Thank you to Megan Slayer for tagging me in this blog tour. Here is the link to her post so stop by and see what she is up to.
1. What am I working on now?
a. Camouflage Heart: Book two of my Game Series
b. Forgotten One: Book two of the Surrender Series
c. Declaration of the Heat: Book two Beyond the Stars Series (Maria MoonStar)
d. Caging the Bengal Tiger: Book three in the Masters of the Cats Series
e. Loving Mama Bear: Book Nine in the Running in Fear Series
2. How does my work differ from others of it’s genre?
I love to read and have read many in my field, the one thing I like to include in my stories is the (after story) I want to give my readers a hint of what my hero’s and heroine will be doing after they come together. I also like a longer story, it’s very hard for me to write a short story which I’m in the process of doing now and it’s not going to good. 🙂 I’ve already went past my word count goal and see no ending yet.
3. Why do I write what I do?
I”ve always been a dreamer. Stories dancing in my head, but never thought of really putting them down on paper till my Mother told me i should start writing. It was her belief in me that start me on my journey over ten years ago.
After reading so many wonderful authors in my genre’s the story ideas never stop. I love my genre and have a ball writing it.
4. How does your writing process work?
I am not a plotter at all. Well, I shouldn’t say that I have a few series I have hidden away that I will pull out soon enough. But usually an idea will come to me and I just start writing. Yes, I get stuck this is another reason why I have at least two stories going at the same time. I can take a break and come back to it, unless I’m on a dead line. As you can see above from my list I have at least five stories going two which are three fourths done.
Once a story is done I will make a quick read through looking for missing words, because I have a habit of typing so fast to catch up with my brain I miss words. After this, I send to beta readers, fix edits from them, then send off to editors.