A Legend in Your Own Lunchtime

Digital books should apply meaningful personalisation. Who wouldn’t want to be the hero or heroine of the very novel they are reading!

I think that romance novels like the ones published by Mills & Boon (Harlequin Romance in the US) would be particularly appropriate.

All that would be required is a quick find and replace so that the main character then becomes the reader – voilà!

Which famous novel would you (yes, you) like to be the star of? I’d love to know.

12 thoughts on “A Legend in Your Own Lunchtime

  1. Not a Harlequin Romance or whatever they call them in England. Those things bore me to tears or make me gag… take your pick. Maybe one of the Dragons Riders of Pern books. I would love having a dragon to ride around on and zip through time and space with her as well. Definitely more fun than a mushy romance!

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  2. They are talkative as are the Dragons. I started reading those stories many many years ago. They were written by Anne McCaffrey who was one of my favorite authors. One of her sons took over and wrote a few Pern books as well. If you look up “Dragonriders of Pern” you can find the books and other info on this series and the two authors as well.


    • I know of the books but haven’t read any of them. I think I was put off by the fact that there are so many in the series. The only one I have by Anne McCaffrey is Nimisha’s Ship and there are no dragons in that one (as far as I can tell).


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