Q: What do you like to read?
A: I love historical romances. I can’t resist a highland warrior or a book cover with a man in a kilt.
Q: What do you hope to gain from being a publisher author?
A: Obviously for others to read my work, but more importantly the chance to bring a reader into another time and place, if only for a short while.
Q: Has it always been your dream to become a writer?
A: No, I wasn’t born with a pen and paper in hand. I had always dreamed of becoming a nurse and went straight from high school to college and fulfilled that dream. But after fifteen years of nursing, I found myself searching for something more. One day I decided to write the story buzzing in my head. Since that day, I’ve not been able to stop.
Q: What is your typical day like?
A: There is no typical day with a husband and family. Usually I’m up at the crack of dawn, and most mornings our house is a whirlwind of pop tarts and shoelaces. After eight hours at my day job, I’m back home shuttling kids to ball practice and boy scouts. Finally my day ends with a couple of hours of writing or editing after everyone else is asleep.
Q: Where do you get your ideas for a story?
A: There is no particular place. Anything can spark my imagination from a headline to a conversation with a co-worker, or even listening to a CD in my car. Usually a hero and heroine come to me with a question, and I try to build their story around them solving it.
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