I’m Jill Jaynes, come with me and lose yourself in stories of romance with a touch of magic. Anything can happen there—because true love is the most powerful magic of all.
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So, I’d decided to use a Live Action Role Play (LARP) event as a central part of the plot for my romance novella, Knightless in Seattle. I had an idea, but I wanted to get it right and not make anyone want to throw my book against the wall because I hadn’t bothered to get
When I started writing Knightless in Seattle, I wanted my character to meet a Knight in Shining Armor in present-day Seattle. I didn’t have far to look for how that could actually happen. I have a daughter who regularly participates in LARP- Live Action Role Play (more about that in future posts). Among the people
Who are these Romance Writers you speak of? I think that there is a cultural stereotype of romance writers. I am going to take a politically incorrect stab at it, and say it goes something like this: The average romance writer is a lonely woman, probably not terribly young or attractive or even particularly intelligent