The two seem to go hand in hand, but what made me want to write, was that I wanted to make other people feel and experience the emotions I felt when reading a book. I wanted to make others laugh out loud, get warm and tingly, be inspired by the heroine and fall desperately in love with the hero.In this day and age, everyone has a need to escape the realities of life, and what better way to do that, than reading a book which takes you to another world.
It is so much fun to be able to write a novel with someone else, bouncing ideas off each other and creating personalities and characters. And it's even more fun when your co-author is your mum :) The difference in our ages and experiences with the paranormal genres made the concept of our book stronger. The bad vampire thought was something from her generation. She loves twilight as much as I do, but she is still adjusting to the concept of 'good' vampires, as she isn't used to it. Fright night, for example, is the kind of Vampire that my mother's generation grew up with, so it's quite a difference to go from Jerry, the evil vamp next to door to Edward Cullen, the 'vegetarian' vampire.
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