So, I had this vision of an introvert leaning against a wall at a party and a confident, famous woman noticing her. That was it. That was how the idea for The Show Must Go On came into my mind.
Shortly after I wrote the idea on my board and continued writing something else, what usually happens happened, and I got another idea to write about a TV show and a showrunner (executive producer). Then, I thought about an actress and looked up at the dry-erase board, realizing I could tie all this together and write a book involving that earlier concept.
Deciding I wanted to add an element of comedy in there, I thought that my showrunner should hate public speaking, and that she should be a little on the nerdy side when it comes to a certain lesbian actress.
Suddenly, the idea of them meeting at that party and instantly connecting was what I wanted to write. Basing most of the story in Toronto was pretty much a no-question for me since a lot of TV shows film there and I'd recently been and loved the city.
It was a lot of fun to get to explore their relationship while they were working together and trying to "behave" before they finally just had to go all-in. I hope you liked it, too.
The Show Must Go On
Genre: Lesbian Romance
Release Date: November 30th, 2021
Formats: Kindle, Audible, Paperback
Print Length: 282 pages
Listening Length: 7 hours and 37 minutes