Q: What is your writing day like?
A: I write best early in the morning. Later in the day I do editing, email and research.
Q: Why write historical books? Aren't contemporary stories easier with less research?
A: As much as I love it, writing is hard work. You do a certain amount of research for any project. I've always loved regency stories and read many over the years, but I may still write something contemporary in the future.
Q: What are your favorite things?
A: Reading a good book on a rainy afternoon. Movies, especially romantic ones. Foods: Love chocolate ( what writer doesn't ), could live on tuna sandwiches or yellow squash and bread and butter. Love movie popcorn, ice cream and cookies. All time favorite book: Gone With The Wind. Rhett Butler was one of my all time favorite heroes. Recent favorite hero, is Roarke, from the J. D. Robb series.
Q: Most difficult part of writing?
A: Trying to decide where or when to put those annoying commas. Who invented those things anyway?
Q: Next project?
A: Finishing a story about seduction. Lots of fun writing about two characters who can't stop making wagers. Wagering is definitely not what a proper young lady would do, or would she?
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