All silliness aside, writing Broken Crown, has been an interesting process for me. I'm naturally in real life a happy and funny person. No, no darlings I can tell what you're think...Susan writes singe your eyebrow angst and WTF just happened happily ever after....but no I'm a pretty happy girl. But I only let my happy usually show in the comments of Jackson Parker. My simple philosophies about life. But dang, Alan Manzone highjacked my happy personality and put it in his book. Oh well it's there. What can I do now.
For what's it worth, my editor claims this is her favorite book by me. First time I ever got a "great, great, great book, love the humor, love the ending, love, love, love" out of her. She's a little tough. She likes my books, but like a good editor she likes to slap me around a bit, then pat me on the bat, then slap me some more. But I didn't get slapped once writing this book. She likes my happy.
So as I start my week of NO WRITING, as ordered by my husband, I need to consider why it is I'm a happy and funny person, but it's very hard for me to let that show in my writing. I hope you all enjoy the new release. I think it's not what you're going to expect from me, darlings. But really, I love Alan, so I let him have his story his way. He deserved it.
As Ever I Wish You All Peace!