Wednesday, March 13, 2019

Springtime.... by Roxanne Rustand

Happy Springtime!   by Roxanne Rustand

Well...it's almost here, anyway.  The heavy snow is starting to melt and days of rain are ahead.  I can't wait to see lilacs bloom and my perennial flower beds come to life!

In the meantime, I'm working on a book due at Love Inspired in mid-April.  It's the third book in my "Rocky Mountain Ranch" trilogy, and I've been enjoying the writing of this series so much.  All  three books can "stand alone," but still, there are ongoing characters and the same Montana town. 

 
When writing a series it starts to feel as if the characters are old friends, after a while, and at the end of a series I always feel a bit sad about leaving them behind.   With that in mind, I'm curious about your feelings as readers. Do you prefer books that completely stand alone, or do you enjoy series more? I would love to hear your opinions!  :) 

Best wishes to you for a wonderful spring!  BTW--if you leave a comment, you'll be in a drawing for a free e-copy of the first book in my series, Montana Mistletoe.


Roxanne Rustand


USA Today Bestselling Author
High Country Homecoming, Love Inspired 6/2019
Montana Mistletoe, Love Inspired      12/2018
Falling for the Rancher, Love Inspired  6/2017 

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4 comments:

  1. Roxanne, I love the photo of the lilacs. So pretty. I get what you mean about falling in love with the characters of a series. They become close to us. Which is why I love series so much. It gives you a chance to catch up with old friends and make new ones.

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  2. Hi Roxanne. What a breath of fresh air to see those beautiful flowers. We are on countdown for Spring here in Connecticut. I love series because of the connected thread where you become invested in all of the characters. There's nothing like catching up with beloved characters. Blessings!

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