I am in the process of trying to decide whether I should write this new book, dated back in the 17th century. I am very interested in English history, particularly during the Tudor era.
Well anyways, I might like some input on whether or not I should write the story. It's going to be called "Queen Beth", about a woman named Beth who falls into an arranged marriage to a count, by her parents. She's the youngest of four children, and has three older, protective and wonderful brothers. But when she marries this George guy, she ends up hating him and they argue a lot. But the more time they spend together, the more their feelings grow for one another. They end up having a daughter, but by this time Beth is beginning to be sort of obsessed with this idea to become England's King George III's queen, despite him already having one. The determination Beth has to make her family, both the one she's married with and the one she was raised with, more powerfully happier and wealthier. But her decision just might cost her everything she's ever known.
There is going to be a bit of violence in the book, but the main focus will be of Beth and her husband George following God's will and becoming close with one another.
So do you think I should do this one? I'm still not sure yet myself, but I hope and pray it is God's will that He wants me to do it....
In the mean time, I'm saving all my other books in my email for future refrence. Only God knows when I'll actually have a good printer to print everything.
As always, precious blessings!