Heather Sheldon has loved books from as far back as she remembers. An avid diary keeper and letter writer, her desire to pursue story telling on a broader scale didn’t emerge until forty. Now she writes and edits most every day while enjoying the expansive blue skies of California. Recently relocated from the Midwest, she does miss the change of seasons, but not the snow. Her three daughters, husband and a handful of pets keep her busy when not at the keyboard or out to a movie.
What is your writing process?
I'm a pantser. I don't plan things out. I let my muse send me in the direction my stories need to go.
How do you approach cover design?
I approve my covers, but I am not a cover artist. I leave that to the professionals.
Bethany Miller needs to overcome her low self-esteem and mute the looped recording of her mother’s insults playing in the background of her soul. When out dancing with her best friend, she meets a handsome new man. But he has a secret.