Sara of Fresh Fiction fame thinks I can write a column while I on the other hand am not as certain, but decided that if she was going to be encouraging then I should give it my best shot by helping with the Fresh Fiction blog.
Friday, August 15, 2008 I met a couple of friends for a lovely and lively dinner, and then on to a book signing for a debut author [Christine Son] who also happens to be local to our area. Is there really anything better than meeting friends for a dinner and books without the husband, significant other, and or children?
I for one think not. Yes, the main purpose is to discuss books, but if the group of friends is close doesn’t the discussion naturally go from the romance found in books to the romance found in your real life?
Does that not then have you wondering are you married to a hero worthy of a romance novel? I know that physically I may not be married to a typical hero, but he’s there for me emotionally and financially. He’s a great dad, but more importantly he doesn’t mind my obsession with novels of any sort, but romance books in particular.
So I’ve shared a bit about my hero and now I want to know what makes the hero in your life worthy of the title of hero. Did you know the moment you met that he was a hero worthy of your love, or did he have to prove himself worthy?
If you have trouble sharing just pretend that we are sitting around the table enjoying a nice meal, and sharing thoughts.