Guest Blog by Zoë Archer and Giveaway - April 5, 2013


Guest Blog by Zoë Archer and Giveaway - April 5, 2013

Guest Blog by Zoë Archer and Giveaway - April 5, 2013


12 Comments on The Qwillery: Guest Blog by Zoë Archer and Giveaway - April 5, 2013

  • Anonymous
    on April 05, 2013 | 13:00 Anonymoussaid :
    "Oh definitely war can serve as a background for romance! Two people who can't be together, lots of danger, maybe some sneaking off to be together... never knowing when time is running out. I've read a couple of very good books where the love was based around a war going on."
  • Cherry
    on April 05, 2013 | 13:29 Cherrysaid :
    "Zoe's Questions: Is there a war or wars that have captured your imagination? Can war serve as a background for romance?

    Answer: - I like the war scenes in the Lord Of The Rings specially after I watch "the making" of it. Modern taunts mixed in the supposedly old. And some silliness inserted here and there. However what made it ultimately to the top of the entertainment ratings is not only the cinematographic choreography but the emotional involvement and the relationship dynamics between characters. Done right and you'll hook me as a reader/audience for life :)

  • Betty Hamilton
    on April 05, 2013 | 13:30 Betty Hamiltonsaid :
    "Yes, as a babyboomer I know just what romance a war can still up in people. The was that I seem to read so much about... well that time frame and all the injured coming home from that war is the Nepoleanic wars."
  • Julie
    on April 05, 2013 | 14:17 Juliesaid :
    "I find I can only read romances set in fictional war settings, or at least very old real ones--to me, there is very little that is romantic in modern warfare. But throw in some dragons and direwolves and I'm totally in."
  • Anonymous
    on April 05, 2013 | 15:25 Anonymoussaid :
    "The Civil War has always captured many imaginations. Fictional War settings which are in a fantasy realm can provide for more avenues of choice. Agreed dragons and the such help. But ultimately it comes down to death v love, or willingness to die for love, or betraying all you once were to become someone who you might be."
  • Victoria
    on April 05, 2013 | 17:03 Victoriasaid :
    "I think all wars can be the back ground for romance. No war has really captured my attention in that way except our Revolutionary War."
  • Debby
    on April 05, 2013 | 20:02 Debbysaid :
    "I watched The Sound of Music and that one did capture my interest in WW II. You could have war as a background for a romance.
    debby236 at gmail dot com"
  • SdyLion
    on April 06, 2013 | 11:37 SdyLionsaid :
    "I am not sure, but conflict in general shows that romance can bloom on different sides. I am not specifically attracted to any one war, but I know the magic authors can do with history. sdylion(at)gmail(dot)com"
  • bn100
    on April 06, 2013 | 15:26 bn100said :
    "No, there hasn't. I think it can."
  • Chrisbails
    on April 06, 2013 | 17:59 Chrisbailssaid :
    "I have always been interested in the Civil War. I am not a fan of war, but that one has always interested me.
    christinebails at yahoo dot com"
  • donnas
    on April 08, 2013 | 00:39 donnassaid :
    "French revolution has always interested me. And I think it can."
  • Joanne
    on April 08, 2013 | 12:46 Joannesaid :
    "I think it can. There's fighting, rebellion, never knowing if and when the lovers will find each other again.I've always had a fansination with the Civil War.

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