Last Blog Tour Stop at
Bethany A. Jennings, at The Simmering Mind, is one of my very best friends. We’ve known each other for 6 1/2 years, and have been super close for most of those, but are finally getting the chance to meet in person. My toddlers and I flew out to spend a week with her toddlers, her husband, and her. She has spoiled us with delicious food, great conversation, and fun friends for my girls. We are so thankful to be able to be here!
She asked for my thoughts on romance tropes in fiction, and how to fix what’s broken. It was a fun write-up! Remember, subscribe to The Simmering Mind, and let me know you did, in order to be entered into the drawing for a free paperback copy of The Hotline Girl.
Also, ONE WEEK LEFT until The Hotline Girl is released! Come to my party on Saturday, May 2nd, to celebrate it with me and earn prizes!
To see an excerpt:
1. Men are not women.
This might be the biggest “Duh!” moment in this entire post, but, as much as we might laugh, in modern fiction, men are portrayed as women with muscles. They emote, they share, they shop, they cuddle, they adore, and they abstain.
Now, I’m not saying that a good, godly husband won’t do all of these things every so often. But – let’s face it – these monster-type, beefy, serial killer men… [Read more here]