Seventy-five Days of Phobias Day 32: Louise Forster Cracks

Sandra Antonelli

Driving_Final[3] 12.45.14 pmTo celebrate the upcoming release of my third novel, Driving in Neutral—a love story about claustrophobia—I am running the 75 Days of Phobia series. Yes, I know seventy-fives days, that’s a lot.

A hell of a lot.

But you know what? As Olivia, the heroine in Driving in Neutral says to Maxwell the claustrophobe, “Everyone’s afraid of something.” I’m not going to run out of phobias any time soon.

Just ask author Louise Forster. She really likes to keep her ‘sunny side up…’

Okay, this not so much a phobia more a cringe.
As long as I can remember, I’ve had a LousieFgut-churning aversion to that white, sometimes stringy, globby thing attached to an egg yolk.
Often there’s two of them, (double the cringe) one on each side, clearly visible lying there in the fry pan or bowl.
The glob has to go.eggOvophobia. It means I’m not…

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Inspiration Behind the Story: Robyn Rychards

The Escapades

She may not need a knight in shining armour to save her, but that doesn’t mean she’s going to look a gift knight in the visor…

20378I love reading romance, whether contemporary or historical, and if I can have it with suspense and intrigue, all the better. My number one fave for years has been the Harlequin Cherish/Romance line and my dream has long been to write for that line. When I read Melissa James’ The Sheikh’s Destiny, Her Knight in Shining Armour flickered to life. It had the suspense/adventure aspect that I longed for and was from my favourite line. Then my basic writing motivator switched on. Since a Harlequin Romance with suspense was hard to come by, I’ll write one. I have always wanted suspense in the Romance line and thanks to Melissa, I knew it was doable.

Enter my first hurdle. Did I have the writing…

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