Passionate Art - Comment for a Chance to Win!

I come from a family of painters. My mother and sister are painters and I married a painter. Art is in my blood and though I can’t paint to save my life, it only seems natural to use my knowledge and appreciation of art in my writing.

Paintings are integral to the plot of Lady’s Wager. Charlotte and Edward, the heroine and hero, are both art enthusiasts and their love of art encourages their growing passion for each other. At different times in the story, the works of Thomas Gainsborough and the lesser-known John Smibert bring Charlotte and Edward together in unique and surprising ways. The paintings provide backstory, character motivation and even an element of suspense. It was fun to research these artists and to weave their works into the love story of Lady’s Wager.

What passions or interests bring you closer to the one you love? Everyone who comments today, February 15, 2008, will be entered in a drawing to win a copy of Lady’s Wager. So share your passions. I can’t wait to read about them.

Also, be sure to visit Coffee Time Romance today for the Cerridwen Press Author Day. I'll be in the Latte Lounge with other great Cerridwen Press authors posting about Lady's Wager and many other topics.


Elizabeth Kerri Mahon said...

Well, when ex-sweetie pie and I were together, I read pretty much every single book written about John F. Kennedy's assassination because he was big on conspiracy theories. Also, we were both actors, so we had that in common as well.

Cherie J said...

Hubby and I both share a love for sci-fi. We are both big fans of classic Trek and Star Wars. I think it is important to share some of each other's interest or passions. We try to be supportive of each other's hubbies. Lady's Wager sounds like awonderful book. I am enjoying the Cerridwen chat at Coffee Time Romance and learning about all the wonderful books.

Dani said...

Well, since I don't have a hubby I'll have to go with what brings my son and I together and that would be cartoons, movies and music. We talk about what we like or dislike about what we just watched or listened to and just laugh together.

peggy said...

i just seen your book on coffee
time.your book sounded so great i had to come out your web site

Georgie Lee said...

Thanks everyone for stopping by! I'm enjoying your posts.