I have never in my life even imagined that I would write a romance novel, although ideas for such stories have been hovering in my head for a while.
"The Rainbow Trilogy" is a compilation of three short stories, each one preceding the other. So, "Blind" was the first story, "United" was the second, and "Resolution" was the third. Thi trilogy, which has now, after a year of writing it, has become the first segment of "The Lonely Love Story" series and had been based on the first guy I ever fell in love with. I was, as expected, young and full of bliss and I never really get my heart broken over anybody of the opposite gender. Since this is a collection of short stories, you shan't find too many details about the characters and their past, but despite that, I hope I have done justice to them. Nonetheless, I had a fairly good time writing this story in just a matter of months.
Love is like a rainbow… it comes in different colours. Sometimes, it can be white and cheerful; but, at times, it may not be truly so… at least in the beginning. And sometimes, it may start off as white, but change to much darker and uncomfortable hues – but only momentarily – before it changes back to white once again. This is the basis of the title, "The Rainbow Trilogy".
This particular story of Annalise and Gale is going to be film-perfect - just the way suckers of romance movies (like me) hope for. It's a story that takes place in the world where everything and everybody is perfect and nothing hardly ever goes wrong. It's the story that all lovesick girls wish could happen to them. Yes, I was like that, too, once upon a time. But, do remember that real life never plays out like a movie; it might, if you're lucky. But, it most often doesn't and I advise you not to expect it to. This story just goes to prove this point.
As a struggling writer, I do not claim that this is a very good story. Therefore, I have no right to say that the issues addressed in this book are bound to happen. It is just my imagination as to how things might have been, had I ever had the chance to tell my first love my feelings for him. I let my imagination run a little, with what knowledge I have gleaned from reading books and observing real life circumstances. All said and done, I put my heart and soul into the characters and the plot and shall definitely miss them.