A. Jameson


A. Jameson is an attorney and mother of two who lives in the Twin Cities. She discovered her passion for writing long ago when she often chose to write short stories for school projects. Often times in her youth, friends would ask her for a story as a gift for their birthdays as opposed to a material gift. Her love of reading and writing contributed significantly to her career choice as an attorney. Unfortunately, her time and attention was overwhelmed by school and work for many years, though her passion for writing fiction never waned, it simply a lay dormant. Recently she rediscovered her passion again and decided to try her hand at it with her first published story A Fire So Deep. She has a few other stories in the works and looks forward to bringing those to her readers soon. In her spare time, she enjoys running, sports of all kinds, reading, traveling, and spending time with her husband and their children.

Smashwords Interview

What is your writing process?
I come up with an idea for a story and who I want my characters to be (strong, independent, introverted, troubled, carefree etc.). I usually have a good idea about how I want them to meet and what my endpoint will be, then I work from each direction to weave it all together. I develop a relatively detailed outline that includes characters, certain situations that I want to happen and plot it in. But I don't restrict myself. If I'm in the flow of writing and decide that a scene I had in mind for chapter 20 would really be great at chapter 14, I'll put it in.
Do you remember the first story you ever read, and the impact it had on you?
The first big "chapter" book I read was Camp Sunnyside or something like it. I hated it. My Mom made me read it over the summer before I started school the next Fall. But I struggled through it. Then I discovered Sweet Valley High and The Baby-Sitters Club, and my love for reading took off. In sum, it made me realize--even to this day--how important pacing, character development and connecting to one's characters can be.
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Where to find A. Jameson online


A Fire So Deep
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 116,810. Language: English. Published: August 12, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Romance » Contemporary
(5.00 from 2 reviews)
Ryker Hayes thought he left Texas long ago. But when his family’s ranch faces ruin, he returns to the only place he has ever called home. Will a big city accountant be able to help him save the ranch? Or will she help him discover something much deeper?

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accountant    businessman    deep    drama    fire    heart    love    ranch    romance    texas