Jung’s Archetype: The Soul Quarter — Legends of Windemere

Here we are with the next group, which are the archetypes that fall under the ‘Soul’ category. These characters pursue fulfillment of the spirit and all have some sense- of freedom within their core. This may be physical, emotional, or mental freedom depending on the archetype. As before, there is one per cardinal orientation that […]… Continue reading Jung’s Archetype: The Soul Quarter — Legends of Windemere

Contemporary romance and love stories in the age of instant messaging — Helena Fairfax

How can contemporary fiction cope with the rapid changes of today’s world? This is the topic of this month’s authors’ Round Robin, set by author Dr Bob Rich. Since I write romance, I’ve taken the liberty of adapting Bob’s topic a little: how can contemporary romance writers cope with rapid changes and incorporate new technology […]… Continue reading Contemporary romance and love stories in the age of instant messaging — Helena Fairfax

Why People Prefer “Stairway” over “Elevator” Romance Stories —

*Ding* “You have now arrived at floor 100. Please enjoy your happily-ever-after.” I’ve seen quite a few people say they prefer those “building” romances over the “love at first sight” stuff, but it left me wondering why? Why do gradual romances have a generally larger appeal than, “I love you. You love me. Let’s be […]… Continue reading Why People Prefer “Stairway” over “Elevator” Romance Stories —