Q: What is your writing day like?
A: I think about my characters all week long and I mostly write on weekends and evenings. I jot down notes every day. When I sit down in front of the computer, I let the story flow. It is really like a movie to me unfolding before my eyes. It’s better than a movie because I’m in control of what’s happening.
Q: Are your heroines anything like you in real life?
A: In a way, I try to make my heroines career-women. Independent for the most part, but of course they need that strong alpha male to make them complete and completely happy. My heroines have better luck in love. But that’s the fantasy. Right?
Q. Do you have any advice for aspiring writers?
A: Begin somewhere. Just dreaming about writing won’t work. Write and don’t give up. If you are rejected, don’t let that stop you. Reach out to other writers to discuss things with. Sharing the trials and tribulations and the great successes is helpful to the spirit and will encourage you.
Q. What is the most exciting thing about having a book published?
A: I love seeing my dream shared with others. Seeing my name on a published book is absolutely thrilling. Being among other authors I admire, is amazing. But the best thing is to see the book covers that are created for my books. It makes it all the more real to me.
Q. What about writer’s block?
A: I really don’t have writer’s block. My problem is thinking about too many things at one time. I am working on several books right now, and I’m dreaming up others. My mind is always clicking with ideas and characters. I have to focus, that can be my challenge.
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