by Andrea Renee Cox
You might have noticed that my guest spot got delayed a week. That's because I was so busy working on an editing deadline that I forgot to send out a reminder to my friend Melissa Tagg. Oops! Thankfully, she was cool with having an extra few days to work on her article. So now, here is the author of new release Like Never Before (see my review here).
What I Learned From Logan
by Melissa Tagg
Sooo… I’ve been a little less than subtle about my relentless love for the main character in my latest release, Like Never Before. The guy’s name is Logan Walker. (This is where I would normally insert like a bazillion heart emojis, but I’m trying to hold back. Lol!)
There are a lot of things I love about this character:
• His listening abilities
• His almost intense love for his family, especially his daughter, and his sincere desire to do right by them
• His honesty about his wobbly faith
• His simple kindness
Logan is not the quippiest or tallest or strongest or showiest hero I’ve ever written. (Although, I would argue that the dude who portrays him on the cover of the book is by far the most, ahem, adorable of all my hero models.) But he is very much the most… something. I can’t even really put into words why I connected with this character so much.
Though I do know the connection I feel with fictional Logan Walker is at least in part due to a life journey we went on together last year...