I am looking for writers willing to write female characters between the ages of the early 20s through late 30s opposite a male character in his 40s. My opposite number must have a mature attitude and a certain amount of self-confidence. I am not looking for someone to break and I am not looking for a slave.
My characters are the strong and forceful type, holding positions in society and their careers of power and responsibility. They are not looking for love and resist it when it comes their way. The women who interest them are self-reliant, educated and successful in their studies, careers or business life.
Because real life is pretty full for me right now I can only promise one post a week if writing on the forums. However, I would be willing to write in emails if you like and could post 2 or 3 times per week depending on the length of the posts involved.
A few ideas I have included:
A noble forced to marry for money to preserve his family's estates who meets a young woman considered to be a spinster because she is twenty-two or twenty-three and still unmarried.
The Lavender Ghost ~ A wealthy gentleman who takes possession of a large estate reputed to be haunted by the ghost of a woman who was murdered there and who seeks vengeance on couples who are in love and take up residence in the house. You can write the ghost as well as the female character if you wish. I will write the part of the ghost otherwise.
The protagonist will any sort of business man, college professor, scientist, doctor, military officer that you might wish in a setting of your preference.
Here again the protagonist will fit the needs of my partner as long as the character traits are of my design. I do have a desire to write a character who is an author of murder mysteries and becomes caught up in a web of intrigue based on a villain imitating the plots of his books. Here your character might be in law enforcement, a private detective or someone from his publisher's office.
Please respond by PM if you wish but an email will get a quicker response. Thank you.