1) Awesome Plotting Tips by Amparo over at the Operation Awesome blog
2) 1K a day writing challenge and chat room with Kristal
3) Monday, September 27th at 9 PM EST (TONIGHT!) WriteOnCon is back with a live event
|Book boyrfiend (from this website)|
Do you LOVE your book boys?
Is it a healthy love or a dark/twisted/obsessive/unrealistic love?
And what makes them so delicious?
Here are a few of mine:
Gilbert Blythe: sweet and ornery at the same time, but with a spunky pride and intelligence I can't help but admire. Competitive, but not once intimidated by his true love's genius.
Fitzwilliam Darcy: surprisingly shy for a rich guy, and every time he gets up the gumption to speak to the woman who gives him the butterflies, he sticks his foot in his mouth. But he'd travel a million miles in a night to right a wrong and protect innocent people.
Edward Cullen (my first impression of him, minus the literary backlash): an old soul before he became an old soul, eager to battle on the side of truth and justice, always protecting who and what he loves. Rises to a challenge, even where romance is concerned. Again, not intimidated by greatness in his female counterpart. Passionate, fierce, if a bit unforgiving.
Sirius Black (did I surprise you with this one? I was too old when I read Harry Potter to be crushing on little boys, but Sirius was a character I could fall in love with.): Fiercely protective of his family, a prankster in a former life, but older and wiser now. He was a safe bad boy to crush on at a time in my life when real bad boys could have been fatal (college).
Can you tell what kind of man I married?
Okay, that's enough confession from me. Your turn! Tell me, who do you love?