1. What inspires you to write?
Answer: So many things. An article in the newspaper is a sure fire way to get me asking the "what if" question. If a snippet of a dream stays in my brain for days, I'll run with it. If I had to come up with one answer, it would be my imagination. Many nights I don't sleep a wink because my brain never shuts off, which at times can become very annoying.
2. What's your preferred reading genre?
Answer: Romantic Suspense and plain suspense, and I enjoy horror by Stephen King and Dean Koontz.
3. Do you have a favorite novel?
Answer: No. I've got a pile of them, although I'd have to say if I were stranded somewhere and could only have one book, I'd choose the unabridged version of Stephen King's The Stand. I loved it. There's enough romance, danger and excitement in this book to keep me happy.
4. When do you find time to write?
Answer: It's not easy. Even if I can't find the time to put words on paper, I will plan out a chapter or two in my head and jot it down in a notebook, although it's never as good as writing fresh. I've been known not to clean the house on weekends so I can write, until the dust and pet hair gets too thick!
5. What author inspired has provided the most inspiration for your writing?
Answer: Stephen King. Do you notice a common thread here? I absolutely love Stephen's way with words. He drags me into his world and his books stay with me long after I've read The End.
6. If you could go back , what would you change about your life?
Answer: Nothing. I've had my share of hurts and made some extraordinary mistakes, but what I gained from these experiences has made me who I am. I'm lucky to have had a life full of adventure and travel, as well as bringing up two children who make me so darn proud. If I were to die tomorrow, I wouldn't regret one thing.
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