By Kenzie Macallan
As a writer you hope to be able to give your reader an escape from their lives through intrigue, suspense, and of course romance by drawing pictures with words. Surprisingly, I didn’t think I would enjoy the editing process as much as I do. But it’s like giving your painting fresher color each time you review it and add to it. Being a romance writer is a complex and deep process of really knowing your characters and being able to translate that into words.
When the three sisters, Mara, Leigha, and Raquelle, popped into my head, they each had very distinct personalities that I had to listen to and sometimes just listening can have great benefits. They have three very different stories that make up who they are, how they act and react and where they are going. Each one has lessons to learn about themselves and other people. The male figure in their lives is almost non-existent, adding to their confusion about men and the choices they make when it comes to picking a mate.
I truly believe that love and faith can help heal all wounds. A person has to be able to self-reflect, be open and do the work necessary to be healthy. I wanted to write about that healing process and how people can change our lives for the better if we allow it to happen.
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