For over twenty years I’ve been fortunate to do just that—I’m a technical writer by day and a romance writer by night.
But I didn’t have the courage to write a novel until I almost died in 1988. After that, I knew I had to not be afraid of failure. I was published in 1998, and have written consistently in the last few years for small presses.
I may not be a NY Times Bestseller, but I’ve followed my dream. That’s what counts.
That's so true ~ following your dream is what counts. Do you have a favorite inspirational quote you'd like to share?
"Courage, real courage, is no quick fix. It doesn't come in a bottle or a pill, it comes from discipline. From taking everything life hands you and being your best either because of it or in spite of it."
7 Time All-Around World Champion Cowboy
Kelly Baron’s parenting job is done. Her daughter married, she can start her new life in North Carolina, single and responsible only for herself—but first, she must visit her mother back home in Indiana.
Rob Scott, newly divorced, has returned to his small town roots. Last thing he’s looking for is a relationship—until he runs into Kelly, and a secret she’s been keeping from him for twenty-one years.
Sounds intriguing. This book is a sweet romance published by Turquoise Morning Press. Can you tell us where to find your book online and what's your website address...
Purchases link: http://www.turquoisemorningpress.com/2009/12/father-at-last.html
Jan, it was so nice for you to stop by today. I'm looking forward to posting your interview here on August 1, 2011.