One of my favorite movie scenes is in Ten Things I Hate About You, a remake of Shakespeare’s Taming of the Shrew, when Kat visits the school counselor who pauses in writing her romance novel to offer droll advice. As a romance-writing future school counselor, reality has begun to mimic fiction.
I believe the world would be a better place if we could all enjoy a happily-ever-after through a romance story. In preparation for that day, I've been busy writing romance stories since I was a teenager. But it took a breast cancer diagnosis to jumpstart my motivation to get published. Now, I'm one year cancer free and still motivated.
While the world continues to spin, as a wife, mother, and school counselor-in-training, I make time to bring to life the characters meandering around in my brain and hope to bring a happily-ever-after to readers for years to come.
on Sep. 05, 2012 :
I wasn't sure what to expect when I started as I only had a vague idea of what this book was about but oh, wow! Just everything about this was amazing. The draghouls sound awesome (I know they're bad but so cool). All the characters, good and bad, are so human and relatable. I will be recommending to this to a few friends who will enjoy it for sure.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)