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I just purchased a copy of “Suspicious Circumstances” and plan to read it tonight. I purchased it partly because you live in Georgia, as do I. I would like to know if you or any other Intrigue authors use Georgia as a setting for your stories. I have never read an Intrigue set in GA.
A little about myself. I began reading romance novels when I was in grade school because my mother read them and I could read them for free, and not have to spend my allowance on them. I kind of became addicted to them. I am now a retired truck driver with too much time on my hands. I would love to write Harlequin Intrigues and other mystery romances. I have read many books on the art of writing and plotting, but I haven’t found a plotting method that actually fits a Harlequin Intrigue. So, I would like to know how do you plot your Harlequin Intrigues. Have you heard of a book by Jessica Brody entitle “Save The Cat Writes a Novel?” I love this book, but none of the plots seem to fit a Harlequin Intrigue. Intrigues are just too short. Anyway, I know you must get tons of emails and letters from fans, So I will end this now and not take up any more of your time. If you have the time, I would love an answer. I look forward to checking out some more of your books. BT