would be fun to ask some of my favorite chick-lit/romance authors to complete the following sentence:

If I could invite my characters out for a night on the town . . . .

I’m happy to announce that several of them have graciously agreed to the challenge.  So, for the next few days starting tomorrow, I will be posting their responses.

I hope you enjoy it as much as I will!  I can’t wait to hear what they have to say about characters I’ve gotten to know and love through their books!

So without further delay, let the fun begin.

Erin

 

5 thoughts on “If I Could Invite My Characters Out . . .

    • Yeah, she’s great. You all need to write faster. I’m stuck reading books by Susan Mallery.

      Don’t get me wrong. She’s a good author but tends to use what I call “the cookie cutter technique”. Same plot with slight variations and different characters. The first 6 – 7 books or so it’s not too bad but by the 12th it’s getting old.

      Sent from my iPhone 6

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