#RomancingSeptember Day 13 Twins Of A Gazelle by Margaret Cullingford @CullingfordMags
Mag’s turn on Rosie Amber’s blog
Welcome to Day 13 of #RomancingSeptember
Our guest today is Margaret Cullingford and her book Twins of a Gazelle
Where is your home town?
I live in Leicester in the UK.
How long have you been writing romance?
This is not as easy to answer as you would imagine. Although billed my second novel, Twins of a Gazelle was the first one I attempted to write. I finished its first draft ten years ago when it was part love story – four interwoven in fact – and part mystery/intrigue. Needless to say, it failed to fit neatly into a particular genre. “Multi-layered” one kind critic said. It survived a couple more transformations, and finally, on editorial advice, I re-wrote it and it became a romance with edge.
What is your favourite sub-genre of romance?
I guess it is a love story with issues similar to the sort of story I write myself…
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