I'm a mother of four, veteran that is married to a soldier. I have been writing all my life, though this series is my first. I am also a full time college student in the process of finishing two BAs. I love to write and create new stories and my husband helps me frequently giving me ideas on if I should change things because it doesn't make sense or if it's too complicated. My children are always running up to me to give me their ideas for things for my books even though these are still out of their depth since they are all under ten. I love comments, both constructive criticism and compliments as well as ideas so I know what my readers what to read. I'm very open to new ideas and any kind of messages so feel free to contact me whenever you want with whatever comments or questions.
I look forward to hearing from you and I hope you enjoy my books.
What motivated you to become an indie author?
I've always wrote since I was little. I won multiple Author's Choice Awards for poems while in high school as well. When I was injured in the military I couldn't do anything to help my husband with income so after a while my husband told me I should write down the stories I kept telling him that I wanted to write about. When I finally sat down and started writing I had wrote my first book and edited it within two months. After I started looking for a publisher and an agent. I started on the sequel a few months ago and have it almost finished now with what I have already edited. After my last experience I decided I didn't want someone telling me how long I have to stay with them or that they couldn't do the cover art the way I wanted or even that the way I had written something is wrong and it needed to be changed. When deciding all of that I decided to self publish and never looked back.
What is the greatest joy of writing for you?
I love writing and it calms me down. Whenever I feel anxious or irritated I sit down and start writing and it has an instant calming effect. Sometimes I feel like my brain is going to explode from all the different things I want to write about trying to claw their way out, but when I finally get the things out I want to say things get very quiet for me and I feel an instant sense of pride and accomplishment.
Time after time Rain's past keeps rearing up stronger than before, each time becoming a worse threat than the ones she already defused. This time Rain can't outrun her past and endures the greatest loss imaginable; the loss of a child. Ghosts from the past, loss of loved ones, lives at stake and deceit in her wolf pack make Rain question her ability to keep anyone safe, let alone her family.
When push comes to shove there's no one better at doing what needs to be done than Rain. She is the best in the world and she knows it. The problem is she hasn't been working in five years leaving her slower than she used to be. Will her intuition be as deadly as it used to be? And can she get back into the swing of things in time to stop these people from trying to kill her and her children?