Q: Where does the inspiration for your books come from?
A: I'm a thinker (some people call it day dreaming, but I prefer thinker). My inspiration might come from the weirdest thought that suddenly gets transformed into a romantic story. A news report of a dog being injured brings to mind a hero or heroine who may be a vet. Then my romantic mind can't seem to help itself, but create a love story.
Q: How often do you write?
A: I like to write at least 4 hours each week day. I try to keep the weekends for my family but sometimes a story is just too persistent. I find I can't help but write it.
Q: What is the most difficult aspect of writing?
A: Using any form of technology. Plus commas.
Q: What do you do if you have a mental block?
A: I think best in the shower but due to our water restrictions, I have had to find another thought inspiring place. I now go to the gym and take a nice slow saunter on the treadmill. You don't have to concentrate on anything but putting one foot in front of the other. It allows my mind to wonder.
Q: What books do you like to read?
A: I love romance books that have a happy ever after ending, first and foremost, but I also like a good mystery.
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