What sort of settings do you like exploring in your romances? Are you fond of the newly created worlds authors come up with, with new rules? Or do you long for something paranormal to happen in the modern world with only slight changes to the game of life?
In Torn to Pieces, my USA TODAY Recommended Read from Sizzler Editions, I chose Albuquerque, NM as the base for the story. My heroes are wolves and the heroine (it’s a ménage) is a witch who longs for free land to roam and play.
I spent a considerable amount of time there before writing the book and have actually used Albuquerque as a backdrop for several stories. Most notably, Torn to Pieces, but also for an upcoming Secret Cravings Publishing release entitled Raining Kisses. In fact, the loft Iolite lived in is the same loft Nicholaus lived in as I used the place I stayed in while on business there.
Things I like about Albuquerque, NM as a backdrop for books.
- It’s spacious. Mountains, desert, a decent downtown scene
- The weather appeals to the supernatural curious in me
- I won’t lie, the bars downtown are pretty hip too LOL!
The thing about the bars has more to do with the fact that it’s got a party scene, so if I want to set spy stories there, or have characters who hide, it’s perfect. I really enjoyed looking out on my balcony with a cigar in hand at the majestic mountains, and seeing some of America’s history at the same time.
Still, the snow in winter sucks LOL!
Where are some of the places you like to “visit” from books you’ve read?
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