There are many parts to a story that makes up all the components. I enjoy each and every piece that comes together to create the whole. When I put the layers together it takes a building of parts to make them meld to create something awesome. In my opinion one of the most important things are emotions. No matter which one it is—good, bad or in between. All these parts need to be weaved within the story. It is a very important layer that makes books work. If there aren’t emotions in the story then it’s flat and it’ll leave you unfulfilled. To me the emotions is what makes the difference between a book I read once to one that I go back to often or recall at random moments then I have to go read it again. Emotions are what make me find new things in a book that I may have read hundreds of times before.
These emotions are driven by the frame of mind I’m in. And reading a book according to my frame of mind can make different emotional cords strike me. Striking an emotional cord within brings a lot of things to life as I read. They make the characters live and breathe. This makes them real for me that I want to know their story. I want to take the journey with them. When I write a book or read one by other authors I want to get each and every moment of feeling it.
Talia Carmichael is a romantic who believes that family, no matter if it is by blood or those you choose as family, is integral to who you are. She is an author who writes sexy stories in a variety of genres. She believes in creating stories that encompass all that falling in love or lust entails, from the highs of that first blush of attraction to the lows of not knowing if you can make your coming together as a couple work, and then finally to the acceptance of the reality of making a life together. It’s all about the journey.
Among her books you’ll find contemporary, futuristic, fantasy, and paranormal settings with M/M themes that will have a happily-ever-after. Her books are passionate, intense, and real… to fill the craving. Check out more about Talia at her website or blog. Contact her at her blog contact form, or check her out on Facebook, Facebook Reader Group, and Twitter.