Sunday, February 13, 2011
Last Saturday, I spent the better part of the afternoon researching my hero's history in late 18th century England. This was nothing new since I'd already written a little of his history in this time in the first book, but I had a great time doing the research and the chapter flowed beautifully onto the paper. (Yes, I am one of those people who write things about and then type them. It's something about the feel of the pen and paper.)
Since then, ideas have been percolating in my mind about a single title historical. I'm not sure it would be a Regency, although the romance readers of the world love that type of romance novel. But ideas are there, so I won't be surprised if one day things begin to flow. Now it's just a matter of when.
And on another front, the story I mentioned a few posts ago that I'd been mapping out has begun to take shape. It involves Greek mythology in the form of Ares and Aphrodite, but it will be set in modern times. I'm leaning toward it not being romance, but I'm still in the first chapter, so who knows where this one will lead.