Tracy here. I have to be completely honest with you, I have no idea what to talk about. I'm sitting here wracking my brain trying to figure out some great quirky and funny thing to post and yeah, it's like the desert up in my brain. Sand blowing around, not a thought in sight. Sad really when you think about it.
Then...inspiration. Ok, maybe not inspiration exactly but a thought (thank heavens, I thought those went the way of the yeti) . I was looking at my "read" list over at Goodreads and thinking to myself - why don't I read more historical romances? I really love them. I have a ton of them on my shelves waiting to be read. On the whole though I really read more contemporary romances than anything else between the m/f and the m/m that I read. Why is that? I know I don't like reading too many historicals all in a row because they kind of lose their charm and if I read more than 2 in a row then they all start to sound the same. I KNOW they're not the same but they kind of....blend.
I don't think this applies as much to contemporary romances and I can't quite figure out why. When I think about it there are a gajillion situations that can be written about historically as well as in contemporary times - so why wouldn't I think that the contemporary romances blend?
Yes, as a matter of fact I am asking you to pick my brain. Do a good job and don't hurt me while you're at it.
That is all. I'm tapped out.