Monthly Review for February

On the last day of this month, I thought that I would go over what we have been up to at Faerie Rose Press. Well, to start, I would like to thank everyone for their support and comments throughout the past month, as we focused on the genre of Romance. This included a week-long focus on the many adaptations that have been out on film of Romeo and Juliet and another week-long focus on the different subgenres of romance.

I also read a couple of books and did some reviews on this site. Also this month I changed Writer’s First Source from being a page to being a weekly post. This has been given greater attention to the information provided.

I also spent part of the month working on a new writing project. It’s like espionage meets romance, which would be in part a thriller romance. It’s only a few pages so far and I have yet to come up with a title. Part of the idea came from the trailer for Jennifer Lawrence’s new film, The Red Sparrow. This project so far has been fun to write as well as to discover a new character.

I also must admit that I did no work on The Raven Prophecy, Ravages of Time, or The Zodiac Tower. The reason for this was that I was busy discovering new information that I did not know about when it comes to the romance genre so that I could have enough information for the daily posts.

With March upon us, I would like to spend the month going back to doing normal posts on writing and different techniques that can be used for writing. I sort of feel that was missing this month, while I focused on romance.

As always I thank you for the support and I hope that you will continue to tune in for more information.

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