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Do you like to read romance novels? Wouldn’t you like to know more about your favorite authors? Well you came to the right place! Join the writers of Romance Weekly as we go behind the scenes of our books and tell all….. About our writing of course! Every week we’ll answer questions and after you’ve enjoyed the blog on this site we’ll direct you to another. So come back often for a thrilling ride! Tell your friends and feel free to ask us questions in the comment box.’

This week’s challenge comes from the very talented A.S. Fenichel:

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Which person living, dead, a relative or a stranger has had the biggest influence on your life/writing career? Tell us what he/she was like or how they shaped you.

Only one person? That’s hard to answer. I think every person in my life, whether dearest or casual, has left some sort of mark. The old cliché “you are the sum of your experiences” must have an addendum: “you are also the sum of all the people you come in contact with”.

If I have to pick one (which obviously I do), I choose Hans Christian Andersen. That may sound strange, but let me elaborate. My childhood and on into my teen years was not exactly a happy time. No need for specifics, since those “experiences” and “people” made me who I am. And I am happy with the person I’ve become. But it was Andersen’s Fairy Tales that got me through the toughest times. I read them over and over again. The belief in the ‘happily ever after’ and no matter how bleak it seems at first, there is always a rainbow. I fiercely held on to that as my mantra:  HEA. And you know what?  It worked! I now have a wonderful husband, a fabulous career and a happy life. So who says fairy tales don’t come true.

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Let’s see who the fabulous Victoria Barbour has chosen.

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http://victoriabarbour.com/blog

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2 thoughts on “Romance Weekly

  1. You reminded me of the Childcraft book of short stories and poems I nearly wore during lonely hours when I as a kid. I loved the poems by Robert Louis Stevenson.

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