So, what is the first thing you think of when you see the word, twins? Females? Males? Breasts? (C'mon, admit it... some of us do consider the girls on our chest twins...but I digress.)
Twins. My dad is a twin and his mom was a twin. I have lots of cousins who are twins. (Thankfully, I did not give birth to twins as I don't think it's in my genetic makeup to handle the double trouble.)
I'll admit to utilizing twins in my book, Dangerous Race. I guess the twin factor in my own house had me thinking that the scenario wasn't so far-fetched. Twins were a commonality in my family so writing about them seemed natural.
So, how about you? Any twin action in your family? Or twin action that happened outside your family? (Nothing like a little twin fantasy every now and then!) Have you ever thought of what having twins on the cover of your book might do for sales?
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