Writing is such an adventure. I can stand on the deck of a pirate ship, watch William the Conqueror march into England, or worry with a heroine afraid of losing her child. I’ve done them all–in my head.
It’s a writer’s job to get those adventures from her head into a story she can share. When my heroes leap from my imagination onto the page they are kind, generous, and with a few faults that are begging for just the right heroine to come along and complement with her strengths.
That’s just one of the fun parts of being a writer. There is the joy of holding my finished book in hand, the fun of meeting readers at book signings and conferences, and the pride of putting “writer” on forms that ask for my profession. The best part of the whole thing, besides the actual writing, is knowing there are people out there enjoying the characters, the stories, and the worlds I have created.
I invite you all to delve into my books, and live the adventures of my heroes and heroines right along with them. And I promise to keep writing the adventures.