by Louise Forster
I love writing romance because it can take me—and a reader—anywhere, in any genre, and in all kinds of weather. I find it exciting to utilize country towns I’ve visited, with loveable characters that I’ve talked to; towns such as Mudgee, Glenn Ines and Armidale.
People in country towns have a unique dry, Aussie humour, which is a great tool to bring depth to characters. I live in a small town; it has one pub, one general store, a post office and various businesses, including a vet. The same vet performed surgery on our desperately ill dog, and he allowed us into theatre as his mate and fellow vet recited bush poetry.
For my next book, Tumble Creek (due for release on April 25, ANZAC day), I needed specifics on breaking and entering. Yep, the heroine has decided to deal with a certain problem herself. She’s up…
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