March 20th Program
A Loved One Has Killed an Individual: An Unforgettable And Far-Reaching Emotional Journey.
Anna Hague spends part of her days in the writing cave creating her own spin on love stories. The other part of her days, she is a free-lance sports reporter crafting stories about a variety of athletic events including high school, college, and professional level sports.
She’s had the fiction bug her whole life, but in 2015 decided, “It’s now or never.” In November of 2016, her contemporary novel Captured Hearts debuted.
Anna reads all sorts of love stories, and she writes the same way. She recently published an erotic romance series with Wild Rose Press and has published the contemporary romance Heart Series and opened up the paranormal Storm Canyon Series with the first book Thunderstruck.
Her motto: Creating different paths to love because different is the only way I know.
She is a member of the RWA and the Indiana RWA. Anna lives in Central Indiana with her husband, three parrots, and two dogs.
We see it constantly in movies, television, and the news. We see bad news so often, the involuntary death of someone has become as impactful as a laundry soap commercial. We hear from the victims’ families and think “how sad.”
But what about the families of the accused? What are their thoughts and emotions? Even though they weren’t involved, they are bonded, connected and love the one who did commit the crime.
Is this part of your plotline? What emotions are these characters experiencing?
As an author, Anna Hague experienced such a horrific scenario that had some eerie similarities to a book she was writing. As shocking as the real story was, the experience gave the characters a whole different level of emotion.l
Due to the current pandemic situation, we have moved our monthly meetings online using Zoom. An invitation will be announced to our members in good standing each month via the RWA forum. The meetings will open at 9:30 a.m. for technical assistance and the program itself will begin at 10:00 a.m.