Emily Guido is the successful self-published author of Charmeine, a paranormal romance about two individuals whose love defies the laws of good and evil.
The novel was released Jan. 2012 and tells the story of Tabbruis, a blood-hunter who refuses to accept love cannot overcome fate when he falls for the Queen of all Light-Bearers, Charmeine.
The idea to tell of such a passionate love between people who not only are so different, but come from such different worlds plagued Miss. Guido’s mind until she was fueled to complete 100,000 words in a week.
And yet her passion did not die there.
She was encouraged to write a second novel in the Light-Bearer Series, Ransom, which will be released May 2012, as written on her website emilyguido.com.
The word Ransom is given a whole new meaning in this novel, which continues the passionate adventure Tabbruis and Charmeine are taken upon when they fall in love.
Miss. Guido has come a long way from just imagining her characters in her head, and this journey she intends to share.
Check back to read about what Miss. Guido has to say on editing and success this Saturday, Apr. 11.
In the meantime, please connect with the author on her website: Emilyguido.com.
3 thoughts on “Emily Guido: Writing 100,000 words in a week”
Thank you for this article! It is wonderfully written! Thank you Miss Law Reigns! Emily Guido
Excellent! Then I have accomplished what I have hoped to.