When did you start writing?
I'm one of those "late bloomers." Although I wrote some stories during my teenage years, I didn't seriously start working towards publishing and sharing my work until mid-life. It was so much fun, I kept doing it. I could lose myself for hours in my own stories.
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What sort of books have you published?
I started out writing and publishing historical romance, since I loved reading that. Then this story with angels in it grabbed me, right in the middle of another historical romance. I just had to write it. An editor saw it and said it was perfect for a new line she had in mind, and bought it. It was the lead title for Dorchester's Angel's Touch line. So I sort of veered into writing paranormal romances. After ten books with New York publishers, I grew jaded with the publishing industry and quit writing. So I thought. But my Aunt Belle had gotten me interested in ghost hunting, and I was keeping diaries of all our fun times. A mystery started flopping around in my muse, and Dead Man Talking was born.