And the rest is history. I lived happily ever after getting so many contracts I couldn't write fast enough. Well, um, that's not exactly how it went down. Shortly after my book came out, the line closed. It would be another two years before I sold again. It's the nature of the beast.
During the tough times I go back to nursing. It's always good to have a license to fall back on. Someone once asked why I didn't just quit. I can't. I've tried. There's just something about putting words on paper, creating stories, that somehow feels right.
I'm currently getting the rights back to my older books and putting them out independently. I'm also working on a 6 book series that will be out later this year. This is an exciting time for me filled with new adventures. We put the house on the market, bought a fifth wheel (RV) and hubby and I are going to roam the U.S. until we get tired of the gypsy lifestyle. I'll write and Karl will publish my books. I should be able to come up with lots of story ideas since we have a tendency to get lost at the grocery store.
If you could choose your adventure, what would it be?