Being a writer is hard. It takes grit, determination, and long hours. Then once you have a story ready, you have to find lovely readers like yourself to flip through those pages and get lost in the story. To be a writer, you need a special kind of motivation. Something that keeps you going late at night when everyone else is out partying. To me, it’s my family. I want to wake up in 10 years with a husband that looks at me with pride. I want my little girls to watch their mommy make stories that make so many people happy. I want to connect with all my readers and get to know different people from different walks of life. That’s why I write.
I started writing about shifters when I was still in college. I used to take long walks by the hiking trails behind campus. There was this BEAUTIFUL stretch of water that divided the forest from campus. Sometimes the men’s gymnastics team would run by shirtless through the trail and make me swoon (let’s be real – it’s the main reason I went hiking). And other times, I was able to see one lone coyote on the other side of the creek drinking water. And that’s what gave me the idea to write about the Wolves of Myre Falls (and not the Coyotes of Myre Creek).
I’m so grateful for the love and support from my fans as I make my journey through this indie publishing maze. My ARC team have been especially helpful, and have stopped me from making huge mistakes.