A friend emailed me the other day. She had read the article about Nora Roberts in The New Yorker, and since I write romance she offered to mail the magazine to me. Is that sweet or what? I discovered that I could read four issues of The New Yorker online free, so we saved postage.
Some of my favorite bits from the article: she works eight hours a day at writing, doesn't find that unusual (don't most people work eight hours a day at their jobs?). She isn't a college grad, may not have read your favorite among The Classics, writes what she writes, and if you don't like it, Okay.
I love her confidence most of all.
So anyway, this friend of mine hasn't read any Nora Roberts novels. She is thinking of reading one now, though. And I told her I would ask this question on the blog: What is your favorite among Nora Roberts' books? She--my friend, not Nora--will be reading the blog to see what your recommendations are!