The Key was conceived, born, thought up--however you want to put it--around the time Stephenie Meyer’s Twilight was all the rage. The amount of vampire stories had increased. Everybody wanted to read about a vampire. I think Twilight’s success was more about the characters Meyer created than their vampire nature, but that is just me. Personally I think Meyer did a great job with the romance aspect of the story. What girl doesn’t like someone completely enamored with her. And the needed protection that allowed for the knight in shining armor routine was icing on the cake.
As I said, books on the supernatural increased and at the time I thought I’d throw my own idea in the pot…hence The Key. The Key isn’t about vampires or werewolves, but it is about an overprotective young male and the girl he just can’t stop himself from loving.
Next Tuesday join me to learn the one thought that started it all.