I was asked by author Kevin Swarbrick to carry on the torch for his blog hop. You can find Kevin on his blog https://www.facebook.com/k.m.swarbrick/posts/10204527521134315
1) What am I working on?
I’m editing the fourth book in my Warren Family Series, Love’s Great Plan. In book four, I give Charity and David Warren’s son, Coty, his chance to find love. If you’ve read book three, What the Heart Knows, then you’ve already met Amanda Benson.
You may or may not be shocked by my choice. Amanda doesn’t come from the all American family. Both her father and brother are rapists and her mother is an evil bitch. You’re wondering how I could pair sweet Coty with such a woman. It was easy. In spite of Amanda’s family, she has the heart of a saint and loves Coty with all of her being. Theirs is a love story that had to be told.
2) How does my work differ from others of its genre?
I like writing romances with characters that are fallible and real. They could be your next door neighbor or friend.
3) Why do I write what I do?
Since I write such a wide range of genres, it gives me the freedom to stretch my imagination. If I’m not in the mood to write about people falling in love, then I can try my best to scare a few people. I like thinking about what is frightening to others. It’s very empowering to make a reader cry, laugh, tremble, or consider something new.
4) How does your writing process work?
I’m not certain I have a writing process. I work full time so I write whenever I have a free moment. My writing is wedged in between life happening and working at the university. Promoting my finished books takes up a huge block of my free time, but the truth is, even if I was free to write all day, I’m not certain I would. Writing is the thing that gives me pleasure and is the only thing that truly only belongs to me, so I never want to make it into a job. A job is something a person dreads doing, but does it anyway because they have to. I love to write, and when I have a great story I can’t be pulled away from the keyboard. It’s a great pleasure to write the words “The End”. When that’s done, I go in search of a few readers who will hopefully love my story as much as I do.