L.D. Raye has been in love with the idea of writing since a small child, never missing an opportunity to jot down an idea no matter if in a dark movie theater with nothing to write on except a napkin. L.D. is currently navigating life with the grace of God, a pen, and the hope to one day relax from all the hard work of the day to day.
When did you first start writing?
I've been writing since I can remember. I didn't start out writing stories, however. I first caught myself writing songs, but I never found the love for that in which I found in writing stories. I'm twenty-seven years old now, and the first book I can remember writing I was in middle school at that time so I was about eleven or twelve years old.
Do you remember the first story you ever wrote?
I was about twelve the first time I actually tried to complete an entire novel. It was a horror story entitled, Killer in the Cabin. I was so excited about it until the movie House on Haunted Hill came out. I was just completely upset because I felt the movie had stolen my basic idea. It's funny now because at the time I didn't know it was a remake. Still, I could never bring myself to finish it because I felt like a copycat.
The Heart sisters were never the type of women who would take a chance on love. Doing that went against everything that was natural to them. It would take the patience and addictive sense of humor of one man to knock through all the layers and extremes of these sisters. If the sisters can open themselves up before sending everyone's happy ending up in smoke will be the true test.