Q: Why do you write?
A: Writing is my dream job, and I can’t remember a time when I didn’t want to be a writer. Even when life gets crazy, I still have a story running in my head. I’ve always had a very active imagination and writing gives me an outlet.
Q: What do you do when you’re not writing?
A: Life is always busy for me. I work full-time plus I have a very busy family. Between everything, my life is never dull.
Q: What do you hope readers get from your stories?
A: My life is crazy, as I’ve already said. Reading gives me an escape, always has. When times were tough, reading gave me the happiness and escape I desperately needed. I hope to bring the same escape and happiness my favorite writers brought me.
Q: How often do you write?
A: I try and write a little something every day. Sometimes it’s just story ideas scribbled on the back of a receipt, but it’s always there going on in the back of my head.
Q: Where do you get your ideas?
A: Everywhere. Sometimes the littlest thing will trigger an entire story line. For example, if I see nice motorcycle, I imagine what the rider might look like. Does he have dark or light hair? Is he big or small. Or is it a woman? Why is she riding?
Q: You often write about women riding motorcycles. Do you ride?
A: Yes! I love the feeling I get when riding. It’s so freeing. I grew up around motorcycles, and all the men in my family have always ridden. I’m the first female though, and I love that!
Q: Besides writing, what do you do to relax?
A: I love yoga. It’s great for the mind and body. When I’ve had a really tough day, stepping onto the mat makes all the difference in the world.
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