The Big Easy Blog Tour Questions:
1. What are you working on?
I have probably 4 stories in some state or another. I don't, won't, can't--work on only one thing at a time.
2. How does my work differ from others in the same genre?
I don't know that I'm much different. Maybe my sense of humor? I find smart-ass and sarcastic retorts funny and they tend to come out in my dialogue.
3. Why do I write what I do?
I write what I do, because that's what I see in my imagination. :)
4. How does my writing process work?
There's a process?! *runs in a circle, flailing my arms* This is not good! This is NOT GOOD! LOL! I'm a pantser. The most planning I've ever done was on Gunning for Marie, my newest release. And that was only names and the barest notes. I think I looked at it once or twice after I started writing. I like sitting in the backseat of a vehicle parked in the garage to write. I get so much more done without the distraction of kids and television.
A strong, young woman, Marie Rice, falls for Gunnar Lincoln. Their attraction is forbidden, Marie meant for someone else. Disturbing events on the island lead to Gunnar and Marie looking for a way to escape and save everyone else. While they bide their time, attraction turns to something stronger. Will they escape? Will they save the others?