Today on Welcome Wednesday, award-winning and Amazon Bestselling author Colleen Donnelly talks about that and other truths we find in fiction. Here is Colleen’s insight.
imagination and the soul. Chances are, a writer will reveal something in a
story they wouldn’t dare disclose out loud. Likewise, a reader may experience
the release of some deeply hidden treasure or longing through a twisted plot or
a heartbroken heroine. Characters have a way of dragging writers and readers along
with them on their story arc of self-discovery, churning up and satisfying who
and what is buried within.
to you. Did you ever write or read an adventure or fantasy for the pure
pleasure of escape? Have you delved into romance because it touched what had
been too long untapped? Have you lived out revenge through crime dramas? Have
you ever written, read, or related to any of the following:
Being accused of having an affair with the one
person you actually wanted far more from than just a tryst.
* Having the illusion of being a bride turn to the
delusion of feeling ordinary under the demands of another.
* Loving one but engaged to another.
* In a relationship for all of the wrong reasons.
* Knowing you’ve been betrayed, but unable to
person, myself or another, who spelled it out on a page so I could see myself,
find solace in the fact that I was not alone, and realize a path through it.
imagination that will either be read or written, and you will gasp with relief
when you at last see it on the page.
historical fiction with a heart, is an Amazon #1 Bestseller, recipient of two Crowned
Heart Rone Awards, a Rone Finalist, and winner of Rom Com Reader’s Crown.