I’m fluffy—and proud of it!
Fluffy in my writing style, that is. (“No Comment,” concerning the magnet on my refrigerator stating, “Ewe's not fat. Ewe's just fluffy.”)
Tolstoy, I’m not. Actually, I don’t want to be a War and Peace kind of author. Personally, I think there is plenty of daunting, serious stuff in the world without me adding to it. I just want to entertain in my own light-hearted, unadulterated way. But enough about me.
Let’s talk writing styles. Imagine writing styles as animals in a zoo.
|What's cuter or cuddlier than kittens?|
|Edvard Munch, "The Scream"|
My zoo even has a hidden stable where magical beings are kept. You might see shape shifters, vampires, immortals, ghosts, witches or even an elf now and then. This is an eclectic mix of creatures, some are funny, some are scary—but they are all hotties. Because really, who wants to live forever ugly? This habitat includes Sherrilyn Kenyon, Dianna Love and H.T. Night among others.
I just skimmed the surface of the many inhabitants/writing styles in my fictional zoo, but I’m sure my point was made. I enjoy many hours visiting most of the areas in my zoo, but I live in the fluffy section.
So I repeat. I’m fluffy—and proud of it!
As always, I’d love to hear your thoughts on my thoughts. Please leave a comment; good, bad or ugly, and I’ll get back to you ASAP. The bad and ugly might have a little bit of a wait (it takes me a while to lick my wounds) but I promise to respond to all.
P.S. If you want to see just how fluffy I am, my books are listed below. Click on the title to go to the Amazon link.
I Do—Kinda (Contemporary romance)
Hide and Seek (Contemporary romance)
Twin Trap (Historical romance)
Blondie and the Hitman (Humorous Mystery)