Q: If you had to choose ten words to describe yourself, what would they be?
A: Stubborn – Imaginative – Perfectionist – Artistic – Optimistic – Proud Mom – Considerate – Klutzy – Chocolate & Coffee Addict – Creative.
Q: Did you always want to be a writer?
A: Yes and no. At a very young age I wanted to be a writer, but I also wanted to be an archeologist, a doctor, and an architect. Only after many years searching did I finally get the calling that it was what I wanted to be.
Q: What does your average workday entail?
A: I’ve got to have two cups of strong coffee before my brain starts working in the morning, then I do some housework. I start writing around mid-morning until early afternoon. I take a break, then do a little editing. By 5:00 p.m., I’m done for the day being a writer and put on my mom’s hat, spending quality time with the kids and my hubby.
Q: Who or what is your inspiration in life and in writing?
A: In life: I’d have to say my grandmother, parents, my amazing husband and kids.
In writing: My amazing husband and kids. And writers like Lisa Jackson, Mary Higgins Clark, and Anne Rice to name a few.
Q: Do you have any interesting quirks or phobias you’d like to share with readers?
A: I’m fidgety. I always have to be doing something; otherwise I go stir crazy. As for phobias, I have a fear of heights, huge masses of water, and insects.
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