Writing the Moment by Susan Hanniford Crowley

I’m very excited I’m writing the most crucial scene in my next novel.  I was stuck for a

"Eiffelturm" by Benutzer:BigBartimäus - Self-photographed. Licensed under Public Domain via Wikimedia Commons

“Eiffelturm” by Benutzer:BigBartimäus – Self-photographed. Licensed under Public Domain via Wikimedia Commons

while and went back in and edited up to the point. Still stuck, I did massive research on the history that affects the moment. I studied maps and researched everything possible that affects my hero and heroine during that critical scene.  Then POW!  It flowed so fast and so perfectly, I cried.

I get scared for my characters sometimes that their dreams aren’t going to come true. My romances are bigger than the couple, especially this one. It impacts their families and friends. It expands on the first book in the series and goes further becoming part of the family saga. What would you do for love? How far would you go?  What if you had to trust someone you had no reason to trust?

This book is all about Vampire King of New York Max Vander Meer’s daughter Noblesse. Everyone gets to see a more personal side to her than just her father’s right hand in business or his body guard on the street. The always prim and proper and business first Noblesse lets her hair down. The story is more than looking for true love, it spans where she came from, what influences her, and what she’s afraid of.  The moment reveals everything she has searched for.  In the moment, everything can be lost or won, and winning makes you numb.

I’m not going to say more. I’m very excited for Noblesse’s book.

How does it make you feel when you read the moment in a book?  Terrified?  Ecstatic? Exhausted? Relieved? Scared of what possibly could be next?

-Susan

Susan Hanniford Crowley, Amazon Kindle Bestselling Author of Vampire Romance
www.susanhannifordcrowley.com
Where love burns eternal and whispers in the dark!
Vampire King of New York available at Amazon Kindle and print, Barnes and Noble Nook and print and in Kobo
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About Susan Hanniford Crowley

Paranormal Romance, Fantasy, and Science Fiction Author
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