Romance Writers Weekly


Hey, there. Happy Tuesday! Thanks so much for joining us. We really appreciate you!

Here is this week’s challenge:

What is your favorite kind of weather? Does it inspire your writing?

The perfect day is 78 degrees and sunny, with a light breeze. Luckily, I live in Florida, so this kind of day comes more often than in most other places. When I open the window, the wind carries the scent of new-mown grass and flowers and, since I live away from a major city, a minimum of pollution. Yep – perfect.

Does it inspire my writing? Maybe. It makes me feel good, positive, and that is always a plus in any endeavor.

The good news about rainy days is they don’t make me feel as if I am missing something outside.

Truth be told, all my inspiration comes from within. Once I start writing a story, it doesn’t really matter what’s going on around me or outside. My office has a window and it’s nice to be able to look out and see sunshine, but it doesn’t make any difference, because when I am writing, it takes all of my focus. Time flies as I imagine exotic places and wonderful, multi-faceted characters.

It’s sunny today and a little too cold to be perfect, but I don’t care. I’m about to go back to 1562 Scotland and there’s definitely about to be some crisis that needs resolving.


Now let’s hop over to the fantastic and talented Brenda Margriet and find out out the weather influences her. But first…

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