Author Interview & Spotlight
What inspired you to start writing?
Writing a book has been a lifelong dream. I’ve always been a storyteller and when I was home with my young kids I decided to try and write one of the stories always floating in my head!
What is one thing you wish you knew before you published your first book?
I wish I had edited the way I do now. I only used a line editor and I wish I had thought through a developmental one as well to polish a few rough areas.
What is your current favorite book? (since I know we all have more than one 🙂 )
So tough!! I think it is still Archer’s Voice by Mia Sheridan.
Do you have any book signings coming up? (if so, when & where?)
Yes! Lovely Ladies and Naughty Books on May 20, 2017 in Pittsburgh and Lucky Sevens Weekend Affair on July 7, 2017 in Baltimore.
What is one of your secret (or not so secret) obsessions?
Until Now (the Not Yet series, book 2)
Until Now is a sports romance with a young single mom and a cocky jock who is in for the shock of his life when he falls for this special little family.
– Synopsis –
Dean Goldsmith is Indiana University’s star quarterback, and his dreams are about to come true. His undefeated season means he has a legitimate shot at the NFL. If he stays focused.
Football comes first.
College senior, Grace Yeates, is determined to defy the odds. She is months away from graduating with a business degree, something no one thought she would be able to pull off. All she has to do is focus on her number one priority. Family comes first.
Dean has no time for distractions, but when a gorgeous, snarky, redheaded waitress refuses to tell him her name, he can’t seem to focus on anything else.
Grace knows she can’t let herself get caught up in a guy, particularly a man-whore like Dean, no matter how charming or sexy. She has two hearts to look out for now and no room for a Dean-sized distraction.
Everyone in Dean’s life agrees that Grace is the kind of complication his career doesn’t need.
Grace knows that Dean is the kind of risk her heart shouldn’t want.
But what if the last person you think you need, the one you shouldn’t want, becomes the one you can’t live without? Can their biggest distraction actually be the focus they were missing all along?