One question I'm often asked by readers is, "Who was your favorite character to write?" Now, I don't like to play favorites. Most of the time I'll answer I love all my characters the same. While this is true, I will admit I'm most entertained by those characters providing comic relief in my stories. What can I say? I crack myself up.
In my upcoming release, Vessel of Power, the
role of comic relief goes to Rune, the hero's best friend and cousin.
The hero, Prince Destin, is intense, driven, and serious. So is the
heroine, Lia. They needed the counterweight of humor, which the
irreverent, smart-ass Rune provides with style. My favorite scenes are
when Rune is bantering with the hero, heroine, or both, driving them
nutty with his mercurial wit and sideways charm.
In my humble
opinion, humor is a necessary element in any dramatic story line. Not
only does it provide a break from intense action or darker emotional
scenes, but humor can also be a way to view the story/characters in a
different light, giving the reader new insights. In Vessel of Power, Rune gives his fellow characters and the reader an amusing new angle on the action and the motivations of those around him.
To learn more about Rune and the rest of the cast of characters from fantasy romance Vessel of Power, watch for this release on The Wild Rose Press (http://catalog.thewildrosepress.com/all-titles/4608-vessel-of-power.html) and Amazon (https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01L5SIOFI) October 7th, 2016.
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