I'm starting a new book. It requires a lot of thinking... A lot of staring at out the window. A lot of noodling.
Let's see, what is this book about? What story question can I ask? What is the journey of my protagonists.
This will be my second book in the Royal Wedding Novels. The first "Once Upon A Prince," releases next April from Zondervan.
I'm tentatively calling this story "An Uncommon Princess" because she is just that, "uncommon."
The Lord is dropping these salvation and bridal themes in my stories lately.
I love grasping and molding a high level spiritual theme because it gives me understanding into the journey of the characters.
But yea, midway through writing, in the throws of deadline and mucking through the middle, don't be surprised to hear a heavy "Sigh" or two coming from my direction.
Hey, random questions: "What do you think is the best way for an author to get her book to the readers?"
"How can she best interact with old and new readers?"
"What makes you a forever fan of an author?"
Thank you for responding.
Now, back to me... LOL.
Back in the '90s when we sang that song, "It's all about You, Jesus..." I used to tease the teens and sing, "It's all about me..."
Sure the metaphor was lost on them but I had fun anyway. Got to be kind of my signature song for awhile. Ha!
Praise the Lord it's NOT all about me. What a drag that would be.
Well, I'll make this a short post. Have a great weekend.