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Rowan chuckled to himself and finished off his bowl of beef and cabbage. He picked up a corn muffin, took a bite, and laughed again.
“You’re staring at her… Again.”
“No, I wasn’t,” Reeve said, averting his eyes. “I was just… How can you not stare at her? She’s a fairy! Just look at her!”
“I have looked at her.” I’ve seen more of her than you can imagine. Twice.
“I’m not crazy. And I’m not the only one who’s looking at her.”
Reeve wasn’t wrong. Any time Rhea came to the hall for a meal, both men and women would stop and stare at her. Seeing a fairy was a rare occurrence in the realm. And everyone was curious about her. But Rowan had a sneaking suspicion that Reeve was more than curious.
“I can introduce you to her,” he said, taking another bite.
The look on Reeve’s face was hilarious. He looked terrified and ready to hurl.
Rowan laughed. "Never mind.”
Five Things I Love About Writing the Everealm Series
By: J.D. Wright
5. Romance! Each couple is different, which makes it so much fun to write about them. Dagan and Sidonie are more sensual of a couple, whereas Bree and Rowan are more of a childhood-friend-turned-lover romance. In Wildfire, we see a couple come together (in a surprising way!) in which both are true romantics (Awww…). I am thrilled to get to bring so many different people together in so many exciting ways!
4. Character Variety! I mean, come on! Queens, wizards, sorceresses, spies, faeries, princes, knights, and so many more. There are truly sadistic characters and then there are romantic characters. Some cause trouble with no sympathy for others and some are trying to atone for their mistakes. The variety of people running around in my head just amazes (and terrifies!) me.
3. Magic! Who wouldn’t want the ability to freeze someone in mid-air? Make a ball of fire just by imagining it? Or even simple things like changing the color of your hair or clothing whenever you felt like it? I try to balance out the magic and romance so that neither is more important than the other, which isn’t easy. The magic does become more prominent as the series goes on because a lot of problems that our characters face are because of or created by magic. For magical terminology, I draw a lot of inspiration from Latin words. For example: “disseptum” is a Latin word for barrier, etc. I have a lot of fun inventing magical phrases!
2. Clothing! Medieval clothing is so amazing! Am I right? And since my series is fantasy and not historical romance, I get to play around with the clothing. Take the Sabra attire, for example. Their leather and furs are a complete opposite from the royal gowns. It’s great to have the freedom to play with costuming. I even have a board on Pinterest where I pin awesome inspiration clothing, occasionally.
1. CASTLES, CASTLES, CASTLES! There is a reason why so many authors set their stories in the medieval-ish time period or with an Arthurian theme. There is something magical about knights in shining armor on their noble steeds, chivalry and majestic kingdoms. It really is a fantastic backdrop for a fantasy romance series. Toss in a little wizardry, a couple of villains, some humor, and a few steamy love scenes and I give you—Everealm!
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