Monday, July 11, 2011

Introducing...Same Time Tomorrow!

We have the cover--now to finish the book!






It all started with Barry Manilow and an online message board.....


This is the first collaborative effort of myself and William, writing as Scarlett Martin and James Morgan.  Genre? I'd call it an erotic love story, erotic romance....


We started out to write straight erotica, but our characters had other ideas.  Same Time Tomorrow got its start, in fact, as a round robin exercise in our previous group at the Writers Digest website. There were six of us. Each of us wrote a scene. In the end, our fellow writers' scenes went pretty far afield of what William and I had done, so we decided we would write a novel about a couple who never actually met, but got together online at the same time every night for cybersex.


Once we got into writing the novel, however, the characters took over and completely changed the story's direction. Yes, they met online. Yes, they started out meeting there every night. But Gabriel and Chloe were definitely NOT the casual sex types. This tale of online lust became something entirely different....



5 comments:

  1. The book went in a completely different direction. Gabriel and Chloe went and hijacked the book on us. The nerve of them!

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  2. Cool! Sounds very sexy. And I love the mellow cover. I love it when the characters have a mind of their own! So so cool! Sounds like a really fun story... love that you two wrote it together.

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  3. Wow - I'm intrigued! And I love the tag line. Barry Manilow has a lot to answer for.

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  4. Oh, it IS sexy of a book. :) And it is wonderful of story line, as well. I know that I will snag it up as soon as I can. :D

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  5. I love the way characters take over. Some New Agers (like me) believe what you create in your mind - your thoughts - become real and alive. Characters prove that as they write the story instead of you.

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