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My secret dream was to write a romance - a good romance, a great romance. When I think of the years I secretly wrote little romance stories and hoarded them in boxes and fiddled around with them, I could weep. I couldn't stop making up stories and tales and fantasies. And that is what a writer does. You can't stop writing. And I think that's the key point.
Three years ago I had a mastectomy. Sounds horrible. And it was. BUT I lost the fear of failure and went for it and wrote from the heart, dug down deep and, thank you God, connected with readers.
I doubt I'll ever reach dizzy heights, but that's okay because readers got the stories.
Readers will get you, too. So, just keep on going. Take a breath and write what you want to read and cannot find.
And one by one your readers will find you. Do not hold back Forget what editors and publishers ever told you and follow your heart.
This whole business is so overwhelming, but at the end of the day, readers want more stories that they love.
is the author of three completed contemporary romances due out this year. Reckless Nights in
A Stormy Spring. Run Rosie Run is due out before the end of 2012.
She released a vampire romance novella Big Trouble in Rome in
September 2012 the first of three in a series. Capturing China Coco’s Heart another contemporary romance is out in
A born storyteller, she creates a fast paced blend of humour, poignancy and a deep sensual warmth that speaks directly to her readers. The eldest of two children, Christine lives in
. She has two
daughters and one son. South Cheshire, United Kingdom
You can visit Christine website:
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