Have you ever had writer’s block? If so, what do you do about it?
Yes. I normally start another book, go back to my plot notes, or read a few chapters of another book to help reboot my brain.
Can you share a little of your current work with us?
Three little words.
If anyone asked what I was most afraid of, what terrified me, stole my breath, and made my life flicker before my eyes, I would say three little words.
How could my perfect life plummet so far into hell?
How could my love for Brax twist so far into unfixable?
The black musty hood over my head suffocated my thoughts, and I sat with hands bound behind my back. Twine rubbed my wrists with hungry stringed teeth, ready to bleed me dry in this new existence.
The cargo door of the airplane opened and footsteps thudded toward us. My senses were dulled, muted by the black hood; my mind ran amok with terror-filled images. Would I be raped? Mutilated? Would I ever see Brax again?
Male voices argued, and someone wrenched my arm upright. I flinched, crying out, earning a fist to my belly.
Tears streamed down my face. The first tears I shed, but definitely not the last.
This was my new future. Fate threw me to the bastards of Hades.
My stomach twisted, threatening to evict empty contents. Oh, God.
Three little words:
I was sold.
How did you come up with the title?
It sort of named itself to be honest. It fits the book perfectly.
Can you tell us about your main character?
Tess is strong and fiery. She doesn’t really know herself and her journey of self discovery is a big plot point in the story.
How did you develop your plot and characters?
They develop for me as I get to know them more indepth as I write. The first draft is always lacking a lot of little quirks and mannerisms. I add those later once I know the characters intimately.
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