What do you want from me? No, really.

I have the best readers. Why? They tell me what they like. I’ve been so blessed to know people who comment on my posts and share what they’ve enjoyed about my books. Thank you.

I’m going to ask you all to compile your own “Rosanna Leo wishlist” and I promise I will take your wishes to heart.

As I finish up one series and contemplate another, I would really like to know what has worked for my readers and what hasn’t. So this is your chance to tell me what you’d like to see from me next.

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If you could have me write anything, what would it be? Are you hoping a certain minor character will get a book of his or her own? Do you wish I’d write something completely different? Are there themes you’d like me to tackle?

It might seem odd that I’m asking, but the fact is I’ve been very much driven by what my readers seem to like. Sure, I do write what I need to write, but I also take into consideration what has appealed to you.

Want me to write a book about an elephant shape shifter? Tell me so! Want to see a book about sexy Canadian PM Justin Trudeau as a vampire? Say so! Interested in a romance about a mild-mannered accountant who likes quilting? Okay, I probably won’t write that one. Still, share your book dreams with me. If I can make them reality (within reason, you cheeky monkeys), I will do my best.

*Takes a step back.*

Hit me.

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12 thoughts on “What do you want from me? No, really.

    • Thanks Michelle! Not sure if you caught the comment I made in my street team, but I’m (*cross fingers it works out*) planning some vamps. 😉

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  1. No plot line comes to mind (except I could stay on Gemini Island forever) but I have been thinking of ‘The Stand In’ lately and how it often calls me to reread it ….so I have to remark about your ability to add such quirk and humor in writing out real stories -especially with good dialogue, not just story telling- thank you, it’s a hallmark I see all your books!!

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    • Aw, thanks Joni! I’d love to stay on Gemini Island too, but I think it’s a good time to move on. I’m touched you’d mention The Stand-In. I think, of all my books, it didn’t get a lot of attention but I am so proud of that one. I’ve always wanted to do a book for Winn’s sister Enid. I think she’d be lots of fun.

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  2. I just hate to see Gemini Island series end. I liked Vice and a sequel would be good. I am satisfied with what you are writing. An author should be able to just let hert books and ideas come the way she wants. Big help huh. LOL

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    • LOL, that is a big help, Fran. Sometimes it’s just nice to know others think I’m on the right path too. As for Gemini Island, who knows? I sometimes flirt with the idea of doing a “new generation,” but part of me would be sad at that. I hate seeing my favorite characters getting old and have put away series I’ve enjoyed because of it. All that being said, I will continue to let my heart out and am pleased you’re been listening. Thank you.

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  3. Besides vamps, I have to say that I have enjoyed seeing you step outside your comfort zone a bit with Vice and Night Lover and explore different themes and stories. I love the light-hearted humor you bring to most of your books, but have also enjoyed seeing you explore darker topics that hold mostly only grim humor as well. Whatever you choose to do, I’m sure it will be great 🙂

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    • Thanks so much, Michelle. It’s important to me to step outside the box here and there. I know romance brings expectations, ones I love fulfilling, but I enjoy throwing in elements that might be outside the norm. I appreciate you saying so.

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  4. I’m a little late to the party here but I say Hades! Hades! Hades! That man deserves to be loved in the way only you can do girl! Puh-leeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeze!

    And I think a Trudeauesque vamp would have to be based on Pierre, not Justin with his “great hair”. lol

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