This week I am in Dallas at the Romantic Times Booklovers Convention. It is a giant conference for readers who love romance. I’ve never attended before, but I’m excited about the chance to participate. There are several other inspirational romance authors who will be there, and we are planning to host several workshops including an author panel, a fun reader Pictionary event called Saddle Up and Draw, and a chocolate party hosted by my publisher.
Since I am out of pocket today, I won’t be available to respond to comments, but I have a great incentive for you to leave one anyway. I’ll be giving away two contemporary western romances by the fabulous Robin Lee Hatcher to one commenter. Winner will be chosen on Sunday. (US addresses only)
So for your chance to win, and since I’m at a booklover’s convention, tell me what your favorite type of romance storyline is.
Some examples could be:
- Mail-order bride/marriage of convenience
- Reformed rake/outlaw
- Beauty and the beast – wounded hero
- Cinderella story – downtrodden heroine rises above circumstances
- Governess/widower needs woman to care for children
- Love triangle
- Friends to lovers
- Enemies/rivals to lovers
- Fish out of water
- Forbidden love
- Opposites attract
- Ugly duckling
- Unrequited Love
- Stranded together
- Damsel in distress
- Disguise – heroine dressed as a boy
I’m sure there are many more, and if you’re like me, you probably have many favorites on the list. All I need is one to enter you in the drawing.