I like to call it, "The Mighty Sister Act of Ducks II"

Robin and I are going to write romance novels this summer, but I'm having trouble taking it seriously. I think that might be a requirement. I don't think even Harlequin will accept a blind medieval pirate on the Louisiana bayou falling in love with the time-travelling princess of a made-up country. Just a guess. I would probably have the same luck with my brilliant story about a woman pretending to be a nun and teaching music in a Catholic high school, who falls in love with the hockey coach of one of her students, who is only a coach because he was assigned to it as community service. Dude. Harlequin readers are so picky.

srah - Tuesday, 17 June 2003 - 10:44 AM

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gravatar katie - June 17, 2003 - 10:55 AM -

If there are monkeys, I will buy it.

What is the princess's name, and what imaginary country does she come from?

gravatar alfie - June 17, 2003 - 5:22 PM -

I would buy a copy of either book. Not because you're my sister, but because they sound completely stupid and very tempting. Although, I think you have a long way to go before you can match the abilities of the woman who wrote the book Robin and I found at Meijer which takes place in Hiho, Ohio and has a character named (I believe) Mason Mason. Lance Lance was at least funny.

gravatar Cheryl - June 20, 2003 - 12:19 PM -

Did any of you watch Head of the Class back in the day? Remember when the girls on that tried to write a smut book and they got rejected? I think at least yours wouldn't hold the pretense of seriousness.

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