“Writing fantasy romance is as close as I’ll ever come to making magic.”
When I started working on Chalvaren Rising, Book 2 in the Kingdom of Chalvaren Romance series, I always felt Kort Elias’s theme was Love is Worth Fighting For. Even though his world is fantastic – hey, he’s an elf who wrangles dragons – Kort and his novel companions aren’t all that different from you and me.
I don’t believe fantasy novels are so much about creating fantastic worlds and adventure quests with Sword&Sorcery as they are about showing us how interconnected we all are.
Everyone craves love – it’s a basic need. Books where romance is woven into the pages fulfill Readers on an emotional level other genre’s don’t usually address. I love the goal of a happily ever after, especially if there’s an adventure along the way. I also enjoy being a part of Romance Writers of America.
Universal stories of adventure and growth help unite people. I’ve heard lots of readers say they don’t like to read fantasy, so I wrote my stories with a question in mind: “I wanted to find out what would happen if I designed a world where fantasy lovers get their adventure quest, but also gave their girlfriends a healthy dose of grown-up romance along the way. How can we blend High Fantasy and Romance into a story that leaves the Reader breathless, where magic and suspense collide in a spellbinding imaginary world?”
If my stories bring people together on that premise, then I’ve done my part as a writer.
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