Books have always been a life-changing force for Anna Adams. From the time she discovered Titania and Oberon in A Midsummer Night's Dream on her father's bookshelf, until she began to write her own stories, she loved to look at relationships that couldn't possibly run true.
At age 12 Anna's grandmother introduced her to Silhouette romance novels, and Anna plunged into a world of strong women and loving men who knit their lives together no matter what obstacles stood between them.
Working on a degree in English, she kept reading about other worlds and other people while she wrote everything from advertising copy to software manuals. And always, stories of romance played in her head.
These were the kinds of books she most loved to read and write. In her own stories, when the hero and heroine fall in love no one in their world is safe from catching their newfound joy in life and a fulfilling relationship.
Anna lives in Georgia with her heroic husband, two children, and a kitty that inspired his feral counterpart in her novel The Marriage Contract.
On Writing by Stephen King
Summer's Lease by John Mortimer
Green Darkness by Anya Seton
Son of the Morning by Linda Howard
Have His Carcase by Dorothy L. Sayers
"If You Could Read My Mind" by Gordon Lightfoot
Author Writing Tip:
"Write the kind of stories you love to read. Keep working until you love the stories you write."
Author Romantic Tip:
Did you know that this author names Iceland as one of the most romantic place she'd ever travelled.