Social networking for romance readers
As writers we know how important it is to use the five senses - sight, smell, taste, touch and sound - to bring scenes and characters to life and immerse the reader in the story. The sense of smell is, I think, the most magical, powerful and nostalgic of all senses. A fleeting, ephemeral scent can help us travel back in time and bring people and emotions back to life - if only for a few seconds. It can make us smile or cry, it can be soothing or reopen old wounds. Fragrances can be like…
I've just posted a blog about writing two stories at the same time. Am I being unrealistic or is it at all possible? I would love to read about other writers' experiences, comments or suggestions.
What are your feelings about self-editing? Do you find it enjoyable, painful or a mix of both?
I would love to read your comments.
Hello and a belated Happy New Year to all (or Bonne Année as we say in France, where I come from!). Have you already broken all, or some, of your New Year's resolutions regarding your writing? Did you have any in the first place? I have blogged about mine on email@example.com.