Can you guess which desk belongs to which author? Come on over to eHarlequin and give it a try: http://community.eharlequin.com/forums/cafe-social/whos-desk-belongs
My desk is on there, along with the desks of Kate Walker, Holly Jacobs, Carly Phillips and Maria V. Snyder — just to name a few.
There are prizes!
Also, I finally typed The End! Except it's not done yet, of course. 🙂 But I'm always happy when I write the story to the finish. Makes it easier to go back and see what I need to revise to keep the story arcing. So, today, I'll be doing a reread and hoping I didn't take a detour somewhere along the way.
But you know, for just a little bit there, I felt like Joan Wilder. I love that scene at the beginning of Romancing the Stone when she's crying and typing and then she can't find tissue. Love the celebration with the cat. I tried to find that clip on You Tube — but they don't have it. I think some techno geeky person needs to upload it! That is the best romance writer movie ever. 🙂
Oh, provided my editor lets me get away with it, there'll be another Italian hero in the next book I write. And while I have a heroine already, I don't have him. I know who he is, but I don't have a name. Suggestions?
Are you looking for names or scenarios? Looks? Celebrity look0alikes? 😉
Names; pics if you have a hottie in mind. 🙂
There is this really cool looking dude I saw in a Deseo, by Jennifer Lopez, ad. I don’t know his name. He’s the guy I told you would make a gorgeous Italian hunk. I’ve tried finding out who he is, but I’m stumped.
What’s the name of you current hero (so we don’t duplicate)?
Don’t worry about duplicating names, Kathy! I don’t want to say just yet, in case I have to change it for some reason. Once it’s accepted (please, please), I’ll let you know. 🙂
So fire away with the names if you have any. 🙂