Today. I welcome to the blog, author Ruth Madison. I found her books to be really intriguing as her most of her books contain characters who have some disability, and yet try to live a normal life. I know this is something that is not commonly done, and for me, it is the first time I have come across such books, except for Emlyn Chand’s Farsighted series.
I was really interested in knowing what made her write about this subject, and I had to talk to her about it. Let’s take a look at how that went!
Interview with Ruth Madison, author of (W)hole
Describe your books? What genre would you classify it into?
I write love stories because there’s nothing more beautiful to me in life than love. I always enjoy seeing people loving and supporting one another. The twist with my romances are that the heroes in my stories are always dealing with a physical disability of some kind.
How do you come up with the idea for the books?
It depends, but usually a story is sparked by me wanting to respond to something. I might overhear someone saying that a young man who has become paralyzed will never get married and that makes me want to write a book showing that a paralyzed young man can indeed get married and have the family life that he wanted.