Chase Brothers: Chased
5,000 / 60,000
Looking good! It’s always an odd transition to move from one book to the next but easier for me if I switch genres because there’s nothing from the old manuscript to hang on to. I went from a paranormal action romance to contemporary romance so the transition from Threat of Darkness to Chased was pretty easy.
I think I’m going to miss the Chase family when I’m done with this series though. I wrote a scene last night at Polly and Edward’s house and realized I just adore Polly Chase. I hope I do her sons justice.
I’m guest blogging over at May’s on the 17th! I think I know what I’m going to write about and I’ll finish it up today or tomorrow.
It was a productive weekend. Finished one book, started a new one, hung out with my family, got some great pictures of my kids. I love candid shots, so much more than posed ones. It’s funny how that is. I love to see them active and living their lives in pictures. We rarely have the time to get to a photo studio and it’s nearly impossible to get them clean all at once and to sit still long enough but when I look at all my favorites of them growing up, it’s the first birthday cake face or the running in the back yard through the slip and slide that I always smile when I see.
I think I like my romance like that too. I want my characters to be real and living life (both those I write and those I read) I don’t want perfection because perfection isn’t real.