It's my turn to pose the question on Romance Writers Weekly!
Winter means different things to different people. What do you love about winter? Why not share some of your favourite winter photos from previous years. Have you ever written a book set during winter?
If you joined me from Jenna Da Sie welcome!
In Northern British Columbia, winter usually means lots of snow. And cold. But our coldest days are often the most beautiful, with bright blue skies and wonderful sunshine. Lately our winters have warmed up and are greyer and wetter than usual. I'm actually hoping this year will be more normal, with crisp, cool temperatures and light, fluffy snow.
I wanted to celebrate our Northern BC winters, so I set When Time Falls Still in the depths of the dark months. Justice and Charlotte spend a few days at an isolated cabin. After all, what's more romantic than being curled up with your lover, all warm and cozy next to a cracking fire?
Do you get snow in your neck of the woods? Or is winter what those of us in the North would consider summer?
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11/15/2016 08:32:52 pm
Looks beautiful! I love the winter days when they are so cold the frost makes everything look like glass.
11/16/2016 11:46:05 am
They are the best days - when the air is so clear it looks like it could shatter!
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