Just a quick note to wish everyone who celebrates the season in some way a very happy holiday! Our family celebrates Christmas, so we will be opening our gifts tonight (on Christmas Eve) as is our tradition. I’m hoping I get some goodies, but more than anything I just hope to have a nice, relaxed evening with my loved ones.
This time of year really makes you reflect on life, and I must say that I am one lucky little girl. Thank you so much to all of my fans out there who have supported my writing over the past year. I’m hoping the next year will bring even greater things, including a few new book releases, the first of which is planned for January or February, so keep an eye out! I will say this, if you liked my first ebook, “Sexy Little Bites: Short Stories to Excite”, I think you will find my second release to be even more exciting! If you haven’t had a chance to read “Sexy Little Bites” yet, stay tuned to my blog, because I hope to do a giveaway or two soon! Of course, you can always buy it for yourself from Amazon, Barnes & Noble or Smashwords (only a 99 cent download).
Again, Happy Holidays and I wish you all the best for the coming year!
Perhaps it is just me, but I have often wondered why they don’t turn more romantic novels into movies. The romance novel market is a thriving one, a look around Amazon or any local bookstore should show you that. Even when you browse the shelves at Wal-Mart or your local grocery store, you tend to see more romantic paperbacks than any other genre.
However, unless you count the Nicholas Sparks or Danielle Steel books that have been turned into movies, it seems like very few adult romance novels, even those off the bestsellers list ever get a movie contract. I guess you could assume that maybe moviemakers figure they would be a hard sell, although that seems pretty odd, since they do make quite a few chick-lit books into movies…and surely those would have a similar demographic.
So what do you think? Why do they not turn many romance novels into films? Would you be willing to shell out the money to see some of your favorite romance novel characters heating up the big screen? I know I would love to see some of these movies made, but perhaps I am in the minority. If you have an opinion on the matter, please feel free to leave a comment below!
I always like to know what others are reading, in fact, when I go to the doctor’s office I often sneak peeks at the titles on the books the other patients are reading. Unfortunately, the popularity of the Nook and Kindle are making it harder to spy on people’s reading habits, but I’m not shy about sharing my interests, so below are some books I’m either currently reading or have shortlisted on my to-be-read pile.
If you have read any of these books, feel free to leave me a comment and let me know what you thought of them! Also, do you have any great romance/erotica books you would suggest I add to my reading list?
“Bedtime Stories for Lovers” by Joan Elizabeth Lloyd