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The mystery of romance

I suppose I write about love and romance because they are a mystery to me.  No doubt that sounds paradoxical.  But relationships have long bemused me:  Why do people react to me the way they do?  What do they feel? What do I feel?

So I explore these questions through fictional persons, imagining their thoughts and emotions, their actions and reactions, and the effects caused by beliefs and assumptions.  And I wonder if readers will take from my stories a new perspective of their own relationships.

Do you learn how to deal with social situations from the interactions of fictional characters?

[Thanks to Chidsey for the featured image.]

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  2. Sandra Jarvis

    I think because fictional characters are made up by a single person writing a book, you are looking at one person’s perspective and the interactions sometimes aren’t always objective because of that.

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