Introducing “That Plot Bunny”

Introducing _That Plot Bunny_

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34 thoughts on “Introducing “That Plot Bunny”

  1. Haha, no, I’ll probably like them. I do like historical romance, and that’s what Sarah Sundin writes, right?

    Ooh, yay! 😀

  2. Cool! I mean, I sound like I’m pressuring you to read them, though, but I’m not? Like, they might not be your thing …

    Yes, of course! Hopefully I’ll be working on it soon, though. 🙂

  3. I have heard about Sarah Sundin and Jesseca Wheaton from you…I need to get around to actually reading the books!

    *is already so excited* I mean, you’re not even currently working on it. But I can still be excited, right? 😉

  4. Thank you! I’ve never heard of that book … I’ll go check it out. 🙂

    Haha, that’s funny! Well, at least I know the name’s historically accurate … 😉

    Maybe! If I actually finish it. 😉 I’m still brainstorming at the minute. 🙂

  5. Haha, yep, same! It’s fun and it needs done and most of the other representation of said little known issues is from a non-Christian perspective, so yep!

  6. I’ll think about it! I probably won’t go with “Celilo” just because the book isn’t specifically about the falls, but maybe Water Upon the Walks. 🙂

    I’m so glad! I hope you enjoy the rest of it, too! 😀

  7. wow wow wow. Is that great or what? I love WIPs!
    So it sort of reminds me of “The Resurrection of Gaven Stone” in regards to the characters, but that’s pretty general.
    Of course the letters are “from Patty” (I know a 61 year old lady who’s name is Patsy, so *cough cough* a little bit of a struggle.
    I think it’s super cool and super awesome and I want to be a beta reader at least when it’s done. *waves hand* Please?
    Awesome job Kellyn.

  8. Oh, heh heh… I guess I was a little repetitive. 😛 I also would like to take some little-known issues in American history to educate readers, especially from a Christian perspective. I guess I have to learn about those little-known issues first, though. 😛

  9. You could just call the title “Celilo” if that’s what water on the rocks means. Or you could call it Water UPON the Rocks instead of ON the Rocks since it’s still short and closer to the actual saying and it won’t sound like you’re ordering a drink if you want. 😛
    Oh I just started reading A Dressmaker’s Secret, and I’m really liking it so far! 🙂

  10. Thank you! 😀 (Sarah Sundin. Jesseca Wheaton. 😉 ) OMW! I didn’t even think of that! You’re right, it is terrible ironic!

    Yes, letters are going to be amazing! I’m really looking forward to that aspect of the story. 😀

  11. Well, I don’t know when that will be, but I’m looking forward to it, too! 😀 Hopefully someday in the near distant faraway kinda-close future. 😉

  12. Whoa, lots of loves! *is very flattered* I wanted to dig into a couple different things about our history that don’t get a lot of talking about – most especially from a Christian perspective, if you will. 😀

  13. YAY THIS MAKES ME SO EXCITED! 😀 It sounds awesome! I don’t read many WWII romances (want to recommend some for me?), but I’m excited for this one! And Zion sounds like a cool character…and I like the irony of his name, given how rebellious he is.

    And letters! Letters are so fun. 😀 So yes, I am definitely excited!

  14. This does sound great! I love books set in WWII, but a twist is great. I love the American Indian idea, because that’s not always mentioned. 😉 And I love the historical aspect of the title! 😀


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