Saturday, May 21, 2005
I didn't know Tess Gerritsen had a blog. Got a feather? You could knock me over with it. Her most recent post is a dazzler. She doesn't title them, so let's call it How to be Classy and Unapologetic about Writing Romance.
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Thanks for the link. Although I need another blog to read regularly, like I need another hole in my head. ;-)ReplyDelete
Ditto to Jaye's comment. I refrained (barely) from adding her to my list, but I know exactly what she means. I started reading romances when I was 10 or 11, getting them out of the library. I read and enjoyed James A. Mitchner's The Source, but it was heavy going at 13. I would read a chapter, read a romance, read a chapter, etc. However, it's only in recent years that I've gotten over the "illicit affair" mentality and started recommending romances to friends, admitting I read them to my parents, and stopped doing the old duck and cover when reading in public. Here's to coming out :).ReplyDelete
I've never been ashamed of reading romance novels. Of course, I don't let people give me crap about writing them either. (evil grin)ReplyDelete
Tess was also interviewed in the June issue of Romantic Times Book Club about writing thrillers.ReplyDelete