Finding Home is temporarily on sale for 99 cents! I'm excited to share this story with you at this lowered price. And hey, with the release of Growing Love getting closer and closer, who knows what else I might have up my sleeve.
So, if you haven't read Finding Home yet, what are you waiting for?
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Julie Miller has returned to her home in Brookfield, Wyoming after discovering she is pregnant. All she wants is her mother to comfort her after her boyfriend told her to either have an abortion or leave. The only problem is, when she gets to her mother’s house, she doesn’t find her mom—she finds a half-naked man cooking breakfast.
Mark Thomas has moved to Brookfield to escape his past. He needs a fresh start to try and forget the things that haunt him, and Brookfield seems like the perfect place.
As if it isn’t bad enough that Julie doesn’t find her mother, a blizzard buries the town, and she is snowed in with Mark. Leaving them no choice, they begin a friendship while trying to resist the attraction they feel for one another.
Once the snow melts, Julie is free to leave. Will she choose to start a life in Brookfield or run back to New York? Meanwhile, Mark struggles to let go of his past and, if he does, is Julie his future?
I'm stepping out of my comfort zone. I'm working on something new, and have no idea if it will ever see the light of day. But I wanted to try it. I'm a little head of my writing schedule at the moment, and I thought I'd take a moment to step away from the books in series that are next, to do something fun and different. So what it is, you ask? I'm working on a new adult written in first person. Yup, no multiple point of views like I usually like. I love getting into the hero's head. No kids for my characters to have. No past love experiences that have hurt them. Just a young, fresh love, from an innocent eighteen years old's point of view. And if you're wondering what brought this on, well to be honest, I wanted to try something else. I love romance. Love it. And I don't live under a rock. New adult is popular. Does this mean I'm following the "in" crowd so to speak. Yeah, I am. I wanted to see what all the fuss was about. I've been reading the genre, and you know what, I like it! I see why readers do too. I have no idea if I will finish this story, or if I can even write the genre. But sometimes, I just want to step out of my comfort zone and do something new and fresh. For all I know, I might find out I love it.
For those who might be interested, I'll be adding a widget to the side of the blog as the book grows. Guess time will tell how this little idea goes.
I wonder if anyone out there does this? I wouldn't think I'm the only one, but I guess you never know.
When I finish the first draft of a story, there is one thing I don't do until draft two. I make a little note on the document before I close it for at least a week and try to push it from my mind. So, what is the odd thing?
I don't write the books ending until the second draft. Why? Because I like to re-read everything I've written and see if the idea I had for the ending is still the best ending after the whole story has digested.
Yup, so there you have it. I'm an odd cookie, I know.
I've been working up a storm on Growing Love - Brookfield 4. If you've read Not Just Friends, then you should remember Alyssa's sister, Diane. This is her story. And well, I really must be honest, this story has me questioning if it's going to be a romance or not--seriously. It's been driving my bonkers, but finally, my hero and heroine have put their differences aside. It only took almost the whole novella.
The story isn't finished being written yet, but I expect either tonight or by tomorrow that it will be. At least draft 1.
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