And she's fantastic at writing heroes who adore the heroines! Who wouldn't love that, right?
Well, pull up a chair and join Denise and The Alley Cats for some morning mocha and a chocolate
Who is a character you've enjoyed writing and why?
Seth Murphy from "A December Bride". This is a first-time-in-print e-novella that releases Nov. 26. It's a Chapel Springs novella following Layla from "Barefoot Summer".
I love Seth Murphy because he's completely (though secretly) smitten with Layla, and he's willing to patiently woo her. What's not to love about having a guy head over heels for you? A guy who's willing to wait however long it takes to win you? Deep down I think we all want to be loved like that. It was fun writing a hero who
Thanks, Denise. Creating characters, especially memorable heroes, is somewhat magical. Denise's are no exception.
I found this quote to go along with the thought.
“Stories have a power, a magic all their own. Consider the fact that the actions, thoughts and feelings of people who have no existence in reality can make you laugh, make you weep. That's the art and that's the magic.”
― Fledge Story Witch of the Ten Nations Fair Tailspin by Denise Rossetti
Do you have a character (or characters) you've created and someone felt the 'magic' of it? Or even better, have you noticed God's work in the creation of certain characters?