Rowena Tisdale – The Sultry Scribe

I write love stories. The genre and style vary, because for me, love does not like to be constrained in a neat little category. My first book is chick-lit. The second, while technically a romance, doesn’t feel like it fits into that niche. We’ll see! My third novel, which I am working on now, is a time travel tale, and fits in the traditional romance category.

My heroines are not shy, shrinking violets. The tend to be a bit more mature than the young women you find in most romances, and have already faced some of the struggles that make them stronger and more self-confident. My male characters are often off-put by my female leads, but they learn to deal with them on the defined terms.

Why I write

Why do I write romance? Because I love love! Vibrant women, sexy men, hearts, flowers, heat, and heartbreak. I simply adore all the facets of a couple’s story. I fall in love with my characters, and they reward me by letting me tell their tale.