The answer to this question is no. I can tell you that it is in Texas. I have lived in many houses all over the state but unfortunately the exact location won't be disclosed.
Yes, I have. Ever since I was a little girl I loved stories. I wrote many on my family’s computer and wish I kept them to see my own journey progress from a small age. I also enjoy reading and you can often find me with 4-5 books on the go.
This one for sure is a YES! I have a couple planned and one starting the research process now. My books are inspired by true events, and I would like to keep them that way. Just wait and see my friends. We are just getting started.
Honestly, it was reviews. Putting yourself out there as a first time author is terrifying. However, I have come to learn so much from every single review. Not everyone will love my book and that's ok. I've received such love and great feedback, I am so happy to see where it's going. It's no longer something I fear but something I celebrate.
I first would say my book launch. Now I would have to say my husband and I were at an event out of town. I had the first time ever met a fan of my book that my husband and I had never met before. They were so excited and had so many questions, even got a little selfie out of it. It still puts a smile on my face sharing it. Completely humbling.
This is a good question and varies with each individual author. I personally wait till it flows out of me. Since its inspired by true events, I don't want to force it out. I can go weeks with no writing and some days write well into the morning hours. So much research is also a process of writing and this I always take a deep dive in. My last book took a year from writing to publishing. So, each one is different.