Life puts us in different situations that challenge us … and well, shakes our competence. Whether it’s moving to a foreign country, learning to surf, trying new foods, or even sending out queries and manuscripts to editors and agents. Stepping out of our comfort zones forces us to rely on God and not our own abilities.
God created every romance as unique as He created people. As writers, why don’t we?
Competence in writing multicultural romance means the author expertly opens a window into the characters’ cultures, doing so in a way that enhances the romance.
Every girl dreams of the happily-ever-after and a storybook ending, but pulling that out of our plot is sometimes difficult.
He or she will say, “I can’t” yet their behavior clearly will show mastery of the denied skill.
That’s part of the dynamic in a romance — real or fictional. The other person sees the competence in the one they love, encouraging them in those areas, lifting them up, to see the same beautiful view. That’s how they ‘make each other better people’.
The Love Inspired Historical line offers captivating stories of romance and adventure set in earlier eras, when faith played a major role in everyday lives.