I was referred by my co-author friend, Angela Pepper.
You’ve worked with several Red Adept editors. What did you enjoy most about the process?
I’ve worked with Lynn, Jill, Irene, and Stefanie, and the editors and proofreaders at Red Adept are very professional and thorough. They do their jobs well and in a timely manner and have a great standard of quality. Plus, they seem to get my style of humor, which is always a plus.
What drew you to writing? Was there a particular book or author that inspired you?
After seeing the movie Goodwill Hunting, I was inspired to become a screenwriter. When Hollywood was done shrugging their shoulders at my work for ten years, I turned to fiction writing and haven’t looked back since.
Are your books standalones, or do they need to be read in order?
The books are part of a series, but they can be read in any order.
If you were going to try out writing in another genre, what would it be?
I would love to one day write some riotously funny broad humor stories.
What time of day do you like to write? Are you a night owl or a morning person?
I am a morning person. I usually start writing between nine and nine-thirty, stop for lunch at noon, then pick up again before finishing for the day around three o’clock.
You have some very stylish covers. Who does your cover work?
Thank you very much. The cover images are all stock photos that my husband and I play around with in photoshop.
What do you do when you’re not writing?
I love taking nature photographs, traveling, relaxing with my husband, and playing with my two cats.
What advice would you give to a new author?
Quantity is really important in today’s publishing landscape. Even if they are shorter works like novellas, try to release a number of books in quick succession.