I’m not sure what made me sit down and write the first lines for Black Creek Burning. I certainly had no intention of writing any kind of novel. Two lines turned into two pages. Two pages turned into two hundred. I was so wrapped up in the high of research, revising and editing, I was truly dumbfounded when I sat back months later with a completed book. Instead of feeling closure, I found my head buzzing with ideas and outlines for book two and three with a paranormal trilogy developing on the edges of my mind. I will always say that I didn’t find writing, it found me, and now I am home.
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