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You encourage reciprocity with your readers. What is the importance of this relationship – and how has social networking/technology influenced communication?
"How social networking and technology have influenced communication as a whole is a question way above my pay grade. But, just from my experience, I can tell you that readers today really do want to have a connection to their favorite authors. They are genuinely curious about the process of writing. Sometimes I wonder why; trust me, there is NOTHING as dull as watching a writer write. We just sit there and type all day!
And here's our final question, just for fun! Aunt Velvet makes much of the Tudmore family’s “Fatal Flaw,” a tendency for the women of the line to lose their normally solid good sense in the presence of a certain sort of man. For good or bad, Mary Dell and Lydia Dale fell hard for handsome cowboys. Just for fun: What kind of man makes you go weak in the knees? A cowboy? A fireman? A man in uniform? A man who knows how to fix your car? Your computer? Your dinner?
Inquiring minds want to know! By commenting, you are entering your name in a giveaway of a fabulous prize pack containing Wedding Ring, Endless Chain, Lover’s Knot (first three books of the Shenandoah Album Series) and Mountain Away, all by Emilie Richards - courtesy of Harlequin! Winner will be announced September 1.
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