Date: 9th January 2020, Posted by mollie
Over the past few weeks, I have been thinking over the years left behind and the ones to unfold. I have plans to increase my exposure and get more people reading my books. And I also want to take you behind the scenes, revealing my process and how I work, my inspiration and more about my background.
So, as well as sending out my newsletters which will tell of new release updates, I am going to start sharing more on my blog and my Youtube Channel.
What will be I be sharing?
I thought I’d begin by sharing the inspiration and research for my Valentine’s Day new release, Sex With Strangers.
This story began many moons ago at a romance writer’s retreat, facilitated by Mills and Boon authors Robyn Donald and Daphne Clair. The feedback from these wonderful passionate and experienced writers, and others on the writer’s retreat, was so encouraging
“I love it!”
“We thoroughly enjoyed it”
“You’ve got the beginnings of a really good, hip, fun book”
“The chapter heads are just lovely”
“It was a riot. I thoroughly enjoyed it. Great fun!”
“I can see the movie now.”
“When are you going to finish it?”
I decided it was time for it to air!
Many of the events are inspired by true stories—both my and others’ experiences. I’ve encountered so many people over the years who are looking for love again, and just don’t know how or where to start.
I hope you giggle and laugh from deep in your belly as you read this story. Like I did, remembering and rewriting some of these scenes (and flashing back to events that were true.)
And my hero Fergus O’Farrell? A few people told me that you can’t have an Irish hero that wears green pants and is called Fergus. The Fergus I met once, told me a different story.
He was so hunky, he could wear anything—or nothing at all! Think Jamie Dornan (better known as Christian Grey), Colin Farrell, and Pierce Bronsan (the only ever Irish James Bond), the alpha Irish sexy men who rock our world.
Talented, hot-looking and super sexy.
I hope you enjoyed this wee insight into the inspiration behind this book.
Here are some other ways to stay in touch:
1. Follow me on BookBub, – https://www.bookbub.com/authors/mollie-mathews
2. Stay in touch on Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/molliemathewsnz
3. Follow me on Twitter – https://twitter.com/Molliemathewsnz
5. Follow my blog – https://molliemathews.wordpress.com
6. Watch me on Youtube – MolliemathewsYouTube