I guess it's my turn today! Here's a little more about Sheriff Bride Rob's Story:
How did you know you wanted to become
Since I was little, I've loved
writing. I wrote short stories mostly, but had the wonderful
opportunity to begin my writing career in 2008.
Please tell us a little about this
Rob's story is pretty much about Rob.
She's now the only sheriff, since all of her sisters are married.
Her brothers-in-law, and town banker, informs her she needs a
deputy. She reluctantly agrees, only to find out the person they
hired isn't who she thought it would be.
Are you anything like the main
Nothing at all like Rob! She's the
youngest, I'm the middle. She's a great shooter, and I don't know
how to shoot a gun. We don't even look alike.
Are you currently working on writing
something else? If so, can you tell us about it?
Indeed I am! I'm working on getting my
newest novel, Letters of Love, published, followed by the third book
in my Hope series, Hope from the Past. I'm in the process of writing
Sunshine in Spring. Since writing Christmas Rayne, I've had a few
people ask me to follow up with Camden's story. I guess he was quite
What was the most difficult thing
about writing this novella?
I'm not a western writer. It was a
struggle for me to get into that part, but I really enjoyed it!
What is your favorite season of the
Winter. When Jack Frost nips at my
nose, I'm in heaven! Snow calms my soul.
If you could go anywhere, where would
it be and why?
Probably to England. I'll be writing a
novel in the next few months about a woman who travels to England
and finds the love of her life.
What is something quirky your readers
would like to know about you that they don't already?
I can flare my nostrils even after
going to the dentist and being numb, plus I had two thumbs on one
Who is your biggest support and why?
My husband, Chris. He made sure I took
the steps to making this dream of writing come true. Also, my
sister, Steffanne and her hubby, Russell. They told me it was time
Where can fans find you on the web?
Here on this blog. Also on facebook
and twitter. Not to mention Goodreads and Novelcrossing.