My first favorite book has to be Weekends Required by Sydney Landon. Her series of Danver's was so captivating that the romance from the beginning just due me in. The second i guess could count as three because it's a series, it's called the Halo Trilogy and just the way that the two fall in love during the obstacles was exactly how romance should be. You should also fight for love and that's what they had to do. Being that the second counts as three books I have to say that my last favorite book is Enjoying The Chase which was writing by Kristy Moseley. Her descriptions of the characters and the love story itself was so appealing yet still had a little edge which I loved.
When did you first start writing?
I was around the age of 9 when I first picked up a pen and paper
What's the story behind your latest book?
Passion is always needed to know get what you love. (That's all I need to say)
What is the greatest joy of writing for you?
Pouring myself into my work gives me a sense of security. As if no matter if it sucked or was very successful I know that I worked hard on it and that's all I want to do.
What are you working on next?
Romance novel with twists
Who are your favorite authors?
Nicholas Sparks Sydney Landon
What inspires you to get out of bed each day?
They're is always something in the world to uncover and you can't do that from laying in bed.
Describe your desk
It's a complete mess, it's covered with paper and pens that are either broken or half empty from all the ink I use.
What is your writing process?
I think of a personal experience and change it to my own different twist. But, other times I can be sitting watching Tv and a idea will pop into my head and I write it down, in the end it basically writes itself.
What do your fans mean to you?
Everything, when I first wrote something and posted it on a online site people went crazy with commenting and reviewing that it gave me inspiration. Ever since than most haven't left my side and are still waiting for me to post another book.
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