She is awesome and also Christian so you don't have to worry that it is directing your heart towards loving a rake. I have read all her books excepting the most recent "Her Daughter's Dream"
He helps me understand romance from a guy's point of view, most times they only do it just to please women.
2. How did you start writing in your genre?
I have been writing since i was eleven.
3. You've landed a meeting with your dream agent. Write a one paragraph pitch to sell your novel to him/her.
She walks with a perfect gait, she is a black haired young woman with dreams and determination to achieve her dreams. Like all good things, it hasn't come easy but she is not going to give up on her dreams, she walks to her office building with enthusiasm and confidence.
4. Sabotage or accident- which would put your female lead through and why?
Sabotage, it happens ever so often and almost everyone has gone through one betrayal or another from close friends.
5. Plotter or Pantser? Who are you?
I don't know who a pantser is. I think i am a plotter, i get a story and i start writing and as i write, the story starts changing and getting more interesting with the twists and turns. I plot a story but i give the novel the freedom to go where it wants.
This Blogfest is a carryover from the Platform Building Campaign and was organised by JL Campbell of the Character Depot