Saturday, April 23, 2011

Power of Love

Love is such a powerful thing. It moves people in so many ways. As a writer I love exploring the various ways that love unfolds. All the paths it takes are fun to explore.

I enjoy watching movies based on love. There are so many different ways love is shown. One can follow families. The love, tribulations and all the things in between. From the beginning of time people have been falling in love. Love can make you crazy, giddy and bring you such hope and joy.

Love has many types - the love between friends and family. The love between lovers. Each has the core of opening yourself to another person and becoming a unit. With friends it is building a close-knit relationship that stands through good and bad. The same with family. With family we share and love.

The love between lovers is what I explore in my books. From the start of the initial attraction, the first steps to getting to know each other, the dating and then finally the all encompassing feelings and knowing you belong together. There are of course the ups and downs and the times when you fall in and out of love. But when you find that right someone it is magical, exhilarating and soul moving. Yeah I am a romantic at heart. All the steps to the power of love fascinates me.

Taige Crenshaw
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Indigo Rain - To save the world and humanity from extinction from a being that can herald Armageddon a woman must trust a man whose race destroyed the people she held most dear. There’s more at stake… their hearts.

Buy here at Summerhouse Publishing.


Tina Donahue said...

Love definitely makes the world go round, Taige. Getting to explore its many manifestations, as writers, we truly have the best jobs on earth. :)

Sarah J. McNeal said...

I read your blog and a few words to a song kept going through my head, "...and that's the power of love...". People live longer when they have the love of friends and/or family to support them--that's a statistical fact.
Someone says Armageddon and shivers go down my spine. Looks like an exciting read, Taige.
I wish you all the best.

Delaney Diamond said...

Love IS a powerful thing. Those who find true love are fortunate.

Paris said...

What an excellent blurb! You've set up the conflict beautifully and made me wonder how they're going to resolve it. Sounds like an exciting read!

Tess MacKall said...

Love that title. And the cover is to die for.

Fiona McGier said...

Love is the subject of almost all pop music, movies and TV shows, etc. So why do authors who write romance get treated like second-class citizens by other writers? There was an on-going discussion recently in the paper by a columnist who writes about sex and relationships. The topic was about women who wait until after they are married to have sex, versus women who don't. There was the usual clap-trap by some hurling names at women who don't, but there were women who wrote in saying they waited, like they'd been told to, and were disappointed in their husband's lack of "skills", and that their only recourse is romance novels. I think as romance writers we provide some hope that love is real and can be found...and I refuse to accept the patronization of other genre writers who have asked me things like, "Why don't you write a real book?"

Great cover, but then your books always look so interesting.