Lyn Asks the October Question-Can a Grandmother Be a Heroine of a Romance? — 10 Comments

  1. A thousand times yes as I’m a grandmother who lives near Traverse City & I’m loving your books taking place relatively nearby with grandaughter Evie as one of your very interesting characters! I also have read the fun Christmas & Puppies books & have preordered the Nov. 5th release! Thanks a million for your “clean romantic fun books”,
    Christine Boyer

  2. Ladies, Thanks for all your encouragement. Lois, my heroine, is going strong. I’m on Chapter 3! Uncertain Spring will come out next spring–I’ll figure out exactly when soon!

  3. I love the idea of a grandmother heroine and love interest…after all, I’m a grandma myself. ?

  4. Absolutely. I just found out I am going to be a grand mother soon so this book peaks my interest. We all need to feel loved at all stages of life so can’t wait for this book since i am moving into this season of life.

  5. I think every Grandmother is a heroine just like everyone else could be one. They’re very special & deserve to get a chance at being one.

  6. Yes! Definitely! She could be 50, 60, 70 etc. Love and Romance has no upper age limit.

  7. Lyn,
    Yes! We were just talking about this in critique group last night. Instead of writing a wise woman as a secondary character, what if the wise woman were the protagonist! I’m trying a story like that right now. She’s so outspoken, it’s scary!
    Looking forward to seeing what happens to your heroine, Lois!
    PS She’s only in her 50s – just a kid!

  8. Oh goodness, yes! Grandmothers deserve to be heroines. Love and bravery isn’t just for the young. Everyone needs to see themselves in literature.

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