I've been told "remember us when you're famous" by several people I know, especially after they heard I've written three books. But that is not my intentions.
My intentions is to have something out there for people to enjoy, to talk about, to wonder where in the heck the idea for that book came from. Not for fame and fortune.
After is a creation from love, love for my son. It became something fun and exciting when he moved away from writing to other things. Stolen is a continuation of that fun and Vengeance will close out that trilogy. But, fear not, other books are in outlined form for those characters. Drayco, Shyanne, and Drizzle are too near and dear to my heart to let them end so suddenly.
Innocence Taken was a step out of the norm for me. I seldom swear, much less use the type of language used in that book. But it too was fun to write. It was a challenge. A challenge that forced me to step out of my comfort zone. And I feel I met that challenge. More books with Nature and Web are planned, and who knows, they may be just as graphic. Just make sure to keep all the lights on when you read them.
I have other ideas ready when the time arises for me to get to them. And as long as there are people who want to read my books, I will continue to write them. Even if people forget who I am, I will still write. For it is not my intention to be famous and without privacy. It is my intention to fulfill a dream, which I am doing...one book at a time.
Hugs to all my readers,
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Nature Kranderson, a psychic, is asked to help find a serial killer who is preying on young women. Will she and Sheriff Web Westerly find him before another young person falls victim?
This book contains graphic sexual content, adult language and violence. Intended for a mature audience only.
Five years have passed since the defeat of the Boss, and life has become almost peaceful. Almost. A menace has returned and he has shattered that peace by taking something very special.
Twins—Shyanne and Drayco—survive
after watching their world changed
forever by a virus. For one, it is
manageable. For the other, it is a living
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