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Regina Morris Creating your own worlds and the people in them. Controlling what happens and being able to change anything if you want to.
Regina Morris Write every day. Spend time with other authors. Read a lot.
Regina Morris I don't know if they are my favorite fictional couple or not, but they are the first ones that popped into my mind.

In the 1968 movie, "Yours, Mine, and Ours", you follow Henry Fonda and Lucille Ball as they try to blend their families. Here is the blurb:

"When a widower with 10 children marries a widow with 8, can the 20 of them ever come together as one big happy family? From finding a house big enough for all of them and learning to make 18 school lunches, to coping with a son going off to war and an unexpected addition to the family, Yours, Mine and Ours attempts to blend two families into one and hopes to answer the question Is bigger really better? "

I like the movie a lot and have watched it many times. This is a sweet romance, and one that really shows love between two people. They even try to not see each other because it would be too hard on their children to adjust.

It's a good movie if you've never seen it. I do not like the remake.
Regina Morris A contemporary love story about a secretary who has been in love with her billionaire boss for nearly 20 years. I wanted to do a story about a rich billionaire but I wanted him to be 50 and her to be in her late 40s. I thought the story would be more unique with a mature cast. The book will be out in 2017.
Regina Morris I people watch and listen to what people are saying. I also listen to songs.
Regina Morris "Winter Wishes" is about a Jewish vampire trapped at a Christmas party. I came up with the idea a couple of years ago when I told some co-workers that I had to go home early because of Hanukkah. They didn't realize I was Jewish and made reference to a Christmas party (which I had no issue with attending). I thought it might be an interesting story if a Jewish vampire were stuck for days at a Christmas party. I thought of the character Samuel after rereading book #2 of the series. Samuel is mentioned briefly in that book, but not by name, and I realized I had a character waiting for his own book. Then I thought an awkward love interest would be to have him fall in love with his best friend's mother-in-law (his best friend is the hero from book #2). Then the idea of artwork stolen by the Nazis hanging on the wall lent itself to some nice tension. Then, for more stress, have him be an expert about stolen art, but have his hands tied because the council is after him. It really just came together and made for a great story.

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